GlobiVac® FC

FOWL CHOLERA is a serious, highly contagious bacterial disease caused by Pasteurella multocida in a range of avian species including chickens. It usually occurs as a septicemia of sudden onset with high morbidity and mortality, but chronic and asymptomatic infections also occur. It was one of the first infectious diseases to be recognized by Louis Pasteur in 1880.

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Fowl Cholera is manifested as:
  • Acute form:
    • Dead birds as the first indication
    • Fever, depression, anorexia
    • Mucoid discharge from the mouth
    • Ruffled feathers diarrhea and increased respiratory rate
  • Chronic form:
    • Swelling in sternal bursae, wattles, joints, tendon sheaths and footpads
    • Exudative conjunctivitis and pharyngitis
    • Torticollis may result when the meninges, middle ear or cranial bones are infected

Haemorrhagic ulcers in intestines   Haemorrhagic ulcers in intestines

The post-mortem lesions in Fowl Cholera are:
  • Hyperemia in abdominal vessels
  • Petechial and ecchymotic haemorrhages
  • Enteritis
  • Yolk peritonitis
  • Cellulitis of face and wattles
  • Purulent arthritis

Fowl Cholera can be diagnosed on the basis of:
  • Characteristic signs and lesions
  • Isolation and identification of organism

Route of administration:
  • GlobiVac FC can be administered by i/m or s/c injection

Dose of vaccination:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

Age of vaccination:
  • Primary Vaccination: from 6th week onwards
  • Booster Vaccination: after 3 to 4 weeks of primary vaccination (necessary for lifelong immunity)

  • Vaccine should be stored and transported as per the conditions recommended.
  • Vaccine vials should not be exposed to direct sun light.
  • Consult your veterinarian for specific vaccination schedule for your farm.
  • Vaccinate only healthy birds.
  • Vaccine should be brought to ambient temperature (15-25 Degree Celcius) before vaccination.
  • Shake the bottle well before and during vaccination.
  • Follow aseptic precautions for vaccination.
  • Use the bottle entirety once opened. Left over vaccine should be discarded.
  • If accidental injection occurs in human, consult your physician immediately.

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