Moraxella Bovis Autovaxin is used subcutaneously or intramuscularly to provide immunity against infectious Keratoconjunctivitis infections in calf calves and cows.
It cannot be used and marketed outside the business.
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It is an inactive autogenous vaccine with mononid IMS adjuvant produced from Moraxella bovis isolates for the relevant enterprise. It is prepared in two different (injection and spray (blue colored)) formulations.
Moraxella bovis autovaxin is used subcutaneously or intramuscularly to provide immunity against infectious Keratoconjunctivitis infections in calf calves and cows. Conjunctival Moraxella bovis autovaxin is applied by spraying both eyes once. The vaccination program is carried out with a single dose every 5-6 months after vaccinating 2 times with an interval of 3 weeks.
It has no contraindications.
Moraxella bovis autovaxin was filled in 50 ml bottles in 100 ml bottles. The conjunctival Moraxella bovis Autovaxin was filled in 120 ml bottles in 30 ml spray bottles.
The vaccine bottle should be mixed frequently during the vaccination. In each injection, the injection site should be wiped with alcohol and / or effective antiseptic, the injector tip should be wiped with alcohol or a new needle should be used.
The refrigerator is stored at (+4 ° C) temperature. Freezing should be.
Vetal Animal Health Products Inc.
As the vaccine is specially prepared as autogenous, the distribution, use and use of "Otovaksin" stated in Article 76 of the Regulation on Vefer / ner Medicinal Products; registration and notifications ".
"USED ONLY IN ANIMAL HEALTH."