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SIMBADOL buprenorphine injection
24-hour continuous surgical pain control for cats

WHY SIMBADOL?

SIMBADOL™ (buprenorphine injection) offers continuous 24-hour surgical pain control for cats - even through the night.

 
ONE INJECTION ADMINISTERED IN-CLINIC
24 HOURS OF CONTINUOUS PAIN CONTROL
UP TO 3 ONCE-DAILY SUBCUTANEOUS DOSES
FOR A TOTAL OF 72 HOURS OF PAIN CONTROL1
DEMONSTRATED SAFETY AND EFFICACY IN MORE
THAN 200 CATS TREATED WITH SIMBADOL1
COST COMPETITIVE
100% COMPLIANCE

Do you have an opioid that works through the night?

Opioids are the cornerstone of effective feline postoperative pain management.7

80 percent of veterinarians surveyed state that the duration of pain experienced by cats after spays, neuters or dental extractions lasts at least 24 hours.6,*

*Data from a survey of 300 general practice veterinarians.

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INDICATION: SIMBADOL is indicated for the control of postoperative pain associated with surgical procedures in cats.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Due to serious human safety and abuse concerns, including physical or psychological dependence, life-threatening respiratory depression and additive CNS depressant effects, read the full prescribing information before using this drug, including the complete Boxed Warning. Not for use in humans. Hospital staff should be trained in the handling of potent opioids and should avoid accidental exposure. SIMBADOL has not been evaluated in breeding, pregnant, or lactating cats, in cats younger than 4 months of age or moribund cats. Do not use in cats with known hypersensitivity to buprenorphine hydrochloride or any of the components of SIMBADOL, or known intolerance to opioids. Use with caution in cats with impaired hepatic function. Adverse reactions may include hyperthermia, tachycardia, hypotension, hypertension, hypothermia, anorexia, and hyperactivity. For more safety information, refer to the full Prescribing Information.

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