kleintier konkret 2019; 22(01): 47-50
DOI: 10.1055/a-0815-7389
Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York

Osteoarthritis beim Hund – Grapiprant als neue Therapieoption

Piprante wie Grapiprant (Galliprant®) bieten durch ihren selektiven Wirkansatz neue Potenziale für Hunde mit chronischen Gelenkerkrankungen
Stephan Neudeck
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Publication History

Publication Date:
27 February 2019 (online)

Der selektive EP4-Rezeptorantagonist Grapiprant ist ab 2019 als Galliprant® in Deutschland erhältlich. Damit steht Tierärzten neben den klassischen antiphlogistischen und analgetischen Wirkstoffen eine alternative Behandlungsoption mit selektivem Wirkmechanismus zur Verfügung.

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