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    Bullous Pemphigoid Conditions

    Topical form corticosteroids (skin) Bullous pemphigoid Pemphigoid Prednisolone

    Acute Angle-closure Glaucoma Conditions

    Corticosteroid eye preparations Glaucoma Acute glaucoma Closed angle glaucoma Primary angle-closure glaucoma

    Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Conditions

    Alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency Prednisolone Theophylline Inhaled corticosteroid

    Asthma Inhalers Conditions

    Bone strength (density) may be reduced following long-term use of high doses of inhaled corticosteroids. Therefore people who use steroid inhalers for asthma need to make sure they have a goo...

    Inhalers for COPD (including Inhaled Steroids) Conditions

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) Beclomethasone dipropionate preparation Mometasone furoate Terbutaline Salbutamol Salmeterol Budesonide Ipratropium R...

    Topical Steroids for Eczema Conditions

    (Steroid medicines that reduce inflammation are sometimes called corticosteroids. They are very different to the anabolic steroids which are used by some bodybuilders and athletes.) , Atop...

    Vitiligo Conditions

    Vitiligo Topical form corticosteroids (skin) Puva Tacrolimus topical Pimecrolimus cream

    Prickly Heat and Heat Rash (Miliaria) Conditions

    Topical form corticosteroids (skin) Miliaria Prickly heat

    Keloid Conditions

    This is called 'intralesional corticosteroid treatment': The steroids and anaesthetic can help to stop the proliferation of the skin cells in the keloid scar (what are called fi...

    Meralgia Paraesthetica Conditions

    Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) - such as ibuprofen , naproxen and diclofenac . Corticosteroid injections - commonly referred to as steroid injections. A steroid and...

    Steroid Nasal Sprays Conditions

    It contains a medicine called a corticosteroid or steroid. Steroid sprays reduce swelling (inflammation) and mucus in the nose, and usually work well.

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease Conditions

    They should be used under specialist supervision. Corticosteroids may be used when symptoms are severe (relapses) but should not be used to maintain remission.

    Shoulder Pain Professional

    Do not give a corticosteroid injection if: The person has previously received a corticosteroid injection from an experienced practitioner with minimal or no benefit.

    IgA Nephropathy (Berger's Disease) Professional

    However, more evidence is needed to understand the magnitude of benefit and the possible risks of anti-hypertensive or more specifically of ACE inhibitor/AIIRA therapy alone or in combination, and whi...

    Brain Tumours in Adults Professional

    Other therapeutic agents Patients may also require analgesics, anticonvulsants, anticoagulants and corticosteroids. Corticosteroids help to reduce mass effect of raised ICP....

    Psoriatic Nail Disease Professional

    Intralesional corticosteroids: intralesional triamcinolone acetonide injected into proximal nail folds is helpful but painful in nail matrix psoriasis. [ 3 ] Psoralen plus ultraviolet lig...

    Polyarteritis Nodosa Professional

    The pathogenesis is attributed to immune-complex deposition with antigen excess. [ 17 ] Management The mainstay of treatment for PAN is corticosteroid therapy: [ 18 ] If patie...

    Typhoid Vaccination Professional

    Treatment with antibiotics or local corticosteroids. A child being breast-fed. Being underweight. Taking replacement corticosteroids.

    Nebulisers in General Practice Professional

    Face masks should ideally also be avoided for delivery of nebulised corticosteroids, to prevent contact with the surrounding facial skin and eyes [ 1 ] . Use of nebulisers in various cli...

    Itching Professional

    Other treatments which are used, mostly with specialised dermatologist advice, for specific causes of itch include: Topical corticosteroids (inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema)...