Treatment of dermatophytosis caused by Microsporum canis.
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Indications and target species
Cats: Treatment of dermatophytosis caused by Microsporum canis.
• Do not administer to cats with hypersensitivity to itraconazole or any of the other ingredients.
• Do not administer to cats with impaired liver function.
• Salivation may occur, vomiting, diarrhea and anorexia. These effects are usually mild and transient.
• After an overdose of 5 times the usual dose of itraconazole administered for 6 weeks, can be observed reversible clinical side effects: Roughness hair, loss of appetite and weight. An overdose of 3 times the normal dose for 6 weeks did not produce clinical side effects. Both after an overdose of 3 times and 5 times for 6 weeks, reversible changes may occur in serum biochemical parameters indicative of hepatic impairment (increased bilirubin, ALT, AST and ALP). At 5 times overdose a slight increase in segmented neutrophils and a slight decrease in lymphocytes was observed.
• No studies have been performed overdosing on kittens.
Route of administration
Oral, directly into the mouth using a dosing syringe.
Cats: The daily dose is 0.5 ml / kg / day or 5 mg / kg.
• The dosage regimen is 0.5 ml / kg / day for 3 alternate periods of 7 consecutive days, each rest with 7 days between treatments.
• The dosing syringe shows graduations per 100 g body weight.
Do not use in pregnant or nursing cats.
• Do not store at temperatures above 25 ° C.
• Discard any unused solution 5 weeks after opening the package.
• After administration, wash and dry the syringe and firmly screw the cap.
With veterinary prescription.
Glass jar with 52 ml of oral solution, in a cardboard box with a graduated dosing syringe.
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