PancrePlus Tabs RxBy PancrePlus
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PancrePlus Tabs are made from concentrated swine pancreas. Your pet's dose will be determined by their body weight and the severity of their ailment, and should be administered before meals.
Who is PancrePlus Tabs for?
Dogs and cats.
Why use PancrePlus Tabs?
PancrePlus is a replacement treatment for the pancreas. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in pets might benefit from this digestive treatment. Inadequate fat, carbohydrate, and protein digestion result of this disorder.
How does PancrePlus Tabs work?
PancrePlus is a supplement that comprises digestive enzymes derived from porcine pancreas. It works by replacing enzymes that are absent in your pet's diet, allowing for optimal absorption and digestion of all of the nutrients in your pet's usual food.
PancrePlus Tabs is a pancreatic enzyme concentrate of porcine origin.
How is PancrePlus Tabs sold?
Bottles of 100 or 500 tablets.
What are the side effects of PancrePlus Tabs?
Potential side effects include: Allergic reaction (marked by trouble breathing, swollen face, swollen tongue, or swollen lips) Mucosal irritation Loose stools Diarrhea If you notice that your pet has symptoms of an allergic response, pursue emergency treatment.
What special precautions are there?
If the pet seems to be reacting negatively to the product, stop using it.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store PancrePlus Tabs?
Store at room temperature and keep the product sealed.
Fat-soluble vitamin E, vitamin A, and vitamin D3 blood concentrations can be abnormal in cats and dogs with pancreatic insufficiency. These levels are not consistently increased as a result of enzyme treatment. While there is no standard dose range for fat-soluble oral vitamin supplementation, it is a widely acknowledged and encouraged practice.
Your pet's dose should be determined based upon his or her weight and the seriousness of the illness. Follow veterinary advice when administering. Typical recommended dosage for cats is 1/2 to 1 tablet with each meal. Typical recommended dosage for dogs is 2 to 3 tablets with each meal.
Ingredients: Lipase 9,000 USP units Protease 57,000 USP units Amylase 64,000 USP units