2019/2020 Equine Practice Preferred

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2019 | Equine Practice Preferred Catalog | 197 Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals Can't find what you are looking for? Contact your Covetrus North America representative. Joint Support (continued) Phycox ® MAX Equine Granules Supplied by: Dechra Phycox MAX EQ contains ingredients that are proven to provide safe and fast relief from joint discomfort and inflammation. Phycox MAX EQ is a novel patented support matrix containing phycocyanin, an extract of blue-green algae, found to function as a COX-2 inhibitor and antioxidant. Phycox MAX EQ provides a means and method to address and alleviate joint discomfort and inflammation without some of the harmful side effects seen in other products. Phycox MAX EQ contains 3X the level of phycocyanin, which provides for a faster dose response and a higher level of efficacy. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 045894 PEQMAX Phycox Max EQ Granules 2.7kg Tub Tandem Oral Supplement Supplied by: Bimeda An oral supplement specifically designed for use following joint injection and post-arthroscopic procedures. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 032746 1TAN001 Tandem Oral Supplement 2.4kg Pail Laxatives Mineral Oil Supplied by: Covetrus Mineral oil used as a mild laxative for the lubrication of the intestinal tract of swine, cattle, horses, sheep. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 007404 MS090HS Mineral Oil, 95 Viscosity 1 gal Bottle Navicular Drugs OSPHOS ® Injection Supplied by: Dechra OSPHOS is an injectable bisphosphonate solution for the control of clinical signs associated with navicular syndrome in horses four years and older. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 050837 OSPHOS OSPHOS Clodronate Injection 15mL Vial Tildren ® Injectable Supplied by: Bimeda Treatment of lameness associated with bone and cartilage changes such as those observed in Navicular Disease and Bone Spavin. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 054624 1TIL004 Tildren Injection, 500 mg 30mL Vial

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