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FDA new update

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by jessermcdaniel, Feb 25, 2019.


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    before some time FDA said some drugs are not safe for pet mostly it include Flea and tick products but now FDA approves following products Bravecto, Nexgard and simparica.

    this products are approved for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations and treatment and control of the tick infestation.


    What should I do if my pet has an adverse drug event while using an isoxazoline product?
    • The FDA keeps on observing unfriendly medication occasion reports for these items and energizes pet proprietors and veterinarians to report unfavorable medication occasions. You can do this by answering to the medications' producers, who are required to report this data to the FDA, or by presenting a report specifically to the FDA.

    • To report presumed unfavorable medication occasions for these items and additionally acquire a duplicate of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or for specialized help, contact the proper makers at the accompanying telephone numbers:

    · the following phone numbers:

    o Merck Animal Health (Bravecto): 800-224-5318

    o Elanco Animal Health (Credelio): 888-545-5973

    o Merial (Nexgard): 888-637-4251

    o Zoetis (Simparica): 888-963-8471
     
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