Inflamed skin (dogs)


Privately owned adult dogs referred to the dermatology service at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, University of California-Davis, USA, were diagnosed with superficial and/or deep pyoderma (criteria: clinical, cytological and histopathological examination). Another group of privately owned adult dogs with no underlying dermatological or metabolic disease served as control group 10.

Comparison of Veraflox® concentration before and at 2 hours and 4 hours after once-daily oral administration of 3 mg/kg body weight to clinically healthy dogs and dogs with pyoderma on day 0, day 3-6 and day 28-42 10.

In dogs with pyoderma, Veraflox® reaches skin concentrations that are significantly higher than concentrations of skin from clinically normal dogs.

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