RAKSHA TRIOVAC Profile



Product

RAKSHA TRIOVAC
Company
Indian Immunologicals Ltd
Group
Allopathic
Subgroup
Vaccines
Main Combination
Vaccines & Biologicals
Storage
Between 2C and 8C
Type
Injection  
Packing
Packing
Mrp
Tax
30 ml   
Rs 0   
+ inc.tax   
Indication
For immunsation againest foot & mouth disease HS and BQ  disease in livestock
Composition
Raksha Triovac Foot and mouth Foot & Mouth Disease Vaccine disease + Component BP (Vet.) contains
Haemorrhagic Foot and Mouth disease
septicaemia + inactivated antigens against O,A,C & Black Quarter oil Asia1 strains. Haemorrhagic
adjuvant vaccine Septicaemia Vaccine component F(1) Schedule contains formaldehyde inactivated Pasturella multocida culture.
Black Quarter Component F(1) Schedule contains inactivated
Clostridium chauvoei culture.

Formulation of combined vaccine.

Foot and Mouth Disease vaccine component, HS vaccine component and BQ vaccine components are mixed with light mineral oil and homogenized to form a homogenous oil emulsion.

Dosage
Canine:
N/A
Sheep
Sheep and Goat : 1 ml
Poultry
N/A
Large Animals
Cattleand Buffaloes : 3 ml
Vaccination regimen

Cattle, Buffaloes, Calves, Sheep & Goats : 4 months of age

First revaccination : After 9 months

Subsequent revaccination : Annual
Others
N/A
Administration
The vaccine should be kept cold until used and each bottle should be well shaken before contents are withdrawn. Only sterile syringes and needles should be used. The vaccine should be injected by deep intramuscular or subcutaneous route through an area of clean, dry skin with precautions taken against contamination, at the mid-neck region.
Advantages
N/A
Precautions
Caution :

In rare cases hypersensitivity may occur, immediate treatment with antihistaminics is advocated.Raksha Triovac and Raksha Biovac are thoroughly tested before issue. Under field conditions it is extremely difficult to avoid the accidental introduction of bacteria when withdrawing doses from the containers. Part-used bottles of vaccine should therefore be discarded at the end of the day's operations. Injection of mineral oil into humans can produce serious localised reactions and special care should be taken to avoid accidental inoculation. If it happens, consult a physician immediately.
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