Jamma Cox

Composition :

Each 100g contains:
Amprolium HCl 20 g , sulfaquinoxaline sodium 20 g , Diaviridine HCl 5g
Vitamin K3 5 g , Excipients up to 100 g

Packing : 100g , 500g , 1000g
Effective Material : 50%
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Drug Interactions :

Not to be given in combination with thiamine

Side Effects :

Loss of appetite, diarrhea but rarely and possibly dose related

Withdrawal Period :

Meat: 5 days


It should not be given to chickens producing table eggs

Preservation :

Store in a dry and dark place at a temperature not exceeding 25° C


Indications :

It is used as an anti-coccidiosis, as it is given to treat intestinal and ileal coccidiosis in poultry, especially (Tinella, Necatrix, Acervolina, Maxima, Brunetti … etc.)

Contraindications :

Hypersensitivity to amprolium or sulfaquinoxaline
Giving thiamine in high doses may reduce the efficacy of amprolium

Dosing & Usage

Usage :

Oral with drinking water

Dosing :

Poultry: 100 g / 200 liters of drinking water for 3 days, then stop the treatment for two days, then repeat the treatment for another 3 days or according to the instructions of the veterinarian


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