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The efficacy of clemastine (Tavist), a fatty acid-containing product (Derm Caps), and the combination of both products in the management of canine pruritus


, : The efficacy of clemastine (Tavist), a fatty acid-containing product (Derm Caps), and the combination of both products in the management of canine pruritus. Veterinary Dermatology 2(1): 17-20

A total of 30 dogs with pruritus associated with atopy or idiopathy were treated with the H1-blocking antihistamine, clemastine (Tavist), a fatty acid-containing nutritional supplement (Derm Caps/Derm Caps ES), and both products simultaneously.

Accession: 002249690

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3164.1991.tb00105.x

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