Inhaled corticosteroids and mortality in copd

processing.... Drugs & Diseases > Protocols Inhaled Corticosteroid Comparative Dosing  Updated: Aug 24, 2015

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Inhaled Corticosteroid Comparative Dosing The values listed below were obtained from the National Institutes of Health. [ 1 ]

There is some evidence that sun exposure can accelerate steroid-induced skin atrophy, the development of which can be limited by protecting the skin, particularly the face and arms, from the sun.  Daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen (UVB and UVA block) and appropriate protective clothing is recommended. 10 , 12 - 14   Patients on corticosteroids should also be encouraged to regularly use moisturisers on their arms and legs, as these may reduce bruising and tearing of the skin from minor trauma. 11   Evidence suggests that topical tretinoin can increase the epidermal thickness of sun-damaged atrophic skin, but long-term use may be necessary. 14   In dermatological practice, topical retinoids are used to help reverse skin atrophy caused by sun exposure or corticosteroid use.

Inhaled corticosteroids and mortality in copd

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