¡¾Composition¡¿Each vaccine contains at least 104 eld50 serum type I duck viral hepatitis virus (ch60 strain).
¡¾Character¡¿light red spongy loose mass, easy to separate from the bottle wall, dissolved quickly after adding diluent.
¡¾Function and Use¡¿to prevent duck viral hepatitis caused by serum duck hepatitis virus type I. The results showed that the ducklings within 1 week of age had partial immunity in 3-5 days and good immunity in 7 days. The immune period was more than 1 month (for the ducklings with maternal antibody, the best immunization time was 1 day old). The adult breeder ducks before egg production could provide maternal antibody protection against duck viral hepatitis, and their offspring could obtain good passive immune prot
¡¾Usage and Dosage¡¿ according to the bottle label, the feather portion was marked and diluted with normal saline. ¢Ù ducklings: 1-7-day-old ducks were intramuscularly injected with 0.25 ml (1 feather share) (for Ducklings with maternal antibody, the best immunization time is 1 day old); ¢Ú for breeding ducks of 22-24 weeks old (one week before laying eggs), 1ml (1 feather share) was injected intramuscularly into the legs of ducks of 22-24 weeks old.
¡¾Adverse reactions¡¿generally, there were no visible adverse reactions.
1. Before use, check carefully whether there is vacuum in the vaccine bottle and whether the vaccine has mildew.
2. The vaccinated ducks should be healthy and disease-free. It should not be used by people with weak constitution and other diseases.
3. The injection needle and other equipment should be disinfected before use, and the injection site should be smeared with 5% iodine for disinfection.
4. After dilution, the vaccine should be placed in a cold dark place and must be used up within 4 hours.
¡¾Specification¡¿ 200, 500 and 1000.
¡¾Packaging¡¿10 bottles / box, 1000 bottles / box
¡¾Storage and Validity period¡¿the shelf life is 18 months when the temperature is below 0 ¡æ, and 12 months when the temperature is 4-10 ¡æ.