What is compounding?
Drug compounding is often regarded as the process of combining or mixing drugs to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient.
The generic form of Vetmedin is Pimobendan.
Vetmedin is in limited supply. Orders placed will be shipped as product continues to come off backorder.
Pancrezyme (pancreatic enzymes) is used to treat pancreatic insufficiency or maldigestion syndrome. It's used in pets whose bodies are not making a sufficient amount of pancreatic enzymes. Pancrezyme Powder consists of enzymes naturally produced by the pancreas necessary for the digestion of food. Pancrezyme Powder is used as a digestive aid and as replacement therapy for inadequate digestion due to pancreatic insufficiency. Pancreatic enzymes are derived from whole, raw pancreas of pork origin. Pancrezyme Powder may also be used for purposes other than those listed here.
Pancrezyme Powder is a form of pancreatic enzymes normally produced by the pancreas for the purpose of digesting and absorbing fats, proteins, and carbohydrates It is used for those pets in which the enzymes are not produced naturally and in sufficient quantity.
For use in animals with deficient exocrine pancreatic secretions. As a digestive aid in enzyme replacement therapy where digestion of carbohydrate, protein and fat is inadequate.
Lipase, 9,000 USP units
Protease, 57,000 USP units
Amylase, 388,000 USP units
Esterases, peptidases, nucleases, and elastase.
These dosages are adjusted for particular pets, so it’s important that you follow the dosage prescribed by your veterinarian.
The usual dosage for dogs is 2-3 tablets or ¾ to 1 teaspoon of powder taken with each meal.
The usual dosage for cats is ½ to 1 tablet or ¼ to ¾ teaspoon of powder taken with each meal.
Pancrezyme tablets should be administered before each meal, whereas the powder should be added to moistened food and mixed thoroughly. When mixed into the food- let the resulting mix stand for 15-20 minutes before feeding it to your pet. Frequent feeding is crucial to this process, and pets taking this medication should receive at least 3 meals per day. It’s also important that you follow any additional instructions given by your veterinarian.
If your pet experiences any of the following side effects while taking Pancrezyme, stop administering it immediately and seek emergency veterinary medical attention if your pet has an allergic reaction, as characterized by difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, and hives. Talk to your veterinarian if your pet experiences diarrhea or loose stools while taking this medication or if he experiences any additional side effects.
Pancrezyme is a concentrate derived from whole raw pancreas of porcine origin, and therefore should not be given to pets allergic to pork. Talk tol your veterinarian if your pet has any of the following conditions:
Also inform your veterinarian as to whether or not your pet is being given antacids, H2 blockers, or proton pump inhibitors.