Canine and Feline Dermatology Drug Handbook

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John Wiley & Sons, 2012 - Medical - 446 pages
This comprehensive handbook summarizes dermatological drugs for feline and canine patients. It covers oral, topical and injectable medications suitable for cats and dogs. Vital information given for each drug includes: indications, contraindications, mechanism of action, dosage, formulations, side-effects, drug interactions and monitoring. Both American and European trade names are provided alongside generic names for ease of reference.

The book is divided into 4 sections. The first covers systemic dermatological agents. The second section presents topical dermatological agents. The third section covers allergen-specific immunotherapy. The fourth section lists dermatological conditions and the drugs commonly used to treat each disease, and directs the reader to the information on those drugs.

Canine and Feline Dermatology Drug Handbook is an essential reference for quick daily use in a clinical setting. Ideal for veterinarians in first opinion practice as well as those specializing in dermatology.

KEY FEATURES

  • Lists drugs alphabetically for treatment of dermatological diseases in dogs and cats
  • Covers oral, topical and injectable drugs
  • Includes both American and European trade names
  • Written by dermatology and pharmacology specialists
  • Presented in an easy-to-use reference format
 

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Contents

Behavior Modifying Drugs Selective Serotonin
9
Antibacterials Betalactam
11
Cefadroxil
25
Antibacterials Tetracyclines
28
Antibacterials Fluoroquinolones
38
Clofazimine
45
Clomipramine hydrochloride
46
Cyclosporine
56
Terbinafine hydrochloride
198
Thyrotropin
201
Cyclophosphamide 54
208
Vitamins
212
Voriconazole
215
Lidocaine prilocaine
225
Hydrocortisone aceponate
239
Phytosphingosine salicyloyl
253

Dapsone
62
Dexamethasone
64
Difloxacillin hydrochloride
70
Essential fatty acids
83
Ethambutol
85
Hydroxychloroquine sulfate
98
Immunoglobulin human intravenous hIVIG
102
Immunomodulatory Agents
105
Iodide potassium
109
Leflunomide
120
Levothyroxine sodium
122
Marbofloxacin hydrochloride
133
Megestrol acetate
137
Methylprednisolonemethylprednisolone acetate
141
Minocycline hydrochloride
146
Mitotane opDDD
150
Moxifloxacin
153
Mycophenolate mofetil
154
Pentoxifylline
169
Posoconazole
174
Pradofloxacin
176
Prednisoneprednisolone
177
Antibacterials Potentiated Sulfonamides
193
Sulfasalazine
195
Mupirocin pseudomonic acid
267
Chloroxylenol PCMX
281
Ketoconazole
295
Terbinafine hydrochloride
309
Immunomodulatory Agents Immunostimulant
319
Antiparasitic Agents
327
Fipronil Smethoprene
333
Permethrin and permethrin combinations
347
Rotenone
360
Ceruminolytic agents
374
Antiparasitic preparations
388
AllergenSpecific Immunotherapy
395
Amitriptyline hydrochloride 9
405
Sterile InflammatoryImmuneMediated Skin Diseases
408
Doramectin 73
411
Endocrine Skin Disorders
414
Chlorpheniramine maleate 36
424
Interferon alpha recombinant human 103
426
Lufenuron milbemycin oxime 131
427
Index
435
Colchicine 50
437
Meglumine antimoniate 138
442
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About the author (2012)

Sandra N. Koch is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Dermatology at the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology

Sheila M. F. Torres is an Associate Professor in Dermatology at the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology.

Donald C. Plumb was formerly Director of Pharmacy Services and Hospital Director at the University of Minnesota's Veterinary Medical Center. He is the author of Plumb's Veterinary Drug Handbook, now in its seventh edition.

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