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This information is provided by Provet for educational purposes only.

You should seek the advice of your veterinarian if your pet is ill as only he or she can correctly advise on the diagnosis and recommend the treatment that is most appropriate for your pet.

Some drugs should not be mixed with other drugs for a variety of reasons - so clinicians should be aware of the drugs to which such advice applies

There are many specific drug incompatibilities, but the following drugs which are commonly used in veterinary practice should not be mixed with other drugs. Specific details are highlighted in italics :

  • Apramycin (other solutions)
  • Diazepam (intravenous fluids or drugs)
  • Furosemide (other solutions)
  • Ketamine (other drugs except medetomidine)
  • Medetomidine (other drugs except Ketamine)
  • Glycosaminoglycan - polysulphated (other drugs)
  • Promethazine hydrochloride (other drugs)
  • Sulphonamides (other drugs)
  • Vitamin B complex (other drugs)


Updated October 2013