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Dexamethasone: Oral Suspension


Dexamethasone - Oral Suspension - Dogs, Cats, Ferrets and Rodents
Dexamethasone may be prescribed for
  • Inflammation
One of the dosage forms available for Dexamethasone is Oral Suspension. Wedgewood Pharmacy’s oral suspensions and solutions are a familiar and convenient dosage form. Oral suspensions and solutions can be administered directly into the mouth using a dosing syringe or mixed with a small amount of food. They offer a wide range of flavoring options, and flexible dosing adjustments.

12 strengths of Dexamethasone Oral Suspension are available, ranging from 0.25 mg/ml to 60 mg/ml.

Featured Dosage Forms Available:
If you have a hard time getting your patients to take their medications in the dosage forms you’ve prescribed, try one of Wedgewood Pharmacy’s unique dosage forms that may help increase compliance. Dexamethasone is also available in this featured dosage form: Other Dosage Forms Available:
Dexamethasone is also available in these dosage forms. Different strengths may be available for different dosage forms. Available Flavors:
Anchovy; Apple; Apple-Molasses; Bacon; Banana; Banana/Marshmallow; Beef; Beef/Chicken; Beef/Marshmallow; Bubble Gum; Butterscotch; Butterscotch-Marshmallow; Butterscotch-Vanilla; Cherry; Cherry-Vanilla; Chicken, natural; Chicken-Marshmallow; Chicken-Vanilla; Crème De Menthe; Duck; Fish; Fish/Marshmallow; Grape; Half Fish; Liver; Molasses-Peanut Butter; Peppermint; Pina Colada; Raspberry; Strawberry; Strawberry/Marshmallow; Triple-Fish; Tutti Fruitti; Vanilla/Marshmallow; Venison and Venison/Marshmallow.


Prescriber Information
Client Information
Dexamethasone Oral Suspension
Prescribed For: Dogs, Cats, Ferrets and Rodents
May be Prescribed For: Inflammation
Dexamethasone for Veterinary Use
Dexamethasone Oral Suspension
Prescribed For: Dogs, Cats, Ferrets and Rodents
May be Prescribed For: Inflammation
Dexamethasone for Horses
If you have any questions concerning these medications, please consult with your doctor.

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