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Drug family: Cortisone derivative
This medicine is a generic of SOLUPRED
WHEN IS PREDNISOLONE ARROW PRESCRIBED?
Prednisolone arrow is a steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that belongs to the family of synthetic corticoids (chemical derivatives of natural cortisone). Cortisone has many properties, but it is mainly used for its powerful anti-inflammatory effect. It has fewer side effects than natural cortisone with the same effectiveness. These properties are useful in the treatment of numerous affections with an inflammatory or allergic component, but also of certain cancers where this drug allows to fight against cellular proliferation. It decreases immune reactions and is therefore used to prevent organ transplant rejection.
It is used in the treatment of certain serious diseases (cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatic fever for example), but also of more benign diseases (allergy, asthma attack, acute sinusitis, otitis). In the latter cases, the treatment is often short.
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CONTRAINDICATIONS OF THE DRUG PREDNISOLONE ARROW
This medication should not be used in the following cases
infection or fungus not controlled by appropriate treatment,
viral disease in progress (hepatitis, herpes or shingles),
psychosis not controlled by treatment,
phenylketonuria (orodispersible tablet: presence of aspartam).
This medication should never be used or re-used without a medical prescription.
If you have diabetes, you risk unbalancing it if you change the amount or the rhythm of cortisone intake without medical advice.
People with a history of tuberculosis, stomach or duodenal ulcers, kidney or liver failure, ulcerative colitis, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, or myasthenia gravis require special medical care.
Prolonged use of a corticoid reduces the immune system: vaccination with a vaccine containing live attenuated germs should only be carried out with the agreement of your doctor. You should also avoid contact with people who have chickenpox or measles.
Treatment should be stopped gradually to allow the adrenal glands to resume natural cortisone synthesis. Stopping treatment abruptly also exposes the patient to a relapse of the disease being treated. This precaution is useful only when the duration of treatment exceeds one week.
This medication contains salt (sodium) in significant quantities.
Caution: sportsmen and women: this drug contains a substance that may make some anti-doping tests positive.
INTERACTIONS OF PREDNISOLONE ARROW WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES
This medication may interact with drugs that cause torsades de pointes.
Also tell your doctor if you are taking
a drug that can lower blood potassium levels (intravenous amphotericin B, some diuretics, stimulant laxatives);
an antihypertensive drug;
an antidiabetic drug
an anticoagulant ;
aspirin or NSAIDs;
a drug containing carbamazepine, phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone, rifampicin, ciclosporin, interferon alfa or isoniazid.
In case of vaccination, the use of live vaccine is not recommended.
FERTILITY, PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
In the human species, currently available scientific studies have not shown any risk of malformation when using this drug during pregnancy. Only your doctor can assess the need for treatment and its risk during pregnancy.
When a serious disease requires prolonged treatment in the mother, medical supervision of the newborn is necessary.
In case of prolonged treatment, it may be necessary to interrupt breastfeeding: take the advice of your doctor.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE AND DOSAGE OF PREDNISOLONE ARROW
Prednisolone arrow should be taken with a meal, preferably at once in the morning.
During prolonged treatments, and as soon as the control of the disease allows it, it is preferable to take it alternately every other day, especially in children.
Effervescent tablets should be dissolved in a glass of water.
Orodispersible tablets may be sucked without being chewed or dissolved in a little water (especially for young children or people with difficulty swallowing).
Frequently, the initial dosage is high (loading therapy); it is then decreased to the minimum effective dosage (maintenance therapy).
Any prolonged high dose treatment must be stopped gradually: follow the doctor's instructions.
Prolonged treatment lasting more than a few days may require:
reducing salt intake,
taking potassium (prescribed by the doctor),
a diet rich in protein and calcium and low in carbohydrates.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF PREDNISOLONE ARROW
They are to be feared especially during a prolonged treatment and at high dose:
water and salt retention, high blood pressure
decrease in potassium levels, to be prevented by systematic intake;
frequent physical changes: swelling of the face and chest, appearance of hair, purplish skin spots, acne
overexcitement, euphoria, sleep disorders, depression (when treatment is stopped);
weakness and then muscle wasting, slowly reversible;
osteoporosis (decalcification of the bones), sometimes permanent;
hormonal and metabolic disorders: diabetes (reversible), growth arrest in children, menstrual disorders
digestive disorders: gastritis, ulcers;
certain forms of cataracts and glaucoma.
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