A Comparison of Three Injectable Corticosteroids for the Treatment of Patients with Seasonal Hay Fever

@article{Ohlander1980ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Three Injectable Corticosteroids for the Treatment of Patients with Seasonal Hay Fever},
  author={B. Ohlander and Ragnar Hansson and Kerstin Karlsson},
  journal={Journal of International Medical Research},
  year={1980},
  volume={8},
  pages={63 - 69}
}
Three injectable corticosteroids, betamethasone dipropionate betamethasone disodium phosphate and betamethasone acetate, and methylprednisolone acetate, were compared for onset and duration of action in patients with severe seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis. The sixty patients who were entered into the trial had been well-studied in our allergy clinic. They were assigned, on the basis of a random number code, to treatment with one of the corticosteroids. Following a single intramuscular… 

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