Cylap vaccine is an adjuvanted vaccine containing inactivated viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD) virus.
Recommendations for Use
For active immunisation to prevent clinical signs and mortality caused by rabbit viral haemorrhagic disease.
Inactivation of the vaccine assures no replication of vaccine virus.
No deleterious effects on the foetus, does not cause abortion, or have any impact on weaning.
One dose initial vaccination required because vaccine virus is highly immunogenic.
Twelve months duration of immunity.
Annual booster vaccination needed for breeding rabbits and pets to maintain immunity.
1 mL initial vaccination dose by subcutaneous route. Rabbits should be vaccinated at 10-12 weeks of age. If epizootic conditions make vaccination advisable before the age of ten weeks then animals should be re-vaccinated one month after the first innoculation or when they reach the age of 10-12 weeks, whichever occurs first. An annual booster vaccination is recommended.
10 mL vial containing 10 doses.
Use the entire contents of the bottle within 12 hours after broaching when stored at 2 to 8°C.
Dosage and Administration
Aseptic techniques should be applied if the vaccine is held for use for any length of time to prevent possible contamination. Each injection should be with a sterile syringe. Dose. 1 mL injected subcutaneously high on the neck. Massage injection site for approximately 10 seconds to reduce the chance of possible injection site reactions.
Primary vaccination: Rabbits should be vaccinated at 2½ to 3 months of age. If epizootic conditions make vaccination advisable before the age of 2½ months, the animals should be rev-accinated at 2½ to 3 months of age.
Booster vaccination: An annual booster vaccination is recommended.