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Amprolium:

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Alternative Names Amprolium hydrochloride
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Thiamine analogue anticoccidial. Competitively inhibits thiamine use in the parasite. Anticoccidial effect can be reversed if the diet is high in thiamine. (B263)

Anticoccidial: "acts on the first-generation schizont to prevent merozoite production and has some activity against sexual stages and the sporulating oocyst." (B553.47.w47)

  • Used in the treatment of coccidiosis (in pigeons in the UK). (B340.1.w1)
  • Note: Prolonged use at high dosages may result in thiamine deficiency. (B263)

Lagomorphs - Oryctolagus cuniculus domesticus - Domestic rabbit:

  • 9.6%, 0.5 mL per pint of drinking water for 10 days. Coccidiosis. (B548.w8)
  • 9.6%, 5 mL per gallon of drinking water for 21 days. Coccidiosis. (B548.w8)
  • 20 mg/kg orally every 24 hours for five days. (B601.15.w15)
  • 96 mg (1 mL of 9.6% solution) per litre of drinking water for 10 days. (B601.15.w15)
  • 2.3 mL of 3.84% solution per litre of drinking water for prophylaxis against coccidial infections. (B603.5.w5)

Ferrets - Mustela putorius furo - Ferret:

  • 19 mg/kg orally (can be mixed into moist food). For the treatment of coccidiosis. (B627.16.w16)

Cranes

  • 0.0125 mg per kg of feed continuous. For prophylaxis against coccidiosis. (B336.20.w20)
  • 0.025 mg per kg of feed for 14 days. For treatment of coccidiosis. (B336.20.w20)
  • 0.006% in drinking water, continuous. For prophylaxis against coccidiosis. (B336.20.w20)
  • 2.2 ppm in feed or in the only source of drinking water. For the control of coccidiosis. (B12.56.w14)

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