Potency of ophthalmic steroids

Unfortunately, the recent change in legal status of marijuana in many states has caused the number of poisoned pets to skyrocket. If a client is travelling to or expecting visitors from a state where marijuana is legal, ensure all drug products are kept strictly out of reach of pets (and children as well!). One veterinarian in Colorado reports treating at least 2 cases weekly where a pet has ingested medical marijuana in a “edible” form. Ingestion of  Cannabis sativa  by companion animals can result in CNS depression, tachycardia, hypothermia, and ataxia, as well as vomiting, diarrhea, drooling, increased heart rate, and even seizures and coma. Emetics are of limited effectiveness due to the antiemetic effect of THC. The reported lethal dose for dogs is over 3g per kg of body weight. 2

Potency of ophthalmic steroids

potency of ophthalmic steroids

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