Porcilis Lawsonia vaccine for pigs
Vaccine for the active immunisation of pigs against Porcine proliferative enteritis. This condition causes diarrhoeal disease of growing-finishing and young breeding pigs characterised by hyperplasia and inflammation of the ileum and colon.
Information for Veterinary Practitioners
White/nearly white lyophilisate and homogenous white to nearly white emulsion solvent.
Each 2 ml dose contains:
Inactivated Lawsonia intracellularis strain SPAH-08 ≥ 5323 U1
1 Antigenic mass units as determined in the in vitro potency test (ELISA).
Indications for use
For the active immunisation of pigs from 3 weeks of age to reduce diarrhoea, loss of daily weight gain, intestinal lesions, bacterial shedding and mortality caused by Lawsonia intracellularis infection.
Onset of immunity: 4 weeks after vaccination
Duration of immunity: 21 weeks after vaccination
Meat 0 days
Lyophilisate: Hydrolytic glass Type I vial of 50 doses or 100 doses closed with halogenobutyl rubber stoppers and sealed with aluminium caps.
Solvent: PET (polyethylene terephthalate) vials of 100 ml (50 doses) or 200 ml (100 doses), closed with nitryl rubber stoppers and sealed with aluminium caps. Not all pack sizes may be marketed.
Lyophilisate and solvent are packaged together in a cardboard outer.
For full information please refer to the Summary of Product Characteristics. Further information is available on request.
Use Medicines Responsibly. If you are not the prescribing veterinary practitioner, advice should be sought from the medicine prescriber.