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Cardio Supp  tm

The heart is located in the thorax. Acting as a pump, it contracts rhythmically to transport the blood around the body. It is a hollow muscle comprising four cavities. There is a right heart and a left heart, separated by a wall called the septum. Each of these sides is divided into two, with the atria at the top and the ventricles below, separated by valves. The right (tricuspid) valve and the left (mitral) value open and close during contractions.

The right heart receives deoxygenated blood from the body and sends it to the lungs for oxygenation. The left heart receives the oxygenated blood from the lungs and pumps it to all parts of the body. For this reason, it is more developed than the right heart.

USE

Cardio Supp TM supports cardiac function.

Miloa Cardio Supp TM helps to maintain optimum heart function. Olive, taurine, green tea polyphenols and co-enzyme Q10 are powerful antioxidants that trap free radicals.

COMPOSITION

  • Fish meal
  • Fish oil rich in EPA/DHA
  • Olea europaea (olive) 10%
  • Taurine
  • Camellia sinensis (green tea)
    rich in polyphenols
  • Inactive yeast rich in co-enzyme Q10

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

  • For dogs and cats < 10 kg:1/2 tab/d
  • Dogs between 10 and 20 kg: 1 tab/d
  • Dogs between 20 and 30 kg:2 tab/d
  • Dogs > 30 kg:3 tab/d

Follow your vet’s advice. The tablets are extremely palatable. Most cats and dogs will swallow them without fuss, but they can also be crushed and mixed with food.

STORAGE

Keep in a cool, dry place (< 25 °C). Use within 24 months of the date of manufacture. Keep out of reach of children. Close securely after use.

PRESENTATION

Box with 60 palatable tablets.
Each tablet weighing 2 g.
Net contents: 120 g.

They are using Cardio Supp tm

Anti Ageing tm Cardio Supp tm
This is Abby, a castrated Brittany aged 14 years and 2 months and weighing 12.5 kg, who has stage C dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). His existing treatment was Benazepril (ACEI: angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor) in a single dose of 0.4 mg/kg/d, in addition to one Anti-Ageing TM tablet every morning since he suffered a stroke. About ten days after having his stroke and starting on Anti-Ageing TM, there was a marked improvement and some four weeks later he’d completely recovered from the stroke without any after-effects. He then began to get increasingly breathless and developed a cough. A cardiopulmonary examination revealed pulmonary oedema and also that his DCM had worsened since the previous check-up eight months earlier. I therefore supplemented his treatment with 2mg/kg/d Furosemide, administered in two daily doses, and one Cardio Supp TM tablet a day in the morning. As agreed, Abby’s owner called me ten days after the start of the new treatment and reported that Abby was beginning to feel much better and was much less tired than previously. A month later, during his clinical check-up, Abby was very lively and even tried to jump up onto the consultation table. Cardio Supp TM was always my second-line treatment for patients with cardiac problems, but I’ve been using it as the first-line treatment since Abby.

Dr Lucas Sanier - Saint Mathieu veterinary clinic

Cardio Supp tm
This is Diane, who came in for a heart scan, as she has class IA heart failure according to the International Small Animal Cardiac Health Council classification:
  • no clinical signs ;
  • no ventricular or atrial dilatation or hypertrophy.

She has a grade 3/6 heart murmur She has mitral valve heart disease (there is thickening of the mitral valve and slight mitral reflux) Diane weighs 20 kg and I prescribed her 1 Cardio Supp TM pill every morning. This is currently her only treatment. So far, Diane is doing very well. She will have another heart scan in 8 to 10 months.

Dr Lucas Sanier - Saint Mathieu veterinary clinic

Cardio Supp tm
Must is an 18-month-old White Swiss Shepherd Dog. I’m a veterinary assistant and I work in a veterinary clinic. I adopted him when he was 5 months old. You might say I actually saved his life... At the age of 4 months, Must was brought to see the vet for the second time with a heart murmur. On that occasion, Dr Koel did some additional tests and detected severe pulmonary stenosis, which greatly reduces life expectancy. Because of the complications associated with pulmonary stenosis, Must’s first owners didn’t want to keep him. So the woman who bred him decided to take him back and do an exchange. She contacted us for further information about his condition. The dog had no symptoms so we advised her to find relaxed owners who would give Must an easy, comfortable life. The breeder didn’t have the space to keep him, so she decided to find a new family for him as soon as possible. After thinking it over at the weekend, we met up with the breeder to review the situation. Before the meeting, Dr Koel told me Must’s story and I was so moved I decided to adopt him if he was still available. And that’s how I became Must’s happy new owner in April 2017. The first objective was for him to reach his first birthday: mission accomplished! Now we’re thinking why not aim for his second birthday? Must isn’t in any pain at the moment, touch wood. It’s a tricky business trying to channel his energy, as he loves to play and be active. So he has a strict schedule: games in the morning for no more than 15 minutes and he can also play in the evening if he’s not too tired. He’s also on a strict diet, as we have to keep his weight under control. Obesity would only exacerbate his condition. At the moment we take him for a long walk every weekend – about 3 or 4 km of moderate exercise. We’ll gradually increase the distance over the next few months, up to a maximum of 10 km. The only treatment he has is Cardio Supp TM, which he’s been on since May 2017. He has no problem taking the tablets – well, when he wants to and only if I give them to him! Cardio Supp TM keeps his heart muscles in good shape. His condition hasn’t got any worse since he started the treatment. I give him 2 tablets daily and he weighs 34 kg.

Aurélie Rémy - Veterinary assistant in Saint-Apollinaire

Cardio Supp tm
Hello, my name is Nyl and I’m a 9-month-old Sphynx. I arrived at my mummy’s house in September 2017 and she made an appointment with the vet for me to have a heart scan. That didn’t go very well because they found a severe heart murmur. Back at my vet’s, in conjunction with the Miloa consultant, we started a course of Cardio Supp TM at half a pill a day. Mummy made another appointment with the vet for a heart check-up on 26 December. On the day of the scan the vet was amazed at the improvement in my heart and the murmur and, since then, I’ve been taking a reduced dose of a quarter of a pill each day and all is well. Thank you.

Laurent Véronique from Hamelet