Regular price ₹ 33.60
Sale price ₹ 33.60 Regular price M.R.P:
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Best deal on the Internet

Prescription Required question

Check Availability

Rapid 3-4 Day Delivery,Tiny Extra Fee!

  • AnimealPet Safe
  • AnimealBest Quality
  • AnimealFast Delivery
  • AnimealSecure Payment
View full details

Collapsible content

About Product

AMPOXIN INJ 500MG, crafted by TORRENT PHARMACEUTICALS LTD, is an essential injectable antibiotic in the field of veterinary medicine. This 5ML vial contains a potent blend of Ampicillin (250 mg) and Cloxacillin (250 mg), making it an effective treatment for a wide range of animals including dogs, cats, and various farm animals. Animeal is proud to include this versatile medication in its offerings, ensuring top-quality care for diverse animal health needs.


Ampicillin: A β-lactam antibiotic with significant efficacy against Gram-negative organisms and some Gram-positive organisms. It is particularly effective in treating respiratory infections in livestock and small ruminants.
Cloxacillin: Mainly targets staphylococcal infections, this antibiotic is also used off-label for treating various bacterial infections in cats and dogs.

Features and Benefits

Key Features: Broad-spectrum efficacy: Ideal f...

Key Features:

Broad-spectrum efficacy: Ideal for treating a range of bacterial infections.
Rapid action: Quick onset of action within 1 to 2 hours.
Versatile: Suitable for multiple species including pets and farm animals.
Uses and Benefits:
AMPOXIN INJ 500MG is primarily used to treat bacterial septicemia, respiratory tract infections, osteomyelitis, and post-operative infections. It is an invaluable asset in Animeal's product range, providing relief and recovery across a spectrum of bacterial challenges in animals.

Usage and Applications

How to Use: AMPOXIN INJ 500MG should be adminis...

How to Use:
AMPOXIN INJ 500MG should be administered as per the veterinarian's prescription, considering the type of infection, animal species, and individual health conditions. The dosage and frequency will vary based on these factors.

Mechanism of Action:
The combination of Ampicillin and Cloxacillin works by disrupting bacterial cell wall formation, effectively stopping the growth and multiplication of bacteria, leading to their elimination. This action aligns with Animeal’s dedication to offering medications that provide targeted and efficient treatment.

Safety Advice:
Common side effects include skin rash, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Use with caution in animals with liver, kidney, or blood disorders. Avoid use in animals with known allergies to penicillins or cephalosporins.

About the Brand:
TORRENT PHARMACEUTICALS LTD, the manufacturer of AMPOXIN INJ 500MG, is recognized for its commitment to high-quality veterinary products. Their alignment with Animeal’s high standards assures customers of the best care for their animals.

Animeal’s Prescription Policy:
AMPOXIN INJ 500MG is available through Animeal with a valid veterinary prescription, reflecting the company's commitment to responsible pet care.

While Animeal provides accurate and expert-reviewed information, this should not substitute for professional veterinary advice. Consult your veterinarian for any health-related questions, emphasizing Animeal’s support in the veterinarian-patient relationship.

Frequently Asked Questions

What infections does AMPOXIN INJ 500MG treat?

Primarily used for bacterial septicemia, respiratory tract infections, and post-operative infections.

Is AMPOXIN INJ 500MG safe for all animals?

Generally safe but consult a veterinarian, especially for animals with liver or kidney disorders.

What are the side effects of AMPOXIN INJ 500MG?

Common side effects include skin rash, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

How quickly does AMPOXIN INJ 500MG work?

It takes effect within 1 to 2 hours, with full effects observable in a few days.

Can AMPOXIN INJ 500MG be used with other medications?

Use with caution when combined with certain medications like antacids and aminoglycosides. Always consult a veterinarian.