Corvental D Capsules for Dogs contain Theophylline and are used for the treatment of bronchitis and congestive heart failure in dogs.
- Concurrent use of beta-sympathomimetics is contra-indicated, as additive or synergistic interactions, resulting in exaggerated side effects may result.
- Do not use in dogs with a known history of epileptiform seizures as convulsions have been reported in patients on theophylline treatment, often with no preceding signs of toxicity and in otherwise apparently normal animals.
- Theophylline should be used with caution in patients with liver disease. If vomiting occurs, the dose should be reduced or the treatment discontinued.
Use during pregnancy, lactation or lay:
- When theophylline is prescribed to pregnant bitches, the risk-benefit of the treatment should be assessed. Only small amounts of theophylline are excreted in milk.
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