ORNIBUR Intermediate lyophilisate for suspension for domestic fowls
Live vaccine against infectious bursitis in poutry (Gumboro disease), lyophilized
|type of preparative:||Vaccines|
|target species animals:||Poultry|
Active substances : virus bursitidis infectiosae avium min. 104,0 TCID50 , max. 105,3 TCID50 in one dose
Excipients : nutrimentum pro lyophilisatione
Lyophilizate intended for oral and into conjuction application.
After vaccination, the immunity arises in one to two weeks and at broylers it lasts until the end of feeding period and at layers to the end of laying period.
The chickens in andangered flocks should be revaccinated in one to two weeks and chickens in rearing should be revaccinated again at the age of seven weeks.
Methods of immunisation:
For oral application, prepare the vaccination solution only in such volumes that can be consumed within 2 hours from the moment of its preparation. For intra-conjunctival application, apply one drop of the vaccination solution into the animal`s conjunctiva bag and let it absorbed.
For preventive vaccination against avian infectious bursal disease (Gumboro disease).
It is not recommended to vaccinate ill fowls.
The application of any other live vaccine is not allowed sooner than in a week. By not keeping this period, especialy with the same application method of live vaccines, the rise of immunity is limited.
Oral, into conjunction
Vaccine can be only diluted in cold drinking water, free of any desinfectants. The diluted vaccine is applied in such volumes of water, which poultry can drink within 1 to 2 hours from the moment the vaccine was diluted. Fowls should not be given any water before vaccination in order to assure quick consumption of water containing the vaccine.
Store in a dark and dry place at the temperature of 2 °C - 8 °C.
Without preventive periods.
24 months. To be consumed within 2 hours after dilution.
500, 1 000, 2 000 and 5 000 vaccination dosses.
Group packing: 10 x 500 doses, 10 x 1 000 doses, 10 x 2 000 doses, 10 x 5 000 doses.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.