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... ®, Quad tabs ®, Tiny Tabs ®, the Twist-a -Dose ® transdermal gel applicator, the Twist-a -Taste ® oral gel ...
... . Amikacin is generally preferred over gentamicin for systemic use in neonatal foals. The dosing interval in foals can be variable and frequently is much longer than that in ...
... . Therapy with atenolol or other beta blockers should not be withdrawn abruptly. The dose should be tapered gradually. Drug Interactions Atenolol may block the effects of sympathomimetic ...
... prolonged, high concentration of azithromycin at the site of infection allows once a day dosing and can allow for a shorter duration of treatment. Veterinary Medicine Uses for ...
... physicians, compounding pharmacies prepare, under sterile laboratory conditions, a once-monthly dose of the drug for use in the eye that costs about $40. ...
... leading-brand pet foods. The company also recently introduced Twist-A -Dose™, a new type of syringe-delivery package for transdermal gels that ...
... , diarrhea, and lack of appetite. If the drug is administered in high doses over a prolonged period, blood dyscrasias can develop; the condition is most ...
... (Calcium Disodium) is administered either subcutaneously or through an ophthalmic solution. The dose typically is given to the patient in a veterinary office or animal hospital setting ...
... from a non-certified compounding pharmacy online. Infections must be treated with exact doses and treatment lengths. About the Author Dr. Evan Ware is a veterinary ...
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