Prednisone (Sterapred)

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General information

Class/mechanism: Corticosteroid, glucocorticoid.[1][2]
Route: PO
Extravasation: n/a

For conciseness and simplicity, currently will focus on treatment regimens and not list information such as: renal/hepatic dose adjustments, metabolism (including CYP450), excretion, monitoring parameters (although this will be considered for checklists), or manufacturer. Instead, for the most current information, please refer to your preferred pharmacopeias such as Micromedex, Lexicomp, UpToDate (courtesy of Lexicomp), or the prescribing information.[1]

Diseases for which it is established (work in progress)

Diseases for which it is used

Diseases for which it was used

Patient drug information

History of changes in EMA indication

  • 1955-05-18: EURD

Also known as

  • Generic names: pred
  • Brand names:
Artinizona Artrizona Becortem Bersen Colisone Cortancyl Corticorten Cortigen
Cortiol Cortiprex Cutason Dacortin Decortancyl Decortin Decortisyl Dehydrocortison
Delcortin Dellacorta Delta-Cortisone Delta Cortelan Deltacortene Deltacortone Deltason Deltasone
Deltisona Dispersona Drazone Econosone Ednaprom Encorton Erlanison Flamacorten
Hostacortin Ifison Isolone Lisacort ME Korti Meticorten Nisocortec Nisona
Nisone Nizon Nosipren Novoprednisone Orasone Panafcort Panasol-S Pehacort
Pharmapred Precortil Predcort Predeltin Predicor Predicorten Predinis Preditec
Prednax Prednicap Prednicen-M Prednilonga-Retard Predniment Prednison Prednisona Prednisonum
Prednitone Predson Predsone Predval Procion Prolix Pronison Pulmison
Rayos Rectodelt Senterlic Sone Steerometz Sterapred Trolic Ultracorten
Vitazon Winpred