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Considering taking medication to treat Aspiration Pneumonitis? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Aspiration Pneumonitis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
prednisone oral     2422 User Reviews
methylprednisolone oral     496 User Reviews
Kenalog injection     259 User Reviews
Medrol oral     113 User Reviews
Medrol (Pak) oral     108 User Reviews
Depo-Medrol injection     83 User Reviews
prednisolone oral     63 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol intravenous     36 User Reviews
Cortef oral     32 User Reviews
hydrocortisone oral     28 User Reviews
cortisone oral     19 User Reviews
Celestone Soluspan injection     16 User Reviews
triamcinolone acetonide injection     15 User Reviews
Orapred ODT oral     14 User Reviews
methylprednisolone acetate injection     14 User Reviews
betamethasone acetate and sodium phosphate injection     10 User Reviews
Prednisone Intensol oral     9 User Reviews
Veripred 20 oral     7 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol (PF) injection     5 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sodium succ injection     4 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sodium succ intravenous     4 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol (PF) intravenous     4 User Reviews
prednisolone sodium phosphate oral     3 User Reviews
Pediapred oral     3 User Reviews
Millipred oral     3 User Reviews
Solu-Cortef injection     3 User Reviews
Flo-Pred oral     2 User Reviews
hydrocortisone sodium succinate injection     2 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sod succ (PF) intravenous     2 User Reviews
Millipred DP oral     1 User Reviews
prednisolone acetate oral     1 User Reviews
A-Hydrocort injection     1 User Reviews
A-Methapred injection     1 User Reviews
Rayos oral     1 User Reviews
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