Medical Dictionary

fluticasone propionate

noun flu·tic·a·sone propionate \flü-ˈtik-ə-ˌsōn, -ˌzōn\


:  a synthetic corticosteroid C25H31F3O5S administered as a nasal spray to treat allergic rhinitis, as an oral inhalant to treat and prevent asthma, and topically as a cream or ointment to treat inflammation and pruritus of dermatoses responsive to corticosteroids—called also fluticasone; see advair diskus, flonase, flovent
April 26, 2015
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