Bursa Guard Reo (Canada)This page contains information on Bursa Guard Reo for veterinary use.
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Bursa Guard ReoThis treatment applies to the following species:
Bursal Disease-reovirus Vaccine
Killed Virus, Standard & Variant
CompositionThis product is a suspension of bursal disease virus and avian reovirus emulsified in oil. It contains the Standard and Variant E strains of bursal disease virus and the 1133, 2408, and MSB strains of reovirus.
Bursal Disease Virus Origin: Bursal Tissue 100%
Reovirus Origin: Chick Embryo 100%
Bursa Guard Reo IndicationsUse in chicken pullet/hens to stimulate an increased level of passive immunity in their progeny against bursal disease virus and tenosynovitus or malabsorption caused by avian reoviruses.
DirectionsWarm vaccine to room temperature. Shake well. Inject 0.5 mL subcutaneously or intramuscularly using aseptic technique. Vaccinate at 12-13 weeks of age and repeat at 20-21 weeks of age. Birds should be primed with live reovirus and bursal disease vaccines at least 4 weeks prior to the first use of this product.
Bursa Guard Reo CautionStore in the dark between 2°-7°C (36°-45°F). Do not freeze. Do not vaccinate within 42 days before slaughter. Use entire contents when first opened.
WarningHumans injected with this vaccine should seek immediate medical attention. Advise medical personnel that the vaccine is an oil emulsion type.
For Veterinary Use Only
Merial Select, Inc., Gainesville, Ga 30503 Usa
U.S. Vet. Lic. No. 279
500 mL/1 000 doses
20000 CLARK GRAHAM, BAIE D'URFÉ, QC, H9X 4B6
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