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NAVET-ECOVAC F

( Inactivated Vaccine )

Description:

  • Vaccine contains E. coli strains carrying adhesive factors F4, F18; has ability to produce toxins LT, ST and especially is toxin Stx2e. Vaccine is created basing on applying two modern technologies: Microbial fermentation technology is used to culture E. coli strains and Gene technology is used to produce recombinant protein toxin antigen Stx2e, the important toxin causing edema disease. This is inactivated vaccine with formalin used like inactivated agent and immune adjuvant aluminum hydroxide
  • Vaccine is safe and effective in prevention of edema disease and diarrhea in piglets with the methodology of causing proactive immunity to piglets (or) vaccination for sows in pregnant period to supply the disease prevention ability for piglets by receiving the colostrum
  • Antibody response could be detected after 7-10 days injecting vaccine and pigs having the completely immune status after applying booster dose on 14 days

Composition:

  • E.coli  10 x 109 CFU/ml
  • Protein toxin Stx2e  25-50 µg/ml
  • Immune adjuvant  Aluminum hydroxide

Indications:

Use to cause the proactive immunity to prevent edema and diarrhea disease caused by E.coli on piglets after and before weaning.

Contraindications:

None.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration route: Intramuscular injection at behind ear site or subcutaneous. Shake well before use.
  • Piglets:
    • Primary vaccination: 1ml/head at 10-14 days old, by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection.
    • Booster: 2ml/head after 7-10 days of primary vaccination.
  • Sows: Inject first time at 5-6 weeks before giving birth and booster at 2-3 weeks before giving birth. Dose is 2ml/head, by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.

Precautions:

  • Only vaccinate to healthy pigs. Do not use for weak, fever, chronic pigs and less appetite.
  • Vaccine product should be achieved room temperature in natural way before using.
  • Do not use expired vaccine product, cracked, tear or unclear label or not stored at indicated storage temperature. The open product must be used completely within a day.
  • Inject pregnant pigs softly; avoid panic to pigs, minimize the factors when injecting can cause sows to miscarry due to mechanical.
  • In some rarest case, depend on animals, small ratio of pigs after inject the product having undesirable reaction (very susceptible). In those cases, need to report to veterinarians handling promptly and recommend to use adrenaline combination with others treatment drugs.
  • Syringe, needle and other tools used to vaccinate need to be sterilized, note the needle change periodically during vaccination.
  • To achieve a good preventive effect after vaccination, combine vaccination with epidemic sanitation and nurturing care.
  • Only use the vaccine for the identified purpose (indicated for treatment).
  • Follow the administration and dosage written on label.

Shelf-life:

  • Before first opening: 18 months since the manufactured date at the storage condition 2-8oC.
  • After first opening: must use product within a day.

Packaging:

  • Container: Vaccine is packed in glass or plastic bottle.
  • Volume: 2ml; 5ml; 10ml; 20 ml; 50 ml; 100 ml; 200ml; 250ml and 500ml.

Storage:

  • Store at 2-8oC, protect from light, do not freeze.
  • During transportation, products need to keep in Styrofoam box with gel-ice, protect from light.

PRRS - BG08 Strain

( Freeze-Dried Vaccine )

Description:

PRRS vaccine is lyophilized live vaccine, contains attenuated BG08 strain of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV), which derived from highly pathogenic PRRS virus. Vaccinated pigs are protected at 21 -28 days post vaccination. The duration of immunity lasts from 4 to 6 months. Each dose contains at least 105TCID50 of PRRS virus strain BG08.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 105TCID50 of attenuated PRRS virus, strain BG08.
  • Excipients:   Gelatin: 0.5%;   WFI q.s: 100%.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy pigs against porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy pigs.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 2ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Dosage:

Vaccination schedule:

