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sensitive to painful stimuli. Meloxicam, an NSAID, when administered alone or in combination with gabapentin, (a γ-aminobutyric acid analog), reduces the severity of experimentally induced lameness in beef calves. 3 Meloxicam and flunixin showed differences

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-life of 27 hours. Meloxicam (MEL) is an oxicam-class NSAID that is a preferential inhibitor of cyclooxygenase-2. 11 It is used commonly in livestock production due to its longer half-life (10.7 hours) and high oral bioavailability (96%). 12 , 13 MEL

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Meloxicam, which is an NSAID of the oxicam class, has been used extensively in humans and other animals for the control of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis. 1–4 The drug is available in an injectable formulation approved in

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meloxicam in animals, it is clear that there are marked species differences. 4 This species individuality of meloxicam distribution is similar to the distributions of other NSAIDs and heightens the importance of pharmacokinetic modeling in each species

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reduce signs of pain and inflammation in animals with musculoskeletal disease and after surgery. 1,2 Additionally, NSAIDs can be used in conjunction with other analgesic drugs (eg, opioids) for multimodal analgesia. 3,4 Meloxicam is a commonly used

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allowable drugs for use with egg-laying hens; however, few drugs have recommended dosages or withdrawal times. Previous research 2 – 4 revealed the pharmacokinetics and time of egg residues for meloxicam, a commonly used analgesic in avian medicine, in

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pharmacokinetics of each medication before it is used in a particular species. 17 Recently, meloxicam, a COX-2 selective NSAID, has become more frequently administered in veterinary medicine. Meloxicam's anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antipyretic properties

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Meloxicam is a novel COX-2 selective NSAID that has been used extensively as an analgesic agent in humans and, more recently, in some companion animals. Unlike many other NSAIDs, meloxicam retains high bioavailability after oral administration and

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is practical to use in clinical cases of colic in horses. 6,8 Meloxicam is a preferential COX-2 inhibitor in the enolic acid class of NSAIDs and has a favorable gastrointestinal adverse effect profile in humans, compared with the adverse effect

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,13 flunixin meglumine, 12,13 and meloxicam. 12,13,16 Pharmacokinetics of meloxicam have been reported for several avian species, including chickens, ducks, pigeons, vultures, ostriches, turkeys, and parakeets. 12,13,16,17 In these studies, plasma

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