Primidone Tablets are used to prevent seizures from occurring. It's a one-of-a-kind drug that has been demonstrated in animal experiments to have the capacity to alter the seizure-triggering chemical within the brain. Electroshock or chemoshock thresholds may rise as a result of this change.
Who is Primidone 250 mg Tablet for?
Dogs and sometimes prescribed to cats under veterinarian supervision.
Why use Primidone 250 mg Tablet?
Primidone is a seizure medication that has been licensed for long-term use. When this medicine is injected into the body, it acts to reduce the number and intensity of epileptic episodes. Furthermore, it may be able to reduce seizures caused by illnesses like as viral encephalitis and distemper.
How does Primidone 250 mg Tablet work?
Upon entering the body, this medication is designed to convert to phenobarbital. It is a potent anticonvulsant that reduces nerve impulses and so reduces seizures.
How is Primidone 250 mg Tablet sold?
Sold by the tablet in 250 mg strength
What are the side effects of Primidone 250 mg Tablet?
Weight Gain Increased Appetite Increased Urination Increased Thirst Agitation Anxiety Liver Toxicity
What special precautions are there?
Keep out of the reach of children, and exercise caution when administering to dogs who: Are dehydrated Are anemic Have Addison's disease Have kidney disease Have respiratory disease
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Primidone 250 mg Tablet?
Keep stored in a cool and dry environment
Do not abruptly discontinue treatment, as this can result in seizures. Ensure that your pet has constant access to clean drinking water.
Make sure your pet always has access to clean drinking water. Around 83 grams of HA Hypoallergenic Canine Formula is contained in a 1 cup measurement. Please keep in mind that any feeding recommendations are only guidelines, and that feeding recommendations are based on a 1 cup (ounces) dosage. Consult a veterinarian for further information about pups. The amount of food a dog should consume is totally dependent on the dog's particular needs and medical recommendations. This food should be fed according to body weight and veterinary recommendations.