    • Piglets:
      • At high risk areas:
        • Primary vaccination: half of dose at 15 days old.
        • Revaccination: one dose at 30 days after the primary vaccination
      • Buffer zone or surveillance zones: a single dose at 35 – 40 days old.
    • Sows:
        • Non-pregnant sows should be vaccinated a single dose at 2 -3 weeks before mating.
        • Pregnant sows should be vaccinated a single dose at 80th – 90th of pregnancy.
    • Breeding boars should be vaccinated twice annually, 1 dose per vaccination.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose Vial contains 10 doses, 50 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

SPORE ANTHRAX

( Freeze-Dried Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Anthrax spores, Stern 34 F2 strain and the immunomodulatory of saponin to enhance the antibody response. The vaccine is stable and safe for animals and no harm to human. Immunity of animals vaccinated with this vaccine may last one year.

Composition:

  • Each dose contains at least 10 x 106 CFU of live-attenuated Anthrax spores, Stern 34 F2 strain.
  • Skimmed milk. 

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy cattle (4 months old or older), pigs, goats and sheep (3 months old or older) against Anthrax disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy animals.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent:
    • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
    • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
  • For vaccination:
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
    • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 1ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Administration route: by subcutaneous injection.
  • Dosage:
    • Cattle: 1ml (1ml contains at least 10 x 106 spores).
    • Goats, sheep and pigs: ½ dose of cattle (1ml contains at least 5x106 spores).
  • Revaccinate every 12 months.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry or out of expiry, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 12 hours after reconstitution.
  • Shelf-life at room temperature: 6 months.
  • Primary packaging materials should be sterilized by heat (burn or boiled at least 15 minutes) before removed.

Shelf life:

24 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

GOAT PASTEURELLOSIS

( Inactivated Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, A:1 and the inactivated Pasteurella haemolytica cells, type A in adjuvant of aluminum hydroxide.

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10 x 109 CFU of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, A:1 and 10 x 109 CFU of inactivated Pasteurella haemolytica cells, type A.
  • Aluminum hydroxide.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy goats from 2-3 months old or older against Pasteurellosis in pneumonic and acute form.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy goats.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
  • Dose of 2ml / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired.
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Shelf-life after first opening: 10 hours.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

12 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses (20 ml) and 25 doses (50 ml).

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA Strain P52

( Oil Adjuvanted Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains cells of the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, P52 strain in adjuvant of oil emulsion. The vaccine is safe and rarely side-effect occurs in mass-vaccination. The duration of immunity is within 12 months.

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10x109 CFU of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, P52 strain.
  • Oil emulsion.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy cattle against Haemorrhagic septicaemia disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy cattle.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By intramuscular injection.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Primary vaccination: from 2 months old or older, dose of 2 ml / head. Revaccinate every 12 months.
    • In endemic regions: revaccination should be performed every 9 months.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, showed separation of the oil and aquaeous phases.
  • Opened bottle should be used within a day.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses (20 ml) and 25 doses (50 ml).

Storage:

  • Store at 2oC - 8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.
  • A deposition may be seen at the bottom of vaccine bottle after long storage period. It does not change the quality of vaccine.

HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA Strain P52

( Inactivated Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, P52 strain in adjuvant of aluminum hydroxide. The vaccine is safe and rarely side-effect occurs in mass-vaccination. The duration of immunity is within 9 months.

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10 x 109 of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype B:2, P52 strain.
  • Aluminum hydroxide.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy cattle against Haemorrhagic septicaemia disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy cattle.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By subcutaneous injection at neck, or by intramuscular injection.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Primary vaccination:
      • 6 – 12 months old: 2 ml / head
      • In high risk areas: can be vaccinated from 3 months old.
    • Revaccinate every 6 months: 2ml / head

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired.
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Shelf-life after first opening: 10 hours.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

12 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses (20 ml) and 25 doses (50 ml).

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

SEPTICAEMIC PASTEURELLOSIS – SALMONELLOSIS

( Freeze-dried Vaccine )

Description:

Septicaemic pasteurellosis – Salmonellosis vaccine is lyophilized live vaccine, contains the Pasteurella multocida cells, AvPS-3 strain and Salmonella cholera suis cells. Vaccine are produced by microbial fermentation technology. The vaccine is safely and stimulate producing fast and strong immunity.

