Emulsibac-SS (Canada)This page contains information on Emulsibac-SS for veterinary use.
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- Emulsibac-SS Indications
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- Direction and dosage information for Emulsibac-SS
Emulsibac-SSThis treatment applies to the following species:
STREPTOCOCCUS SUIS BACTERIN
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
The bacterin contains inactivated cultures of young Streptococcus suis organisms (serotypes 2,3,4,7,8) and is adjuvanted with Emulsigen® (brand of emulsified paraffin). Chemically inactivated. Contains gentamicin sulfate as a preservative.
For the vaccination of healthy swine against disease conditions associated with Streptococcus suis (serotype 2) organisms. This bacterin has been shown to protect susceptible pigs against challenge with virulent Streptococcus suis (serotype 2) organisms.
DIRECTIONS AND DOSAGE: Shake well. Administer a 1 mL dose intramuscularly to pigs at 10-12 days of age, followed by a 2 mL dose at approximately 3-5 weeks of age. This repeat dose is essential for maximum immune response. For best results, inject into the neck musculature behind the ear. Use sterile syringes and needles. Annual revaccination of breeding swine is recommended.
PrecautionsUse entire contents when first opened. Store at 2°-7° C (35°-45° F). Keep from freezing. Do not vaccinate within 60 days of slaughter. Vaccination, especially repeated injections, can result in anaphylaxis.
ANTIDOTE: Administer epinephrine.
Dist. in Canada by: Wyeth Animal Health, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Mfg. by MVP Laboratories, Inc., Ralston, Nebraska 68127
U.S. Vet. Licence No. 301
NAC No.: 11983681
17,300 TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY, KIRKLAND, QC, H9J 2M5
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