Trygge medisiner

 

Kim Chilson

WARNING, important !!!

Administration of drugs: the conformation of the rabbit body can be misleading...

 

Drugs

Drug Safety, by Kathy Smith

Questions related to the administration of a drug to a rabbit, by Steve Clegg

Subcutaneous Injections in Rabbits - Drawing the medicine into a syringe, by Naomi Dutch

 

Analgesics (pain medication):

Analgesic drugs safe for use in rabbits

Butorphanol

 

Anesthetic agents:

Pre-anesthetic drugs safe for use in rabbits

Anesthetic drugs safe for use in rabbits

 

Antibiotics:

Antibiotics *safe*  for use in rabbits

Cream that helps treat urine burn in rabbits, by Audrey Libouton

Antibiotics endangering the life of rabbits

 

 Anti-parasitic:

Insecticidal or anti-parasitic drugs, safe for use in rabbits (table)

Drugs eliminating intestinal worms, safe for use in rabbits (table)

Treatment options for Encephalitozoon cuniculi, a protozoal parasite of the nervous system in rabbits

Prevention and treatment of Encephalitozoon cuniculi infection in rabbits with fenbendazole, by Suter C, Muller-Doblies UU, Hatt JM, Deplazes P.

 

Glucocorticosteroids (steroids)

Corticosteroids: best avoided in rabbits

 

Gut motility drugs:

Cisapride

Metoclopramide HCl

Use of GI stimulating drugs in rabbits suffering from diarrhea ? 

 

Sludge treatment

Use of liquid magnesium in rabbits with chronic sludge

 

 Veterinary abbreviations:

Abbreviations for administration of medications 

 

Thanks to Kim Chilson, for her lovely illustrations

 

 

 

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