Palladia Tablets (10mg 15mg 50mg)
This is a prescription medicine. A prescription is required from your veterinarian before we can supply this product. Please ensure that you have read the "How to Order" page before ordering this item. The original, physical copy of the accompanying prescription will be collected upon delivery.
Palladia is chemotherapy medication useful for the treatment of a variety of tumours in including sarcomas, carcinomas, melanomas and multipla myeloma. Available in 10mg / 15mg /50mg tablet doses.
- Kills tumor cells
- Cuts off blood supply to the tumor
- Treats mast cell tumors
For the treatment of Patnaik grade II or III, recurrent, cutaneous mast cell tumours with or without regional lymph node involvement in dogs.
Dispensed according to prescription.
Use only as indicated by your veterinarian. Stop Palladia immediately and contact a veterinarian if you notice any of the following changes in your dog:
- refusal to eat
- vomiting or watery stools (diarrhoea), especially if more frequent than twice in 24 hours
- black tarry stools
- bright red blood in vomit or stools
- unexplained bruising or bleeding
- or if your dog experiences other changes that concern you
There are other side effects which may occur. For a more complete list, ask your veterinarian.
Do not break or crush tablets. Toceranib may cause birth defects.
Women of child bearing age are advised to wear gloves when administering this product and should pay special attention to these handling precautions. Pregnant women and lactating mothers should not routinely administer Palladia, and should avoid contact with faeces, urine and vomitus from treated dogs and broken or moistened Palladia tablets.
Children should not come into contact with this drug. Keep children away from vomitus, faeces and urine of treated dogs. To avoid exposure to drug, wash hands with soap and water after administering Palladia and wear protective gloves to prevent direct contact with vomitus, faeces and urine of treated dogs and/or when cleaning up broken or moistened tablets.
In case of accidental ingestion by a person, seek medical advice immediately, show the package leaflet or label to the doctor. Gastrointestinal discomfort such as vomiting or diarrhoea may occur if this drug is accidentally ingested. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.
Place all waste materials in a plastic bag and seal before general disposal.