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The Avian Coccidiosis

Published: November 26, 2020
Summary
Is a parasitic disease caused by protozoan of the genus Eimeria , affecting virtually all domestic and wild poultry species. The disease transmission is fecal-oral, by ingesting sporulated oocysts present in the litter, from faeces from infected birds, although a mechanical transmission is also possible through dust, utilities, workers' clothing... The course of the disease (clinical/subcli...
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Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
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Dr. Syed Imam Shah
3 de diciembre de 2020

I would like to know detail composition about plant extract used in coccidiosisis as phytobiotic, and what are the phormological action of this plant extract, please.

Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
9 de diciembre de 2020
Dr. Syed Imam Shah Dear Dr. Syed Many thanks for your interest in the product. As indicated, COCCILIP is composed by several plant extracts with other technical components, which are all duly authorized for its use in animal nutrition. Due to the different plant extracts included in the product, we could say the way of action is multifactorial, direct and indirec: Direct activity over Eimeria (blocking the full development of the coccidia cycle) and over C. perfringens,and indirect activity , acting as gut health enhancer favouring non appropiate conditions for the pathogen development. Regards
Pavel Melnikov
MVService
2 de marzo de 2021
CARLOS LOPEZ TOME Dear Senor CARLOS LOPEZ TOME I can note that the mechanism of action of the product is described very vaguely. It is not clear how, and at what specific stage, the product affects the Eimeria. It is also not clear how it destroys the pathogen, could it be the destruction of the cell membrane? Could it be the inhibition of the 4-Aminobenzoic acid? What?
PHILIP QUINN
QPHARM
5 de diciembre de 2020
why do you not inform us which particular herbal extracts are used?
Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
9 de diciembre de 2020
PHILIP QUINN Dear Philip Coccilip formulation is the result of a long research looking for the most effective combination of herbal extracts and other technical components. Product is manufactured following EU standards, and all its components are duly authorized for its use in animal nutrition in EU. In the case of phytobiotic products, more important than the qualitative composition is how are they combined and in which proportion, in order to take advantage as much as possible of their sinergies. Regards
Tibor Cserep
MSD - Merck Animal Health
6 de diciembre de 2020

Very interesting concept against both coccidiosis and NE. Could you please send me publications about comparative trials with in feed anticoccidials and antibiotics against NE?
Many thanks,
Tibor Cserep, DVM MRCVS

Govinda reddy.dodda
Srinivasa Group
6 de diciembre de 2020
The coccilip P and coccilip L will definitely help in preventing coccidiosis and nephrotic enteritis in poultry provided the the trial reports encouraging. Pl try pass on the trial reports and names of companies manufacturing the products and its availability.
PHILIP QUINN
QPHARM
7 de diciembre de 2020
Govinda reddy.dodda exactly which herbal extracts or phytochemicals do these products contain?
Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
9 de diciembre de 2020
Govinda reddy.dodda Dear Govinda Reddy Many thanks for your message. The products are manufactured by the company LIPTOSA (Lipidos Toledo,S.A), in Spain. Both references are already available in India market. I'll send you the contact details of our partner there Regards
kamel zyan
10 de febrero de 2021
Hello dear I ask before to know more about these products used to control coccidiosis and if you have a distributer in egypt let me know more thank you
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
10 de febrero de 2021
Dear Kamel, Yes we have distributors in Egypt, our Manager responsible for the Egyptian market will contact you. Best regards, Ewa
kamel zyan
22 de febrero de 2021
hello EWA good morning, About the distributer in Egypt till now no one call me for your products in Egypt. My best wishes
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
22 de febrero de 2021
Dear kamel zyan , please be so kind to check the SPAM mailbox, as our manager sent you the e-mail directly. However just in case we will send it once again, no worries
Dr. Maswi Chacha
1 de marzo de 2021
You have a distributor in Tanzania?
Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
2 de marzo de 2021
Dear Dr. Maswi, Liptosa's Manager responsible for Tanzania market will contact you for further details Regards Carlos L.
Dr. Maswi Chacha
2 de marzo de 2021
CARLOS LOPEZ TOME Thanks! You have a distributor in Tanzania specifically any drug for respiratory disease from your company?
Muhammad Hassan
15 de marzo de 2021
Dear valued concern Would you share about the cocci vac B MOA on each eimeria Regards Hassan
Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
16 de marzo de 2021
Dear Muhammad Hassan Due to the resistances generated by chemical coccidiostats and the higher legislative pressure about its use, coccidia vaccines are becoming more popular as a new option or one more alternative in the rotation programs, the same than Coccilip products. In the case of Coccilip products, we have activity against the different Eimeria species affecting poultry. In the case of your question about the MOA of Coccivac B, I would suggest you to contact the manufacturer/supplier of the vaccine, who would be the right person to give the details about its specific way of action. Best regards Carlos L.
Muhammad Hassan
18 de marzo de 2021
Thanks Dear Carlos for your valuable inputs Regards Hassan
Ibrahim shama
MSD Perú
23 de marzo de 2021
Muhammad Hassan Dear Mohamad, please clarify what do you mean by MOA of coccivac B, I can help you Best regards Ibrahim shama MSD animal health
Dr Humphrey Mbugua
20 de marzo de 2021

