Active ingredients for one vaccine dose:
Attenuated alive virus, avian variola stem – DVA-GAL-MP1 with the minimum title of 102 DIE50 maximum of 103 DIE50
PDZ Stabilizer ( ST3 ) ……………………………… 34 % volume
Excipients: Peptone , Dextran 70 , Glycine , Water for injections.
Solvent: Disodium phosphate , Monosodium phosphate , Sodium chloride , Glycerol.
For active immunization of hens against avian variola . Immunity starts gradually and is completed in 14 to 21 days after inoculation and economic life-long bird .
The Di-Gal vaccine is individually applied by the stick method (transcutaneous, by holing the wing skin in the humero-radio-cubital angle, after the previous plucking of the area) by a special vaccinator. The vaccine is reconstituted by the introduction of the solven in the phial with lyophilized vaccine, according to the number of doses on the phial. The vaccine dose is 0,01 ml.
The minimum age at which vaccination is recommended is 2.5 – 3 months. The vaccination can also be made at the age of two months.
Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. The hens will not be treated with antibiotics 7 days before and 14 days after vaccination. Do not vaccinate hens in lay period. Di-Gal vaccine does not cause side effects. Following smallpox vaccination it will appear, to 7 – 10 days, specific local reactions in the form of smallpox nodules delimited or confluent, with variable size, depending on the responsiveness and age vaccinated birds. If injuries occur in other areas of the body in vaccinated birds, announce the veterinarian. The vaccination schedule is determined by the veterinarian who knows the epidemiological situation of staff and the area where they are grown. Vaccination devices must be checked both before vaccination and during the operation of vaccination to inoculate the correct dose of 0.01 ml / bird. The reconstituted vaccine should be used within 2 hours and will be protected from light and heat.
Verification is done by controlling the effectiveness of the vaccine’s local reactions (check the presence of smallpox nodules at the specific inoculation site) from 7 to 10 days after vaccination at least in 10% of vaccinated birds. If there is no following vaccination nodules at injection sites specific to more than 20% of the flock, re-vaccination is recommended in the other wing of the hen. A good immune response is the result of antigenic components of a strong and competent immune system of the body. The vaccine is administrasted only in clinically healthy birds. It is recommended that birds from the same shelter to be vaccinated the same day. The immunogenicity of the vaccine may be reduced by improper handling and storage of the vaccine or a medication error. The optimal time for vaccination is determined according to the epidemiological situation of poultry flocks and the area where they are grown, and is established by the veterinarian, who shall oversee the flocks.
Local reactions following vaccination may be missing if: the vaccinated birds went through the disease; if the technique of vaccination is incorrectly used (under-dosing); if the vaccine was stored in improper conditions (temperature attention or exposure to sunlight). Observe the general rules of conduct for the handling of veterinary biological products. Not enough information on the safety and efficacy of this product administered simultaneously with other immunological products. Not recommended vaccine 14 days before and after vaccination with DI-GAL. There were no clinical symptoms or other signs at a higher dose than recommended dose. Do not mix with other vaccines or medicines. In case of accidental inoculation of this product in humans, seek medical advice immediately and show the package leaflet. Staff operator with known sensitivity to one of the components of the vaccine should avoid contact with it.
To be kept and transported under the temperature conditions 2 – 8°C. It is protected against the direct sunlight. Do not freeze.
Glass phials of 6 ml with 100 and 500 doses.
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