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Pet Pharmacist Guide
Generic name: furosemide
Brand name(s):
Lasix®, Distal®, Furotabs®
Drug class
: Loop diuretic

Indications:

• Adjunctive treatment of other conditions such as congestive heart failure (CHF), pulmonary Furosemide is available only by prescription from a veterinarian.

How supplied:

• Tablets: 12.5 mg, 20 mg, 40 mg, 50 mg, 80 mg. Storage:
• Room temperature; in a tight, light-resistant container. Dosage recommendations (may vary):
Dogs:

• For general diuresis: 2.2-4.4 mg/kg orally once or twice a day at 6-8 hour intervals. • For CHF, ascites: 0.5-2 mg/kg orally every 8-24 hours. • For hypertension: 1-2 mg/kg orally two times a day. • For pulmonary edema: 1-4 mg/kg orally every 8-24 hours. • For general diuresis: 2.2-4.4 mg/kg orally once or twice a day at 6-8 hour intervals (lower dose • For CHF, ascites: 0.5-2 mg/kg orally every 8-24 hours. • For hypertension: 1-2 mg/kg orally two times a day. • For pulmonary edema: 1-2 mg/kg orally every 12-72 hours; 2-4 mg/kg orally every 8-12 hours How and when to give:
• Try to give the medication at about the same time each day. Contraindications:
• If pet is allergic or has had a reaction to drug, or has anuria or progressive renal disease. Precautions:
• If pet has diabetes, impaired liver functioning, preexisting fluid or electrolyte imbalances. www.blueluck.com
2012 BlueLuck and the Blue Shamrock Logo are registered trademarks of Stason Animal Health, Inc. All rights reserved. This Pet Owner Guide may be printed, photocopied, or reproduced only by an individual for use by a licensed pharmacist or under a licensed pharmacist's supervision. The information provided is for informational purposes only, and has been written to supplement your general knowledge. It is not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment by a licensed veterinarian or physician. Warnings:
• Drug may induce fluid and electrolyte abnormalities. Possible drug interactions:
• Aminoglycosides, amphotericin B, aspirin, corticosteroids, corticotropin, digitalis, other diuretics, insulin, probenecid, succinylcholine, sulfinpyrazone, theophylline, tubocurarine. Adverse reactions:
• May include: Drowsiness, excessive thirst, fast heart rate, reduced urination in relation to fluid intake, restlessness, stomach upset, or weakness. Overdose/Toxicity:
• Manage with gut emptying and supportive treatment; avoid concomitant cathartics; monitor for Important note:
To report a suspected overdose or adverse reaction, call: Stason Animal Health, Inc. at
1-855-258-3582.
Information for pet owners:
Furosemide is a diuretic (water pill) used to:

• Treat high blood pressure (hypertension). • Help treat other conditions such as congestive heart failure (CHF). • Help reduce excess fluid or swelling (ascites, edema).
Furosemide is available only by prescription from your veterinarian.
Give as directed by your veterinarian.

• Only give to the pet for which it was prescribed. • Try to give the medication at about the same time each day. Side effects and what to look for:
• Drowsiness, excessive thirst, fast heart rate, reduced urination in relation to fluid intake, restlessness, stomach upset, or weakness. Call your veterinarian:
• Prior to use if your pet is allergic, has had a reaction to the drug, or is taking any other drugs or • If side effects or an overdose occurs, or before stopping the medication. • If you have questions about the therapy. • To schedule follow-up visits as directed. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children and your pets. Contact your pharmacy for refills 3-4 days before the last dose. To report a suspected overdose or side effect, call: Stason Animal Health, Inc. at 1-855-258-3582. www.blueluck.com
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