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Canada residents can call a provincial poison control center. Symptoms of overdose may include severe dizziness, fainting, mental/mood changes (such as hallucinations). Notes Do not share this medication with others. Laboratory and/or medical tests (such as prolactin levels, EKG) should be performed before starting and.
A total of 197 drugs (647 brand and generic names) are known to interact with cabergoline. 11 major drug interactions (53 brand and generic names) 184 moderate drug interactions (589 brand and generic names) 2 minor drug interactions (5 brand and generic names) Show all.1.
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Cabergoline is rapidly and extensively metabolized in the liver and excreted in bile and to a lesser extent in urine. Less than 4 of the dose was found to be excreted unchanged in the urine.(1996). Reproductive toxicity of cabergoline in mice, rats, and rabbits. Reprod Toxicol, 10 (6 471-83. Mayer, J., Sato, A., Kiupel, M., DeCubellis, J., Donnelly, T. (2011). Extralabel use of cabergoline in the treatment of a pituitary adenoma in a rat. Corticotroph cells can express the D2 dopaminergic receptor; therefore cabergoline (Cbg) could be effective as a treatment. Follow-up over 4 years was carried out in 40 dogs with PDH that were treated with Cbg (0.07 mg/kg/week.
It is recommended that the drug be compounded in a lipid-base since the drug degrades becoming unstable in aqueous suspensions. 27 Note that compounding pharmacies are able to make cabergoline suspensions in appealing flavors and in concentrations small enough for dosing in the rat.Reference Dostinex Cabergoline 0.5mg tablet. (2009, July 1). Medsafe. Retrieved September 9, 2012, from. Product Monograph: PRDostinex(cabergoline). (2009, May 15). Retrieved September 9, 2012, from Beltrame, D., Longo, M., Mazu, G.
Note: Galastop (European brand name)comes in a concentration of 50ug/mL (0.05mg/ml). To achieve the desired therapeutic dose for rats would require a large volume to be given. If possible, compounding a suspension from tablets for humans would provide a more manageable dosing volume when giving.Pharmacology Cabergoline, similar to bromocriptine and pergolide, is an ergot derivative doapamine receptor agonist. However, cabergoline has a greater affinity for D2 receptors in the pituitary. It is shown to be more effective than bromocriptine in inducing complete biochemical response and clinical efficacy.
Indications For the treatment of prolactin-secreting pituitary tumors. Or, where there has been removal of existing benign (adenoma) mammary tumors, the use of a prolactin secretion inhibitor such as cabergoline may be beneficial in the prevention of new benign tumor growth Drug Interactions or Contraindications.Just click! Print this page now to share with my veterinarian.