Ileitis Vaccine Swine

Enterisol Ileitis Vaccine is used on healthy, susceptible swine and piglets 3 weeks of age or older as an aid in the prevention of porcine proliferative enteropathy (Ileitis) caused by Lawsonia intracellularis. In clinical studies, the Enterisol Ileitis vaccine against Lawsonia Intracellularis significantly prevented gross and microscopic intestinal lesions of Ileitis and significantly prevented colonization of virulent L. intracellularis after challenge. Rehydrate the vaccine by adding the full contents of the accompanying sterile water diluent to the vaccine vial. Mix gently until contents are completely dissolved and use entire contents immediately.

For use in healthy swine as an aid in the control of ileitis caused by Lawsonia intracellularis, an aid in the reduction of colonization by Lawsonia and an aid in the reduction of duration of fecal shedding. Duration of immunity for at least 20 weeks has been demonstrated.

Description

Study results showed significantly fewer intestinal lesions were found in pigs vaccinated with Enterisol Ileitis than those vaccinated with the competitor’s vaccine or the control group

Most US hog farms are affected by ileitis, caused by the bacteria Lawsonia intracellularis. A recent study compared the efficacy of two ileitis vaccines, Enterisol® Ileitis and a competitor’s vaccine, by measuring and comparing intestinal lesions in weaned pigs challenged directly with Lawsonia after vaccination. [1] Previous research has established that increased prevalence and severity of ileocecal lesions correlates to decreased pig performance. Study results showed significantly fewer intestinal lesions were found in pigs vaccinated with Enterisol Ileitis than those vaccinated with the competitor’s vaccine or the control group.

Vaccination can take place via:

(1) Oral drenching – Administer a single dose orally. The dose volume is as follows: • 50 dose/100 mL presentation: one 2 mL dose per pig. • 100 dose/100 mL presentation: one 1 mL dose per pig.

(2) Drinking water distribution Non-frozen.

Features of Ileitis Vaccine Swine

Lawsonia Intracellularis Vaccine Enterisol® Ileitis is a safe, effective, convenient, one dose, live Lawsonia intracellularis (ileitis) vaccine.

  • Oral vaccine.
  • 21 day withdrawal period.
  • Use on three weeks or older.
  • Convenient water delivery results in less animal stress.
  • Simple oral vaccination reduces the need for injections.
  • Less exposure to needles results in improved pork quality and worker safety.
  • Oral administration allows for simultaneous administration of Enterisol® Ileitis FF, Enterisol® SC-54 FF and Ingelvac® ERY-ALC vaccines.

Dosage and Administration

Administer one dose via drinking water or oral drench (non-frozen only) to each pig. Lyophilized Form – Rehydrate the vaccine by adding the full contents of the accompanying sterile diluent to the vaccine. Shake well and use entire contents immediately. The lyophilized form may be administered via oral drench. Frozen Form (FF) – Thaw vaccine under trickling cool water bath until liquid (usually 30-40 minutes). Shake well and use entire contents immediately. See product insert for complete directions.

Specifications

  • Store in the dark at 2° – 7°C.
  • 21 day slaughter withdrawal.
  • Do not freeze.
  • Use entire contents when opened.
  • Shake well and warm to room temperature prior to administration.

Indications

For use in healthy swine as an aid in the control of ileitis caused by Lawsonia intracellularis, an aid in the reduction of colonization by Lawsonia and an aid in the reduction of duration of fecal shedding. Duration of immunity for at least 20 weeks has been demonstrated.

Prices of Ileitis Vaccine Swine

$35.95 – $115.95

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