enterotoxaemia, sudden death,
blackleg and black disease,
in injectable suspension
PER DOSE (2 ML):
Clostridium perfringens ß toxoid, types B, C and D: ≥ 10 IU*; Clostridium perfringens ε toxoid, types B, C and D: ≥ 5 IU*; Clostridium noyvi α toxoid, type B: ≥ 3.5 IU*; Clostridium septicum α toxoid: ≥ 2.5 IU*; Anaculture of Clostridium chauvoei: 100% protection**. Clostridium sordelli toxoid: 100% protection**. Adjuvant.
*International Units (of antitoxin per ml of serum).
**Level of protection in guinea pigs (as per Ph.Eur.).
Adult Sheep and Goats: To prevent enterotoxaemia (pulpy kidney disease), sudden death, blackleg and necrotic hepatitis.
Lambs and Kids: To prevent dysentery, haemorrhagic enteritis, pulpy kidney disease and blackleg.
Cattle: To prevent enterotoxaemia, sudden death, blackleg, black disease and necrotic hepatitis.
A sporadic anaphylactic reaction may appear in some sensitive animals. In such a case administer an antihistaminic.
Administer the vaccine at a room temperature between +15 and +25 ºC.
Shake before and during administration.
Sheep and Goats: 2 ml/adult animal; and 1 ml/young animal.
Cattle: 4 ml/animal.
Generally, the following vaccination programme is recommended:
First vaccination: Vaccinate and revaccinate within an interval of 20 to 25 days.
Booster vaccination: Administer one dose every 12 months. In areas where pulpy kidney disease is prevalent, vaccinate every 6 months (spring and autumn).
Lambs and kids can be vaccinated a few days after birth.
Store at +2 to +8 ºC, avoiding freezing.
250 ml bottle.
Under veterinary prescription
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