Veterinary Drug Handbook (VDH) is the reference veterinarians turn to when they want an independent source of information on the drugs that are used in veterinary medicine today.

ACYCLOVIR

↪ Doses - ACYCLOVIR Chemistry - An antiviral agent, acyclovir (also known as ACV or acycloguanosine), occurs as a white, crystalline powder. 1.3 mg is soluble in one ml of water. Acyclovir sodium has a solubility of greater than 100 mg/ml in water. However, at a pH of 7.4 at 37°C it is... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACETYLCYSTEINE

↪ Description - ACETYLCYSTEINE Dogs: For acetominophen toxicity: a) 150 mg/kg PO or IV initially, then 50 mg/kg q4h for 17 additional doses. (Bailey 1986a) b) Loading dose of 140 mg/kg PO or IV (as a 5% solution), then 70 mg/kg every 4 hoursfor 3-5 treatments. (Oehme 1986a) c) Loading dose... ↪ Read more
 

ACETYLCYSTEINE

↪ Doses - ACETYLCYSTEINE Chemistry - The N-acetyl derivative of L-cysteine, acetylcysteine occurs as a white, crystallinepowder with a slight acetic odor. It is freely soluble in water or alcohol. Acetylcysteine may also beknown as N-acetylcysteine or N-Acetyl-L-cysteine.Storage, Stability,... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID

↪ Description - ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID Dogs: For adjunctive therapy of persistent struvite uroliths and persistent urease-producingbacteria after treating with antibiotics and calculolytic diets: 25 mg/kg/day in two divideddoses PO. (Osborne, Lulich et al. 1993) Monitoring Parameters - 1)... ↪ Read more
 

ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID

↪ Doses - ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID Chemistry - An inhibitor of urease, acetohydroxamic acid (also known as AHA, Acetic acid oxime, N-Acetylhydroxylamide, or N-Hydroxyacetamide) occurs as a white crystal having a pKa of 9.32-9.4 and a pH of about 9.4. In one ml of water, 850 mg is soluble and... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACETIC ACID

↪ Description - ACETIC ACID Cattle/Ruminants: For cattle with putrefaction of rumen associated with a high rumen pH: a) 4 - 10 liters of vinegar. (Constable 1993)Horses: For enterolith prevention: a) Using vinegar: 250 ml/450 kg body weight PO once daily (Robinson 1992) Dosage... ↪ Read more
 

ACETIC ACID

↪ Doses - ACETIC ACID Chemistry - Glacial acetic acid is C2H4O2. Acetic acid has a distinctive odor and a sharp acidtaste. It is miscible with water, alcohol or glycerin. Much confusion can occur with the percentagesof C2H4O2 contained in various acetic acid solutions. Acetic Acid USP is... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACETAZOLAMIDE SODIUM

↪ Description - ACETAZOLAMIDE SODIUM Directions for reconstitution of injection: Reconstitute 500 mg vial with at least 5 ml of Sterile Water for Injection; use within 24 hours after reconstitution.Dogs: For adjunctive treatment of metabolic alkalosis: a) 10 mg/kg qid (may aggravate... ↪ Read more
 

ACETAZOLAMIDE SODIUM

↪ Doses - ACETAZOLAMIDE SODIUM Chemistry - A carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, acetazolamide occurs as a white to faintly yellowish-white, odorless, crystalline powder with pKas of 7.4 and 9.1. It is very slightly soluble in water andsparingly soluble in hot water (90-100°C), and sparingly... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACETAMINOPHEN

Dogs: As an analgesic: a) 15 mg/kg PO q8h (Dodman 1992) b) 10 mg/kg PO q12h (Kelly 1995) b) In the treatment of degenerative myelopathy (in German Shepherds): 5 mg/kg PO (not to exceed 20 mg/kg per day) (Clemmons 1991) In combination with codeine as an analgesic: a) Using a 60 mg codeine and 300... ↪ Read more
 

ACETAMINOPHEN

↪ Doses - ACETAMINOPHEN Chemistry - A synthetic non-opiate analgesic, acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol occurs as a crystalline, white powder with a slightly bitter taste. It is soluble in boiling water and freely soluble in alcohol. Acetaminophen is known in the U.K. as... ↪ Read more
 

Doses - ACEPROMAZINE MALEATE

↪ Description - ACEPROMAZINE MALEATE Note: The manufacturer's dose of 0.5 - 2.2 mg/kg for dogs and cats is considered bymany clinicians to be 10 times greater than is necessary for most indications. Give IV doses slowly;allow at least 15 minutes for onset of action.Dogs: a) Premedication:... ↪ Read more
 
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