Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder
  • Createtime: 2023-03-24
  • Updatetime: 2023-03-24
Product Details
Product Name: Shengxueqiu Bijing
Generic Name: Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder
Description: Shengxueqiu Bijing is a white to slightly yellow powder.
Specification: 10%
Pharmacological Action: Shengxueqiu Bijing is a sulfonamide antibacterial drug. It is highly effective against chicken coccidiosis caused by Eimeria tenella, E. necatrix, and E. acervulina, but less effective against tender and toxic Eimeria strains, requiring higher doses for efficacy. The peak antiprotozoal activity of Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium occurs during the second generation schizonts (4th day of infection). When used in combination with synergists such as methoxybenzene, Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium can enhance its therapeutic effects.

Indications and Usage: Shengxueqiu Bijing is used for the treatment of chicken coccidiosis.

Introduction of Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder

Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder is a veterinary drug used in the treatment of coccidiosis in poultry, specifically in chickens. Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease caused by Eimeria species, which can cause significant economic losses in the poultry industry. Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium is a member of the sulfonamide class of antibiotics, which work by interfering with the folic acid metabolism of the parasites, ultimately leading to their death.
Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder is administered orally to chickens in their drinking water. The recommended dosage is typically 100-200 mg per liter of drinking water, depending on the severity of the infection. Treatment should continue for 5-7 days, and medicated water should be the only source of water during this period. It is important to follow the dosage instructions carefully and to avoid overdosing, as this can lead to toxicity.
As with all veterinary drugs, Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium Soluble Powder should be used under the guidance of a veterinarian. It is important to observe withdrawal periods before slaughter, to ensure that residual drug levels in poultry meat and eggs are below safe limits. In addition, it is important to practice good biosecurity measures, such as cleaning and disinfecting poultry houses, to prevent the spread of coccidiosis and other diseases.