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Combined H.S and BQ. Vaccine

Generic Name: 

Combined Heamorrhagic Septiceamia and Black Quarter Vaccine, Inactivated

Description:

Sepsis occurs when bacteria enter the bloodstream and circulate throughout the body. They damage internal organs and can lead to calf death from multiple organ failure.Usually the bacteria enter the blood through other infections such as umbilical cord infections, pneumonia and diarrhea.

Blackleg is an acute, highly fatal disease of cattle and sheep caused by Clostridium chauvoei. In cattle, characteristic lesions of emphysematous swelling of muscles often occur without a history of wounds. In contrast, sheep diseases are most often the result of wound infections after shearing, docking, castration, etc. This disease is very deadly.

Composition:

The vaccine is a suspension of formalin-inactivated bacteria Pasteurella multocida P-52 (IVRI strain) and Clostridium chauvoei-49 (IVRI strain) mixed with aluminum hydroxide gel. Each dose contains 109 CFU each of Pasteurella multocida P-52 and Clostridium chauvoei-49 inactivated organisms.

Indications:

For the active immunization of healthy cattle.

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Pharmaceutical Form:

Formalin inactivated, Aluminium Hydroxide Gel Adjuvanted

Dosage:

2ml dose is administered per animal.

Method of Administration:

Administered through a subcutaneous route.

Presentation:

25 dose vial

Vaccination Schedule:

Cattle should be vaccinated at least 15-20 days before the onset of seasonal outbreaks. It takes about 14 days for animals to develop full immunity. Immunity usually lasts 10-12 months. A booster vaccination is required each year just before the seasonal outbreak.

 

Storage:

Store at +2°C and +8°C 

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