Prelone

What is Prelone?

Prednisolone is a synthetic glucocorticoid, a derivative of cortisol, which is used to treat a variety of inflammatory and auto-immune conditions. It is the active metabolite of the drug prednisone and is used especially in patients with liver failure, as these individuals are unable to metabolise prednisone into prednisolone.

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Hy, my 9 years daughter received 7ml of oral prelone 15mg at 3pm with 10ml of benadryl as profilasis for a posible alergic reaction. the problem is...

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hi thanks for your question.

one extra dose like this is unlikely to cause any significant problems. I would simply start the dosingn regimen again...

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my daughter is 3 and mildly asthmatic, she is sick at the moment with an upper respiratory infection and the doctor presecribed pulmicort...

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Hy, my 9 years daughter received 7ml of oral prelone 15mg at 3pm with 10ml of benadryl as profilasis for a posible alergic reaction. the problem is...

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my daughter is 3 and mildly asthmatic, she is sick at the moment with an upper respiratory infection and the doctor presecribed pulmicort...

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