scleroderma
SCLERODERMA
Scleroderma is a connective tissue disorder characterized by skin thickening and fibrosis. It is rare, autoimmune and chronic.
It has an idiopathic cause and not contagious.
Early microvascular damage, mononuclear cell infiltrates and slowly developing fibrosis are the important features of the tissue lesions.
The leading causes of death are pulmonary fibrosis and pulmonary arterial hypertension.

Scleroderma Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Pulmonary arterial HTN (PAH) in patients of WHO functional class II-IV.

Indication: Acute & chronic rheumatic fever, RA, bronchial asthma, myositis, dermatitis.

Bufencon
betamethasone dipropionate + betamethasone disodiu...

Indication: Rheumatic disorders, collagen disease, allergic states.

Diprospan
betamethasone dipropionate + betamethasone disodiu...

Indication: Adjunctive treatment of acute & chronic corticosteroid-responsive disorders.

Indication: Chronic stable angina pectoris; HTN.

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