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Clostridium Perfringens Vaccine, Inactivated I.P. (Type B, C & D)

Generic Name: 

Clostridium Perfringens Vaccine, Inactivated I.P. (Type B, C & D)


Bovine enterotoxemia caused by Clostridium perfringens is a sudden death syndrome with necrotic lesions in the small intestine that primarily affects lactating and fattening calves. For calf fattening, mainly beef cattle breeds are affected. The syndrome accounts for approximately 20% of these calves compared to 4% in dairy and hybrid calves.


Each dose contains at least 109 CFU of inactivated bacterin of Clostridium Perfringens type B, C & D.

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Pharmaceutical Form:



2 mL per animal

Method of Administration:

The vaccine should be administered through a subcutaneous route.


Vaccine is available in 50 dose(100 ml vial).

Vaccination Schedule:

Two doses of vaccination should be given 15 days apart before the start of the disease season.

Pregnant animals should be vaccinated twice, 15 days apart, at least one month before birth. This method protects lambs up to two months of age.


All unvaccinated animals should be vaccinated as soon as they become aware of disease outbreaks

Two vaccinations, 15 days apart, provide protection for over 9 months. A booster vaccination every 9 months guarantees complete protection for 1 year. The disease can also occur in vaccinated animals, but the disease is observed in a very mild form.



Vaccine is required to be stored at 2°-8°C in cold area.

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