Do they inject Prednisone for breathing problems?
If the clinician suspects an inflammatory cause of breathing problems, s/he may prescribe an injection of corticosteroids.
Prednisone is a type of drug used to treat people with inflammations triggered by allergies, breathing disorders, lupus, arthritis, and many others. Prednisone is actually metabolized in the liver where it is being converted into prednisolone. Patients with liver problems may not be able to attain the expected results when taking prednisone.
Yes, there is an interaction between those 2 drugs. You should never stop prednisone without speaking with your doctor, this drug has to be stopped over many days. Cocaine is a powerful stimulant that may lead to cardiac problems. These problems might be exacerbated by prednisone use (depending on the dose..) Prednisone is also a stimulant working on adrenals (epinephrine, norepinephrin). You should avoid those 2 drugs together.