Injectable steroids

Injectable steroid preparations are very well excreted from the blood in just one pass through the liver. But if so, then is there any sense in injecting? How effective are they? The answer is called “depot” (or tank). That is, in the human body with the help of an injection a “storehouse” of steroids is created, from which a regular supply of them into the blood occurs. As the steroid is removed from the bloodstream in the liver, a new amount of the steroid drug is released into the bloodstream from the depot. There are several ways to create such tanks.

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