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Vivaldis TerboPET Antifungal Terbinafine Cream, 15 g

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Terbopet M from Vivaldis is an antifungal, anti-inflammatory cream for topical application aimed for direct application on the skin, hair and nails. Terbopet M offers minimal absorption in serum after application. It is prescribed for dermatophytosis in cats and dogs, Malassezia dermatitis in cats and otitis externa in dogs.

INDICATIONS

  • Dermatophytosis in cats & dogs
  • Feline Malassezia dermatitis
  • Canine otitis externa

MECHANISM OF ACTION

The primary fungicidal action of terbinafine, the active ingredient of Terbopet, is a result of its specific mechanism of squalene epoxidase inhibition. Treated fungi accumulate squalene while becoming deficient in ergosterol, an essential component of fungal cell membranes. High intracellular squalene concentrations are believed to interfere with fungal membrane function and cell wall synthesis leading to eventual mortality. Mometasone furoate exhibits anti-inflammatory, anti-pruritic and vasoconstrictive properties. Although the precise mechanism of corticosteroids for their anti-inflammatory effect is still unclear, the general mechanism lies their specificity to bind to corticosteroid receptors present in the cytoplasm. The complex so formed translocates into the cell nucleus where it binds to corticosteroid response elements in the promoter region of the target genes, resulting in the regulation of gene expression resulting in the synthesis of certain anti-inflammatory proteins, while inhibiting the synthesis of certain inflammatory mediators.

Terbopet M from Vivaldis is an antifungal, anti-inflammatory cream for topical application aimed for direct application on the skin, hair and nails. Terbopet M offers minimal absorption in serum after application. It is prescribed for dermatophytosis in cats and dogs, Malassezia dermatitis in cats and otitis externa in dogs.

INDICATIONS

  • Dermatophytosis in cats & dogs
  • Feline Malassezia dermatitis
  • Canine otitis externa

MECHANISM OF ACTION

The primary fungicidal action of terbinafine, the active ingredient of Terbopet, is a result of its specific mechanism of squalene epoxidase inhibition. Treated fungi accumulate squalene while becoming deficient in ergosterol, an essential component of fungal cell membranes. High intracellular squalene concentrations are believed to interfere with fungal membrane function and cell wall synthesis leading to eventual mortality. Mometasone furoate exhibits anti-inflammatory, anti-pruritic and vasoconstrictive properties. Although the precise mechanism of corticosteroids for their anti-inflammatory effect is still unclear, the general mechanism lies their specificity to bind to corticosteroid receptors present in the cytoplasm. The complex so formed translocates into the cell nucleus where it binds to corticosteroid response elements in the promoter region of the target genes, resulting in the regulation of gene expression resulting in the synthesis of certain anti-inflammatory proteins, while inhibiting the synthesis of certain inflammatory mediators.

Disclaimer

Dear patrons, although we have done our best to bring the most accurate information to you about all of our medicinal and supplemental products, we do not take responsibility for any misinformation or misuse of the products on behalf of the customer. We urge you to first contact your veterinarian for proper advice before administration of any product to your pet. After all, your pet’s health takes precedence in our business regime.

1 review for Vivaldis TerboPET Antifungal Terbinafine Cream, 15 g

  1. A K Samanta

    the medication works because I didn’t find any worms in my dog’s poop. The flavour and scent of the medicine are strong, making the dog suspicious that something has been mixed into his favourite food/treat. He is a 30kg Labrador, and I gave him three tablets as directed, but there were no worms in his poop. Thank you very much.

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