The vaccine Skouhard
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In appearance, the vaccine is a suspension of white or pale yellow color. When storing the vaccine, it is possible to form a loose sediment, which when shaken is easily broken into a homogeneous suspension.
Form of issue
The vaccine is packaged in 20 or 100 cc. In polyethylene bottles of appropriate capacity, ukuporennye rubber stoppers, reinforced aluminum caps.
The vaccine provides the formation of colostral immunity in newborn calves (after feeding them with colostrum from vaccinated cows) against neonatal diarrhea caused by coronary and rotaviruses (serotypes G6 and G10), enterotoxigenic E. coli strains with adhesion factor K99 and Clostridium perfringens (type C). The level of protection of calves depends on the time of drinking, the quality and quantity of colostrum, therefore, it is necessary to pay special attention to providing calves with an adequate amount of colostrum from vaccinated cows.
In recommended doses, the vaccine is harmless and areo-agentogenic. He does not have medicinal properties.
Indications for use
The vaccine is intended for immunization of healthy heifers and infertile cows for the prevention of diarrhea in newborn calves caused by rotavirus of cattle (G6 and G10 serotypes), bovine coronavirus, enterotoxigenic E. coli strains with adhesion factor K99, Clostridium perfringens (type C). Before using the vaccine, the contents of the vial should be shaken until a homogeneous suspension is formed. The vaccine is injected intramuscularly into the neck area in a volume of 2 cm3 (1 dose). The injection site is treated with 70 ° alcohol or other antiseptic.
Animals are provided with proper care and maintenance.
Two healthy healthy animals are vaccinated with an interval of 3-4 weeks. The second dose of the vaccine should be administered no later than 3-6 weeks before calving.
Cows are revaccinated before each calving. The vaccine is administered once in a volume of 2 cm3 for 3-6 weeks before calving. In rare cases, the vaccine may cause anaphylaxis in some animals or a slight swelling at the injection site. When anaphylaxis occurs, animals are administered adrenaline or antihistamines in the recommended doses. Edema disappears for several days without treatment. After vaccination in some animals, a short-term increase in body temperature is possible.
Slaughter animals for meat is allowed no earlier than 21 days after vaccination, milk is used without restrictions.
It is forbidden to administer hyperimmune serums or immunosuppressants to animals for 1 month before or after vaccination.
The vaccine is stored and transported in a dry, dark place at a temperature of 2 to 7 C for 18 months.