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Pharmacology (2015) 95 (5-6): 300–302.
Published Online: 27 May 2015
..., it is obvious from a pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic point of view that prednisolone capsules have an earlier and stronger anti-inflammatory effect than a prednisone suppository. eckhard.beubler@medunigraz.at 23 04 2015 23 04 2015 27 5 2015 Prednisone has to be converted...
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Pharmacology (1991) 42 (3): 177–180.
Published Online: 06 June 2008
...M. Atef; M.S.M. Hanafy; M.S. Arbid Adjuvant arthritic rats received either hydrochlorothiazide (HCT) alone, prednisone (PR) alone, both drugs, or vehicle. HCT combined with PR enhanced the extent of hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, hypercholesterolemia, and elevation of serum urea concentration...
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Pharmacology (1992) 44 (5): 273–282.
Published Online: 06 June 2008
...Victoria G. Hale; Leslie Z. Benet The interconversion and elimination of prednisone (PO) and prednisolone (POH) were examined in human and rabbit liver, kidney, lung and skeletal muscle preparations to determine the effect of organ disruption on in vitro metabolism within multiple organs of two...
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Pharmacology (1982) 24 (6): 346–354.
Published Online: 30 May 2008
.... Prednisone Prednisolone Clearance Steroid metabolism Dogs Pharmacology 24: 346-354 (1982) Inequality of Clearance Values Obtained by Intravenous Bolus and by Steady-State Infusion Prednisolone Studies in Dogs1 Felix J. Frey, Brigitte M. Frey Division of Clinical Pharmacology. Departments of Medicine...
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Pharmacology (1979) 18 (6): 311–318.
Published Online: 29 May 2008
... compared for their effects in dogs against bronchoconstriction induced by intravenous injections of immune complexes or histamine. Bronchodilators (isoproterenol, aminophylline, and bitolterol) inhibited both types of bronchoconstriction, whereas disodium cromoglycate, prednisone, and oxarbazole inhibited...
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Pharmacology (1971) 6 (5): 265–273.
Published Online: 28 May 2008
... levels. Desacetamidocolchicine, a more potent antimitotic agent than colchicine, was less active against paw swelling even when given in a 58-fold greater dose than colchicine. Anti-inflammatory agents prednisone and indomethacin inhibited paw swelling but phenylbutazone, even at lethal doses...