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day 8 drug cards

chpt 10 & 11

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Acarexx Class: antiparasitic Trade name: 0.01% ivermectin Use: treat ear mites in dogs and cats,
Atropine Class: Mydriatics and cyclopelegics Trade name: atropine sulfate Use: refraction or for the treatment of acute inflammatory conditions of the anterior uveal tract
Baytril otic Class: topical otic antiinfective agent/misc otic agents Trade name: silver sulfodiazine Use: effective against gram-positive/negative bacteria and fungi
Latanoprost Class: agents that reduce intraocular pressure Trade name: Xalantan Use: decrease intraocular pressure by increasing the outflow of aqueous humor through the uveal and scleral pathways
Milbemite Class: antiparasitic Trade name: 0.1% milbimycin Use: treat ear mites in cats
Mita-clear Class: antiparasitic Trade name: pyrethrin Use: treatment of ticks and mites in the ears of dogs and cats
Optimmune Ophthalmic ointment Class: agent to treat keratoconjuctivitis sicca Trade name: stimulates increase tear production Use:
Pilocarpine Class: miotic Trade name: piloptic, isopto carpine, pilostat Use: stimulat tear production in dome cases of keratoconjunctivitis sicca as well as the treatment of glaucoma
Proparacaine Class: Topical anesthetic Trade name: ophthaine Use: anesthetize the corneal surface for removal of foreign body, sutures or to allow the use of instruments to measure intraocular pressure or to aid in application of hydrophilic contact lens
Timolol Class: agents that reduce intraocular pressure Trade name: timoptic (human label), cosopt Use: ophthalmic beta blocker, used in the contralateral eye of dog with primary glaucoma to prevent development of bilateral disease, reduces intraocular pressure
Tresaderm Class: topical otic antiinfective agent/antiparasitc Trade name: meomycin sulfate, pyrethrins Use: treat otitis externa and certain bacterial, fungal and inflammatory skin disorders; treat ticks and mites in ears of dogs and cats
Cyclosporine Class: selective immunosuppressors Trade name: Atopica Use: treat atopic dermatitis
Bactoderm Class: drugs used in dermatologic therapy Trade name: Use: treat/prevent superficial bacterial infection of wounds
Conofite Class: drugs used in dermatologic therapy Trade name: miconazole Use: treat superficial fungal infections, ringworm and thrush in equines
Dexamethasone injection Class: drugs used in dermatologic therapy Trade name: Use: treat dermatologic conditions, allergic reactions, moist dermatosis, seborrheic dermatitis and acral lick dermatitis
Miconazole Class: drugs used in dermatologic therapy Trade name: Use: treat superficial fungal infections, ringworm and thrush in equines
Nitrofurazone dressing Class: antiinfective Trade name: nitrofurans Use: treat superficial bacterial infections of wounds, necrotic enteritis in swine, coccidiosis in checkens, bacterial enteritis in pigs <4wks, may treat pinkeye in cattle/sheep/goats, ear infec in dogs/cats
Prednisone tablets Class: drug used in dermatologic therapy Trade name: Use: treat dermatologic conditions, allergic reactions, moist dermatosis, seborrheic dermatitis and acral lick dermatitis
Silver nitrate Class: cuastic Trade name: Use: control of proud flesh, the removal of warts and removal of horn buds in calves
Created by: ambedol
 

 



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