IBD vaccine is a prophylactic regimen containing the intermediate strain of infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus. This vaccine is presented in freeze-dried form packed in vials and is generally well-tolerated by poultry birds.
- By well-tolerated, we mean the vaccine will not damage the bursa, will not impair the immune response, and will not cause significant vaccinal side effects.
- This vaccine protects against infectious bursal disease, a disease that causes morbidity and mortality in poultry birds.
- This product comes in 1000-dose per vial.
- Store this vaccine in a refrigerator or cold chain at 2⁰C up to 8⁰C.
IBD Vaccine: Reconstitution
- Store the diluent in the refrigerator overnight to chill before use.
- Reconstitute by drawing a small quantity of diluent using a sterile syringe and then transferring this diluent into the freeze-dried vaccine vial.
- Allow the pellet to dissolve completely with diluent, gently shake the vaccine vial, and then transfer it to the diluent bottle.
- Rinse the vaccine vial twice with the diluent in a similar manner.
- Reconstituted vaccine should be stored in ice and used completely within one hour.
- Ensure to follow strict aseptic techniques during reconstitution.
Precautions to take
- This vaccine is not recommended for those birds which are clinically sick or under conditions of severe stress. Vaccinate only healthy birds
- Do not rehydrate vaccine until ready for use
- Use entire contents of the vial when first opened
- Burn all used vials and unused contents
- Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter
- Keep vaccine in an ice bath during the entire vaccination period
- Reconstituted vaccine should be used immediately
- Do not use chemical disinfectants for sterilization
- For veterinary use only