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PharmacologyVT

Dr. Moss Pharmacology

TermDefinition
Acepromazine PromAce Phenothiazine Sedative/Tranquilizer CNS Treatment of adverse behaviors in animals
Acetaminophen Tylenol Oral Analgesic *Do not use on CATS Used for chronic pain conditions
Acetazolamide Diamox Carbonic anhydrase Inhibitor Diuretic, Antiglaucoma Agent Induced Aqueous Humor Production
Activated Charcoal Used as an emetic
Adquan
Albuterol Salbutamol Beta-Adrenergi Agonist Cats and dogs, bronchial smooth muscle relaxant to alleviate cough
Allopurinol Zyloprim Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitor Treatment of Uroliths
Aminopentamide
aminophylline No trade Phasphodiestrase Inhibitor; Bronchodilator Used in patients with Myocardial Failure or pulmonary edema
Amitriptyline Elavil Tricyclic Bheavior Modifier Behavioral such as separation anxiety or general anxiety
Apomorphine Apokyn Emetic Mainly used as an emetic in dogs, rarely used in cats
Asprin ASA analgesic; antipyretic; platelet aggregation reducer; antiinflammatory Safe in both dogs and cats
Atropine No Trade Anticholinergic Preanesthetic to reduce secretions of respiratory
Benzapril Forekor Angiotensis converting Enzyme Vasodilator treatment of heart failure
bisacodyl Dulcolax Oral/Rectal Laxative Stimulate cathartics in dogs and cats
Boldenone undecylenate Equipoise Anabolic Steroic Treating of debilitated horse, weight gain, hair coat, general physical condition
Butorphanol Torbugesic opiate partial agonist Relief of chronic non productive cough
Carprofen Rimadyl Non-Steroidal Antiinflammatory Agent Used for pain relief and inflammation
Cisapride No Trade Pomotility Agent Esophageal reflux
Clorsulon Curatrem Antiparasitic Treatment of Fasciola Hepatica in Cattle
Cortisone No Trade Adrenal Corticosteroid Oral treatment of hypoadrenocoricism in dogs
Cosequin
Coumarin Deriviatives
Cyclosporine Aproica Immunosuppressive Used as an immunosuppresive in immunemediated diseases
Cysplatin
Dantrolene Dantrium Skeletal Muscle Relaxant Treatment of malignant hyperthermia syndrome
Derocoxib Deramaxx Non-Steroidal Antiinflammatory Agent Post-operative pain and pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis
Dexamethazone Azium Glucocorticoid Antiinflammatory, replacement of glucocorticoid, and immunosuppressive
Diazepram Valium Benzadiazepine Muscle Relaxant, hypnotic, appetite stimuland, and anticovulsant
Digoxin Lanoxin Cardiac Glycoside Treatment of congestive heart failure atrial fibrillation or flutter and supraventricular tachycardias
Diltiazem Cardizem Calcium Channel Blocker Treatment of hypertension, atrial filbrillation and supraventricular tachycardias
diphenhydramine Benadryl Antihistamine antihistaminic effects, and sedative effects
Docusate produts Colace Stool Softener use when feces in small animals is hard or dry, or when passing firm feces would be painful
Domperidone Motilium Prokinetic Agent Used for the prevention of premature toxicosis and periparturient mares, stimulate milk production in horses
Dopamine Intropin Adrenergic Agent Only use in critical care situations where adequate monitory can be provided, used to correct the hemodynamic imbalances induced by shock
Doxapram Dopram V CNS/Respiratory Stimulant Use in Cats Dogs and Horses
Doxorubicin Adriamycin Antineoplastic Treatment in lymphomas, carcinomas, leukemias, and sarcomas in dogs and cats
epinephrine Adrenalin Alpha-Beta Adrenergic Agonist treatment of anaphylaxis or cardiac resuscitation
epogen
epsiprantel Cestex Cestocidal Antiparasitic Removal of Cestodes
etodolac EstoGesic Non Steroidal Antiinflammatory Management of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis in dogs
fenbendazole Panacur antiparasitic Removal of Ascarids, and Cestodes
fipronil
flumazenil Romazicon Benzodiazepine Agonist Reversal of benzodazepine effects after an overdose, treatment of encephalopathy
flunixin meglumine
fluticasone
furosemide
glipizide
glycopyrrolate
guiafenesin
heprin
hydralazine
hydrocorisone
imidocarb
insulin
ivermectin
ketoprofen
lansoprazole
laxatone
levamisole
levothyroxine
lidocaine
lperamide
lyme Sulfer
mannitole
melarsomine
meloxicam
methmiazole
mehtocarbamol
methotrexate
metoclopramide
metonidazole
nandrolene decanoate
naproxen
nemex
neostigmine
pancuronium
phenobaritol
phenylbutazone
pimobendan
praziquantel
prazosin
prdnisone
procainimide
propanolol
pydostigmine
rantidine
selmectin
selgiline
spironolactone
succinlycholine
sucralfate
sulfadimethoxine
Temaril-P
terbutaline
Thyroxine
verpamil
vinablastine
vincrstine
xylazine
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