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Amprolium

In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.

Scheme

Rec.INN

CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)

0000121-25-5

Chemical Formula

C14-H19-Cl-N4

Molecular Weight

278

Therapeutic Category

Antiprotozoal: Agent against coccidiosis

Chemical Name

1-[(4-amino-2-propyl-5-pyrimidinyl)metyl]-2-picolinium chloride (WHO)

Foreign Names

  • Amprolium (Latin)
  • Amprolium (German)
  • Amprolium (French)
  • Amprolio (Spanish)

Generic Names

  • Amprolium (OS: BAN, DCF)
  • Amprolium Hydrochloride (OS: BANM)
  • Amprolium hydrochloridum ad usum veterinarium (IS)
  • Chlorhydrate d'Amprolium pour usage veterinaire (IS)
  • Amprolium (PH: USP 38)
  • Amprolium (chlorhydrate d') pour usage vétérinaire (PH: Ph. Franç. 11)
  • Amprolium Hydrochloride (PH: BP vet. 2015)

Brand Names

  • Albac / Amprol Hi-E (Amprolium and Bacitracin, + Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Zoetis, United States
  • Amprol / BMD (Amprolium and Bacitracin (veterinary use))
    Zoetis, United States
  • Amprol (Amprolium and Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Virbac, South Africa
  • Amprol (veterinary use)
    Virbac, South Africa
  • Amprol 25% and Flavomycin (Amprolium and Bambermycin (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprol HI-E & Bambermycins (Amprolium and Bambermycin, + Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprol HI-E / Flavomycin (Amprolium and Bambermycin, + Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprol HI-E / Stafac (Amprolium and Ethopabate, + Virginiamycin (veterinary use))
    Phibro Animal Health, United States
  • Amprol HI-E Plus (Amprolium and Bacitracin, + Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprol Plus (Amprolium and Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprolium 9.6% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Ampromed (veterinary use)
    Cross Vetpharm Group, United States
  • Ampromed P (veterinary use)
    Cross Vetpharm Group, United States
  • Amprosid (veterinary use)
    Chemifarma, Italy
  • Amprosol (veterinary use)
    Koffolk, Israel
  • Amprovine 20% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprovine 25% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Amprovine 9.6% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Baciferm / Amprol HI-E (Amprolium and Bacitracin, + Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Zoetis, United States
  • Boviprol 9.6% (veterinary use)
    Phibro Animal Health, United States
  • Coccivet (Amprolium and Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Vetafarm, Australia
  • Corid 20% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Corid 25% (veterinary use)
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Flavomycin / Amprolium (Amprolium and Bambermycin (veterinary use))
    Huvepharma, United States
  • Keystat (Amprolium and Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    International Animal Health, Australia
  • Lincomix / Amprol Plus (Amprolium and Ethopabate, + Lincomycin (veterinary use))
    Zoetis, United States
  • Purina (veterinary use)
    Phibro Animal Health, United States
  • Amidiostat
    DAWA, Kenya
  • Amprogal (veterinary use)
    Galpharma, Israel
  • Amprolium (veterinary use)
    Allfarm Animal Health, Australia; Dopharma Veterinaire Farmaca, Netherlands
  • Amprolium 25% Trei (veterinary use)
    Trei, Italy
  • Amprolium 25% Vetoquinol (veterinary use)
    Vetoquinol, Italy
  • Amprolmix 4% (veterinary use)
    Qalian, France
  • Amproxine (Amprolium and Ethopabate (veterinary use))
    Koffolk, Israel
  • Chevi-Kok (veterinary use)
    Chevita, Germany
  • Coccibal (veterinary use)
    SP Veterinaria, Belgium; SP Veterinaria, United Kingdom
  • Coxivet (veterinary use)
    Chemifarma, Italy
  • Eimeryl (veterinary use)
    Global Vet Health, Belgium; Global Vet Health, United Kingdom; Virbac, Germany; Virbac, France
  • Harkers Pigeon Coccidiosis Treatment (veterinary use)
    Harkers Ltd, United Kingdom
  • Némaprol (veterinary use)
    Coophavet, France
  • Premium Gamba (Amprolium and Azanidazole (veterinary use))
    Roenfri, Germany

International Drug Name Search

Glossary

TermDefinition
BANBritish Approved Name
BANMBritish Approved Name (Modified)
DCFDénomination Commune Française
ISInofficial Synonym
OSOfficial Synonym
PHPharmacopoeia Name
Rec.INNRecommended International Nonproprietary Name (World Health Organization)
WHOWorld Health Organization

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