IB+ND Boost ® Vac
Intermediate-Plus strain of IBDV
Live freeze-dried Vaccine against Infectious bursal disease (Gumboro).
Bangla GumboroVac is a freeze-dried vaccine containing live Intermediate strain of IBDV.
Active components per dose: Live Intermediate-plus BMB 15/07 strain of IBDV: 103.5 EID50 per dose
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Bangla® IB+ND Boost
| is a live attenuated vaccine against Infectious Bronchitis and Newcastle Disease in chickens.
|Composition :||Bangla® IB+ND Boost is a freeze-dried vaccine containing a combination of the Massachusetts strain of Infectious Bronchitis and the Live LaSota strain of Newcastle Disease virus . The freeze-dried pellet contains stabilizers and antibiotic.
|Formulation :||A freeze-dried pellet.
|Indications :||Immunization of healthy chickens against Infectious Bronchitis and Newcastle Disease.
|Vaccination Programs :||· This vaccine is used for booster vaccination at the age of 21 to 28 days after priming with Bangla BCRDV Vac/Bangla IB+ND Vac at the age of 1-5 days.
· For Layer/Breeder pullet, a second vaccination is recommended at 10 to 12 weeks of age
|Dosage :||One drop/dose per bird.|
|Method of administration:||The vaccine can be administered by ocular or nasal instillation or through the drinking water.
Dissolve the vaccine in supplied solvent or deionized water (Usually 5 ml for 100 doses, 11 ml for 300 doses, 17 ml for 500 doses and 33 ml for 1000 doses) and administered by supplied standardized dropper. One drop should be applied from a height of a few centimeters into one nostril or one eye.
Dissolve the 500 or 1000 doses of vaccines in supplied solvent.
(Note: Administration by the ocular/nasal route gives the best response. These should be the method of choice especially when vaccinating young birds).
|Withholding period :||None
|Presentation :||Vials of 500 and 1000 doses in packs of 10 vials.
|Storage :||Store between 2-80C in the dark.
|Contra-indications :||When used according to instructions: none.
|Further information :||√ Reconstituted vaccine should be used within two hours.
√ The use of the vaccine can cause temporary conjunctivitis of the operator.
√ Avoid exposure to the vaccine virus as much as possible (e.g. by wearing a face mask).
√ The vaccine viruses spread readily to contact chickens.
√ Dispose of empty or part used vials in accordance with local regulations.