Fluticasone nasal spray recall
Dr. Steven encourages patients to check their fluticasone nasal spray bottle to see if it was made by Apotex; they are recalling one lot because of contamination with small glass particles. The only reported problem is that some of the bottles have become plugged by the particles. Nobody has been reported to have been injured from spraying glass particles into their nose, but that is possible. Thus, if you have a bottle of fluticasone nasal spray made by Apotex, read more below and follow the link to the FDA’s website that explains how to tell if your bottle is being recalled, and what you can do to get it replaced....
Posted on June 20, 2018 Read more...

Webinar: Steroid Overreliance in Severe Asthma
From the Allergy & Asthma Network, featuring Dr. Gary Steven: Oral corticosteroids are often prescribed to treat a severe asthma flare, but risks and benefits must be considered due to potentially serious side effects. What are consequences of overusing these medications? We'll explore oral corticosteroids in our next webinar -- "Oral Corticosteroid Overreliance In Severe Asthma" -- on Thursday, May 24 at 4:00 p.m. ET. We'll be joined by Gary Steven, MD, a board-certified allergist and immunologist based in Greenfield, Wisconsin. Click Here to Register Now!...
Posted on May 21, 2018 Read more...

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