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Compounded Injectables for Veterinary Use

Author(s):  Yoakum Jenny

Issue:  Mar/Apr 2001 - Compounding for Animals
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Abstract:  This table provides information regarding compounded injections for veterinary use, including anti-inflammatory agents, immobilizing and sedating agents, counterirritants, nutritional supplements for treating vitamin deficiencies, hormones, antibiotics, glucocorticoids, hematologic agents, antidotes and/or chelating agents, analgesic and/or antispasmodic agents, antidiabetes agents and miscellaneous medications.

Related Keywords: veterinary compounding, veterinary injectables

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