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HIMMVAC IBD LIVE VACCINE
Manufacturer KBNP
Product Name HIMMVAC IBD LIVE VACCINE
Classification Live vaccine
Packing 1,000 Doses
Target Poultry
Form Freeze-dried vaccine
Information
Composition
It contains Infectious bursal disease virus Lukert strain propagated in SPF chicken egg.

Indications
For the vaccination of health chickens, as an aid in the preventing Infectious bursal disease (IBD).

Dosage and administration
1) Drinking water method
Give the birds no water for at least two hours prior to vaccination.
Dilute 1,000 doses of vaccine with natural cold water as per the followings.
1 day old: 1000doses per 1L of drinking water
2 days old: 1000doses per 2L of drinking water
10 days old: 1000doses per 10L of drinking water
after 40days old: 1000doses per 40L of drinking water

2) Intramuscular injection method
the vaccine dilution is prepared by mixing 1,000 doses of vaccine with 500ml of dilute solution.
Automatic vaccinator should be calibrated accurately ahead of time to deliver 0.5ml.
Dilute 1,000 doses of vaccine with natural cold water as per the followings.

3) Vaccination program
Broiler: (7~12 days old) drinking water or intramuscular injection.
Breeder, layer
Initial vaccination: (7~12 days old) drinking water or intramuscular injection.
Second vaccination: between 10 and 12 weeks old

Storage
Store at 2 to 8℃ and protect from light.

Cautions
Discontinue use of any disinfectants 24 hours before and after vaccination.
Protect the vaccine from excessive light and heat.
Use natural cold drinking water for diluting the vaccine.
Vaccinate only healthy chickens.
Although disease may not be evident, coccidiosis, chronic respiratory disease, mycoplasma infection, lymphoid leukosis,
infectious bursal disease, Marek's disease, or other disease conditions may cause serious complications or reduce protection.
Use entire contents of vial when first opened.
Burn empty bottles and unused vaccine and accessories.
Newcastle virus can cause inflammation of the eyelids in humans, lasting two or three days.
The user should avoid contaminating his hands, eyes and clothing with this vaccine.
Wash hands throughly after preparing and using the vaccine.
Chickens should not be placed on contaminated premises.
Exposure should be avoided immediately after vaccination,
because it takes up to 10 days to develop resistance.
Use by veterinarian's instruction, and veterinary use only.

Packing
1,000 doses, 2,000 doses