Depo-Medrone with Lidocaine
4.1 Therapeutic indications
Corticosteroid (glucocorticoid). Depo-Medrone with Lidocaine is indicated in conditions requiring a glucocorticoid effect: e.g. anti-inflammatory or anti-rheumatic. It is recommended for local use where the added anaesthetic effect would be considered advantageous.
Depo-Medrone with Lidocaine may be used as follows:
Osteo-arthritis with an inflammatory component
Tendon sheath administration
Therapy with Depo-Medrone with Lidocaine does not obviate the need for the conventional measures usually employed. Although this method of treatment will ameliorate symptoms, it is in no sense a cure and the hormone has no effect on the cause of the inflammation.
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