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Of course, you can switch between the injection and the pill at anytime as long as the cat does not vomit and have digesitive problems. It does not affect the therapeutic effect. Pills may work better than injections for some hard and severe cases,it is proved for some Neuro FIP cases.
According to our drug research and development professor's observation of the treatment results between different FIP forms case, there is no obvious difference in the treatment effect. They are two different treatment methods that achieve the same therapeutic results for FIP. The therapeutic advantage of the 12-hour tablet lies in cats or neurological symptoms with reluctant ascites. The therapeutic advantage of injections is manifested in cats with gastrointestinal problems such as vomiting.
In theory,there is no difference in treatment efficiency between several different concentration injections,It's just the injection volume than efficiency;Higher concentration injection with less injecting volume;
Firstly, the most obvious difference is the time of administration.Secondly, the 12-hour pill contribute to increase bioavailability compared with the 24-hour pills,wwhich is better for FIP treating.And according to the observation and research from professor major in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, the effect of 12-hour pill shows a little better than that of 24 hours.
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Of course, you can switch between the injection and the pill at anytime as long as the cat does not vomit and have digesitive problems. It does not affect the therapeutic effect. Pills may work better than injections for some h