European public assessment reports (EPARs): veterinary medicines

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This page allows you to find the European public assessment reports (EPAR) for veterinary medicines published by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

The EMA publishes an EPAR for every medicine granted a central marketing authorisation by the European Commission following an assessment by the EMA's Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP). EPARs are full scientific assessment reports of medicines authorised at a European Union level.

Use this search to find key information on medicines authorised for veterinary use, including a public-friendly summary in question-and-answer format and the package leaflet. You can also find information on medicines that have been refused a marketing authorisation or that have been suspended or withdrawn after being approved.

The Agency does not evaluate all medicines currently in use in Europe. If you cannot find the medicine you need through this search, please visit the website of your national health authority. More information is also available on the central authorisation procedure and on European public assessment reports.

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Name Active substance Date of authorisation / refusal Species Accelerated procedure     Status
Acticam

meloxicam

2008-12-09 Cats Dogs       Authorised
Activyl

indoxacarb

2011-02-18 Cats Dogs       Authorised
Activyl Tick Plus

indoxacarb / permethrin

2012-01-09 Dogs       Authorised
Advasure

E2 glycoprotein of classical swine fever virus

2001-02-02 Pigs       Withdrawn
Advocate

imidacloprid / moxidectin

2003-04-02 Cats Dogs Ferrets       Authorised
Aftovaxpur DOE

Maximum three of the following purified, inactivated foot-and-mouth disease virus strains: O1 Manisa ≥ 6 PD50*; O1 BFS ≥ 6 PD50*; O Taiwan 3/97 ≥ 6 PD50*; A22 Iraq ≥ 6 PD50*; A24 Cruzeiro ≥ 6 PD50*; A Turkey 14/98 ≥ 6 PD50*; Asia 1 Shamir ≥ 6 PD50*; SAT2 Saudi Arabia  ≥ 6 PD50*; * PD50 – 50% protective dose in cattle as described in Ph. Eur. monograph 0063.

2013-07-15 Cattle Pigs Sheep       Authorised
Aivlosin

tylvalosin

2004-09-09 Chicken Pheasants Pigs Turkeys       Authorised
Apoquel

oclacitinib maleate

2013-09-12 Dogs       Authorised