The following are some signs to look for after initiating Capstar.
Theses are important findings to include in your weekly report.
A general sense of calmness - The
first sign that Capstar is working is a sense of calmness. The
horse seems better even though symptoms are still present.
Increased need for sleep - This
is a positive sign that the body is trying to healing itself.
A skin rash or discharge appear - A
very positive sign of the body trying cleansing and pushing
out through skin.
Head shaking symptoms slowly improve - positive sign that capstar is working gently.
Old symptoms increased, but no new symptoms - The dosage strength of Capstar is too strong
and needs to be adjusted. Capstar is still working, but just
too fast for the horse to handle. Capstar will be discontinued
for a few days until symptoms decrease and then begin to improve.
Dosage may need to be adjusted.
Old symptoms increased, plus new symptoms appear- The dosage strength of Capstar is too strong
for the horse. This will happen for those horses that are extremely
sensitive. Capstar will be discontinued for a few days. Symptoms
will subside and then improvement will begin. Dosage will need
to be adjusted.