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MAHACORT DZ SUSPENSION

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MRP: Rs. 53 for 1 bottle(s) (30 ML suspension each)
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Composition for MAHACORT DZ

Deflazacort(6 mg)

food interaction for MAHACORT DZ

alcohol interaction for MAHACORT DZ

pregnancy interaction for MAHACORT DZ

lactation interaction for MAHACORT DZ

food
alcohol
pregnancy
lactation
It can be taken with or without food, but it is better to take Mahacort dz suspension at a fixed time.
Avoid Mahacort dz suspension with salad and vegetable diet.
UNSAFE
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. Please consult your doctor.
Mahacort dz suspension may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Unknown. Human and animal studies are not available. Please consult your doctor.

SALT INFORMATION for MAHACORT DZ

Deflazacort(6 mg)

Uses

Mahacort dz suspension is used in the treatment of severe allergic reaction, allergic disorders, asthma, cancer, rheumatic disorder, skin disorders and eye disorders.

How it works

Mahacort dz suspension is a corticosteroid drug. It increases the level of glucocorticoid in the body and works by decreasing the formation of substances that cause inflammation and suppresses immunity to stops self damage to body by immune system (auto-immune reactions occurring in organ transplants or cancer).

Common side effects

Osteoporosis, Abdominal pain, Acne, Infection, Anxiety, Insomnia, Cataract, Growth retardation, Headache, Increased hair growth, Mood changes, Weight gain

SUBSTITUTES for MAHACORT DZ

8 Substitutes
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  • ENZOCORT 6 MG SUSPENSION
    (30 ML suspension in bottle)
    Alkem Laboratories Ltd
    Rs. 2.42/ML of suspension
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    Rs. 72.50
    pay 37% more per ML of suspension
  • DEFSURE 6MG SUSPENSION
    (30 ML suspension in bottle)
    Zuventus Healthcare Ltd
    Rs. 2.16/ML of suspension
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    Rs. 64.90
    pay 22% more per ML of suspension
  • DEFNALONE 6 MG SUSPENSION
    (30 ML suspension in bottle)
    Lupin Ltd
    Rs. 1.75/ML of suspension
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    Rs. 52.50
    save 1% more per ML of suspension
  • DEZOCORT 6 MG SUSPENSION
    (30 ML suspension in bottle)
    Zydus Cadila
    Rs. 1.67/ML of suspension
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    Rs. 50
    save 6% more per ML of suspension
  • TRUECORT KID 6MG SUSPENSION
    (30 ML suspension in bottle)
    Somatico Laboratories Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 3.33/ML of suspension
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    Rs. 100
    pay 89% more per ML of suspension

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Expert advice for MAHACORT DZ

  • Do not take the medicine if  you are allergic to it or to any other content in the medicine.
  • Inform your doctor before taking this medicine If  you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or breast-feeding a baby.
  • Stay away from people who are sick to prevent chances of infection as your immune system will be weak while taking this drug.

Frequently asked questions for MAHACORT DZ

Deflazacort

Q.Is deflazacort a steroid?
Yes. Deflazacort is a steroid

Q.Is deflazacort the better than prednisolone?
Both deflazacort and prednisolone are steroid drugs, equally effective in the treatment of various inflammations

Q.Is deflazacort FDA approved?
It is not approved by the USFDA

Q.What is deflazacort and what is it used for?
Deflazacort is a steroid medication used to treat various inflammation related diseases in the body

Q.How does deflazacort work?
Deflazacort being a steroid, it increases the levels of steroids in the body. These steroids reduce the production of substances which cause inflammation in the body.

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Content on this page was last updated on 28 September, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)