Feligen F3 Vaccine (Rcp)
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|Drug Name and Strength||Live attenuated feline herpes virus, live attenuated feline calicivirus, live attenuated feline parvovirus (panleukopaenia virus)|
|Indication||Vaccination of cats against feline rhinotracheitis, feline calicivirus and feline panleucopenia (feline infectious enteritis) infections and, when reconstituted with Leucogen, against feline leukaemia virus (FeLV).|
|Actions||Vaccination and challenge trials have demonstrated the efficacy of this vaccine against viral rhinotracheitis/calicivirus infection and panleucopaenia in cats.|
|Precautions||Vaccinate only healthy cats with normal temperatures. Do not administer to pregnant queens or cats receiving corticosteroids. Do not use chemicals to disinfect the skin, needles or syringes before vaccination as this could inactivate the viruses.|
|Dosage and Administration||Use immediately after reconstitution with 1 mL of a suitable diluent (i.e. Water for Injection BP or Leucogen vaccine against FeLV) transferred aseptically. Leucogen vaccine can be used as a diluent for two consecutive vaccinations in both adult cats and kittens; two vaccinations ensure a complete course for leukaemia (the interval between Leucogen injections must not exceed four weeks).Vaccination programs. Primary vaccination in kittens from 8 weeks of age. Inject subcutaneously or intramuscularly one dose of vaccine at 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age. In normal circumstances, three doses are sufficient to ensure protective immunisation in kittens from 8 weeks of age. Primary vaccination in cats 12 weeks of age and older. Inject subcutaneously or intramuscularly two doses of vaccine at an interval of one month. In normal circumstances, two doses are sufficient to ensure protective immunisation in kittens at or over 12 weeks of age. In situations where high maternal antibody and potential challenge is possible, an additional vaccination should be considered. An annual booster is recommended.Severe infectious risk. Primary vaccination in kittens up to 16 weeks of age. One dose at two to three week intervals.|
|Storage||Store between 2 and 8°C. (Refrigerate. Do not freeze.) Protect from light.|
|MSDS (external link)||Feligen F3 Vaccine (Rcp) MSDS|
|Label (external link)||Feligen F3 Vaccine (Rcp) Label|
|Manufacturer||Virbac (Australia) Pty Limited|