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Newcastle Disease Vaccine (Lentogenic, LASOTA Strain)

Generic Name: 

Newcastle Disease Vaccine (Lentogenic, LASOTA Strain) or Ranikhet Disease Vaccine Live, Lentogenic ‘LaSota’ strain, I.P.

Description:

Ranikhet disease The Lasota strain is a lentogenic strain. Also known as Newcastle disease vaccine, Live, Roentgen strain. Fairly safe for 1- to 7-day-old soft chicks, including laying hens. It gives a very good immunity that lasts about 6 weeks. 

Newcastle disease is an infection of poultry and other bird species by the pathogenic Newcastle disease virus (NDV). It is a global problem and presents primarily as an acute respiratory illness, although depression, neurological symptoms, or diarrhea may be the predominant clinical forms.

Vaccination schedule include primary dose in 1-7 days and Re-vaccination is recommended 3 to 6 weeks later and booster at 16-18 weeks of age.

Composition:

The vaccine contains ≥ 106EID50 units of Ranikhet disease LaSota Strain virus per dose

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Pharmaceutical Form:

Freeze dried form

Method of Administration:

Administer to the chick one drop of vaccine orally  or by drinking water method.

Dosage: 

One drop of vaccine

Presentation:

200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 dose vials.

Shelf Life:

24 Months for the Manufacture

 

Storage:

Store the vaccine at 2o-8°C. Chill the dilutions on ice 1 hour before starting the vaccination. Always keep reconstituted vaccines on ice during vaccination and use within 2 hours.

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