Well cleaned, disinfected chicken house, then chicks placed with optimal ventilation& heat with constant appraisal of litter quality + adequate & quality feeds has worked for me in up to 5,000 chicks, only depending on the coccidiostat in the feeds.

Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
21 de marzo de 2021

Dear Dr. Humphrey Mbugua,
Completely agree that correct coccidia management includes all of the aforementioned factors: cleaning, disinfection, climate control, farm management, feeding, biosecurity measures.

Shagufta Iqbal
22 de marzo de 2021
Is there any plant extract that is used for the control of avian coccidiosis?
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
23 de marzo de 2021
Shagufta Iqbal the best know up to date is essential oil of oregano used alone or in combination with other botanical components.
Shagufta Iqbal
23 de marzo de 2021
Ewa Sujka Thank you ma'am for the reply. That was helpful.
Aripin Drh
JAPFA Group
25 de marzo de 2021
Can you (Ewa Sujka) explain the mechanism of essential oil in preventing coccidiosis at 5 weeks of age chickens ?
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
25 de marzo de 2021

Dear Aripin Drh,

Essential oils have multidirectional mode of action, in case of coccidiosis the most important properties of essential oils is its capability to increase the permeability of ooquists wall and also to protect the intestine epithelium from adhesion of sporozoits and squizonts.

PHILIP QUINN
QPHARM
1 de abril de 2021
Ewa Sujka which particular essential oils do you recommend?
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
4 de abril de 2021
Dear Dr PHILIP QUINN , The most known and studied is the essential oil of oregano.
Ken Bafundo
Phibro Animal Health
31 de marzo de 2021
Would you please share your data indicating that essential oils increase the permeability of the oocyst wall?
Ewa Sujka
LIPTOSA
4 de abril de 2021
Good day Ken Bafundo , I may recommand an interesting by Muthamislevan et al. with very nive review of different active compounds.
Siyanbola O.O
2 de abril de 2021

Yes, I will be interested.
Coccidiosis is a serious health challenge in my environment.

Khristoffer C. Villanueva
13 de abril de 2021

What's your opinion re use of ammonium hydroxide to control kill coccidia oocysts?

Carlos López Tomé
LIPTOSA
15 de abril de 2021

Dear Khristoffer C. Villanueva
As far as the severity of the infection depends also on the quantity of oocyst ingested by the animal, establishing adequate cleaning and disinfection protocols are crucial in the prevention program.
Ammonium hydroxide, hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, peracetic acid…are among the alternatives, alone or in combination.
We shall not forget also other biosecurity measures like keeping drinkers and feeders in height, litter management, ventilation…

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