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Old 03-15-2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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Epidural steroid injections

Hello all- I am wondering what kind of steroid was used in your lumbar epidural steroid injections?!? if anyone can help me out and answer this that would be great. Not sure if you will know- but maybe your records with tell you.
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Re: Epidural steroid injections

Don't know if you are having an adverse reaction to something or if you are curious about the underlying pharmacology of the drug, so here is everything I had injected:

2 cc of Isovue 300 (imaging dye)
Mixture of 40 mg of DepoMedrol, 20 mg of Kenalog, 8 cc of 1% preservative free Lidocaine and .5 cc of .5% Marcaine, divided into three portions. (I had three injections.)

 
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