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, availability of alternatives, and risks of developing resistance. 2 The third-generation cephalosporins are listed as “highest priority critically important” by the WHO. 2 This group includes cefovecin, currently marketed in the US as Convenia, a long

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-lactamase–producing organisms. Thus, prudence would seem to dictate that we limit the use of these drugs to those situations where no other alternative is available. Importantly, Zoetis New Zealand, which distributes Convenia in that country, has stated, “It is prudent to

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put a pill down the cat’s mouth unless they volunteer that it’s easy for them to do and they’ve done it before” (Veterinarian #5). “Convenia was a huge thing. If I offer [owners] that antibiotic, almost 90% take that option even though it’s more

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. Int Conf Dis Zoo Wild Anim 2010;140–141. b. Global reference intervals, ZIMS, Species360, Minneapolis, Minn. c. Convenia, Zoetis, Kalamazoo, Mich. d. Clay Adams compact II, Fisher Scientific, Fair Lawn, NJ. e. VWR International, Radnor, Pa. f

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Chemical Inc, Ferndale, Wash. c. Baking soda, Church & Dwight Co Inc, Ewing, NJ. d. FriendChip, AVID Identification Systems Inc, Norco, Calif. e. Convenia, Zoetis, Florham Park, NJ. f. Shimadzu Prominence, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Columbia

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-release cefovecin sodium (Convenia; 8 mg/Kg, SC, once) as well as an anti-inflammatory dose of prednisone (0.5 mg/Kg, PO, q 24 h for 5 days) before being discharged to the care of her owners. Following discharge, the dog had a second generalized tonic-clonic seizure

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Industries Inc, Cranbury, NJ. e. Deramaxx, Novartis Animal Health Inc, Greensboro, NC. f. Clindamycin hydrochloride capsules USP, Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc, Jacksonville, Fla. g. Convenia, Zoetis, Kalamazoo, Mich. h. Buprenorphine hydrochloride

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consequently, histoplasmosis is not considered zoonotic. 6,7 Footnotes a. Convenia, Zoetis Inc, Kalamazoo, Mich. b. BLAST, National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md. Available at: blast. ncbi

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. Hibitane, Wyeth Animal Health, Guelph, ON, Canada. c. Fucidin, LEO Pharma Inc, Thornhill, ON, Canada. d. Convenia, Pfizer Canada, Kirkland, QC, Canada. e. Bioclav, Novopharm Ltd, Toronto, ON, Canada. f. Doxycycline in sardine oil, Ford's Apothecary

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, Abbott Laboratories, Chicago, Ill. d. Cerenia (10 mg/mL), Pfizer, New York, NY. e. Convenia (80 mg/mL), Zoetis, Kalamazoo, Mich. f. Carafate (1 g/10 mL) Aptalis Pharma US, Bridgewater, NJ. g. Strongid T, Pfizer, New York, NY. h. NutriCal oral

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