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... these drugs and fluoxetine. Other potential drug interactions includes; acepromazine, cyproheptadine, diazepam, alprazolam, diuretics, insulin, isoniazid, phenytoin, propanolol, metoprolol ...
... . Potassium bromide is a third-choice drug in cats (after phenobarbital and diazepam). In addition to the side effects seen in dogs, cats can ...
... , VMD Therapeutic Class: Adrenocorticosteroid hormone | Species: Dogs, cats and horses Diazepam By Evan Ware, DVM Therapeutic Class: Benzodiazepine | Species: Dogs Diethylstilbestrol ...
... and ileus. CNS depressant drugs may increase the risk of sedation. Cimetidine and diazepam may either inhibit metabolism or increase amitriptyline drug levels resulting in potential increased risk ...
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