Dalteparin, darbepoetin, dasatinib, dexamethasone + neomycin sulphate + polymyxin B sulfate, epoetin beta, epoetin theta, epoetin zeta, erlotinib, estradiol + cyproterone, etoricoxib, everolimus, follitropin beta, formoterol + beclomethasone, fusidic + betamethasone, fusidic + hydrocortisone , goserelin, hydromorphone hydrochloride, ketorolac, levothyroxine + liothyronine
, Linezolid, nadroparin, paliperidone palmitate, pazopanib, pegfilgrastim, piribedil, progesterone, prothipendyl, Reviparin, risperidone, sildenafil, sumatriptan, tinzaparin, tobramycin, tobramycin + dexamethasone, voriconazole.
On a typical day, Kennedy was taking ascorbic acid (500mg) twice a day; hydrocortisone (10mg); prednisone (2,5mg) twice a day; methyltestosterone (10 mg/d); liothyronine
sodium (25mg) twice daily; i[logical not]udrocortisone (0.
We further defined thyroid disease by considering those people who said they currently had thyroid disease and were taking any thyroid-related medication, including levothy-roxine, liothyronine
, "thyroid desiccated," and "thyroid drugs unspecified" for hypothyroidism and propylthiouracil and methimazole for hyperthyroidism.
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped endocrine gland located at the throat that produces numerous related hormones: thyroxin (also known as T4), liothyronine
(also known as T3), T2, and T1.