Compounding Prokinetic Medications for Companion Animals
Author(s): Gaskins Jessica
Issue: Jul/Aug 2012 - Volume 16, Number 4
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Abstract: The availability of information for all of the many prokinetic agents is varied at best. Therefore, an overall consensus of prokinetic medications will be assessed in this article, hopefully providing insight for practitioners about which therapeutic selections to make for their patients.
Related Keywords: Jessica Gaskins, PharmD, BS, pets, compansion animals, prokinetic agents, constipation, gastrointestinal motility, dogs, cats, chinchillas, guinea pigs, horses, rabbits, digestive system, lagomorphs, rodents, gastrointestinal stasis, formulations, domperidone, lubiprostone, botulinum toxin, erythromycin lactobionate, lactulose, linaclotide, mineral oil, laxatives, cisapride, neostigmine, metoclopramide, prucalopride, bethanechol, azithromycin, ranitidine
Related Categories: FORMULATIONS, GASTROENTEROLOGY, VETERINARY, ADVERSE DRUG EVENTS, NEUROLOGY
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