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Old 04-05-2008, 06:04 PM
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Drugs.com has an online veterinary drug database as well as a human drug one.


Vet Drug Database


Human Drug Database.


This is the UK NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) Compendium of Veterinary Drugs. If you wanted to look up something like trilostane, you'd find information on it here.

You can look it up by Active Ingredient, selecting "T" for trilostane-


By UK Brand Name, selecting "V" for Vetoryl--

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Default Re: Interaction Tetracyclines and insulin

Doxycycline and other tetracyclines can increase sensitivity to insulin.

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Canine Diabetes Wiki page on various medications which can interact with diabetes.

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