The Risk of Using Compounded Drugs to Treat Ulcers

Find out from Dr. Frank Andrews why you should avoid using compounded omeprazole to treat your horse’s gastric ulcers.
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Find out from Dr. Frank Andrews why you should avoid using compounded omeprazole to treat your horse’s gastric ulcers.Find out from Dr. Frank Andrews why you should avoid using compounded omeprazole to treat your horse’s gastric ulcers.8/31/2015 14:00

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Frank M. Andrews, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, is LVMA Equine Committee professor and director of the Equine Health Studies Program at Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. As an internal medicine specialist, Andrews research interests include equine gastric ulcer disease.

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