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Mupirocin is an antibiotic that can be used to ward off a number of different bacterial infections, both gram positive and negative. A topical ointment used to treat bacterial infections of the skin, mupirocin both prevents the growth of bacteria and kills it. Mupirocin is useful against major bacterial infections like staph infections, as well as safe to use on milder infections like pyoderma.
While there are no known negative interactions between mupirocin and other drugs, there are circumstances in which mupirocin should be used with caution. Due to the inclusion of polyethylene in the base of this ointment, nephrotoxicity is a possible reaction from using mupirocin on deep wounds. Also, the safety of mupirocin has not been tested on pregnant or nursing pets, so caution should be used.
Apply to the affected area twice a day, covering the entire infected area.
Bactroban, Bactoderm, Muricin
The only known reaction to mupirocin is a hypersensitivity to the drug. Overuse can result in certain types of toxicity, so treatment should never exceed 30 days.
Fleas and lice can be harmful to both you and your beloved pet. The first step in avoiding these annoying insects is to learn how they can be caught, passed, and most importantly, prevented.
Insect parasites or allergies can cause a sensation that leaves pets with an uncontrollable desire to scratch; this is referred to as pruritus. Learn how to help your pet if pruritus strikes here.
Desoximetasone, the generic of Topicort, is a very strong, topical anti-inflammatory ointment used to help treat arthritis, allergies, asthma, and other ailments. Learn more about the use of Desoximetasone for dogs and cats here.
An injection-only bactericidal, cefazolin is used to treat bacterial infections that are susceptible to this type of antibiotic (mainly gram positive). While it is not designed for use in cats or dogs, being an extra-label drug, it is often given to pets in a hospital. Learn more about the use of cefazolin for dogs and cats here.
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