PARVOERYSIN, emulsion for injection for pigs
Vaccine against parvovirosis and swine erysipelas
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Composition - 2 ml (dose):
Parvovirus suis inact. ≥ 4 log2 *, Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae inact. RP ³ 1 in 2 ml vaccination dose ** (3 strains of type 2, 1 strain of type 1)
*) Titer of HI antibodies in serum of guinea pigs after administration of ¼ volume of vaccination dose
**) Relative potency (RP) is determined by comparison with reference preparation conforming to challenge test on target animals according to requirements of Ph. Eur. monograph, as amended.
Adjuvant: Oil adjuvant
Excipients: Formaldehyde solution 35%, Thiomersal
For the active immunization of pigs against parvovirosis and swine erysipelas.
Clinically ill pigs and pigs suspected of illness.
Method of action:
Specific antibodies protecting immunized animals against swine erysipelas, and the embryos and foetuses of the sows and gilts against parvovirosis throughout pregnancy are formed after the vaccination.
In boars, high titres of antibodies prevent the replication of parvovirus in the reproductive organs, thus decreasing the risk of infection during mating or artificial insemination.
After primary vaccination, the titres of haemagglutination-inhibition antibodies show the increase. Their maximum level is detected on the 35th day, and the antibodies mentioned are protective for a period of 6 months.
Immunity against swine erysipelas is developed fully 21 days after vaccination and lasts for 6 months.
Method of administration:
Vaccination dose - always 2 ml, intramuscular application.
Gilts and sows:
Primary vaccination: one vaccination dose 2 - 4 weeks before putting.
Further regular vaccination: always one vaccination dose 2 - 4 weeks before putting.
Primary vaccination: one vaccination dose not later than 2 weeks before putting. Animals shall be revaccinated every 6 months with one vaccination dose in order to keep their immunity.
Temporary temperature increase accompanied with decreased fodder uptake and somnolence can be observed 2 - 4 hours after the vaccination. The symptoms given will disappear within 24 - 36 hours. The local response can be observed at the application spot. This should disappear of its own accord within 2 - 3 weeks. Antihistaminic drugs can be administered in such cases.
Shake the content of a container well before use.
Store in a dry and dark place at the temperature between 2 °C and 8 °C. The vaccine cannot be let frozen!
Do not use after the expiry date stated on the package.
18 months. Shelf life after the first opening: 10 hours.
50 ml, 100 ml
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