Fluvac Innovator For AnimalsFluvac Innovator 6 Equine Vaccine
Fluvac Innovator 6 vaccines provide protection against circulating contemporary equine influenza viruses (EIV). Fluvac Innovator vaccines help in the prevention of equine influenza due to type A2 viruses as well as equine rhinopneumonitis due to equine herpes virus (EHV) types 1 and 4. It also provides protection against equine encephalomyelitis due to eastern, western and Venezuelan viruses, and tetanus. Fluvac Innovator is lab-tested and is veterinarian’s first choice for flu-rhino protection.
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Fluvac Innovator 6 contains a number of ingredients which are:
- Equine Influenza
- Western & Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis
- Rhinopneumonitis Vaccine
- Tetanus Toxoid.
Shake well before using this medicine and make sure to use the entire contents once opened. Using an aseptic technique, inject horses with 1 ml of the medicine into the muscle. The dose needs to be repeated in 3 to 4 weeks.
Administer the medicine annually after that. Early revaccination can also be done if the animal is faced with an outbreak or with other conditions which might make heavy exposure likely.
Always consult a doctor before using any medicine. Only use it if it is needed because otherwise, it would be useless and may cause unwanted negative effects.
- Only to be used for horses.
- Not suitable for human use.
- Do not eat or swallow.
- Store in a dark room.
- Store in a cold place at about 2 to 7 degrees, do not freeze.
- Use entire content once opened. Do not save for later.
- For veterinarian use only.
- Do not vaccinate the animal before 21 days of slaughter.
- Not suitable for use in young foals of 3 months or lesser.
Some side effects that might be experienced through the administration of Fluvac Innovator 6 include:
- Digestive problems
Product Code: 11753
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