Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules RxBy Teva
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Cyclosporine Capsules are the generic alternative to Atopica. This selective immunomodulator effectively treats atopic dermatitis (eczema).
Who is Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules for?
Dogs must be 6 months or older.
Why use Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules?
Cyclosporine treats: Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye/KCS) Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
How does Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules work?
Cyclosporine acts by interfering with the generation of interleukin by helper T-lymphocytes. Other immunosuppressants destroy immune system cells, but this medicine operates in a distinct, one-of-a-kind method.
Teva, Apotex or other generic brand
Cyclosporine USP 25 mg
How is Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules sold?
Sold in strengths of 25 mg, 50 mg, 100 mg 30 soft gelatin capsules
What are the side effects of Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules?
Diarrhea Vomiting Inappetence Other Digestive Upset Symptoms
What special precautions are there?
If your pet experiences any of these side effects, pursue emergency treatment, as they can be symptoms of a serious side effect: Runny Nose Coughing Sneezing Tiredness Painful Urination Fever Over 103° This product is a powerful systemic immunnosuppressant. It has the ability to make the animal more susceptible to neoplasia development and infection.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Cyclosporine (modified) 30 Capsules?
If your pet gets a runny nose, coughing, sneezing, lethargy, painful urination, or a fever (above 103°), contact your veterinarian right away. These signs might be warning indications of potentially hazardous adverse reactions.
Despite the fact that the FDA has not approved Cyclosporine for use in cats, veterinarians frequently recommend and prescribe it for this purpose. Blood levels are normally not monitored when used to treat atopic dermatitis. The major factor is the drug's concentration in the skin. The amounts of cyclosporine in the skin of the animal cannot be measured. Variations in blood level estimations might be caused by the laboratory that processes the test. In cats, the lowest daily blood level should be 250ng to 1,000ng/mL, and in dogs, it should be should be 100ng to 500ng/mL. Cyclosporine levels in the blood are usually measured on the first or second day of treatment, and then every 2 to 4 weeks after that. Because a single oral dosage does not dependably produce a predicted blood level, regular monitoring is advised. Atopic dermatitis in dogs should be treated once a day for the first several days, then decreased to every other day (or even less often). Depending on the disease being treated, give one or two doses every day.
Cyclosporine USP 100 mg