Avian Influenza Vaccine, H5N9 Subtype, Killed VirusThis page contains information on Avian Influenza Vaccine, H5N9 Subtype, Killed Virus for veterinary use.
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Avian Influenza Vaccine, H5n9 Subtype, Killed VirusThis treatment applies to the following species:
DescriptionEach 0.5 ml dose contains the low pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N9 that is chemically inactivated and suspended in an oil emulsion.
Avian Influenza Vaccine, H5N9 Subtype, Killed Virus IndicationsThis vaccine aids in the prevention of avian influenza in chickens.
Avian Influenza Vaccine, H5N9 Subtype, Killed Virus Dosage And AdministrationAdminister 0.5 ml to chickens at least 3 weeks of age by the subcutaneous route. Do not inject into neck vertebrae or the thymus. Annual booster vaccination is recommended.
Domestic distribution and use will be supervised and controlled by the USDA, Veterinary Services as part of an official USDA animal disease control program.
WarningStore this vaccine at 2-7°C. Do not freeze. Allow the vaccine to reach ambient temperature (68-77°F or 20-25°C) and shake well before and during use. Burn the container and any unused contents. Do not vaccinate within 42 days of slaughter.
This product contains an oil based adjuvant; accidental injection into a human may cause a serious localized reaction. Seek expert medical attention immediately.
NoticeThis product is conditionally licensed. Potency and efficacy studies are in progress.
This product is non-returnable.
For Veterinary Use Only
BIOMUNE CO., 8906 Rosehill Road, Lenexa, Kansas 66215 USA
Telephone (913) 894-0230
Presentation1,000 dose (500 mL).
8906 ROSEHILL ROAD, LENEXA, KS, 66215
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