Naproxen-induced toxicosis in a dog
|Title||Naproxen-induced toxicosis in a dog|
|Author(s)||M. A. Gilmour, R. Walshaw|
|Journal||Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association|
|Abstract||Naproxen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, induced gastric ulceration and bleeding in a dog. Clinical signs included vomiting, anemia, melena, and weakness. The dog responded to a blood transfusion and supportive treatment (lactated Ringer's solution with added K+ and B vitamins, an antacid, and cimetidine). Naproxen had been given to the dog by the owner, as treatment for shoulder stiffness.|
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