Renogen (Canada)This page contains information on Renogen for veterinary use.
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RenogenThis treatment applies to the following species:
For Veterinary Use Only
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
RENOGEN INJECTION VACCINE
This vaccine is presented as a lyophilized live culture of a microorganism that shares common antigenic determinants with Renibacterium salmoninarum, and is to be resuspended with sterile diluent before use.
As an aid in the prevention of Bacterial Kidney Disease caused by Renibacterium salmoninarum in healthy salmonids 10 g or larger.
Directions For Use
A. Resuspension Of Lyophilized Culture
1. Flip off the red cap on the vial of RENOGEN lyophilized culture.
2. Using the hypodermic syringe provided, puncture the rubber septum of the RENOGEN vial and withdraw 2 cc of air from the vial into the syringe. Evacuate the syringe.
3. Using the hypodermic syringe provided, withdraw 2 cc of sterile diluent from the addition port of the diluent bag.
4. Inject the withdrawn sterile diluent into the vial of RENOGEN and shake the vial until the culture is completely dissolved and resuspended in the diluent.
B. Final Formulation Of Ready-to-use renogen Vaccine
1. Insert The Hypodermic Syringe Into The Vial Of Resuspended renogen, Invert The Vial, And Withdraw All Of The Culture Into The Syringe.
2. Inject The Contents Of The Syringe Into The Diluent Bag Through The Addition Port. Shake The Bag Well To Ensure Complete Mixing Of The Components.
3. discard The Hypodermic Syringe In A Secure Manner To Prevent Injury. Do Not Reuse.
4. Remove the product transfer kit from its sterile package. Tear the tab from the spike port of the diluent bag and insert the spike of the transfer kit into the port.
5. Attach the opposite end of the transfer kit to the injection gun.
Renogen Dosage And Administration
To use, anaesthetize fish until immobilized and inject with 0.1 mL of the vaccine intraperitoneally along the ventral midline, one fin length cranial to the pelvic fins.
1. Do not vaccinate fish within 60 days of slaughter.
2. Vaccinate healthy fish only.
3. Use entire contents within 4 hours of resuspension of the culture. Shake well before using.
4. Store package at 2 - 7°C. PROTECT FROM LIGHT. DO NOT FREEZE.
5. It is recommended that antimicrobial drugs not be administered 14 days before or after vaccination. It is recommended that oxytetracycline not be administered 6 weeks before or after vaccination.
6. Diagnostic kits which employ the use of polyclonal antiserum against Renibacterium salmoninarum should not be used to screen fish vaccinated with this product for at least 4 weeks after vaccination, since kidney samples from vaccinated fish will yield positive test results.
7. If accidental injection of the operator occurs, the operator should discontinue activity and seek medical advice immediately.
8. CAUTION! Live microorganism. Any unused vaccine, used containers, and hypodermic syringes should be disposed of by boiling or burning.
Package QuantitiesOne (1) 5 cc glass vial of lyophilized culture, one (1) intravenous bag containing 1,000 mL of sterile diluent, and one (1) 3 cc sterile hypodermic syringe.
Due to the relationship between water temperature and onset of immunity, it is recommended that a minimum period of 400 degree days (number of days multiplied by the mean water temperature for each day in °C during period) is allowed before exposure to disease agents occurs.
ManufacturerNovartis Animal Health Canada, Inc., Charlottetown, PE, Canada, C1E 2A7
Can. Vet. Biol. Est. Lic. No. 40
(Aqua Health Business)
37 MCCARVILLE ST., WEST ROYALTY INDUSTRIAL PARK, CHARLOTTETOWN, PE, C1E 2A7
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