Fortekor Flavour 20 mg ad us. vet.

Hauptinformation

  • Handelsname:
  • Fortekor Flavour 20 mg ad us. vet., Hefetabletten
  • Darreichungsform:
  • Hefetabletten
  • Verwenden für:
  • Tiere
  • Art der Medizin:
  • allopathic Droge

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  • Deutsch

Therapeutische Informationen

  • Therapiegruppe:
  • ACE-Hemmer für Hunde

Weitere Informationen

Status

  • Quelle:
  • Institut für Veterinärpharmakologie
  • Zulassungsnummer:
  • 57576
  • Letzte Änderung:
  • 02-09-2017

Packungsbeilage: zusammensetzung, kinische angaben, nebenwirkungen, wechselwirkungen, dosierung, schwangerschaft, stillzeit

Fortekor Flavour 20 mg ad us. vet., Hefetabletten

Elanco Tiergesundheit AG

ACE-Hemmer für Hunde

ATCvet: QC09AA07

Zusammensetzung

Palatabile Tabletten zu 20 mg:

Wirkstoff: Benazeprili hydrochloridum 20 mg

Hilfsstoffe: Aromaticum, Excipiens pro compresso obducto

Fachinformationen Wirkstoffe (CliniPharm)

Benazepril

Eigenschaften / Wirkungen

Fortekor Flavour ist angezeigt zur Behandlung der kongestiven Herzinsuffizienz des

Hundes. Der Wirkstoff Benazepril wird im Organismus zu Benazeprilat, einem äusserst

wirksamen ACE-Hemmer, hydrolisiert. Benazeprilat hemmt das ACE (Angiotensin-

Converting-Enzyme) und somit die Umwandlung von Angiotensin I in Angiotensin II und

alle durch Angiotensin II vermittelten Effekte, das heisst die Vasokonstriktion und die

Synthese von Aldosteron, und dadurch bedingt die Rückresorption von Wasser und

Natrium aus den Nierentubuli.

Kongestive Herzinsuffizienz

Durch die hemmende Wirkung auf das Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosteron System verringert

Benazeprilat nachhaltig die Vor- und Nachlast des Herzens, die Hämodynamik wird

verbessert und die Herzarbeit erleichtert. Untersuchungen an Hunden zeigten, dass

Fortekor Flavour die klinischen Symptome der kongestiven Herzinsuffizienz verbessert,

insbesondere was Atembeschwerden und Husten in Ruhe und Bewegung anbelangt.

Fortekor Flavour führt zu einer signifikanten Verlängerung der Lebenszeit, bei

gleichzeitiger Verbesserung der Lebensqualität.

Pharmakokinetik

Nach oraler Verabreichung wird Benazepril rasch aus dem Verdauungstrakt resorbiert und

in der Leber zu Benazeprilat metabolisiert. Maximale Plasmakonzentrationen werden,

unabhängig von der Futtereinnahme, innerhalb von 2 Stunden erreicht. Fortekor Flavour

hemmt die Aktivität des ACE für mehr als 24 Stunden nach Verabreichung.

Benazeprilat wird ungefähr zu gleichen Teilen über Galle und Niere ausgeschieden. Es ist

nicht notwendig, Dosisanpassungen in Fällen von chronischer Nierenerkrankung

vorzunehmen.

Indikationen

Zur Behandlung der kongestiven Herzinsuffizienz.

Die minimale Tagesdosis beträgt 0,25 mg/kg KGW, verabreicht einmal pro Tag, nach

folgendem Schema:

Gewicht (kg) Fortekor Flavour 20 mg

20 - 40

> 40 - 80

Fortekor Flavour soll täglich in einer einmaligen Dosis möglichst zur gleichen Zeit

verabreicht werden (nüchtern oder mit einer Mahlzeit). Die Dauer der Behandlung ist

unbeschränkt. Die einmalige tägliche Dosis kann auf Verordnung des Tierarztes

verdoppelt werden.

Fortekor Flavour kann zusammen mit Diuretika, Antiarrhythmika und/oder

Digitalispräparaten verabreicht werden. Es ist nicht notwendig, Dosisanpassungen in

Fällen von chronischer Nierenerkrankung vorzunehmen.

Anwendungseinschränkungen

a) Kontraindikationen: Nicht anwenden bei bekannter Überempfindlichkeit gegenüber

dem Wirkstoff oder einem der Hilfsstoffe.

b) Vorsichtsmassnahmen: Bei Zuchthündinnen, laktierenden und trächtigen Tieren

wurde die Sicherheit von Fortekor Flavour nicht getestet. Der Einsatz von Fortekor Flavour

bei diesen Tieren kann nur nach sorgfältiger Nutzen-Risiko-Analyse durch den Tierarzt

empfohlen werden. In den klinischen Untersuchungen zeigten sich keine Anzeichen einer

Nierentoxizität beim Hund. Es ist nicht notwendig Dosisanpassungen in Fällen von

chronischer Nierenerkrankung vorzunehmen. Die bei Tieren mit bestehender chronischer

Nierenerkrankung als Routineuntersuchung empfohlene regelmässige Kontrolle der

Plasma-Kreatinin-Werte sollte auch bei Hunden, die Fortekor Flavour verabreicht

bekommen, fortgesetzt werden. Fortekor sollte nicht angewendet werden bei Hypotension,

Hypovolämie oder akutem Nierenversagen.

Wichtig: Vor Behandlungsbeginn sollte der Hydratationsstatus des Hundes überprüft und

gegebenenfalls korrigiert werden.

Unerwünschte Wirkungen

VetVigilance: Pharmacovigilance-Meldung erstatten

In seltenen Fällen können als Folge eines starken Blutdruckabfalls Müdigkeit und Apathie

auftreten. Falls nötig, soll die begleitende Diuretika-Therapie reduziert werden. Fortekor

Flavour kann beim Hunden mit chronischer Nierenerkrankung zu einer Erhöhung der

Plasma-Kreatinin-Werte führen. Dieser Effekt steht mit der blutdrucksenkenden

therapeutischen Wirkung des Präparates in Zusammenhang und ist kein Grund, die

Therapie beim Fehlen anderer Symptome abzubrechen.

Falls Sie Nebenwirkungen, insbesondere solche, die nicht in der Packungsbeilage

aufgeführt sind, bei Ihrem Tier feststellen, teilen Sie diese Ihrem Tierarzt oder Apotheker

mit.

Wechselwirkungen

Keine bekannt. Fortekor Flavour kann zusammen mit Diuretika, Antiarrhythmika und/oder

Digitalispräparaten verabreicht werden.

Sonstige Hinweise

In der Originalverpackung aufbewahren. Halbierte Tabletten sind maximal 48 h im Blister

aufzubewahren. Vor Hitze und Feuchtigkeit schützen. Nicht über 25 °C lagern. Das

Medikament darf nur bis zu dem auf Packung mit "EXP" bezeichneten Datum verwendet

werden. Tierarzneimittel, für Kinder unzugänglich aufbewahren.

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