corticoids


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corticoids

[ˈkɔːtɪkɔɪdz] NPL corticosteroids [ˈkɔːtɪkəʊˈstɪərɔɪdz] NPLcorticoides mpl, corticoesteroides mpl
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On the other hand, there appeared to be a reduction in the level of plasma cortisol, urinary corticoids, and urinary nitrogen.
A simple fluorimetric method for the estimation of fee 11-hydorxy corticoids in human plasma.
The patient was given corticoids, valaciclovir, and eye drops for prevention of keratitis.
Lappartient also promised to act against the abuse of corticoids and the painkiller tramadol, saying: 'If you take a painkiller to push your limits in a race, that's like doping.'
It is known that the use of corticoids and immunosuppressive drugs seems to have no effect on valve lesions; however, anticoagulation therapy must be used for the treatment of patients with thromboembolic events.2
Anyhow, she was started with immunosuppressant treatment with corticoids.
The risk of occurrence of IA increases with highest degree of immunosuppression or in those with other risk factors for invasive disease, such as neutropenia or use of corticoids [6].
But our patient was only managed on the triple antibiotics, corticoids, and analgesics.
It is well known that children or adults with certain chronic medical diseases or with any one of several conditions associated with immunosuppression (complement deficiencies, asplenia, HIV-infection, diabetes, tumors) and patients undergoing immunosuppressive treatment (such as corticoids or chemotherapy) have an increased risk for meningococcal disease.
In this case, the canine was treated with corticoids, and this may have contributed to suppressing the inflammatory response.
history of peptic ulcers, upper gastrointestinal disease, ulcerative colitis, smoking, advanced age, concurrent corticoids, alcohol abuse, etc.).