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Brand Name: Nostril Nasal Decongestant
Generic Drug: Phenylephrine Nasal

Active Ingredient: phenylephrine hydrochloride
Dose Form Description: solution
Route Description: nasal
Nostril Nasal Decongestant Strength Description: 0.25%

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Topical Corticosteroid Therapy: A Novel Approach to Safer Drugs

Topical Corticosteroid Therapy: A Novel Approach to Safer Drugs

Author: Christophers Enno
Manufacturer: Raven Pr
Keywords: Drug testing
ISBN: 0881674478

Book description
This volume documents recent progress in developing novel topical corticosteroids that are free of adverse effects such as skin atrophy and adrenal suppression. The contributors show that these adverse effects can be substantially reduced by designing steroids that are rapidly metabolized by the skin and present preclinical and clinical studies on a newly developed steroid, prednicarbate. These studies show that largely because of its metabolic transformation in the skin, prednicarbate does not produce significant cutaneous atrophy when applied nonocclusively and does not cause marked depression of plasma cortisol levels in either adult or pediatric subjects. The book also offers guidelines…
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