Killed Bacterin Toxoid
Cat. # 11452
20 ml 10
Cat. # 11454
VETERINARY USE ONLY
INDICATIONS: For use in
healthy sheep as an aid in the prevention of enterotoxemia
associated with Clostridium perfringens Type D; toxemia
caused by Clostridium tetani; and Caseous lymphadenitis, a
disease characterized by localized collections of pus in the
tissues of the body caused by Corynebacterium
Contains thimerosal as a
DIRECTIONS: Store at 2° to 7°
C. Do not freeze. Shake well before use. Use entire contents when
first opened. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.
Use sterile equipment
(needle and syringe) for each animal.
It has been shown that this
product will aid in the prevention and control of Caseous
lymphadenitis when sheep are vaccinated prior to exposure to the
disease. It has also been shown that little or no benefit can be
expected when animals with visible signs of the disease are
vaccinated. Those showing infection should be immediately culled
from the flock and disposed of or held away from those animals
that appear to be in good health.
Slight lameness (soreness) in
lambs may be observed, along with lethargy, in a percentage of the
mature animals following vaccination. Sheep are inclined to become
depressed and may limp after foreign substances are administered
or because of increased exertion and stimulation of vaccination.
While noticeable, these symptoms usually disappear within 24-48
hours and can be considered minor vaccination reactions. If
suggested care is taken in preparing vaccination equipment and in
administering the product there should be no abscessation at the
site of injection.
reaction may occur following administration of products of this
nature. If noted, administer adrenalin or equivalent.
In the event of accidental human
exposure, consult a physician.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Inject 2 ml subcutaneously in axillary space.
Repeat full 2 ml dose in 4 weeks (opposite
axillary space). Revaccinate annually using a single dose.