Budesonide

FDA Approved: * July 12, 2006
Pharm Company: * ASTRAZENECA
Category: Anti-Inflammatory

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Budesonide Overview

Budesonide (BUD), sold under the brand name Pulmicort among others, is a medication of the corticosteroid type.[1] It is available as an inhaler, pill, nasal spray, and rectal forms.[1][2] The inhaled form is used in the long-term management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).[1][3][4] The nasal spray is used for allergic rhinitis and nasal polyps.[2][...

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Steroid Budesonide

I have been on entocort off and on since 2012 due to gastro diverticulitis (highly flammable). After a colonopscopy in Sept. 2012 I was given entocort for 3 a day-1 mo., then 2 a day-1 mo., then 1 a day-1 mo. Then on Feb. 7th, 2013 I fell on cement and was taken to a hospital by helicopter. They kept me alive due to help from the Dr.'s at University of Ky. Hospital -Lexington, Ky. Then later they gave me prescription budesonide ec 3mg. 1 per day. After another colonopscopy on 9/24/17 they ruled it as diverticulitis w/colitis again. Recently they changed my script to budesonide 3mg with the drug co. listed as MYLAN 7155- NO EC letters listed on the script. My question is: Is this sufficient or as good as the ENTOCORT EC 3-mg. in your opinion? This is my question about this prescripti...

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budesonide corti-steriod 3 mg.

I have been on this medication for (off and on) for abt. 4 years (estimate) It is also listed as ENTOCORT. It is prescribed by my Gastroenterologist Doctor the 1st time in Sept.2012 - then again in 2017 after another colonopscopy showing that my colitis (flammable) had returned. It is very expensive, and due to many problems with my diverticulitis and colitis I have to continue using it as a last resort to my colon problems. I also have an aneursym located in my head that I got when I fell on cement on 2/7/2013. I was taking the cortisteriod Entocort when this happened ( 1 per day). I came close to dying due to severe head trauma after a drop in blood pressure and the fall. I am still trying to deal with these problems day by day. I deal with every day stress due to having a husband tha...

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budesonide inhalation suspension

Can budesonide inhalation suspension come up as methamphetamine in an hair follicles on an nine months old child? ## Hi Shannon - just show them your child's prescription and there shouldn't be a problem. Budesonide has been known to come up as other things, there was even a study in Spain where this drug was causing people to fail the breathalyzer.[1] I should also ask, and no judgement here - but do you currently take methamphetamine or similar medications? Also, are you a breastfeeding mother? Hope this helps! Ref: [1] ## No not taking any meds, my son and mine came back clean but my baby come back with methamphetamine so I was curious about this medication which the doctor prescribed to my baby for breathing problems. No not taking medication and not breastfeeding just curi...

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Do levocet M, Bresol, unicontin 400 and Budamet 200 contains steroids?

i am having allergy and using Budamet 200 transcap (formotero fumarate and budesonide powder for inhalation ip) also dr has suggested me levocet M, Bresol, unicontin 400. Please tell me whether all these medicines contains steroids and using them regularly as prescribed is harmful?

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drug study mucosta

mode of actionof mucosta ## mucosta and Budenofalk ## Mucosta contains the active ingredient Rebamapide, it is used to treat gastric ulcers. Side effects can include: nausea, bloating, diarrhea and rash. Budenofalk contains the active ingredient Budesonide, a corticosteroid, used to treat swelling. It is usually used in the treatment of IBS. Are there any other questions? ## I NEED THIS RESEARCH FOR MY CASE STUDY

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Budesonide
  • Aerosol, Foam: 2mg, 2mg/actuation
  • Aerosol, Metered: 0.032mg/actuation, 0.032mg/inh, 32mcg/actuation
  • Capsule: 3mg
  • Capsule, Extended Release: 6mg
  • Inhalant: 200mcg/actuation
  • Powder: 100%, 180mcg, 90mcg
  • Powder, Metered: 0.08mg/inh, 0.16mg/inh, 0.32mg/inh
  • Solution: 2mg
  • Spray, Metered: 0.032mg/inh, 0.032mg/spray, 0.064mg/inh, 32mcg/actuation
  • Suspension: 0.25mg/2ml, 0.5mg/2ml, 1mg/2ml
  • Tablet: 9mg
  • Tablet, Extended Release: 9mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Budesonide: (76 results)

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  • 0093-6815 Budesonide .25 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
  • 0093-6816 Budesonide .5 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
  • 0093-6817 Budesonide 1 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
  • 0093-7445 Budesonide (Enteric Coated) 3 mg Oral Capsule, Delayed Release Pellets by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.
  • 0115-1687 Budesonide Inhalation Inhalation .25 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Impax Generics
  • 0115-1689 Budesonide Inhalation Inhalation .5 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Impax Generics
  • 0186-0916 Pulmicort 180 ug/1 Respiratory (Inhalation) Aerosol, Powder by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0186-0917 Pulmicort 90 ug/1 Respiratory (Inhalation) Aerosol, Powder by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0186-1073 Budesonide 32 ug/1 Nasal Spray, Metered by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0186-1988 Pulmicort Respules .25 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0186-1989 Pulmicort Respules .5 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0186-1990 Pulmicort Respules 1 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Astrazeneca Lp
  • 0363-0048 Budesonide 32 ug/1 Nasal Spray, Metered by Walgreens
  • 0378-7155 Budesonide 3 mg 24 Hr Extended Release Enteric Coated Capsule by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0487-9601 Budesonide .25 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Inhalant by Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation
  • 0487-9701 Budesonide .5 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Inhalant by Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation
  • 0536-1112 Budesonide 32 ug/1 Nasal Spray, Metered by Rugby Laboratories
  • 0574-9855 Budesonide 3 mg Oral Capsule by Paddock Laboratories, LLC
  • 0591-2510 Budesonide 9 mg Oral Tablet, Film Coated, Extended Release by Actavis Pharma, Inc.
  • 0591-3767 Budesonide Inhalation .25 mg/2ml Respiratory (Inhalation) Suspension by Watson Laboratories, Inc.
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