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Veterinary Medicines

Injectables, medicinal water-soluble powders, medicinal oral liquids, etc

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, control, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in animals and along with this, it also deals with animal rearing, husbandry, breeding, research on nutrition and product development Veterinary medicines fight diseases and cure various bacteriological infections.

Veterinary medicines consist of injectables, medicinal water-soluble powders, medicinal oral liquids and miscellaneous dosage forms. Veterinary medicine is to animals what doctors are to people. It is important because of the value we place on animals as an important part of nature which has to be preserved. an important food source from food animals.

Veterinary medicines are available on prescription from a veterinarian or as over-the-counter products. They are the most crucial elements for veterinarians. It helps the farmers and pet owners in keeping their animals healthy and free of diseases. The medicines help in lowering the pain in suffering animals and therefore treat the animals for any sickness or illness.

Control of diseases with drugs should be administered only on the idea of an accurate diagnosis. Drugs should be prescribed or distributed only by personnel authorised under national regulations and will be used consistent with the manufacturer's instructions, with particular attention to withdrawal periods. Records should be maintained when veterinary drugs are used.

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, management, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, disorder, and injury in animals. Along with this, it deals with animal rearing, husbandry, breeding, research on nutrition, and product development

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, management, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, disorder, and injury in animals. Along with this, it deals with animal rearing, husbandry, breeding, research on nutrition, and product development

A

  • acepromazine – sedative, tranquilizer, and antiemetic
  • albendazole - antihelminthic
  • alprazolam – benzodiazepine used as an anxiolytic and tranquilizer
  • altrenogest – used to synchronizes estrus
  • amantadine – analgesic for chronic pain
  • aminophylline – bronchodilator
  • amitraz – antiparasitic
  • amitriptyline – tricyclic antidepressant used to treat separation anxiety, excessive grooming dogs and cats
  • amlodipine – calcium channel blocker used to decrease blood pressure
  • amoxicillin – antibacterial
  • apomorphine – emetic (used to induce vomiting)
  • artificial tears – lubricant eye drops used as a tear supplement
  • atenolol – treats cardiac arrythmias, hypertension, and diabetes plus other cardiovascular disorders
  • atipamezole – α2-adrenergic antagonist used to reverse the sedative and analgesic effects of alpha-2 adrenergic receptor agonists

B

  • benazepril – ACE-inhibitor used in heart failure, hypertension, chronic kidney failure and protein-losing nephropathy
  • bethanechol – stimulates bladder contractions, tranquilizer, makes the patient feel no pain
  • bupivacaine – local anesthetic primarily utilized pre- and post-operatively
  • buprenorphine – narcotic for pain relief in cats after surgery
  • butorphanol – mu agonist/kappa antagonist, used as a cough suppressant and for a muscle relaxation effect in horses

C

  • carprofen – COX-2 selective NSAID used to relieve pain and inflammation in dogs and cats
  • cephalexin – antibiotic, particularly useful for susceptible Staphylococcus infections
  • cefovecin – cephalosporin-class antibiotic used to treat skin infections in dogs and cats
  • cefpodoxime – antibiotic
  • ceftiofur – cephalosporin antibiotic
  • chloral hydrate/magnesium sulfate/pentobarbital – combination anesthetic agent
  • chloramphenicol – antibacterial used to treat anaerobic bacterial infections, both Gram-positive and -negative
  • cimetidine – H2 antagonist used to reduce gastric acid production
  • ciprofloxacin – antibiotic of quinolone group
  • clamoxyquine – antiparasitic to treat salmonids for infection with the myxozoan parasite, Myxobolus cerebralis
  • clavamox – antibiotic, used to treat skin and other infections
  • clavaseptin – antibiotic
  • clavulanic acid – adjunct to penicillin-derived antibiotics used to overcome resistance in bacteria that secrete beta-lactamase
  • clenbuterol – decongestant and bronchodilator used for the treatment of recurrent airway obstruction in horses
  • clindamycin – antibiotic with particular use in dental infections with effects against most aerobic Gram-positive cocci
  • clomipramine – primarily used in dogs to treat behavioral problems
  • cyproheptadine – used as an appetite stimulant in cats and dogs

D

  • deracoxib – (NSAID) nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
  • dexamethasone – anti-inflammatory steroid
  • diazepam – benzodiazepine used to treat status epilepticus, also used as a preanaesthetic and a sedative
  • dichlorophene – fungicide, germicide, and antimicrobial agent, also used for the removal of parasites
  • diphenhydramine – histamine blocker
  • doxycycline – antibiotic, also used to treat Lyme disease

E

  • enalapril – ACE-inhibitor used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure
  • enrofloxacin – Broad spectrum antibiotic (Gram-positive and -negative) -- not recommended for streptococci, or anaerobic bacteria
  • equine chorionic gonadotropin – gonadotropic hormone used to induce ovulation in livestock prior to artificial insemination

F

  • fenbendazole – antiparasite drug use for mainly against nematodes
  • fipronil – antiparasiticide
  • flumazenil - reversal agent for benzodiazepines
  • flunixin meglumine – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used as an analgesic and antipyretic in horses
  • furosemide – diuretic used to prevent exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage in horses

G

  • gabapentin – strong pain reliever
  • gentamicin/betamethasone valerate/clotrimazole – combination drug product used to treat ear disease in dogs
  • glycopyrrolate – emergency drug used for cardiac support

