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In controlled and uncontrolled clinical trials involving more than 5000 patients treated with ZYFLO, the overall rate of ALT elevation ≥ 3xULN was %. In these trials, one patient developed symptomatic hepatitis with jaundice , which resolved upon discontinuation of therapy. An additional 3 patients with transaminase elevations developed mild hyperbilirubinemia that was less than three times the upper limit of normal. There was no evidence of hypersensitivity or other alternative etiologies for these findings. In subset analyses, females over the age of 65 appeared to be at an increased risk for ALT elevations. Patients with pre-existing transaminase elevations may also be at an increased risk for ALT elevations (see CONTRAINDICATIONS ).

Direct intravenous injection:
Use only methylprednisolone sodium succinate.
Reconstitute with provided diluent or add 2 ml of bacteriostatic water (with benzyl alcohol) for injection.
May be administered undiluted.
Administer directly into a vein over 3—15 minutes. Doses >= 2 mg/kg or 250 mg should be given by intermittent infusion (see below), unless the potential benefits of direct IV injection outweigh the potential risks (., life-threatening shock).
 
Intermittent intravenous infusion:
Use only methylprednisolone sodium succinate.
Dilute in D5W, % Sodium Chloride (NS), or D5NS injection. Haze may form upon dilution.
Infuse over 15—60 minutes. Large doses (., >= 500 mg) should be administered over at least 30—60 minutes.

Corticosteroid binding globulin estrogen

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