Hemopast-B
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Hemopast-B

Hemopast-B

Vaccine; It is made for healthy cows, sheep and goats and calves, calves, lambs and kids. It is performed to protect against hemorrhagic septicemia caused by P. multocida and M. haemolytica Al strains from shipping fever, pneumonia and neonatal pneumonia.

Composition:

P. multocida and M. haemolytica is a formol-inactivated vaccine adsorbed to aluminum hydroxide gel for A1 crimes.

Indications:

Vaccine; It is made for healthy cows, sheep and goats and calves, calves, lambs and kids. It is performed to protect against hemorrhagic septicemia caused by P. multocida and M. haemolytica Al strains from shipping fever, pneumonia and neonatal pneumonia.

Contraindications:

Vaccine; It should not be administered to calves, lambs and kids under 15 days of age, those who have been treated with antiserum for the treatment / prevention of pasteurella infection, those who have not passed 15 days after serum injection and those with bronchopneumonia or febrile infections.

Method of Application and Dosage:

In cows, one dose of vaccine is 5 ml; It is done by injecting 2 times subcutaneously by taking a 3-4 week break. It is done again after 6 months. Repeat once a year for the animals vaccinated 3 times.

Calves can be applied in seasonal changes, before transportation and every period depending on the use of the Veterinarian, the second dose is made after 3-4 weeks. In sheep and goats, one dose of vaccine is 2 ml; It is done by injecting twice subcutaneously, with an interval of 2-3 weeks.

It is recommended that pregnant sheep goats and cows be vaccinated 2 times in the last 8 and 4 weeks of pregnancy, at least 3 weeks apart.

Warnings:

It should be done only to healthy animals. Animals should be vaccinated under aseptic conditions. After the vaccine has been administered, local swelling may occur at the application site and some increase in body temperature is considered as a normal reaction.

Side effects:

Local swelling and rarely allergic reactions may occur at the application site. In case of an anatilactic shock that may develop within 2 hours following vaccination, it should be given 10/10 subcutaneously in 12 hours intervals from 1/5000 atropine sulfate solution.

Legal Purification Time:

Vaccinated animals should not be slaughtered for human consumption before 7 days have passed.

Storage conditions:

Store at + 2 ° C / + 8 ° C (under refrigerator conditions). It should never be frozen, protected from light and heat.

Packaging shape:

It is produced in a total of 1.5 and 10 doses for cattle and 2.5, 12.5 and 25 doses for sheep and goats in 10, 50 and 100 ml bottles.

Disposal Conditions:

After being kept in autoclave at 121 ° C for 30 minutes, it is thrown into the septic tank.

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