H

  • hydromorphone – opioid analgesic used as a premedication
  • hydroxyzine – antihistamine drug used primarily for treatment of allergies

I

  • imidacloprid/moxidectin – antiparasitic product
  • isoxsuprine – vasodilator used for laminitis and navicular disease in horses
  • ivermectin – a broad-spectrum antiparasitic used in horses, cattle, sheep, goats and dogs

K

  • ketamine – dissociative anesthetic and tranquilizer in cats, dogs, horses, and other animals
  • ketoprofen – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)

L

  • levamisole – antiparasitic
  • levetiracetam – anti-convulsant used for seizures
  • levothyroxine – used in the treatment of hypothyroidism
  • lufenuron – insecticide used for flea control

M

  • marbofloxacin – antibiotic
  • maropitant – antiemetic
  • mavacoxib – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • medetomidine – surgical anesthetic and analgesic
  • meloxicam – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • metacam – used to reduce inflammation and pain
  • methimazole – used in treatment of hyperthyroidism
  • methocarbamol - muscle relaxant used to reduce muscle spasms associated with inflammation, injury, intervertebral disc disease, and certain toxicities
  • metoclopramide – potent antiemetic, secondarily as a prokinetic
  • metronidazole – antibiotic against anaerobic bacteria
  • milbemycin oxime – broad spectrum antiparasitic used as an anthelmintic, insecticide and miticide
  • mirtazapine – antiemetic and appetite stimulant in cats and dogs
  • mitratapide – used to help weight loss in dogs
  • morphine – pure mu agonist/opioid analgesic used as a premedication
  • moxifloxacin – antibiotic

N

  • neomycin – antibacterial
  • nimuselide – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • nitarsone – feed additive used in poultry to increase weight gain, improve feed efficiency, and prevent histomoniasis (blackhead disease)
  • nitenpyram – insecticide
  • nitroscanate – anthelmintic used to treat roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms
  • nitroxynil – anthelmintic for fasciola and liver fluke infestations
  • nystatin – antifungal

O

  • oclacitinib – antipruritic
  • ofloxacin – fluoroquinolone antibiotic
  • omeprazole – used for treatment and prevention of gastric ulcers in horses
  • oxibendazole – anthelmintic
  • oxymorphone – analgesic
  • oxytetracycline – antibiotic

P

  • pentobarbital – humane euthanasia of animals not to be used for food
  • pentoxyfylline – xanthine derivative used in as an antiinflammatory drug and in the prevention of endotoxemia
  • pergolide – dopamine receptor agonist used for the treatment of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction in horses
  • phenobarbital – anti-convulsant used for seizures
  • phenylbutazone – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • phenylpropanolamine – controls urinary incontinence in dogs
  • phenytoin/pentobarbital – animal euthanasia product containing phenytoin and pentobarbital
  • pimobendan – phosphodiesterase 3 inhibitor used to manage heart failure in dogs
  • pirlimycin – antimicrobial
  • ponazuril – anticoccidial
  • praziquantel – treatment of infestations of the tapeworms Dipylidium caninum, Taenia pisiformis, Echinococcus granulosus
  • prazosin – sympatholytic used in hypertension and abnormal muscle contractions
  • prednisolone – glucocorticoid (steroid) used in the management of inflammation and auto-immune disease, primarily in cats
  • prednisone – glucocorticoid (steroid) used in the management of inflammation and auto immune disease
  • pregabalin – neuropathic pain reliever and anti-convulsant
  • propofol – short acting intravenous drug used to induce anesthesia
  • pyrantel – effective against ascarids, hookworms and stomach worms

R

  • rafoxanide – parasiticide
  • rifampin – anti-microbial primarily used in conjunction with other erythromycin in the treatment of Rhodococcus equi infections in foals
  • robenacoxib – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • roxarsone – arsenical used as a coccidiostat and for increased weight gain

S

  • selamectin – antiparasitic treating fleas, roundworms, ear mites, heartworm, and hookworms
  • silver sulfadiazine – antibacterial
  • streptomycin – antibiotic used in large animals
  • sucralfate – treats gastric ulcers
  • sulfasalazine – anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic

T

  • Telazol – intravenous drug used to induce anesthesia; combination of tiletamine and zolazepam
  • tepoxalin – nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • theophylline – for bronchospasm and cardiogenic edema
  • thiostrepton – antibiotic
  • thiabendazole – antiparasitic
  • tolfenamic acid — nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
  • tramadol – analgesic
  • triamcinolone acetonide – corticosteroid
  • trimethoprim — used widely for bacterial infections, is in the family of sulfa drugs
  • trimethoprim/sulfadoxine — antibacterial containing trimethoprim and sulfadoxine
  • trilostane – for canine Cushing's (hyperadrenocorticism) syndrome
  • tylosin – antibiotic

U

  • ursodeoxycholic acid (INN) or ursodiol (USAN) — hydrophilic bile acid used to treat liver diseases

X

  • xylazine – α2-adrenergic agonist, used to temporarily sedate animals

Y

  • yohimbine – used to reverse effects of xylazine, also called an "antidote" to xylazine

Z

  • zonisamide – anti-convulsant used for seizures
  • A2
  • Anesthesia - used as a sedative before surgery