Lower gastric ulcerogenic effect of suxibuzone compared to phenylbutazone when administered orally to horses.

@article{Monreal2004LowerGU,
  title={Lower gastric ulcerogenic effect of suxibuzone compared to phenylbutazone when administered orally to horses.},
  author={Lu{\'i}s Monreal and David Aragon{\'e}s Sabat{\'e} and D{\'i}dac Segura and I May{\'o}s and Josep M. Homedes},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={2004},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={145-9}
}
The objective was to compare the gastrointestinal and general toxicity of suxibuzone (SBZ) to that of phenylbutazone (PBZ) when administered orally in horses. Fifteen healthy horses were allocated to three treatment groups. One group received a high dose of PBZ for two weeks; the second group was given an equimolecular dosage of SBZ; and a third group received placebo. Horses were daily monitored, and blood samples were collected before and during the study. On day 18, complete post-mortem… CONTINUE READING