Clofazimine

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Clofazimine is a fat-soluble riminophenazine dye used in combination with rifampicin and dapsone as part of a multidrug therapy for canine mycobacterial granulomas[1].

Recommended dose rate in dogs is 4 - 8 mg/kg given orally every 24 hours for 6 weeks.

References

  1. Malik R et al (2013) Ulcerated and nonulcerated nontuberculous cutaneous mycobacterial granulomas in cats and dogs. Vet Dermatol 24(1):146-153