Inactivated marker gE- negative vaccine against Aujeszky’s Disease
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One dose of vaccine contains inactivated virus of Aujeszky’s Disease, gЕ-deleted, strain 77/3B (strain Barta К61) ≥ 8,0 lg TCD50 in ml prior to inactivation.
Immunity in healthy pigs is formed within 7-10 days after vaccination and persists to 6 months. By enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), antibodies against glycoprotein E (gE) or B (gB) can be determined in the sera of vaccinated animals that allows to diﬀerentiate vaccinated from infected pigs.
Swine, cattle, sheep, fur animals and carnivorous.
Preventive immunization of the clinically healthy animals against Aujeszky’s Disease.
Interaction with other preparations
If necessary dehelmintization should be carried out 2 weeks before vaccination or 2 weeks after it.
Special precautions (during gestation)
Gilts are vaccinated 2 months before insemination.
Pregnant sows: not recommended to vaccinate one week before farrowing. Booster vaccinations are carried out every 3-6 months.
Routes of administration and dosages
The vaccine is administered intramuscularly:
Pigs over 6 weeks of age are vaccinated in the neck muscles or inner thigh at a dose 2.0 ml, younger ones – 1.0 ml.
Most optimal scheme of vaccination for each farm is developed based on the results of serological monitoring of blood serum samples of pigs.
All swine population to be immunized for the ﬁrst time, is vaccinated intramuscularly twice with an interval of 3-4 weeks (mass vaccination).
- Sows and boars: mass vaccination three times a year. If there is an intense pressure of ﬁeld virus on the farm: 4 mass vaccinations are carried out during the ﬁrst year (every three months).
- Replacement gilts are vaccinated twice: 1st time – 2 months before insemination and booster vaccination in 3-4 weeks.
- Piglets are vaccinated twice. 1st time at 6-8 weeks of age and a booster vaccination in 3- 4 weeks
If infection of piglets on the farm occurs before 10 weeks of age (early infection), the piglets are to be vaccinated at a dose of 1.0 ml starting from 15 days of age and re-vaccinated in 3-4 weeks at a dose of 2.0 ml.
- Cattle: vaccine is administered into the area of croup: over 6 weeks of age at a dose of 2.0 ml, younger ones – 1.0 ml.
- Sheep: only in a threatened farm. Lambs at 1-6 months of age are immunized at a dose of 0.5 ml; sheep older than 6 months – at a dose of 1.0 ml.
- Healthy and relatively healthy fur animals and carnivorous are vaccinated from 60 days of age at a dose of 0.5 ml. Main herd animals are re-vaccinated at a dose of 0.5 ml 4 months later, thereafter every 6 months.
18 months. Once opened the vaccine should be used within 3 hours.
Store in dry, dark places, out of the reach of children, at +2 to +8° C. Do not freeze!