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Outcomes of 434 dogs with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug toxicosis treated with fluid therapy, lipid emulsion, or therapeutic plasma exchange

Chalifoux, N.V., Butty, E.M., Mauro, K.D., Moyle, R.B., Ehrhardt, C.M., Robertson, J.B., Labato, M.A., Culler, C.A., Londoño,L.A., Vigani, A., Ueda, Y., Suter, S.E. and Lynch, A.M. | Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine | December 2022
The primary objective aim of this multicentre retrospective study was to compare outcome of dogs treated with intravenous administration of fluids (IVF) therapy alone or in combination with lipid emulsion (ILE), therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE), or ILE and TPE for the treatment of carprofen, ibuprofen, and naproxen intoxications…

Lipid emulsion in the management of poisoning

N. Bates | UK Vet Companion Animal | March 2018
Lipid emulsion is the intravenous infusion of a parental lipid formulation, which can be used to manage some toxic substances, particularly fat-soluble (lipophilic) compounds…