About prednisolone

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About prednisolone

Application?

The following shock tests:

In myocardial infarction
Burn
In trauma
In operation
In anaphylactic shock
As a result of poisoning
In bronchial asthma
In hepatic coma
Surgical procedures depend on bn

It is sent into the joint in the following cases:

In osteoarthritis
In chronic polyarthritis
In posttraumatic arthritis
Large joints in osteoarthritis
In rheumatoid arthritis

Method of administration and dosage:

It can be administered intramuscularly and intravenously.

It can be administered intravenously and intramuscularly to adults from 1ml to 10ml depending on the condition.

Children from 2 months to 1 year of age are given 1 ml per 0.1 kg of body weight.

From 1 to 14 years of age corresponds to 1 mg per 2 kg of body weight.

It is sent very slowly.

The dose is prescribed by a doctor when administered between the joints.

Side effects?

Nausea
Vomiting
Bradycardia
Pressure drop
Heart failure
Exacerbation of heart failure symptoms
Weakening of muscle movement
Decreased muscle mass
Necrosis of the bones
Spinal fracture
Thinning of the skin
Increased sweating
Rash on the skin
Dermatitis
Irritability
Swelling
Unpleasant
Increased intraocular pressure
Adrenal insufficiency
Dizziness headache
Stopping growth.
Excess of potassium

Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy, during breastfeeding

Contents?

Prednisolone sodium phosphate

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