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Veterinary Forum January 2007 (Vol 24, No 1)

FDA approves omeprazole product label

    DULUTH, Ga.— The FDA recently approved a new product label for the equine stomach ulcer product, omeprazole (Ulcergard, Merial Animal Health), which is indicated in the prevention of stomach ulcers in horses.

    The revised label provides the central claim that, when given once daily, omeprazole is effective in preventing stomach ulcers in horses exposed to stressful periods. The new label further expands situations in which omeprazole can be used and highlights the product's effectiveness in preventing stomach ulcers over both short and long periods.

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