Steroid induced myopathy prognosis

 His specialty interests include adult and pediatric neuro-oncology, mitochondrial medicine, neurofibromatosis, neurometabolic diseases and pediatric neurology. He has served on a number of committees for the Children’s Oncology Group, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the Child Neurology Society.  He currently serves as chairman of the Coding Subcommittee within the Medical Economics and Management Committee of the AAN, and Secretary-Treasurer of the CNS.   His past leadership positions include Chairman of the Pediatric Section of the AAN, Chairman of the Practice Committee of the CNS and Counsellor from the Midwest of the CNS, and President of the Professors of Child Neurology. 

30 mg/kg/dose (Max: 1 gram/dose) IV or IM once daily for 1 to 3 days. High-dose pulse steroids may be considered as an alternative to a second infusion of IVIG or for retreatment of patients who have had recurrent or recrudescent fever after additional IVIG, but should not be used as routine primary therapy with IVIG in patients with Kawasaki disease. Corticosteroid treatment has been shown to shorten the duration of fever in patients with IVIG-refractory Kawasaki disease or patients at high risk for IVIG-refractory disease. A reduction in the frequency and severity of coronary artery lesions has also been reported with pulse dose methylprednisolone treatment.

Steroid induced myopathy prognosis

steroid induced myopathy prognosis


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