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Evaluating Transdermal Medication Forms for Veterinary Patients, Part 3: Methimazole

Author(s):  Davidson Gigi S

Issue:  Jul/Aug 2001 - Sterile Product Compounding
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Abstract:  Many drugs used in veterinary medicine can be absorbed transdermally to safely produce desired therapeutic plasma concentrations. In this article, the author presents information about methimazole and suggestions for ensuring successful therapy, including a list of monitoring parameters for the efficacy of transdermal methimazole.

Related Keywords: Methimazole, veterinary use, Transdermal medications, veterinary use, methimazole

Related Categories: VETERINARY

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