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BRAND LISTING - Celestone Soluspan Injection (Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate—Betamethasone Acetate)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
6mg/mL (1 x 5mL)
6mg/mL (10 x 1mL)

CELESTONE SOLUSPAN INJECTION (BETAMETHASONE SODIUM PHOSPHATE/BETAMETHASONE ACETATE)

What Does Celestone Soluspan Injection Treat?

Celestone Soluspan Injection is usually administered by a doctor or other health professional to provide relief from the inflammatory effects of a variety of allergies, arthritis, stomach disorders, skin diseases, and multiple sclerosis. It is not a cure for any of these conditions, but will provide potent anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, and antiallergic effects so you are able to carry on with your daily schedule, thanks to the two active ingredients in Celestone Soluspan Injection treatments.

How the Active Ingredients of Celestone Soluspan Injection Work

The first active ingredient is Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate, a corticosteroid much like Dexamethasone, that achieves prompt therapeutic activity after the injection is administered intramuscularly (IM) by a doctor or another medically trained person to be certain proper placement of the medication is attained.

The second active ingredient is also a corticosteroid called Betamethasone Acetate; except this drug is less soluble therefore its activity is sustained in order to provide slow absorption so the symptoms of inflammation and swelling are controlled for a longer period. Celestone Soluspan Injection therapy will reduce the production of the chemicals that produce inflammation.

Common Conditions That Benefit from Celestone Soluspan Injection

If you have an autoimmune disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis, your doctor may recommend treatment with Celestone Soluspan Injection to decrease the painful inflammation you encounter when you are trying to remain active. Autoimmune disorders are a malfunction of your own immune system that causes your body to launch an attack against other tissues in your body because they are perceived as a foreign substance or threat.

In the case of arthritis, the joint tissues (synovium) are attacked which eventually will cause damage as there is no cushioning left to stop the pain and friction of bone-on-bone when you move.

In multiple sclerosis (MS), immune cells cause inflammation in the central nervous system and attack the protective covering of the nerve fibers that causes your brain to be unable to communicate with nerves and muscles properly.

Before Starting Celestone Soluspan Injection Therapy

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are breast feeding as there may be some risk to your unborn or nursing baby. Advise your doctor of other medical conditions or allergies you have and provide a list of non-prescription medications and Rx drugs you currently take or use. Be sure to include herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This will help to determine if Celestone Soluspan Injection is advised for you.

Precautions During Treatments with Celestone Soluspan Injection

As Celestone Soluspan Injection treatment involves suppressing your immune system, you are more susceptible to other infections, including chickenpox, measles, and the flu. Try keeping a low profile when out in public places where you are more at risk for infections. If you are scheduled for any dental or surgical procedures, inform the medical staff you are undergoing treatment with Celestone Soluspan Injection.

Possible Side Effects of Celestone Soluspan Injection

  • Heartburn
  • Upset stomach
  • Weight changes

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