Furoxone

 
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Without a Prescription

Furoxone is prescribed for the specific and symptomatic treatment of bacterial or protozoal diarrhea and enteritis caused by susceptible organisms.
Furoxone is prescribed in the treatment of protozoal and bacterial infections in the human organism.

Dosage

Ask your pharmacist to tell you the correct dose of Furoxone that suits you best.

Overdose

Symptoms of overdose may include:
- Urticaria;
- Hemolysis;
- Fever;
- Arthralgia;
- A vesicular morbilliform rash;
- A fall in blood pressure;
- A brown discoloration of the urine;

Side Effects

Side effects may include:
- Abdominal pain;
- Diarrhea;
- Fever;
- Headaches;
- Itching;
- Joint pain;
- Nausea;
- Redness;
- Skin rashes;
- Sore throat;
- Urine discoloration to dark yellow or brown;
- Vomiting;

Brand Names

Other synonyms:
- Viofuragyn;
- USAF EA-1;
- Trifurox;
- Tricoron;
- Tricofuron;
- Trichofuron;
- Topazone;
- Tikofuran;
- Sclaventerol;
- Roptazol;
- Puradin;
- Ortazol;
- Optazol;
- Nitrofuroxon;
- Nitrofurazolidonum;
- Nitrofurazolidone;
- Nifurazolidone;
- Nifuran;
- Nifulidone;
- Nicolen;
- Neftin;
- Medaron;
- Giarlam;
- Giardil;
- Furozolidine;
- Furoxone Swine Mix;
- Furoxone Liquid;
- Furoxon;
- Furoxane;
- Furoxal;
- Furox;
- Furovag;
- Furidon;
- Furazon;
- Furazolidone;
- Furazolidon;
- Furazolidine;
- Furazol;
- Furaxone;
- Furaxon;
- Furall;
- Fiurox aerosol powder;
- Enterotoxon;
- Diafuron;
- Coryzium;
- Corizium;
- Bifuron;
Without Prescription (2017)