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Killed Vaccines

CEVA - OPTIMUNE® AIV for the immunisation of chickens against Avian Influenza from CEVA SANTE ANIMALE
OPTIMUNE® AIV contains the low pathogenic Avian Influenza virus Type A, Subtype H5N2, that is chemically inactivated and suspended in an oil emulsion.

Aids in the prevention of Avian Influenza.

Subcutaneous injection in middle region of the back of the neck. Do not inject neck vertebrae or the thymus.

Administer one dose 0,5ml to chicken at 8-10 days of age. In layers and breeders, repeat vaccination at 10 weeks of age.

- Store vaccine between +2°C and +8°C or 35°F and 45°F
- Protect from light
- Do not freeze

1,000 doses / 500 ml

This product contains oil based adjuvant; accidental injection into a human may cause a serious localized reaction. Seek expert medical attention immediately.

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