FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
Reg. No. G3002 (Act 36/1947)
Namibia Reg. No. V02/24.4/689 NS0
Mannheimia (Pasteurella) haemolytica vaccine for cattle. For optimum usage consult your veterinarian.
Cell-free supernatant of Mannheimia (Pasteurella) haemolytica biotype A serotype 1/17 leukotoxin.
- Store in a refrigerator between 2 ˚C and 8 ˚C.
- Do not freeze.
- Protect from light.
- For use in cattle from 1 months of age.
- Dispose of any unused vaccine as well as empty vaccine containers and vaccination equipment according to local waste disposal regulations and do not reuse for any other purpose.
- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND UNINFORMED PERSONS.
- Although this vaccine has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may ensue as a result of a wide range of reasons. If this is suspected, seek veterinary advice and notify the registration holder.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE - USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
- The vaccine is recommended for inclusion in a vaccination programme of cattle at processing. Its intended use is to reduce morbidity and mortalities due to Mannheimia (Pasteurella) haemolytica related pneumonia.
- The vaccine can be used safely in dairy, extensive beef and stud animals older than 1 month of age.
- Use sterile needles and syringes.
- Where chemical sterilisation is used for both needles and syringes they must be thoroughly washed in clean water to ensure that the modified live virus component is not destroyed.
- Inject 1 mℓ per head subcutaneously using sterile precautions.
- Ensure that the vaccine is kept cool and away from direct sunlight while administering.
- A booster vaccine is recommended after 10 to 14 days for an optimal immune response.
1 mℓ per animal administered subcutaneously.
100 mℓ Polypropylene container with 100 mℓ fluid content.
10 mℓ Polypropylene container with 10 mℓ fluid content.
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DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS PACKAGE INSERT
12 August 2003