Benazepril 341

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Mike Says:


Vet prescribed this in 5mg dose. Pills received say 341 on one side and have no marking on other side. They are approximately 1/4 inch in diameter and 1/8 inch thick.

Other batch of pills are closer to 1/8 inch in diameter,
being much smaller. Are the larger pills 5mg? Vet's office had no info on who the manufacturer was



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Verwon Says:

I haven't been able to find a listing for a tablet with just a 341 on it, there is a 5mg Benazepril with ETH on one side and 541 on the other.

However, if this was something specially formulated for use in animals, it may not be in the prescription drug databases, since they are generally only relevant to human use.

Didn't the vet's office have the original packaging? That should list who the manufacturer is.


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