Kinetic Vet Announces Availability of Pentosan Polysulfate

Kinetic Vet announces immediate availability of Pentosan Polysulfate, a veterinary medical device designed to temporarily coat and replenish the glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layer in the urinary bladder.
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Lexington, KY— Pentosan Polysulfate  Kinetic Vet announces immediate availability of Pentosan Polysulfate.  Pentosan Polysulfate is a veterinary medical device designed to temporarily coat and replenish the glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layer in the urinary bladder.  Glycosaminoglycans provide a barrier against agents present in the urine. Reduction in the GAG layer may affect the function of the barrier and allow penetration of agents present in the urine.  The glycosaminoglycan layer of the bladder may be deficient in certain types of cystitis. Pentosan Polysulfate is designed to coat the urinary bladder in these instances.  For use in cats, dogs, and horses. Pentosan Polysulfate is a sterile 6 mL solution containing 1,500 mg per vial (250 mg/mL).

Pentosan Polysulfate Availability

Pentosan Polysulfate is a product driven by customer feedback and is part of Kinetic Vet’s commitment to deliver the latest product innovation.  It is available through your ethical distributor.  For more information call 877-786-9882 or visit www.kineticvet.com.

About Kinetic Vet

Founded in 1999, Kinetic Vet is a worldwide leader in innovative health care solutions for equine and companion animals. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to provide researched and result-orientated products for equine and companion animals.  We are dedicated to innovation in product development.  Kinetic will strive to become a preferred supplier of customer-valued solutions

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