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Salix Tablet


$0.38 - $66.96


$0.38 Each

Detailed Description

SALIX® (furosemide)

Salix® is for the treatment of edema associated with cardiac insufficiency and acute non-inflammatory tissue edema in dogs, cats and horses.

A diuretic-saluretic for prompt relief of edema. High potency for effective diuresis. Predictable performance with high therapeutic index. Fast-acting — diuresis begins promptly.

While taking this drug, your animal will urinate more often than usual. Be sure your animal always has access to fresh water. May be given with or without food.

If your animal vomits or acts sick after receiving the drug on an empty stomach, try giving the next dose with food or a small treat. If vomiting continues, contact your veterinarian. Because this drug can change electrolyte (salt) levels in the blood, your veterinarian will need to monitor your animal with blood tests to make sure there are no problems related to this effect.

Contact your veterinarian immediately if weakness, collapse, head tilt, lack of urination, or a fast heartbeat is noticed.


For the treatment of edema associated with cardiac insufficiency and acute non-inflammatory tissue edema in dogs, cats and horses.

Administration and Dosage:

1 to 2 mg/lb (2.5 to 5 mg/kg) once or twice daily via oral, intravenous or intramuscular administration.


SALIX is a highly effective diuretic-saluretic which if given in excessive amounts may result in dehydration and electrolyte imbalance.


  • 12.5 mg Tablet x 500 Tablets
  • 50 mg Tablet x 500 Tablets
  • 5.0% Injectable – 50 mL Vial

Fair Balance:

Salix is a highly effective diuretic and if given in excessive amounts as with any diuretic may lead to excessive diuresis which could result in electrolyte imbalance, dehydration and reduction of plasma volume enhancing the risk of circulatory collapse, thrombosis, and embolism. Therefore, the animal should be observed for early signs of fluid depletion with electrolyte imbalance, and corrective measures administered. Excessive loss of potassium in patients receiving digitalis or its glycosides may precipitate digitalis toxicity.

  • Caution should be exercised in animals administered potassium-depleting steroids. It is important to correct potassium deficiency with dietary supplementation.
  • Caution should be exercised in prescribing enteric-coated potassium tablets.

Consult your veterinarian and see package insert for full information regarding contraindications, warnings, and precautions.

For more information see product label.

If you have any other questions about this medication, contact your veterinarian or pharmacist.


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