Dexamethasone

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Information about Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone (dex" a meth' a sone) is a synthetic, long acting glucocorticoid that is used parenterally as therapy of severe hypersensitivity reactions, shock and control of severe inflammation as well as in topical, otic, ophthalmologic solutions, aerosols and lotions or creams for local therapy of allergic reactions and inflammation

Dosage and administration for Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone is available in multiple forms for injection under various generic and trade names including Decadron.  Dexamethasone is 25 times more potent than cortisol in its glucocorticoid activity, but has minimal mineralocorticoid activity.


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