POLİVAC-CL

POLİVAC-CL




Composition:                                                        

POLIVAC-CL Vaccine is inactive, toxoid combined a vaccine which is prepared from master cultures of Cl. perfringens types B, C and D, Cl. oedematiens type A, Cl. septicum and Cl. chauvoei.

POLIVAC-CI Vaccine is prepared according to international standards.

Rations of Antitoxins;

 

POLIVAC Cl-Vaccine is the first combine vaccine is which produced against infections of bacterial toxins in our country.

Indications:

The vaccine is indicated as described for the disease below;

Enterotoxaemia

•     On sheep, goats and calf; struck disease, pulp kidney and hemorrhagic enteritis caused by Cl perfringes Types C and D,

•        On lambs, contagious lamb dysentery caused by Cl perfringens Type B Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis

•        On sheep, diseases caused by Cl perfringens Type B Black Disease (Antrax)

  • On cattle and sheep, diseases caused by Cl chauvoei,

Gas Gangrene

•     On cattle, sheep and goats, diseases caused by Cl perfringens, Cl. septicum and Cl. oedematiens,

Bradzo

  • On cattle, sheep and goats, diseases caused by Cl. septicum.

Contraindications:

Unknown.

Administration and Dosage:

•     For sheep and goats, the vaccine is applied at 2 ml by subcutaneous injection in the first application. Vaccination is repeated after 21 days.

•     The vaccine is applied as 1 ml by subcutaneous injection for born lambs from unvaccinated mother. Vaccination is repeated after 21 days.

•     For adult cattle, the vaccine is applied 4 ml by subcutaneous injection in the first applications. Vaccination is repeated after 21 days.

•     For younger than 3 months calf, the vaccine is applied 2 ml by subcutaneous injection in the first applications. Vaccination is repeated after 21 days.

•     Vaccinated animals are vaccinated once yearly. Immunity occurred within 6-8 weeks and continued during the year.

  • Pregnant animals should be vaccinated before 2-2,5 weeks before delivery.
  • Pregnant goats should not be vaccinated.

•     On rare occasions, anaphylactic shock may develop. It can be under control with antihistaminic.

Presentation:

The vaccine is packed in glass bottles of 100 and 200 ml volume.

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