Drug therapy in cats: Recommended dosing regimens

Dawn Merton Boothe From the Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, the Texas Veterinary Medical Center, College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-4466.

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Summary

The goal of this series of articles has been to provide a comprehensive review of the literature regarding recommended dosing regimens, therapeutic indications and contraindications, and potential side effects of drugs used in cats. In this fourth and last article, the available information regarding dosage regimens in cats has been consolidated in tabular form to facilitate an effective and rational approach to the pharmacologic prevention and treatment of a variety of feline medical disorders.

Summary

The goal of this series of articles has been to provide a comprehensive review of the literature regarding recommended dosing regimens, therapeutic indications and contraindications, and potential side effects of drugs used in cats. In this fourth and last article, the available information regarding dosage regimens in cats has been consolidated in tabular form to facilitate an effective and rational approach to the pharmacologic prevention and treatment of a variety of feline medical disorders.

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