Did you perchance mean dexamethasone?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A synthetic glucocorticoid, C22H29FO5, that occurs as a white crystalline powder and is used as a topical anti-inflammatory agent for the treatment of dermatological conditions.
- beta + meth(yl) + (predni)s(ol)one. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“These are the percentages: mupirocin 2% ointment (not cream): 15 grams betamethasone 0.1% ointment (not cream): 15 grams.”
“If betamethasone ointment is unavailable, mometasone ointment (15 grams) can be used instead.”
“But thats there will was provided betamethasone premiums had relapse.”
“We opted for the betamethasone which has been demonstrated to be safer.”
“When I asked which steroid would be used, Dr M mentioned that it would be dexamethasone or betamethasone.”
“If betamethasone ointment is unavailable, mometasone ointment 15 grams can be used instead.”
“The rider — who has denied cheating — said the banned steroid betamethasone was contained in an ointment used to treat a skin irritation on the horse.”
“The study proceeded with the hypothesis that administering HA (Hylartin-V) alone or in combination with the steroid betamethasone could mitigate osteoarthritis.”
“Betamethasone also demonstrated anti-inflammatory and chondroprotective effects, but only at the lower dose of 0.06 mg/mL; the high dose (0.6 mgl/mL) of betamethasone was detrimental to articular cartilage cells.”
“Interestingly, HA combined with betamethasone did not demonstrate synergistic effects, whereas previous studies indicated that HA combined with another corticosteroid, triamcinolone, does.”
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