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PostScription: What Lies Beneath: Potentially Harmful Excipients to Avoid when Compounding for Small Animals--A Note of Caution

Author(s):  Rost Erika

Issue:  Nov/Dec 2016 - Volume 20, Number 6
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Related Keywords: Erika Rost, PharmD, MBA, veterinary compounding, small animals, excipients, toxicity, xylitol, polysorbate 80, azo dyes, species-specific sensitivity, drug safety

Related Categories: EXCIPIENTS, VETERINARY, ADVERSE DRUG EVENTS

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