Mirtazapine (Remeron) Tablets help animals cope with the symptoms of depression. Anorexia and vomiting may also be treated with this medication. The antidepressant should only be used or prescribed by veterinarians.
Who is Mirtazapine Tablets 15 mg 30 Ct. for?
Dogs and cats.
How does Mirtazapine Tablets 15 mg 30 Ct. work?
This medicine targets and limits the brain's contact with bowel and stomach signals to assist in stopping vomiting.
Sun Pharma, Apotex or other generic brand
How is Mirtazapine Tablets 15 mg 30 Ct. sold?
30 tablets of 15 mg strength.
What are the side effects of Mirtazapine Tablets 15 mg 30 Ct.?
If you feel your pet is suffering from serotonin syndrome, give an antidote of cyproheptadine. High blood pressure, rising body temperature, difficulty breathing, pupil dilation, shivering, tremors, rapid heart rate, or overall hyperactivity are all symptoms of serotonin syndrome. Serotonin syndrome is a disorder that occurs when serotonin levels in the brain become excessively high. This issue generally necessitates a mix of treatments. This medicine can induce blood cell line abnormalities in the bone marrow on rare occasions. This medicine might induce blood pressure reductions or heart rate increases in large doses. This medicine can be given to pets with known blood diseases, low platelets, or leukemia, but the animal should be monitored closely. Although this medication reduces cortisol output by the adrenal glands, it should never be used for the treatment of Cushing's disease. Drowsiness is the most commonly reported side effect related with mirtazapine.
What special precautions are there?
Interactions with other medications have been reported. Administer cautiously to pets taking any other medication. Do not administer to animals with hypersensitivity to the drug. Keep out of reach of children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Mirtazapine Tablets 15 mg 30 Ct.?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
Do not abruptly stop taking this drug. Always take a step-by-step approach to weaning.
Use as prescribed by your veterinarian.