For those who do not have any idea on what prednisone generic is, prednisone generic is actually a drug that is synthetic (man-made) and belongs to the corticosteroid types, which means that prednisone generic is typically effective as an immunosuppressant. Prednisone generic is mainly used in the treatment of various inflammatory disorders such as mild to moderate allergic reactions. At higher dosages, prednisone generic can also be used to treat some types of cancer; however, it can cause serious side effects. Due to the fact that prednisone generic successfully suppresses the human body’s immune system, the patient is rendered more vulnerable to various other types of infections.
Prednisone generic actually has a very wide range of uses for patients of different ages. Prednisone generic is relatively safe for children who have allergic reactions, asthma attacks, arthritis, acute leukemia, poison ivy contact, nephrotic syndrome and adrenocortical insufficiency. Prednisone generic is also a drug of choice for many other disorders of the endrocine system, skin, eyes, respiratory tract, blood, gastrointestinal tract, and nervous system. Children who are prescribed to take prednisone generic are advised to take the medicine with either food or milk so as to help reduce the incidence of stomach upset or pain.
Prednisone generic is actually one of the most useful medicines in the field of pediatrics, most especially when you witness the drastic effects of prednisone generic on a child experiencing a severe asthma attack. However, because it can also be dangerous, prednisone generic can leave the patient with serious side effects when misused or overused, so prednisone generic must only be prescribed when it is really needed. Make sure that the child does not get any prednisone generic if he or she has any fungal infection or sensitivity to prednisone generic. Let your doctor know if your child is currently taking prednisone generic and he or she has been consequently exposed to chickenpox or measles. Continue reading