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Combined Newcastle Disease (B1 Strain) & Infectious Bronchitis (H-120 Strain) Vaccine
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Create date:: 2023/5/17
Combined Newcastle Disease (B1 Strain) & Infectious Bronchitis (H-120 Strain) Vaccine
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This vaccine contains lentogenic B1 strain of Newcastle disease virus and highly attenuated H-120 strain of Infectious Bronchitis virus (Massachusetts's type) propagated in SPF embryonated hen's eggs. Each dose of vaccine contains at least 〖10〗^6.5 EID50 of ND and 〖10〗^3.5 EID 50 of IB viruses.
This vaccine is recommended for the first active immunization against Newcastle disease and Infectious Bronchitis disease in commercial flocks or house yard birds.
Administration and dosage:
Prescription under veterinarian instruction.
Instillation into the eye: 1000 doses of the vaccine must be reconstituted in 25 ml of sterile physiological saline solution or distilled water. Instill one drop into the eye of each bird with a standard vaccine dropper. This method is preferable as individual bird receives a complete dose of the vaccine.
Spray methods: Reconstitute 1000 doses of the vaccine in 100-300 ml cooled sterile saline solution or disinfectant free sterile distilled water, according to age of the birds and the type of apparatus.
Necessary recommendation for the vaccination:

  • This vaccine is recommended from one week old broilers, future layers and breeding stocks. In emergency cases birds can be vaccinated from day old age. In the latter case a revaccination is recommended.
  •  Vaccinate only healthy flocks.
  •  It is better to vaccinate all the birds of a flock at the same time.
  •   Do not mix this vaccine with any other live vaccine and the period between two different vaccinations should be taken care of.

    Do not vaccine clinically ill birds or birds weakened by transportation.

  • Take the vaccine from official distributing network.
  • Inoculation of the vaccine after expiration date is prohibited. 
  • The vaccine must be used within one or two hours after reconstitution.
  •  Do not expose the vaccine to direct sunlight or high temperature.
  •  In flocks affected by Mycoplasma or under bad management some mild respiratory reactions may occur but disappears in 2-3 days.
  •  As the vials contain live virus, emptied or opened vials, with partially used or unused content must be destroyed in an appropriate way. 

Side effects:
Store at 2°C to 8°C in dark areas.
This vaccine is distributed in brown vials with identification label.

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