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Drug Name: Prednisolone Chemical formulation: C21H28O5 Active ingredient: Prednisolone Common/generic brand name: Prednisolone Approved by FDA or not: FDA approved Commonly marketed in: The European Union, the United States, Israel, India, Brazil, Turkey, Malaysia, Jordan, Argentina, Colombia, Bangladesh, and Egypt Density: It is available as syrup or oral solution and tablets.

What is the Prednisolone?

Prednisolone is a steroid that suppresses the release of inflammatory chemicals in the body. Ulcerative colitis, arthritis, psoriasis, lupus, allergic illnesses, gland (endocrine) problems, and conditions affecting the skin, eyes, lungs, stomach, neurological system, or blood cells are all treated with prednisolone. Prednisolone can be used for a variety of other things that aren't covered in this pharmaceutical guide. In 1955, prednisolone was found and given medical approval. The World Health Organization lists prednisolone as an essential medicine.

Prednisolone is available in multiple forms:

Prednisolone is available as both tablet and capsule form.

Prednisolone Manufacturers & Wholesalers List

Prednisolone is a globally found medication, and many different manufacturers produce their products. Prednisolone is known under many brand names, such as Ak-Pred, Decortin H, Delta-Cortef, Deltacortril, Hydeltra, Hydeltra-TBA, Hydeltrasol, Inflamase, Key-Pred, Klismacort, Meticortelone, Panafcortelone, Predonine, Prelone, Solone, Sterolone, or Ultracortenol. Among the many manufacturers that produce Prednisolone, we can list Pharmacia and Upjohn Co, Akorn Inc, Sandoz Inc, Watson Laboratories Inc, Private Formulations Inc, Roxane Laboratories Inc, Sperti Drug Products Inc, Merck and Co Inc, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp, and many others. Prednisolone suppliers market in the final dosage forms of 15 mg / 5 ml Solution, liquid, 15 mg / 5 ml syrup, 5 mg tablet, ointment, 10 mg, 15 mg, 30 mg orally disintegrating tablets.

How to buy Prednisolone on Pipelinepharma?

Prednisolone is offered from producers in the EU, the US, Israel, India, Brazil, Turkey, Malaysia, Jordan, Argentina, Colombia, Bangladesh, and Egypt on Pipelinepharma's online B2B marketplace. Prednisolone distributors can use the Pipelinepharma platform to identify producers from all over the world. Quality control methods have been implemented by Prednisolone producers to ensure that Prednisolone distributors find qualified partners. Pipelinepharma's marketplace saves you time and money by locating appropriate partners; Pipelinepharma has already done the legwork for you. A list of various pharmaceutical items, including Prednisolone, may be found on the company's website. If you're looking for Prednisolone manufacturers, you can quickly place an order or send an inquiry using the Pipelinepharma platform.

How to use Prednisolone?

Adults should take a daily dose of 5 mg to 60 mg of Prednisolone orally to begin treatment. Treatments must be altered individually based on the patients' and disease's conditions. Prednisolone has a number of adverse effects. Aggression, agitation, anxiety, blurred vision, decreased urine output, dizziness, rapid, slow, pounding, or irregular heartbeat or pulse, headache, irritability, and mental depression are among the most prevalent. Symptoms such as lethargy, losing weight, sickness, muscle soreness, headache, weariness, and dizziness are also possible. Your doctor may gradually reduce your dose to prevent these symptoms when you are stopping therapy with this medicine.

Prednisolone Side effects -

Common side effects:

Fatigue, puking, lack of appetite, indigestion, insomnia, excessive perspiration, or acne are all possible side effects. Tell your doctor or physician right away if any of these side effects remain or intensify.

Uncommon Side Effects:

These side effects are highly unlikely but if anyone notices them like muscular pain, unusual weight gain, increased heart rate, fatigue, exhaustion, swollen hands and legs, blurry vision, the stool of different color, mental or traumatic changes, slow wound healing, mood swings, etc. This medicine may cause your blood sugar to rise infrequently, which might lead to or exacerbate diabetes.

Not Known and Rare Effects:

This product is unlikely to cause a severe allergic reaction. However, if you detect any indications of a major allergic response, such as a skin infection, itchy skin, extreme dizziness, or problems breathing, seek medical treatment right once.

Special Warning or precaution for use

Inform the doctor or pharmacist about any current or previous diseases, heart issues (such as cardiac arrest, recent cardiovascular disease), hypertension, thyroid disease, renal disease, liver failure, belly problems (such as ulceration, diverticulitis), and bone loss (osteoporosis), mental illnesses (e.g., hallucinations, depression, despair), vision diseases (e.g., conjunctivitis, glaucoma), diabetes, nutrient imbalance (e.g., low potassium/calcium in the haemoglobin), seizures, internal bleeding, and bleeding difficulties are all examples of psychological illnesses. If you have a fungal infection anywhere in your body, you should not take prednisolone.

Effect of Prednisolone on Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Long-term use of an oral corticosteroid like prednisone or prednisolone during pregnancy has been linked to a higher risk of preterm delivery (birth before 37 weeks) and/or lower birth weight than predicted. Prednisolone, a steroid, reduces the quantity of a type of cell-related to recurrent miscarriages, according to a tiny new study. Although this medicine goes into breast milk, it is unlikely to cause harm to a breastfeeding baby. Before you start breastfeeding, discuss and inform the doctor regarding the same.

FAQ About Prednisolone

1.Is it advisable to take prednisolone first thing in the morning, and why?

If you're only taking Prednisone once a day, take it with breakfast in the morning. Morning time is the best time to have the medicine as it matches the timing of the body's cortisone manufacturing or production in the body. If taken too late it may cause some sleeping trouble.

2.What should I stay away from while on prednisolone?

When taking prednisolone, avoid getting a live immunization. During this time, the vaccine may not work as well as it should, and you may not be totally protected from disease.

3.What additional medications will have an effect on prednisolone?

Other pharmaceuticals, including prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal items, may interfere with prednisolone. Tell your physician about all of your existing medications, as well as any new or discontinued medications.

4.If the dose is forgotten by mistake, then what happens?

If you miss a dosage of prednisolone, speak to your doctor for guidance.