Doxycycline is an antibacterial bacteriostatic agent that acts by interfering with the bacterial protein synthesis of species.
Doxycycline is semisynthetic tetracycline derived from Oxytetracycline. It acts on the 30s ribosomal subunit, to which is bound reversibly, blocking the union between the aminoacyl-tRNA (transfer RNA) to the mRNA-ribosome complex, preventing the addition of new amino acids into the growing peptide chain & thus interfering with protein synthesis.
Doxycycline is active against gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
Bromhexine is a benzyl amine with expectorant properties. It is used alone or in combination with antimicrobials for treatment of respiratory diseases.
Bromhexine the volume of the bronchial secrtion, modifies the pattern of mucopolysaccharides produced by the secretory cells, reduces the viscosity of the mucus and increases the tracheobronchial ciliary activity
Each one ml contains:
Doxycycline hyclate…………………………………………. 115.4 mg
(Equivalent to 100 mg Doxycycline base)
Bromhexine HCl…………………………………..10 mg
(Equivalent to 9.116 mg Bromhexine base)
Treatment of chronic respiratory disease and mycoplasmosis caused by Mycoplasma sp. Which is sensitive to Doxycycline.
Dosage & Route of administration:
Route of administration:
Orally via drinking water.
0.1 ml Bronchodox / kg B.w / day for 4-5 consecutive days.
The medicated water should be consumed within 12 hours.
Contra – Indication:
Don’t use in animals with known hypersensitivity to the tetracycline or bromhexine.
Don’t use this medication in the laying birds.
Don’t use in animals with hepatic alteration.
Don’t use within 4 weeks of onset of egg production.
As with all tetracycline allergic reaction and photosensitization can occur.
If treatment is very prolonged digestive disorders caused by intestinal dysbiosismy occur.
Meat: 10 days.
Eggs: not authorized for use in laying birds producing eggs for human consumption.
Stored at temperature not exceed 30 C˚.