I didn't ask what steroids CAN be used in emergency situations, I said they are most often used for breathing issues and asked what steroids you used often for OTHER purposes. This question is absurd? You're the one that argued about it, so asking for clarification is absurd? Okaaaayyyyy.......
Dexamethasone is not commonly used in emergency situations and, when it is, it is usually used to treat things like pulmonary edema - an issue with the LUNGS.
Solumedrol, otherwise known as Methylprednisolone, is administered in ER situations to treat bronchial inflammation.
So you argued with me, but then the two steroids you listed that you often use in ER situations are just what I said - for breathing issues. What are you arguing about again?
LoL, then why are you commenting on a thread concerning human use......and scaring people about using prescribed steroids?I admit i don't know about how do you guys use steroids in humans.
Didn't you just call me "ridiculous" and "absurd" for asking a question and requesting clarification?But you are still a student and it is always good to ask someone to clarify your doubts and queries.
You do realize not everything on Wikipedia is true and that it isn't a quality source for scientific information, don't you?That's what those who argue say first, not that I never looked in Wikipedia, but didn't for this !.
I just hope you don't use your Ayurveda hoodoo on the poor animals you treat. I can see it now......
An average day at the Soulhacker Veterinary Clinic:
Soulhacker - "I'm sorry miss Jones, I don't know why your dog died of arsenic poisoning shortly after being treated for flea bites....."