Bangla ND+IBD Vac®
Bangla ND+IBD Vac®
Viscerotropicvelogenicstrain of NDV
Water in oil emulsified Inactivated Vaccine against Newcastle Disease and Infectious bursal disease (Gumboro).
Bangla ND+IBD Vac is a inactivated vaccine containing Viscerotropicvelogenic strain of Newcastle Disease virus and BMB 15/07 strain of IBDV. Suspended in the aqueous phase of an oil adjuvant emulsion.
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|Bangla® ND+IBD Vac is an inactivated combined vaccine for the immunization of chickens against Infectious Bursal Disease (Gumboro Disease) and Newcastle Disease|
|Inactivated Bangla® ND+IBD Vac vaccine containing viscerotropic velogenic strain of Newcastle Disease Virus and an immunogenic strain BMB-07/15 of Infectious Bursal Disease virus, inactivated with B-lactum and suspended in the aqueous phase of an oil adjuvant emulsion.
· The oil adjuvant, used in this vaccine acts as stimulus of defense mechanism and disperse antigen slowly.
· Induce early high antibody level.
· Less stress. Good absorption with negligible vaccine residue at the site of injection
· Easy to inject.
|Each 0.5 ml dose contains:
NDV inducing minimum HA titre in the allantoic Fluid before inactivation……8log2
IBD virus strain BMB1507 (before inactivation): 6log2 EID50
|The vaccine appears in the form of a whitish Water-in-oil emulsion.|
|The vaccine is recommended for the vaccination of broiler, laying and breeding birds to Prevent mortality and clinical signs and to reduce infection caused by Newcastle Disease and Infectious Bursal Disease.|
Benefit of uses of Inactivated Bangla® ND+IBD Vac vaccine in combination with live vaccine, Like Bangla BCDRV vac and Live Bangla IBD Vac.
· Usually only live vaccine could not able to protect the birds from field challenge of vvNDV and vvIBDV. For this reason, this inactivated vaccine ensures consistency of protection for flock against vvNDV and vvIBDV.
· Produce high and long-lasting immunity throughout the life.
· This inactivated oil-emulsion vaccine is not as adversely affected by maternal immunity (MDA) as Live vaccines (live vaccine virus may be neutralized by higher level of MDA) because the oil adjuvant used in this vaccine acts as stimulus of defense mechanism and disperse antigen slowly.
· Reduce respiratory problem and prevent immunosuppression in birds cause by Infectious Bursal Disease.
· Specially for Breeder birds, this vaccine can be applied every 4-6 month during production period to maintain a high and consistent antibody level, to protect against Newcastle Disease throughout the laying period and to induce high maternal antibody levels against Infectious Bursal Disease in their offspring.
Dosage and administration
|Dose: 0.5 ml vaccine per bird by subcutaneous injection in the back of the neck or by intramuscular injection in the thigh or chest muscle, using a medium-sized needle (20g x ½”).
Allow the vaccine to reach ambient temperature (15 – 25°C) before use.
|Active immunity develops within 3-4 weeks and is maintained for 4 months
(For optimal effect of this vaccination, birds must be primed with Live vaccines such as Bangla® BCRDV Vac against NDV and Bangla® IBD Vac against IBDV, during early age)
|In healthy birds no clinical reaction to vaccination will be observed. For some cases, a slight swelling may be felt at the site of vaccination. Local tissue reaction at the site of injection can occur and persist for a variable amount of time.|
|Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waste material derived from such veterinary medicinal product should be disposed of in accordance with local requirements.|
|PET bottles containing 250ml (500 Dose) and 500 ml (1000 doses). The bottles are closed with a nitryl rubber stopper and sealed with a coded aluminium cap.|
|A good immune response is reliant on the reaction of an immunogenic agent and a fully competent immune system. Immunogenicity of the vaccine antigen will be reduced by poor storage or inappropriate administration. Immunocompetence of the birds may be compromised by a variety of factors including poor health, nutritional status, genetic factors, concurrent drug therapy and stress. Under certain conditions, for example extreme disease pressure and variant challenge, fully immune birds may succumb to disease. Therefore, successful vaccination may not be synonymous with full protection in the face of a disease challenge.|