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184 | Covetrus ph: 855.724.3461 | fx: 888.329.3861 | Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals Antimicrobial and Antiprotozoal Agents (continued) Marquis ® Antiprotozoal Oral Paste Supplied by: Boehringer Ingelheim Marquis is safe to use in horses, causing few adverse effects. Its pre-calibrated oral dosing syringe ensures accurate delivery of each dose. Marquis is easy to administer correctly; the horse owner can give the full dose each time. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 050998 73144 Marquis Antiprotozoal Oral Paste 127gm Syringe 049650 73148 Marquis Antiprotozoal Oral Paste 4 x 127gm Box Protazil ® Antiprotozoal Pellets Supplied by: Merck Protazil Antiprotozoal Pellets are for the treatment of equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) caused by Sarcocystis neurona in horses. Protazil Antiprotozoal Pellets contain 1.56% diclazuril to be mixed as a top-dress in feed. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 039302 052850 Protazil Antiprotozoal Pellets 2 lb Pail ReBalance ® Equine Oral Suspension Supplied by: PRN Pharmacal ReBalance Antiprotozoal Oral Suspension, when administered under labeled conditions, is an FDA-approved, safe and effective treatment for horses with equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) caused by Sarcocystis neurona. The active ingredients in ReBalance, sulfadiazine and pyrimethamine, are a well-known therapy for treatment of this disease. The two different antimicrobial agents inhibit folic acid synthesis at two different sites in the same synthetic pathway. The combination of sulfadiazine and pyrimethamine is synergistic, with the drug combination having an antiprotozoal effect. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 044014 30024711 ReBalance Antiprotozoal Oral Suspension 32 oz Bottle WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including pyrimethamine which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or reproductive harm. For more information go to

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