Today's Veterinary Business

FEB 2019

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VETORYL Capsules (trilostane) Compounded trilostane Lysodren ® (mitotane) tablets FDA approval for veterinary use YES NO NO Proven safety/efficacy in dogs YES NO NO Easy treatment regime YES (daily capsule) YES NO (induction phase/maintenance) Mode of action Enzyme Inhibitor Enzyme inhibitor Adrenal Cytotoxic Agent Reversible YES YES NO Low stocking cost YES (30 day supply) (as ordered from compounder) NO (100 count bottle = $500+) Veterinary technical support, adverse event reporting YES NO NO Legal risk to clinic NO YES YES VETORYL Capsules are not for use in dogs with primary hepatic or renal disease, or in pregnant dogs. Refer to the prescribing information for complete details or visit www.Dechra-US.com. For full prescribing information, see Vetoryl Capsules package insert. Ms. Jones, based on my exam, I think Buddy is suffering from Cushing's syndrome, an endocrine condition also known as hyperadrenocorticism (HAC). These clinical signs we're seeing, his frequent urination, pot belly, excessive water intake, lethargy, etc., are likely due to an excess of cortisol production. Cortisol is the body's natural stress-fighting and anti-inflammatory hormone. State the Solution Dechra offers a product called VETORYL ® Capsules It's the only FDA veterinary-approved treatment for hyperadrenocorticism, both pituitary- dependent (PDH) and adrenal-dependent (ADH). It contains the active ingredient trilostane, which blocks the excessive production of cortisol. Make Your Recommendation Ms. Jones, I believe giving Buddy VETORYL ® Capsules may greatly reduce the clinical signs associated with Cushing's syndrome and help improve Buddy's quality of life. Do you want to try it? Start an Effective Team to Pet Owner Conversation Sound

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