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Methylprednisolone

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Transcript of Methylprednisolone

Methylprednisolone

Basic Information
Methylprednisolone (Meth-ill-pred-nis-alone)
History & Development
of Methylprednisolone
Discovered by Lewis Hastings Sarett of Merck Co. in 1944
Purposes of Methylprednisolone

Main Purpose :
To lessen inflammation in different areas of the body
Preparation of Methylprednisolone
Synthesized cortisone using a complicated 36 - step process to produce 18 mg
Works Cited






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By: Ryanne Harris
Honors Chemistry
Brand Names: Medrol, Solu-Medrol, Depo-Medrol, Hybrisil, A-Methapred
Chemical Formula: C22H30O5
- Merck Co. is an American pharmaceutical company who was trying to improve military medicine
1948, Mayo Clinic demonstrated it as an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis
What is Methylpredisolone? - A steroid drug
Used to treat different medical conditions such as:
-severe allergies
-asthma
-arthritis
-bone marrow problems
-vision problems
-kidney problems
-skin problems
-lupus

It does NOT replace anything ( medical conditions) because it only treat them
The benefits are a relief of severe, painful medical conditions
Fun Facts About

Methylprednisolone
Consumed in 2 ways:
-by mouth (pills)
-injection
Side effects:
- acne
-loss of muscle mass
- mood swings
-decreased resistance to infections
-weight gain
- impaired wound healing
January 15, 2014
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