ENDOVAC-Equi with ImmunePlusThis page contains information on ENDOVAC-Equi with ImmunePlus for veterinary use.
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- ENDOVAC-Equi with ImmunePlus Indications
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- Direction and dosage information for ENDOVAC-Equi with ImmunePlus
Endovac-equi With ImmuneplusThis treatment applies to the following species:
Salmonella Typhimurium Bacterin-toxoid
Re-17 Derived Mutagenically
For vaccination of healthy equids six months of age or older to aid in the prevention of endotoxin-mediated diseases caused by Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli
ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE: Shake well before use. Inject 1 mL into the musculature of healthy equids. Repeat in 2-3 weeks. Administer a 1 mL booster dose annually. Use entire contents when opened.
CAUTION: Store at 2-7°C (35-45°F). Do not freeze. Do not vaccinate within 21 days of slaughter. Do not vaccinate a horse with a history of laminitis or following a recent episode of acute endotoxemia. Do not vaccinate horses recently administered progesterone or steroids. Do not vaccinate horses during active training periods. Horses should be given moderate exercise or turned on pasture following vaccination. Local swelling and tenderness at the injection site may occur with the use of this vaccine. Resolution of these signs usually occurs in 3-5 days but occasionally in 10 days or more. Lethargy, inappetence and stiffness may occur lasting up to 2-3 days. If anaphylactic reaction occurs, administration of epinephrine and other sound medical procedures should be implemented.
U.S. Veterinary License no. 345
U.S. Patent No. 5641492
IMMVAC, Inc., Columbia, MO, 65201, U.S.A.
6080 BASS LANE, COLUMBIA, MO, 65201
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