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VETSULIN (porcine insulin zinc suspension) is a medication that treats high blood sugar in dogs or cats with diabetes mellitus.
VETSULIN insulin is available as vials or an injectable pen called VetPen.
VETSULIN is for dogs and cats with diabetes mellitus.
The dosage will be determined by the veterinarian.
Inject VETSULIN under the skin as often as directed by the veterinarian.
Before administration, gently shake the vial until a uniformly milky suspension is obtained. If there is foam on the medication's surface, wait for the foam to dissipate before drawing up the drug.
Do not use it if there are visible particles after resuspending the mixture.
The active ingredient in VETSULIN is purified porcine insulin (40 units per milliliter), 35% amorphous, and 65% crystalline.
Inactive ingredients include methylparaben, sodium acetate trihydrate, sodium chloride, zinc, and hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide for pH adjustments.
No drug interactions have been reported with VETSULIN.
Closely monitor your dog or cat for symptoms of hyper- and hypoglycemia. Overdosage can result in harm and death.
After opening, the vial can be used for up to 42 days.
The following side effects were observed for dogs, and may be due to the drug or the diabetic state:
The following side effects were observed for cats, and may be due to the drug or the diabetic state:
Vetsulin [package insert] Summit, NJ: Merck; 2012.