BIO-VAC LS-H120 is prepared using the attenuated La Sota strain of Newcastle disease virus and the attenuated Massachusetts H120 strain of Infectious Bronchitis virus, cultured on embryonic SPF eggs to ensure the highest safety, freeze-dried and vacuum-sealed.
The immunity provided by this vaccine reaches peak levels at 10-15 days after administration; however chickens benefit from a good protection against both infections already a few days after administration, on account of the phenomenon of interference.
1 dose of vaccine contains:
La Sota strain of NDV: not less than 106.5 EID50
H120 strain of IBV: not less than 103.5 EID50
Prophylaxis of Newcastle disease and Infectious Bronchitis.
This vaccine may be administered:
Dissolve the contents of the vial in appropriate diluent; using appropriate dropping nosel, pour one drop in the eye and in the nostril of each subject.
Drinking water route:
Dissolve the contents of the vial in a small quantity of water, then pour it into the quantity of drinking water deemed necessary for administration. Rinse the vial and carefully mix the vaccinal water before distribution. The quantity of water necessary for even vaccination varies according to the age of the subject, the season and environment temperature.
BIO-VAC LS-H120 can be used with animals of any age, after verifying their good general condition of health.
For broilers, it is advisable to perform a previous vaccination at 4-8 days with BIO-VAC ND-IB and a second one (a booster dose) with BIO-VAC LS-H120, 3 weeks after the first administration.
In case of future layers, besides the two vaccinations at the same age advised for the broilers, a third vaccination is necessary, before the beginning of the laying period, i.e. between the 15th and the 20th week; then an interval of about 4 months.
After dissolution in water it must be used within 1-2 hours.
The vials must be burned or disinfected after use.
Store in a refrigerator at +2°C to +8°C.