ea0050p186 | Clinical Biochemistry | SFEBES2017
, Choudhury Sirazum
, Meeran Karim
Replacing glucocorticoids in patients with adrenal insufficiency is challenging, as endogenous cortisol levels rise before waking. Currently we use steroid replacement first thing in the morning. Administration of a delayed release preparation last thing at night, if reliable, could mimic the rise in cortisol that occurs before waking. Lodotra is a modified release prednisone that has a delay in the onset of action, and when given last thing at night, might cause a rise in lev...