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Highly Anabolic
Epistane (Methylepitiostanol)
Equipoise –  Boldenone Undecylenate  (Bold200, Boldenone, Baldebal-H)
Ciccone Equipoise Combo450 (See Boldenone esters: Undecylenate, see Cypionate, Acetate)
Primabolin Tabs – Methenolone Acetate
Primabolin Depot –  Methenolone Enathate (Alphabolin, Primabolin Depot)
Masteron100 –  Drostanalone Propionate
Masteron200 –  Drostanolone Enanthate
Winstrol Depot – Stanozolol
Winstrol Tabs – Stanozolol
Oxandrolone – Oxandrolone (Anavar)

Corticosteroids reduced 28-day mortality (27 trials; n = 3176; risk ratio ( RR ) , 95% confidence interval ( CI ) to ; P value = , random-effects model). The quality of evidence for this outcome was downgraded from high to low for imprecision (upper limit of 95% CI = 1) and for inconsistency (significant heterogeneity across trial results). Heterogeneity was related in part to the dosing strategy. Treatment with a long course of low-dose corticosteroids significantly reduced 28-day mortality (22 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = , fixed-effect model). The quality of evidence was downgraded from high to moderate for inconsistency (owing to non-significant effects shown by one large trial ). Corticosteroids also reduced mortality rate in the intensive care unit (13 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = , random-effects model) and at the hospital (17 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = , random-effects model). Quality of the evidence for in-hospital mortality was downgraded from high to moderate for inconsistency and imprecision (upper limit of 95% CI for RR approaching 1). Corticosteroids increased the proportion of shock reversal by day seven (12 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = ) and by day 28 (seven trials; n = 1013; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = ) and reduced the SOFA score by day seven (eight trials; mean difference ( MD ) -, 95% CI - to -; P value < , random-effects model) and survivors' length of stay in the intensive care unit (10 trials; MD -, 95% CI - to -; P value = , fixed-effect model) without inducing gastroduodenal bleeding (19 trials; RR , 95% CI 0. 92 to ; P value = , fixed-effect model), superinfection (19 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = , fixed-effect model) or neuromuscular weakness (three trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value = , fixed-effect model). Corticosteroid increased the risk of hyperglycaemia (13 trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value < , fixed-effect model) and hypernatraemia (three trials; RR , 95% CI to ; P value < , fixed-effect model).

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