Dec. 30, 2021
Veterinary vaccines are of great significance in reducing the incidence of animal infectious diseases and ensuring the healthy development of the breeding industry. Among the many types of vaccines, inactivated vaccines have the characteristics of safety, non-return to ancestors, non-return to strong, and easy to transport. They are a type of vaccine that is more commonly used in farms. So, what are the requirements for veterinary vaccine bottles for this vaccine?
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Common inactivated veterinary vaccines are mainly for pigs and poultry, including inactivated porcine parvovirus vaccine, inactivated porcine circovirus vaccine, inactivated mycoplasma pneumonia vaccine, porcine blue ear disease vaccine, foot-and-mouth disease vaccine, Porcine pseudorabies inactivated vaccine, chicken Newcastle disease inactivated vaccine, chicken infectious rhinitis inactivated vaccine, highly pathogenic avian influenza, etc. Since the inactivated vaccine is not sensitive to the interference effect of the grazing original antibody, it is also easier to make a combined vaccine and a multivalent vaccine.
Inactivated vaccines are different from live vaccines. They are vaccines that are manufactured after the pathogenic microorganisms are inactivated by the management method. The inactivated pathogens still maintain immunogenicity. After vaccination, the animals can develop specific immunity. This kind of vaccine is also called Dead vaccine. The storage environment for inactivated vaccines is 2-8°C. Plastic veterinary vaccine bottles are selected for the material. The quality requirements are mainly reflected in the tightness, so as to ensure the safe storage of the vaccine.
The above are the common types of inactivated veterinary vaccines and the requirements for veterinary vaccine bottles. In addition, before using inactivated vaccines to immunize animals, you need to check whether the bottle's tightness is intact, whether the vaccine has deteriorated, etc., and avoid injection of deteriorated vaccines. , Endangering animal health.
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