croup
CROUP
Croup is a viral infection that causes erythema and edema of the tracheal walls and narrowing of the subglottic region. It is often characterized by an acute, rapidly progressing respiratory disease.
It is a medical emergency in children and requiring immediate treatment.
Most common causes are parainfluenza virus 1&2 and respiratory syncytial virus.
Occurrence of symptoms is usually at night and with abrupt onset and improve during daytime.
Drug Information

Indication: Bronchial asthma.

Indication: Asthma: Regular treatment of asthma where use of a combination (inhaled corticosteroid & long-acting &beta...

Indication: Bronchial asthma.

Indication: Bronchial asthma.

Indication: Seasonal allergic & allergic/non-allergic perennial rhinitis; nasal polyps. Symptomatic treatment & pr...

Indication: Seasonal allergic & allergic/non-allergic perennial rhinitis; nasal polyps. Prevention of nasal polyps aft...

Indication: Replacement therapy for acute adrenocortical insufficiency eg, Addison's disease, bilateral adrenalectomy; rel...

Indication: RA, acute gouty arthritis, bronchial asthma, serum sickness, lupus, nodular arthritis, allergic dermatitis, pe...

Indication: Regular treatment of asthma for patients inadequately controlled w/ inhaled corticosteroids & as needed in...

Indication: Primary or secondary adrenocortical insufficiency; endocrine, rheumatic, collagen, dermatologic, ophth, resp, ...

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