Tag Archives: Etodolac


Gastric Erosion And Ulceration Gastric erosions and ulcers are associated with a number of primary gastric and non-gastric disorders (Table Association of Gastric Ulceration and Erosion with Specific Diseases). Clinical signs range in duration and severity, from acute to chronic and mild to life threatening. The pathomechanisms underlying gastric damage can be broadly attributed to… Read More »


Chemistry – Storage – Stability – Compatibility An indole acetic acid derivative non-steroidal antiinflammatory agent (NSAID), etodolac occurs as a white, crystalline compound that is insoluble in water, but soluble in alcohol or DMSO. The commercially available veterinary tablets should be stored at controlled room temperature (15-30°C). Pharmacology Like other NSAIDs, etodolac has analgesic, antiinflammatory… Read More »