Vétoquinol has announced the launch of UpCard, licensed for the treatment of clinical signs of veterinary cardiology related to congestive heart failure, including oedema and effusion.

UpCard is licensed to treat clinical signs of veterinary cardiology related to congestive heart failure.
UpCard is licensed to treat clinical signs of veterinary cardiology related to congestive heart failure.

The company said UpCard is the first veterinary torasemide specifically developed for dogs as a flavoured tablet, has a potent, fast onset of action and has a longer half-life, allowing once-a-day administration.

UpCard product manager Lawrence Brown said: “It’s an exciting time launching a new active ingredient into the veterinary market.

“UpCard makes our customers’ lives easier, by offering an innovative product to aid pet owner compliance and, ultimately, improve cardiac patient care”.

  • For more information, telephone Vétoquinol’s head office on 01280 814500.
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Chris Collins
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Chris Collins
9 months 13 days ago

Hello my dos has been on the medication now for nearly a month my question is am I able to buy this directly from you or do I have to go through my vets which is st james group Swansea.

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Chris Collins

Rebecca Hubbard
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9 months 11 days ago

Hi Chris,

Thanks for your comment. We are a veterinary publishing company, not a veterinary practice or supplier. Therefore, we recommend you talk to your practice.

Regards, the vettimes.co.uk team.

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