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Vetmedin

PRODUCT INFO
Vetmedin, manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., is a cardiac drug approved for oral administration to canines.

How it Works
Vetmedin works to decrease resistance of blood flow by dilating the arteries and veins of the heart. VEtmedin also strengthens the cardiac output which circulates the blood to the rest of the body.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Vetmedin is prescribed to canines to aid in the management of mild to severe heart failure. Particularly cases of heart failure caused by atrioventricular valvular insufficiency or dilated cardiomyopathy.

PET SYMPTOMS

The heart is the power house which keeps the body working. As the heart relaxes and contract it sends blood to every organ of the body, supplying life. All vertebrae containing organisms are unable to survive without the use of the heart. In the condition known as congestive heart failure, the heart muscle fails to function properly. This condition can cause serious complications and can even cause sudden death in serious cases. Symptoms of heart failure include; distension of the abdomen, liver enlargement, breathing difficulties, lethargy, weakness, and collapse.
Cardiomyopathy is a terminology which is reserved for those conditions of the heart which are unexplained. Cardiomyopathy conditions are usually due to mutations of the heart, genetic inheritance conditions, or conditions present at time of birth.  Cardiomyopathy conditions may go unnoticed for the majority of the pet’s life as mild cases cause little to no problems. Abnormalities during auscultator readings and an intolerance to exercise are common indications of a heart condition.
An atrioventricular valvular insufficiency is when the flap of the heart's mitral valve loosens and gradually deteriorates; allowing blood to seep through the valve between beats, leading to congestive heart failure. Veterinary geneticists and cardiologists have developed breeding guidelines to eliminate this hereditary condition.

PET AILMENTS
The heart is an essential organ of every living vertebrae animal. Pet owners should note that pet aliments associated with heart failure include; distension of the abdomen, liver enlargement, breathing difficulties, lethargy, weakness, and collapse.
PETS WITH ALIMENTS

RELATIVE INFO ON BREED MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
The Cavalier is particularly susceptible to Mitral valve disease. Dogs are young as two years old can be affected by this condition. Mitral Valve Disease can begin to emerge at an early age and over half of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are expected to have present with this condition by age five.


QUESTIONS FOR MY VET

1.Who should not take Vetmedin?
Dogs under 6 months of age, lactating or pregnant females, dogs with congenital heart defect, or those diagnosed with diabetes mellitus.

2. What side effects can occur while using this medication?
Poor appetite, lethargy, diarrhea, dyspnea, azotemia, weakness and ataxia, pleural effusion, syncope, cough, sudden death, ascites, and heart murmur.

3. Will Vetmedin cure my dog’s heart condition?
No. This product is simply a management aid, additional therapy will be required.

4. Can my dog take over the counter vitamins while on Vetmedin?
No. herbal medications, vitamins, and any other medication should not be taken with this product unless approved by a veterinarian.

5. What happens if I miss a dose?
a.)Administer dose as soon as you remember, however do not give two doses in one day.

6. What happens if I over dose my dog?
Over dose reactions are rare. In case of accidental over dose seek emergency attention.

7. How can I prevent heart failure?
Heart failure cannot be prevented in a diagnosed dog, it can be prevented from being past to the second generation. Dogs which are diagnosed with a hereditary condition should not be used for breeding.

8. Aside from management medications, what else can I do to treat my dog’s heart condition?
In some cases surgery can be performed to allow blood to pass more freely. Speak with your veterinarian to discuss treatment options.

9. Why do several pet owners choose to manage rather than treat a heart condition?
Every case of heart failure is different, for some surgery is not an option. Others have the opportunity to admit surgery but do not have the means to cover the cost.






 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Dogs:
Administer daily dose in two separate doses.
Half of the dose should be administered in the early morning, the other in the afternoon.
Approximately 12 hours should be in-between doses.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
 
Species     Dose       
Dog           0.23/lb (0.5mg/kg) of body weight    

 

Ingredients
 
Ingredient Name                           Basis of Strength    Strength       
PIMOBENDAN (PIMOBENDAN)    PIMOBENDAN        1.25 Mg & 5 Mg  
 

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