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AcronymDefinition
PredPrednisone
PREDPhytophthora Ramorum Educate to Detect (tree disease program; USDA)
PREDPlanning, Research, and Evaluation Division (US Census Bureau)
PREDPanchayati Raj Engineering Department (National Informatics Centre; India)
PREDPredetermined Premium (insurance)
PREDPoverty Reduction and Economic Development (Serbia; UN Development Programme; est. 2008)
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After enrollment, dogs will be randomized to either receive prednisone alone or prednisone in combination with the study drug.
Abiraterone acetate plus prednisone / prednisolone can now be used for the treatment of newly-diagnosed high-risk metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC) in adult men in combination with androgen deprivation therapy.
These are chronic conditions, and the patient will continue to require prednisone, and they'll get more and more side effects, which could have been avoided if someone had done a more thorough investigation.
Comparison of paw swelling values between diseased control group and prednisone treated group (P 0.
In another study Adour and colleagues observed that 92% of their patients regained normal facial movements after a 10-day course of acyclovir (400mg orally five times daily) and prednisone (60mg/day by mouth for 5 days, then tapered off by 10mg/day for 5 days)17.
This is a worrying statistic for a condition that is both common and potentially lethal, especially when one notices that the study's loss to follow-up (an attempted phone call at 2 weeks) was nearly twice as high in the dexamethasone group as in the prednisone group.
Docetaxel and estramustine compared with mitoxantrone and prednisone for advanced refractory prostate cancer.
The safety and efficacy, including clinically relevant reduction of morning stiffness, of low-dose DR-prednisone in patients with active RA receiving DMARD therapy have been demonstrated versus conventional immediate-release (IR) prednisone in the Circadian Administration of Prednisone in Rheumatoid Arthritis (CAPRA-1) trial (27,28) and versus placebo in the CAPRA-2 trial.
Adverse events were more common with prednisone, the most common being insomnia, increased appetite, and nervousness.
These are two very important medications that are much better--and definitely much safer--options than prednisone.
Well, there is, and I'll share an example of a patient with the autoimmune disease polymyalgia rheumatica and how we helped her levels of adrenal functioning recover as she tried to come down on her longstanding dosage of oral steroid prednisone.