Cimalgex 80 mg ad us. vet.

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  • Cimalgex® 80 mg ad us. vet., teilbare Tabletten
  • Darreichungsform:
  • teilbare Tabletten
  • Verwenden für:
  • Tiere
  • Art der Medizin:
  • allopathic Droge

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  • Therapiegruppe:
  • Nichtsteroidaler Entzündungshemmer für Hunde

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Status

  • Quelle:
  • Institut für Veterinärpharmakologie
  • Zulassungsnummer:
  • 61525
  • Letzte Änderung:
  • 02-09-2017

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Cimalgex

80 mg ad us. vet., teilbare Tabletten

Vetoquinol AG

Nichtsteroidaler Entzündungshemmer für Hunde

ATCvet: QM01AH93

Zusammensetzung

Cimicoxib 80 mg

Aromatica

Excip. pro compr.

Fachinformationen Wirkstoffe (CliniPharm)

Cimicoxib

Eigenschaften / Wirkungen

Cimicoxib ist ein nichtsteroidaler Entzündungshemmer der Coxib-Gruppe. Er wirkt durch

selektive Inhibierung des Enzyms Cyclo-Oxygenase-2. Cyclo-Oxygenase-2 ist in die

Produktion von Prostaglandinen involviert, welche als Mediatoren fungieren bei der

Schmerz-, Entzündungs- und Fieberreaktion sowie bei der Ödembildung.

Pharmakokinetik

Nach oraler Verabreichung ohne Futter in empfohlener Dosierung von 2 mg/kg/KGW wird

Cimicoxib rasch absorbiert und T

beträgt 2.25 ± 1.24 Stunden. Die maximale

Plasmakonzentration C

beträgt 0.39 ± 0.09 µg/ml: die AUC beträgt

1.67 ± 0.47 µg*Stunden/ml. Orale Bioverfügbarkeit: 44.53 ± 10.26%. Die

Eliminationshalbwertszeit (T½) beträgt 1.38 ± 0.24 Stunden. Die Verabreichung von

Cimicoxib mit Futter beeinflusste die Bioverfügbarkeit nicht signifikant, hingegen wurde

signifikant beeinflusst. Cimicoxib wird in der Leber durch Demethylierung und

Kopplung an Glucuronsäure inaktiviert.

Wiederholte orale Gaben von Cimicoxib während 10 Tagen in Dosierung von

2 mg/kg/KGW bei Hunden mit milder Niereninsuffizienz hatten keinen Einfluss auf die

Pharmakokinetik, weshalb die Dosierung nicht angepasst werden muss.

Indikationen

Zur Behandlung von Schmerzen und Entzündungen infolge Osteoarthritis sowie

Schmerzen nach orthopädischen oder weichteilchirurgischen Eingriffen bei Hunden.

Die schmackhaften Tabletten können mit oder ohne Futter verabreicht werden. Die

Dosierung beträgt einmal täglich 2 mg Cimicoxib/kg/KGW. Die Tabletten sind teilbar: die

8 mg in zwei gleiche Hälften, die 30 mg in drei gleiche Drittel und die 80 mg in vier gleiche

Viertel.

Anzahl Tabletten nach Dosierungsstärke

Körpergewicht

in kg

Cimalgex

8 mg

Cimalgex

30 mg

Cimalgex

80 mg

3 - 4

1 + ½

7 - 8

9 - 11

2 + ½

13 - 17

18 - 22

23 - 28

1 + ⁄

29 - 33

34 - 38

2 + ⁄

39 - 44

45 - 48

49 - 54

1 + ¼

55 - 68

1 + ½

Körpergewicht

in kg

mg Cimicoxib/kg

3 - 4

2.0 - 2.7

7 - 8

2.0 - 2.3

9 - 11

1.8 - 2.2

13 - 17

1.8 - 2.3

18 - 22

1.8 - 2.2

23 - 28

1.8 - 2.2

29 - 33

1.8 - 2.1

34 - 38

1.8 - 2.1

39 - 44

1.8 - 2.1

45 - 48

1.9 - 2.1

49 - 54

1.9 - 2.0

55 - 68

1.8 - 2.2

Dauer der Behandlung

Bei Behandlung von perioperativen Schmerzen nach orthopädischen oder

Weichteiloperationen: 1 Anwendung 2 Stunden vor der Operation gefolgt von

Anwendungen während 3 - 7 Tagen.

Schmerz- und Entzündungsbekämpfung im Zusammenhang mit Osteoarthritis: 90 Tage.

Überdosierung

Nach Gabe der dreifachen und der fünffachen Dosis (5.8 - 11.8 bzw. 9.7 - 19.5 mg/kg

KGW) über 6 Monate traten dosisabhängig gastrointestinale Störungen, Änderungen des

Blutbildes und Nierenschäden (z.B. leichtgradige papilläre Nekrosen) auf. Bei

Überdosierungen können nichtsteroidale Antiphlogistika wie Cimalgex

gastrointestinale,

renale oder hepatische Toxizität entfalten. Da ein entsprechendes Antidot fehlt, werden

eine symptomatische Therapie mit gastrointestinalen protektiven Agenzien, die Infusion

isotonischer Salzlösung und situativ weitere Massnahmen empfohlen.

