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Live Attenuated Lumpy Skin Disease Virus Vaccine

Generic Name: 

Live Attenuated Lumpy Skin Disease Virus Vaccine.

Description:

Rough skin disease is a poxvirus disease of cattle characterized by fever, nodules on the skin and mucous membranes of internal organs, weakness, enlarged lymph nodes, skin edema, and sometimes death. It is economically important as it leads to loss and skin damage. LSD is caused by strains of the Capripoxvirus that are antigenically indistinguishable from the strains that cause sheeppox and goatpox. However, bovine strains of Capripox do not infect or transmit sheep or goats, as evidenced by the differences in geographical distribution between LSD and sheep/goatpox.

Composition:

Freeze-dried, live attenuated Lumpy skin disease viral vaccine prepared from the Neethling strain of the virus. The diluent is used to re-hydrate the freeze-dried component.

Indications:

For the active immunization of healthy cattle against Lumpy skin disease

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Pharmaceutical Form:

Freeze dried form with diluent

Dosage:

2ml dose is administered per animal.

Method of Administration:

Administered through a subcutaneous route.

Presentation:

50-, 100-, and 150-dose vials packed together with the corresponding diluent

Vaccination Schedule:

Annual revaccination is recommended.

Contraindications:

For veterinarian use only. Do not use if seal is broken or package is damaged. do not do

Vaccinate unhealthy animals. Avoid contact between sheep and vaccinated cattle for at least 3 weeks after vaccination. All vaccines can cause anaphylactic reactions in some animals. In this case, adrenaline should be administered.

Storage:

Store at -20°C. (freezer). Under these conditions, the shelf life is 2 years. When storing in

Between +2°C and +8°C (refrigerated), shelf life is 1 month.

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