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Owner compliance with short term antimicrobial medication in dogs


, : Owner compliance with short term antimicrobial medication in dogs. Australian Veterinary Journal 74(4): 277-280

The degree to which dog owners complied with instructions to administer a 5 to 10 day course of antimicrobial medication to their pets was assessed using microprocessor based monitoring devices. Twenty two clients gave an average of 84% of prescribed doses of amoxycillin-clavulanate. No difference was found between twice and thrice daily dosing regimens in the overall percentage of prescribed doses given. However, timing of doses was far from ideal in many cases and only 34% of doses were given within the designated optimum time period. Adherence to desired dosing intervals tended to be better with twice daily than with thrice daily dosing, although the difference was statistically insignificant.

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Accession: 002914030

PMID: 8937667

DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1996.tb13774.x

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