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... , and methamphetamine. All of these metabolites act as CNS stimulants. At higher doses selegiline also may inhibit MAO-A . Selegiline is primarily excreted in the ...
... with few side effects. They should be used with caution or at a reduced dose in geriatrics or animals with decreased liver or kidney function. Dogs and Cats ...
... Occasionally pregnant mares that have undergone surgery or other major stress are given very high doses in an attempt to protect their pregnancy. Doses of one to two grams ...
... of serum trough concentrations of AED at regular intervals in order to tailor a therapeutic dose for the individual patient and to minimize the occurrence of toxicity. Once a ...
... from compounding pharmacies in an oral tablet formulation. A licensed veterinarian should determine the dose and frequency of administration. For the drug to work as intended, following ...
... this exclusive dispensing technology to oral gels for uses like these: Dispense a tasty dose onto the paws of self-grooming animals such as rats and mice. ...
... considered the treatment of choice for clinical Toxoplasmosis in both dogs and cats. The dose used for the treatment of Toxoplasmosis is generally higher than that for susceptible bacterial ...
... D -Glucosamine was found not to be as effective as Adequan at the conventional dose and treatment interval. The author of the study said that while products such ...
... and monitoring for the rest of their lives. Most dogs will require gradually increasing doses of mitotane in order to remain in remission. The oral absorption of mitotane ...
... blue assay and phase-contrast microscopy were used to evaluate the toxicity of three doses of MMC (0 .002%, 0.02% and 0 ...
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