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New Research Invented a Cure of Congestive Heart Failure in Pets


Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/18/2014 -- The heart is the power house which keeps the body working. As the heart relaxes and contract it sends blood to every organ of the body, supplying life. All vertebrae containing organisms are unable to survive without the use of the heart. In the condition known as congestive heart failure, the heart muscle fails to function properly. Vetmedin, manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, is a cardiac drug approved for oral administration to canines. Vetmedin is prescribed to canines to aid in the management of mild to severe heart failure. Particularly cases of heart failure caused by atrioventricular valvular insufficiency or dilated cardiomyopathy.

Ailment Associated with Product
In the condition known as congestive heart failure, the heart muscle fails to function properly. This condition can cause serious complications and can even cause sudden death in serious cases. Symptoms of heart failure include; distension of the abdomen, liver enlargement, breathing difficulties, lethargy, weakness, and collapse.

Cardiomyopathy is a terminology which is reserved for those conditions of the heart which are unexplained. Cardiomyopathy conditions are usually due to mutations of the heart, genetic inheritance conditions, or conditions present at time of birth. Cardiomyopathy conditions may go unnoticed for the majority of the pet’s life as mild cases cause little to no problems. Abnormalities during auscultator readings and an intolerance to exercise are common indications of a heart condition.

An atrioventricular valvular insufficiency is when the flap of the heart's mitral valve loosens and gradually deteriorates; allowing blood to seep through the valve between beats, leading to congestive heart failure. Veterinary geneticists and cardiologists have developed breeding guidelines to eliminate this hereditary condition.

Product to cure ailment
Vetmedin is an oral tablet, administered in two separate doses. Vetmedin works to decrease resistance of blood flow by dilating the arteries and veins of the heart. Vetmedin also strengthens the cardiac output which circulates the blood to the rest of the body. Vetmedin Chewable tablets and its genetic equivalent; Pimobendan contain the same active ingredient. Both generic and brand name products aid in vasodilatation and manage heart failure.

Commonly affected breed, Breed description, & other aliments to affect this breed
The Cavalier is particularly susceptible to Mitral valve disease. Dogs young as two years old can be affected by this condition. Mitral Valve Disease can begin to emerge at an early age and over half of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are expected to have present with this condition by age five. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed weighs 13 to 18 lbs. and measure up to 13 inches in height. The hair coat of the Cavalier has a silky, wavy coat of moderate length. The breed has four combinations of recognizable colors including chestnut, black, tan, and white.

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