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  • CZ - Česká
  • SK - Slovenská
  • PL - Polská
  • RO - Rumunská
  • RU - Ruská
  • TR - Turecká
  • UA - Ukrajinská

RABADROP, oral suspension

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Oral vaccine. For active immunization of wild foxes and raccoon dogs to prevent rabies virus infection.

type of preparative: Vaccines
target species animals: Fox

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PHARMACEUTICAL FORM

Oral suspension
The bait is brown-green to brown, die-shaped or round and has a solid consistency. Inside the bait is a plastic blister with multi language printing “Attention – vaccine against rabies”. The content of the blister (the vaccination strain with the stabilizing medium) is orange to red-violet suspension.

COMPOSITION

Rabies virus SAD Clone attenuated  1.8x106.0 TCID50* –. 1.8x108.5 TCID50*
*Tissue culture infectious dose – 50%

INDICATION

For active immunisation of wild red foxes and raccoon dogs to prevent infection by rabies virus.
Duration of immunity: at least 12 months.

TARGET ANIMALS

Red fox (Vulpes vulpes), raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides).

DOSAGE AND APPLICATION

Oral use.
The baits are distributed either manually or from an airplane in the areas where vaccination campaign against rabies takes place. Usually die-shaped baits are used for aerial distribution. The baits are intended to be ingested by foxes or raccoon dogs. The intake of one bait is sufficient to secure the active immunisation against rabies.
Concrete vaccination procedure is governed by local conditions, in particular by the density of the target animal population, the health situation (i.e. the incidence of rabies in the target animal population) and the associated vaccination campaign requirements.
The vaccination area should be as large as possible (preferably larger than 5,000 km2). The vaccination campaigns in rabies-free areas should be designed in such a way that the area covers a 50 km belt ahead of the rabies front. The distribution rate depends on the topography, on the population density of the target species and on the epizootiological situation. Therefore, the recommendations/request of the duly designated competent authority are followed concerning distribution rate, vaccination area, distribution/baiting method and other local/areal conditions as specified by the competent authority. A higher distribution density is recommended in areas with a high population density of foxes/raccoon dogs. Aerial distribution of the baits by any suitable flight devices (such as airplane, helicopter, drones or similar) is recommended for open or sparsely populated areas, and manual distribution in areas with a high human population.
Aerial baiting is not recommended in the vicinity of water (lakes, rivers, water reservoirs) or in densely populated areas. To protect regions which are free of rabies, baiting may be carried out to create a vaccination belt or in the form of spot vaccinations. The vaccination should be preferably carried out biannually, for a number of consecutive years, for at least two years after the last confirmed case of rabies in the region, however vaccination should not be attempted when temperature are expected to reach 30° C or more.

STORAGE

Store and transport frozen at the temperature -20 °C and lower
In case the vaccine is defrosted within its shelf life, however not later than 21st month of the shelf life, the vaccine can be stored and used for 90 days after defrosting when kept between +2°C and +8°C.
Do not refreeze.

WITHDRAWAL PERIOD

Not applicable.

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life of the veterinary medicinal product as packaged for sale: 2 years at -20°C and below.
In case the vaccine is defrosted within its shelf life, however not later than 21st month of the shelf life, the vaccine can be stored and used for 90 days after defrosting when kept between +2°C and +8°C.
Stability of preparation under laboratory conditions was shown for 7 days at 25°C, 5 days at 30 °C and 3 days at 35 °C.

PACKAGE

One dose of vaccine is filled into aluminium-PVC plastic blisters, covered with bait.
Package sizes:
a) For manual placement
Vaccine is packed in a cardboard box with the fixation grid with 20 pcs of baits.
Group packaging in a cardboard box is 30x20 pcs of baits
OR
Vaccine is packed in PE plastic bags with 30 pcs of baits.
b) For aerial distribution
Vaccine baits are packed in PE bags or PE sleeves which are placed in  cardboard boxes for 700 pcs (1 x 700 pcs of baits in case of PE sleeve or 2 x 350 pcs of baits in case of PE bags).

Package leaflet is part of every packaging.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.

 


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