What is Deracoxib?

Deracoxib (trade name Deramaxx, Novartis) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug of the coxib class, used in veterinary medicine to treat osteoarthritis in dogs. It is sold in tablets, which have added beefy flavor to increase palatability. Deramaxx received FDA approval in August 2002 for "the control of post operative pain and inflammation associated with orthopedic surgery in dogs."

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I have long lasting spine degenerative disease , in cruciating pain for years . The only medication that relief my pain is diprofos injections . I...

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PLS DONT CONTINUE ON STEROIDS FOR LONG.TRY TAKING DRUGS LIKE TAB .TAPAL(tapantadol 50 MG )three times a day if severe pain.that shoulb be taken...

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