Furosemide Oral Solution (Salix) is used to treat pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs) and heart failure. It is also useful in addressing particular electrolyte imbalances, such as excessive potassium or calcium levels.
Who is Furosemide 10mg/ml Oral Solution 60 ml for?
Dogs, cats and horses.
Why use Furosemide 10mg/ml Oral Solution 60 ml?
Furosemide Oral Solution is a saluretic-diuretic that relieves edema quickly. This fast-acting composition has a high therapeutic index and low inherent toxicity, as well as a short duration and excellent efficacy.
How does Furosemide 10mg/ml Oral Solution 60 ml work?
Furosemide causes the kidneys to eliminate more salt and water from the blood. The additional salt and water are subsequently excreted in the urine of the animal.
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What are the side effects of Furosemide 10mg/ml Oral Solution 60 ml?
If you see any symptoms of an adverse reaction, stop using this product immediately and seek veterinary help. Swollen throat, tongue, lips, or face, hives, and difficulty breathing are some of the symptoms. If you see indications of a major adverse reaction, stop using the product immediately and contact your veterinarian. Jaundice, dark urine, inappetence, fever, stomach pain, nausea, hearing loss, vesicles around the groin, ears, or mouth, bullseye lesions, hair loss, unusual weakness, bleeding, lack of urination or decreased urination, muscle pain or weakness, irregular heartbeat, restlessness, drowsiness, weakness, vomiting, nausea, thirst, and dry mouth are just some of the symptoms. If your pet displays indications of a less severe response, continue therapy and visit your veterinarian. Blurred vision, dizziness, headaches, stomach discomfort, constipation, and diarrhea are some of the symptoms. Other negative effects are possible. If you detect any symptoms that your pet is acting strangely or seems to be uncomfortable, contact your veterinarian.
What special precautions are there?
When administered in pregnant animals, this medicine poses a risk to the fetus. It is also found in breast milk and is transmitted through it. People who are hypersensitive to sulfonamides may also be hypersensitive to this drug. Animal studies on this illness have yet to be conducted. If your pet has diarrhea or vomiting, keep an eye on them since they're more prone to develop an electrolyte imbalance, which might get worse with this medicine. When giving to an animal with dehydration, diabetes, or impaired liver function, use care. Do not give to an anuric pet (one who cannot make urine) or one who has significant electrolyte depletion or imbalance.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Furosemide 10mg/ml Oral Solution 60 ml?
Keep in a dry environment at room temperature between 59-86° F. Do not freeze.
Use as prescribed by your veterinarian.