Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae – minimum 1 x 109
Virus of pestis in pigs, nonpatogenous – minimum 105 PD50
Lyophilized culture of the vivid attenuated strain of erysipelas and nonpatogenous strain of classical swine fever in pigs.
For the basic imunization against erysipelas and pest. Pigs shall be vaccinated not early than at the age of 8-9 weeks.
Dosage, application and vaccination scheme:
Dosage: 2 ml
Application: subcutaneously, preferably to the paraauricular area.
The first vaccination: pigs over 8-9 weeks of age.
Revaccination shall be carried out in pigs at the age of 5 -6 month (before they are included in a breeding-stock).
Its onset against classical swine fever can be observed 3th day after the vaccination and the immunity is fully developed 7th day after the vaccination. The vaccine assures the whole-life immunity against classical swine fever.
Its onset against erysipelas be observed 8th – 14th day after the vaccination and it lasts for 6 months. Nevertheless, in order to keep the immunity against erysipelas, the revaccination with the vaccine against erysipelas shall be carried out every 6 months.
Shelf life of the veterinary medicinal product in intact package 18 months and the vaccine shall be consumed within 3 hours after being dissolved.
The vaccine can be applied intradermally by means of a needless injector during the mass examination. 5x concentrated vaccine shall be used in such cases. The lyophilizate supplied in 20 ml vial (with 100 ml marking) shall be then diluted only in 20 ml of E diluent and 0.2 ml of vaccine shall be applied into the skin in auricle base.
Special storage precaution:
Store in a refrigerator (2 °C – 8 °C). Do not freeze.
20 ml and 100 ml with Diluent E
Producer: Bioveta AS, Czech Republic.