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Vibrovax 50ml Zoetis

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Product Details:

Vibrovax® vaccine is used for the prevention of infertility and abortion in cattle caused by Vibriosis. After a comprehensive Vibrovax® vaccination program, the effects of vibriosis will be minimised. However, a continuing vaccination program for bulls and heifers is highly recommended.

Key Benefits:

Used for the prevention of a sexually transmitted disease called Vibriosis that can cause infertility and abortion in both beef and dairy cattle

Approved Uses:

For the prevention of Bovine Venereal Campylobacteriosis (Vibriosis). It is suitable for use in both beef and dairy cattle.

The Zoetis Advantage is unique. Only Vibrovax®:

  • Is registered in Australia to prevent vibriosis in cattle. There are no other registered vaccines.
  • Prevents shedding of vibriosis to safeguard your heifers and cows reproductive potential
  • Can be used to vaccinate bulls, heifers and older cows.

Bulls can be vaccinated prior to mating, with two 5ml doses a minimum of 4 weeks apart.

Heifers can be vaccinated after 18 months of age with a single 5ml dose (2 doses are required if the program begins before this time)

An annual booster dose of 2mL, or the convenience of a 5mL dose every two years, will provide ongoing immunity against vibriosis.

Dose Rate:

  • The vaccine should be injected subcutaneously. Veterinary advice should be sought before commencing a vaccination program as a number of options are available depending on circumstances.
  • The most comprehensive program involves the vaccination of all breeding animals including bulls, cows and heifers.

Bulls

  • Initially, all bulls should be given two 5mL doses a minimum of 4 weeks apart. Vaccination should be timed so that the second dose is given about 2-4 weeks before joining.
  • After this initial vaccination program, an annual dose of 5mL each year will ensure they remain protected. Regular vaccination of bulls before joining is an important means of controlling the disease.

Heifers (younger than 18 months)

  • Initially heifers should be given two 5mL doses a minimum of 4 weeks apart. Vaccination should be timed so that the second dose is given about 2-4 weeks before joining.

Heifers and Cows (older than 18 months)

  • Initially, heifers/cows should be given a 5mL dose. After this initial dose an annual dose of 2mL, or a single dose of 5mL every two years will ensure they remain protected. The vaccine should be given 2-4 weeks before joining.

Other control measures such as segregation of infected cattle, use of young clean bulls and culling of barren cows should also be practised.

Additional Information:

  • Site Reactions. Vibrovax® vaccine is an oily adjuvant vaccine so there may be some swelling at the site of vaccination, but this will gradually disappear. To avoid lasting lumps, it is important that correct vaccination procedures are followed to ensure vaccine is deposited under the skin and not into the muscle.
  • Store at 2°C to 8°C (Refrigerate. Do Not Freeze)
  • It is important that the vaccine is kept properly mixed before and during use.
  • Sterilise all injection equipment by boiling in water for 10 minutes before use. Avoid use of strong disinfectants.
  • Maintain cleanliness at all times during vaccination. Great care must be taken to avoid contamination of the vaccine, needle and internal parts of the syringe by contact with unsterile surfaces or unwashed hands.
  • Keep needles sharp and clean. Replace frequently.
  • Use the shortest possible needle, not exceeding 15mm in length.
  • As far as possible avoid injection of the animals during wet weather or under dusty conditions.
  • This product must be injected only under the skin. (subcutaneously).
  • Inject high on the neck behind the ear, i.e. under the skin on the side of the neck (just behind and below the base of the ear). Do not inject at any other site.

Disposal: 

Dispose of empty containers by wrapping in paper and putting in garbage. Discarded needles should immediately be placed in a designated and appropriately labelled ‘sharps’ container. Incineration is the preferred method of disposal.

Storage Recommendations:

Store between 2°C and 8°C (Refrigerate. Do not freeze). Protect from light.

Registered Label Warnings:

Side Effects - Localised swelling may develop at the site of injection and a firm, nodular lump may persist for some weeks, even months.

Avoid Carcass Damage:

  1. Sterilise all injection equipment by boiling in water for 10 minutes before use. Avoid use of strong disinfectants.
  2. Maintain cleanliness at all times during vaccination. Great care must be taken to avoid contamination of the vaccine, needle and internal parts of the syringe by contact with unsterile surfaces or unwashed hands.
  3. Keep needles sharp and clean. Replace frequently.
  4. Use the shortest possible needle, not exceeding 15mm in length.
  5. As far as possible avoid injection of the animals during wet weather or under dusty conditions.
  6. This product must be injected only under the skin. (subcutaneously).
  7. If possible inject high on the neck behind the ear, i.e. under the skin on the side of the neck (just behind and below the base of the ear). Do not inject at any other site.

 Related Species:

  • Beef
  • Dairy

Human Safety

Additional user safety:

Take care to avoid accidental self-injection

This product contains mineral oil. In the event of self- injection, seek prompt medical attention and take this package leaflet/ carton with you. Accidental self-injection may result in local bruising, severe pain and swelling, particularly if injected into a joint or finger, and in rare cases could result in the loss of the affected finger if prompt medical attention is not given. If pain persists for more than 12 hours after medical examination, seek medical advice again.

IMPORTANT USER SAFETY INFORMATION

Avoid contact with eyes, mouth and skin as the vaccine may be an irritant. Wash hands thoroughly after using soap and water, especially if the vaccine contacts the skin. If vaccine gets in the eyes or mouth rinse the exposed area thoroughly with tap water.

First Aid Statement:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126.

Registered label warnings

Withholding Periods:

Zero (0) days

ESI

ESI Not applicable

Contraindications:

This vaccine is not suitable for the immunisation of sheep.

Side Effects:

As Vibrovax Vaccine is an oily adjuvant vaccine, there may be some swelling at the site of vaccination, but this will gradually disappear.

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