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Aerivio Spiromax, Airflusal Forspiro, Atemur Diskus, Avamys, Brisomax Diskus, Brisomax Diskus forte, Dymista, Flixonase Nasal, Flixotide Diskus, Flixotide Evohaler, Flixotide Evohaler 250 micrograms, Flixotide Nasal, Flixotide® Diskus®, Flutaide® Nasal, Fluticasone Cipla, Flutide Diskus, Flutide Evohaler, Flutide® Diskus®, Flutide® Evohaler®, Flutide® Nasal, Flutiform, Flutikason 2care4, Flutikason Orifarm, Flutikason Teva, Flutivate®, Icsori, RELVAR ELLIPTA, Relanio, Salflumix Easyhaler, Salmeterol/Fluticasone Cipla, Salmex, Seretaide Diskus, Seretide Diskus, Seretide Diskus Mite, Seretide Diskus forte, Seretide Diskus mite, Seretide Evohaler, Seretide Evohaler forte, Seretide® Diskus®, Seretide® Diskus® forte, Seretide® Diskus® mite, Seretide® Evohaler®, Seretide® Evohaler® forte, Seretide® Evohaler® mite, Trelegy Ellipta, Veraspir Diskus


SUBSTANCES

fluticasone, fluticasone furoate, fluticasone propionate


ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN: MODERATE
Fluticasone propionate, a medium-potency synthetic corticosteroid, is used topically to relieve inflammatory and pruritic symptoms of dermatoses and psoriasis, intranasally to manage symptoms of allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, and orally for the treatment of asthma. Fluticasone proprionate is marketed under several different brand names such as Flonase®. Fluticasone propionate is also available as a combination product of azelastine hydrochloride and fluticasone propionate called Dymista™. Dymista™ is indicated in patients over 12 years old for symptomatic relief of seasonal allergic rhinitis.

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