methylprednisolone

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meth·yl·pred·nis·o·lone

 (mĕth′əl-prĕd-nĭs′ə-lōn′)
n.
A glucocorticoid used therapeutically primarily as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Translations

methylprednisolone

n metilprednisolona
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The patient was managed with Solu-Medrol (40 mg intravenously every 8 hours) along with continued gentle hydration plus calcitonin (200 units daily).
Antihistamines were added to the IV Solu-Medrol she was receiving as part of her standard medical therapy.
Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone), the most commonly used steroid, is metabolized before it passes the placenta, as is high-dose prednisone, says Dr.
It was treated with Methyl prednisolone sodium succinate 1gram (Solu-medrol (a)) epidurally within 12 hours after the trauma and apart from regular antibiotic coverage (Inj.
CASE FACTS: Tiffany Applewhite, an infant suffered anaphylactic shock during a home infusion of medication called Solu-Medrol. Her mother called 91 I while the nurse who had been giving the home infusion commenced CPR.
The secondary drugs (group N) had 15 names, among them: "Polcortolon", "Solu-Medrol", "Metipred", "Dexametason".
So Amber was started on IV Solu-Medrol and the results were nothing short of miraculous.
All had received immunosuppressant protocols including Solu-Medrol (16), Cytoxan (16), azathioprine (5), and MMF (13) without adequate control of extrarenal symptoms.
"Once she makes sure it's a real attack, I go into the hospital for Solu-medrol (an IV steroid medication, frequently prescribed for MS attacks).
The patient was given intramuscular and subcutaneous epinephrine, oxygen, a bolus of 500 mL saline, 10 mg each of chewable cetirizine and montelukast, and methylprednisolone (Solu-Medrol) 40 mg intramuscularly.
The patient was given intramuscular and subcutaneous epinephrine, oxygen, a bolus of 500 mL saline, 10 mg each of chewable cetirizine and montelukast, and methylprednisolone (Solu-Medrol) 40 mg intramuscularly, She recovered hemodynamically within 15 minutes and was discharged hours later with no further sequelae.