Anwendungseinschränkungen

Kontraindikationen

Cimalgex

sollte nicht angewendet werden

-bei Tieren mit gastrointestinalen Ulzera

-bei Tieren mit Blutungsneigung

bei gleichzeitiger Behandlung mit Kortikosteroiden oder anderen nichtsteroidalen

Entzündungshemmern (NSAIDs)

-bei Überempfindlichkeit gegenüber Cimicoxib oder den enthaltenen Hilfsstoffen

-bei trächtigen oder säugenden Tieren, da entsprechende Studien bei der Zieltierart fehlen

-bei Tieren, die jünger als 8 Wochen sind

Vorsichtsmassnahmen

Bei Tieren, welche an verminderter Herz- oder Leberfunktion leiden, sollte eine Therapie

mit Cimalgex

nur unter sorgfältiger tierärztlicher Überwachung erfolgen. In seltenen

Fällen wurden erhöhte Nierenlaborwerte festgestellt. Bei Langzeitanwendung sollte die

Nierenfunktion überprüft werden.

Bei Tieren mit leichtgradiger Niereninsuffizienz wurden in einer Studie unter wiederholter

Gabe von Cimicoxib 2 mg/kg Körpergewicht keine veränderten biochemischen Routine-

Plasmaparameter oder Einflüsse auf die Pharmakokinetik festgestellt. Deshalb kann bei

leichtgradiger Niereninsuffizienz auf eine Dosisanpassung verzichtet werden.

Angesichts des Risikos renaler Toxizität sollte das Produkt nicht bei dehydrierten,

hypovolämischen oder hypotonischen Tieren angewendet werden. Eine gleichzeitige

Gabe potentiell nephrotoxischer Arzneimittel ist zu vermeiden.

Da das Tierarzneimittel aromatisiert ist, besteht die Gefahr, dass Hunde die Tabletten

gezielt aufsuchen und übermässig aufnehmen. Aus diesem Grund ist das Präparat für

Tiere unerreichbar aufzubewahren.

Unerwünschte Wirkungen

VetVigilance: Pharmacovigilance-Meldung erstatten

Häufig wurden milde, vorübergehende gastrointestinale Störungen (Erbrechen und/oder

Durchfall) beobachtet.

In seltenen Fällen wurden schwerwiegende gastrointestinale Störungen wie Blutungen und

Geschwürbildung, festgestellt. Andere Nebenwirkungen wie Anorexie oder Lethargie

können ebenfalls in seltenen Fällen beobachtet werden.

In sehr seltenen Fällen wurde ein Anstieg von biochemischen Nierenparametern

beobachtet. Ausserdem wurde in ganz seltenen Fällen von Nierenversagen berichtet. Wie

bei jeder längeren Behandlung mit NSAIDs sollte die Nierenfunktion überwacht werden.

Wenn die beobachtete Nebenwirkung auch nach Beendigung der Behandlung anhält,

sollte ein Tierarzt zu Rate gezogen werden.

Wenn Nebenwirkungen wie Erbrechen, wiederholter Durchfall, okkultes Blut im Kot,

plötzlicher Gewichtsverlust, Appetitlosigkeit, Lethargie oder Verschlechterung von

biochemischen Nieren- oder Leberwerten auftreten, sollte die Anwendung des

Tierarzneimittels abgebrochen und eine geeignete Überwachung und/oder Behandlung

vorgenommen werden.

Wechselwirkungen

Cimalgex

sollte nicht zusammen mit Kortikosteroiden oder anderen nichtsteroidalen

Antirheumatika verwendet werden, da sich unerwünschte Reaktionen zeigen oder

verstärken können. Eine je nach pharmakokinetischen Eigenschaften des vorherigen

Produkts zu bestimmende behandlungsfreie Periode sollte vor Anwendung von Cimalgex

eingehalten werden.

Sonstige Hinweise

Lagerungshinweis/Verwendbarkeitsfrist

Nach Ablauf des Verfallsdatum (EXP) nicht mehr verwenden.

Medikament für Kinder unerreichbar und bei Raumtemperatur (15 - 25 °C) aufbewahren.

Tablettenreste zum Aufbewahren zurück in den Originalbehälter legen.

Warnhinweis für den Anwender

Nach der Anwendung die Hände waschen. Im Falle einer versehentlichen Einnahme ist

unverzüglich ein Arzt/eine Ärztin zu Rate zu ziehen und die Packungsbeilage vorzuzeigen.

Schwangere Frauen und Personen mit bekannter Überempfindlichkeit gegenüber NSAID

sollten den Kontakt mit dem Arzneimittel vermeiden.

Packungen

Cimalgex 80 mg:Plastikdose mit 45 teilbaren Tabletten.

Faltschachtel mit 18 Blistern: 144 teilbare Tabletten.

Abgabekategorie: B

Swissmedic Nr. 61'525

Informationsstand: 09/2016

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Prevomax (Le Vet Beheer B.V.)

Prevomax (Active substance: maropitant) - Centralised - Yearly update - Commission Decision (2019)1823 of Tue, 05 Mar 2019

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety