What’s new with emesis induction in dogs | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Podcast

In today’s VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Julie Menard, DACVECC, on what’s new with emesis induction in dogs. When it comes to poison ingestion by our canine patients, when should we be inducing emesis, and what are the contraindications? Should we be inducing emesis with every toxin? What’s new with emetics? Learn it here!

Today’s VETgirl podcast is sponsored by Vetoquinol, makers of Clevor, the only FDA-approved ophthalmic emetic agent for dogs. For more information and prescribing directions, go to https://www.vetoquinolusa.com/clevor-info.

CLEVOR® is indicated for the induction of vomiting in dogs.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Do not use in dogs with central nervous system depression or seizures. Do not use in cases of ingestion of sharp foreign objects, corrosive agents (acids or alkalis), volatile substances or organic solvents. CLEVOR® should not be administered in cases with corneal ulceration, ocular irritation, or ocular injury. Do not use when there is a known sensitivity to ropinirole or the inactive ingredients. ADVERSE REACTIONS MAY INCLUDE: Transient mild or moderate hyperemia of the eye, ocular discharge, protrusion of the 3rd eyelid and blepharospasm, transient mild lethargy and increased heart rate. Not recommended for use in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs. CLEVOR® has not been evaluated in dogs with heart or liver impairments or dogs younger than 4.5 months or less than 4 pounds. Dopamine antagonists, neuroleptics and other medicines with antiemetic properties may reduce the effectiveness of ropinirole. CLEVOR® should be administered by a veterinary professional. Gloves and protective eyewear should be worn when administering. Not for use in humans. Keep out of reach of children. For full prescribing information go to: https://www.vetoquinolusa.com/clevor-info.

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