It is a vaccine indicated for active immunization of carbuncle fever, or anthrax in bovine, equine, porcine, caprine and ovine.
Species: Equine, dairy bovine, livestock, porcine, ovine and caprine.
Not encapsulated spores of BAcillus anthracis,
STERNE strain .................................................3 x 106 UFC
Adsorbed on aluminum hydroxide ............................ 0.25%
Fiebre carbonosa is made with the sterne strain, completely apathogenic, without causing disease, it is capable of providing an excellent immune response.
The excipients inFiebre carbonosa prolong stability, and its adjuvant increases the power of protection in the vaccinated animal.
Fiebre carbonosa offers a solid and long lasting protection in the vaccinated animals.
Fiebre carbonosa can be applied together with dewormers without interfering in their effect.
Fiebre carbonosa provides a high immunity after 2 weeks of its application, that lasts for 9 to 12 months.
Fiebre carbonosa is indicated for active immunization, and prevention of anthrax, or carbuncle fever in bovine, equine, porcine, ovine and caprine.
Once present, the illness causes the following signs:
Fiebre carbonosa must be applied to animals at weaning, revaccinating at 6 months and then every year or every 6 months, according to the incidence of the illness in the area. It is advisable to perform vaccination at the end of cold season, because it is likely for the illness to be presented in summer, as the result of emerging spores by the action of rains in contaminated soils.
Animals must be vaccinated using sterile needles and syringes, and must be dewormed, unstressed and in a good nutrition condition, and healthy so that the protection and response to the illness is adequate.
ANTHRAX, CONTAGIOUS DISEASE
Carbuncle fever or anthrax is caused by bacillus anthracis, highly pathogenic bacteria that affects both domestic animals and humans. The spores (form in which the bacteria protects from environment) of the germ are fairly resistant to cold, hot and some disinfectants, so in the zones where anthrax is present, these can contaminate soils for many years, causing continuous re infection, for the not yet immunized animals. Anthrax may be acquired commonly through contaminated food and water, as well as the netry of the bacteria through traumatic or surgical wounds. It is important to remember that anthrax is a transmissible illness to the human, so many animals that have died must be burnt or buried, and never perform in them a necropsy by unqualified personnel or that doesn’t have the necessary knowledge to handle the samples. Adequate prevention is to timely immunize the animals with the vaccine Fiebre carbonosa avoiding death and economic loss.
QUALITY AT A LOW PRICE
Fiebre carbonosa is elaborated with selected raw materials that widely satisfy quality standards, intervening in its elaboration the highest applied technology and the constant revision of each of the processes, to finally achieve a product that meets safety, efficiency and reliability needs, in benefit of the animal’s health.
20, 50 and 1000 ml vials.
Shake before using. The administration of any biological can cause anaphylactic reaction; antidote: epinephrine. Apply only to healthy animals. When given for the first time, apply a reinforcement 3 to 6 months later. Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use this product 21 days before slaughter of animals intended for human consumption.
Keep under refrigeration between 2°C and 4°C. Avoid freezing and exposure to direct sunlight. Once used, burn vial and leftovers.
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