Dissident AIDS Database
|Co-factors||Glucocorticoids||Treatment of AIDS risk groups||Treatment of peripheral neuropathy (alcoholics and heroin abusers)|
|Immunosuppressive Drugs and Corticosteroids for HIV Infection|| ||Loftus Rick
| ||"Corticosteroid drugs are analogs of natural hormones, made by the adrenal glands, that have anti-inflammatory properties. These drugs are used as short-term treatments for a host of AIDS-related conditions, such as neuropathy, esophageal ulcers, various skin rashes and thrombocytopenia. They are combined with other drugs to treat AIDS-related KS, acute Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia and tuberculosis and to reduce the increased intracranial pressure due to toxoplasmosis or CNS lymphoma."|
| ||GMHC Treatment Issues - Vol. 9, No. 12 - December 1995||1995|
|Harrison’s. Principles of Internal Medicine.|| ||Fauci A.S., Braunwald, E., Isslbacher, K.J., et al.
| ||No abstract|
| ||McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. New York USA, ed. 14, 1998||1998|