Composition:

  • Each dose contains at least 3 x 108 CFU of attenuated Pasteurella multocida cells, AvPS-3 strain and 2 x 109 CFU of attenuated Salmonella cholera suis O:6,7; H:1,5 cells, Smith strain.
  • Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy pigs from 20 days old or older against Septicaemic pasteurellosis and Salmonellosis diseases.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy pigs.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration route: by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
  • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
    • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
    • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
  • For vaccination:
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
    • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 1ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Dose of 1ml / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 12 hours after reconstitution.
  • To increase the preventive effectiveness of vaccine and reduce the adverse effects, let pigs drink vitamin C continuously within 1 week before vaccination.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose Vial contains 10 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

SALMONELLOSIS

( Inactivated Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains cells of the inactivated Salmonella cholera suis biovar Kunzendorf cells in adjuvant of aluminum hydroxide. The vaccine is used for the active immunization against salmonellosis in pigs.

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10 x109 CFU of inactivated Salmonella cholera suis.
  • Aluminum hydroxide.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy pigs against Salmonellosis disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy pigs.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By subcutaneous injection inside of thigh or by intramuscular injection behind the ear.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Piglets:
      • Primary vaccination: 20 – 30 days old, dose of 1ml / head.
      • Revaccination: 2-3 weeks after primary vaccination, dose of 2ml/head
    • Gilts and sows: revaccinate at 1-2 weeks before mating, dose of 2ml/ head.
    • Breeding boards: revaccinate every 6 months, dose of 2ml / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired.
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Shelf-life after first opening: 10 hours.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

12 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses (20ml), 25 doses (50ml).

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

HOG CHOLERA

( Vaccine cell culture-based (Freeze-dried) )

Description:

Hog Cholera vaccine is lyophilized live vaccine, contains the PK15 tissue-culture adapted version of lapinized attenuated C-strain of classical swine fever virus (CSFV). The vaccine is completely safe and can stimulate an early and strong antibody response and induce a durable immunity against classical swine fever. Each dose contains at least 103TCID50.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 103TCID50 of attenuated Swine fever virus, strain C.
  • Excipients : Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy pigs against classical swine fever (Hog Cholera) disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy pigs.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 1ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Dosage:
      • Vaccination schedule:
      • Piglets:
        • Primary vaccination at from 15-30 days old.
        • Revaccination at 15 days later (from 30-45 days old).
        • Piglets which have no maternal antibody can be vaccinated a single dose at 1 day old and revaccinate at 3-4 weeks later.
      • Gilts and pregnant sows:
        • Gilts and non-pregnant sows should be vaccinated 2 weeks before mating.
        • Pregnant sows should be vaccinated at least 1 month before parturition.
      • Breeding boars should be vaccinated twice annually.
    • Dosage: 1 dose / head

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses, 25 doses and 50 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

SEPTICAEMIC PASTEURELLOSIS

( Inactivated Vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains cells of the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, FgHc strain in adjuvant of aluminum hydroxide. The vaccine is safely and rarely side-effect seen in mass-vaccination in pigs. The duration of immunity is 9 months (after second vaccination).

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10 x109 cfu/ml of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, FgHc strain.
  • Aluminum hydroxide.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy pigs against Pasteurella multocida disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy pigs.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By subcutaneous injection behind the ear or inside of thigh.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Piglets:
      • Primary vaccination: 20 – 30 days old, dose of 1ml / head.
      • Revaccination: 40–50 days old, dose of 2ml / head.
    • Gilts and sows: revaccinate at 4-5 weeks before mating, dose of 2ml/head.
    • Breeding boards: revaccinate every 6 months, dose of 2ml/head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired.
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Shelf-life after first opening: 10 hours.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

12 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 10 doses (20ml), 25 doses (50ml).

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

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