COCCISTOP 100 tbs
- Active substances: Sulfaquinoxaline, vitamin K3, vitamin C
- Tablets used In the treatment of coccidiosis and avian cholera and Salmonella
- Target species: birds
- Administration: orally
- Package: 100 tablets
1 tablet contains:
Sulfaquinoxaline (as sodium) ………………..…… 2 mg
Vitamin K3 …………………….……………….…. 4 mg
Vitamin C…………………………………..….… 10 mg
Excipient: Starch, Lactose monohydrate, Hydroxypropylcellulose, Stearic acid, Colloidal silicon dioxide, Talc, Sodium metabisulfite.
Sulfaquinoxaline is a sulfonamide with outstanding anticoccidial and antibacterial properties (especially against Gram-negative bacteria). Vitamin K is associated in all treatments with sulfaquinoxaline to prevent the side effects induced by it. The addition of vitamin C in the medicine composition ensures the potentiation of antihemoragic effect and increases the body’s resistance to microbial and parasitic agents.
– Treatment of coccidiosis in chicken and turkey young
– Treatment of avian cholera and salmonella
POSOLOGY, ROUTE AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
Anti-coccidian and anti-infection treatment, consists in individual oral administration, using doses of 1 tablet per 0.5 kg body weight per day for 2 consecutive days in two halves separated by a 3-day break. If necessary, treatment can be resumed after three days, practicing the same scheme.
CONTRAINDICATIONS, PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS
Do not use this product in birds producing eggs for human consumption. In the young replacement, the product will be used only until the age of 8 – 10 weeks. It is recommended to supplement the treatment with vitamin AD3E. Persons allergic to sulphonamides will avoid contact the product. Generally, respecting the correct dose, the product is well tolerated and has no adverse reactions. Adverse reactions might appear after prolonged administration or due to overdose (hemorrhagic syndrome manifested by anorexia, epistaxis, haemoptysis, mucous deviation and pallor).
Sulphonamides potentiate the action provided by the hypoglycemic sulfonylureas (chlorpropamide, glibenclamid, tolbutamid) by moving from proteins.
The concomitant use of sulphonamides and isonuazid can cause hemolytic anemia. The action of penicillins, that are active only against multiplying bacteria, can be antagonized by sulphonamides. Oxyphenbutazone and phenylbutazone increase the action of the bacteriostatic sulfonamides by moving from the proteins. The probenecid increases the plasmatic level of sulphonamides, due to its influence over the excretion speed. Methenamine do not associates with sulphonamides, since they split in aldehyde formation and it can form insoluble sulfonamides derivatives in the blood circuit.
The overdose can cause toxic effects, such as: anemia, delay of the incubation period, bleedings in chest muscles and legs area.
Sulfaquinoxaline is incompatible with salinomycin and narasin.
Meat: 10 days
At temperatures below 25°C, away from direct sunlight.
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