Vetera EWTThis page contains information on Vetera EWT for veterinary use.
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Vetera EWTThis treatment applies to the following species:
Eastern & Western, Killed Virus
Vetera EWT Indications
For vaccination of healthy horses 4 months of age or older as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Eastern and Western Encephalomyelitis, and tetanus.
Administration and Dosage: Shake well before use. Using aseptic technique, inoculate horses intramuscularly with a 1 mL dose. Administer a second 1 mL dose intramuscularly in 3-4 weeks using a different injection site. Revaccinate annually and prior to anticipated exposure with a single 1 mL intramuscular dose.
PrecautionsStore at 35-45°F (2-7°C). Protect from freezing. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. Use entire contents when first opened. Anaphylactoid reactions may occur following use. Antidote: Epinephrine.
This product has been tested under laboratory conditions and shown to meet all Federal standards for safety and efficacy in normal, healthy, immunocompetent animals. This level of performance may be affected by conditions such as stress, weather, nutrition, disease, parasitism, other treatments, individual idiosyncrasies, or impaired immunological competency. These factors should be considered by the user when evaluating product performance or freedom from reactions.
Preservatives: Gentamicin and Amphotericin B.
For Veterinary Use Only
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., St. Joseph, MO 64506
U.S. Veterinary License No. 124
1 Dose/1 mL
10 Doses/10 mL
NAC No.: 10282860
2621 NORTH BELT HIGHWAY, ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64506-2002
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