Discussion created on 09/17/2016

Vaccine

Hi, I want some information about vaccination that if we are doing medication and chlorination in drinking water then can we do eye drop and s/c vaccine or not.

Anonymous query
Pakistan
Veterinary Doctor
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Subramanyan Raju Subramanyan Raju
Consultant
September 17, 2016
hello
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Khawar Ma Khawar Ma
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
September 17, 2016
During medication, vaccination usually not done as vaccination always done to healthy birds/animals. For S/C vaccination always use distal water or clean boiled water without chlorine
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September 18, 2016
always try to stop any medication and disinfectant before live vaccine application , some live vaccines easily affected by antibiotics and water medications especially bacterial vaccines .
Effect of water medication on the vaccines depend on the type of the vaccine you are applying , you can find the safety information on the products label .it is preffered to contact the product vendor before going on
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Dr. Hassan Kazim Dr. Hassan Kazim
BSc(Hons)Poultry science
September 18, 2016
Yes u can do eye drop its batter options for chicken health.because water treatment no issues for vaccines when eye drop done.
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September 19, 2016
Chlorine will inhibit the live virus. Either you will have to use skimmed milk or leave the water for 24 hours to get rid of chlorine. Vaccination should be done in HEALTHY birds. No medication during vaccination. Please refer to the Technical sheets of the vaccine suppliers.
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joshi george joshi george
Senior Manager (Operations)
September 19, 2016
Vaccinations are best done in dist. water. Chlorination, heavy metals and hardness will have some impact on the efficacy of the vaccine.
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Llewellyn Westcott Llewellyn Westcott
Agricultural Manager
September 19, 2016
Yes it is safe to do eye drop vaccination with distilled water and using the appropriate diluent for Sc. There are a number of Cl Binders on the market (Na Thiosulphate) that work well if correctly applied.
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Vasif Safarov Vasif Safarov
masters
September 19, 2016
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Dr. Odede R.O. Dr. Odede R.O.
Animal Nutritionist
September 19, 2016
Vaccine administered through eye or nasal drop finds its way to the gut through the nasal cavity and nasolachrimal ducts. Chlorination thus may interfere with the response to the vaccine. It is best to treat the drinking water with skimmed milk or any suitable binders like Aviblue or Cevamune among others.
For injectable vaccines, chlorination of drinking water has no interference.
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Anonymous query
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Veterinary Doctor
September 19, 2016
All respected Members
Thanks a lot for you time and for this helpful discussion.
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Emmanuel Nwaotule Emmanuel Nwaotule
Higher Diploma In Animal Health and Husbandry
September 19, 2016
Normally, vaccines are administered to healthy birds. During intra-ocular instillation appropriate diluent or distil water free of chlorine are used ,since the eye ,nose and throat have a common opening. If chlorine is present during this process ,then the vaccines are denatured and hence efficacy is reduced with resultant vaccination failure. Subcutaneous vaccination can be done using appropriate diluent from the vaccine manufacturer. For the purpose of stress reduction vitaminated water can be administered in this case,
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Shahidul Islam Shahidul Islam
B.Sc in Animal Husbandry
September 19, 2016
Hi
In case of live vaccine you should stop chlorination for 72 hours. You may use medicine which has no effect on vaccine. During vaccination time it is better to stop any drug. But for S/C vaccine (in case of bacterial vaccine) you may use any medicine. In addition you should consult with experienced poultry expert or vaccine supplier.
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Dr. Odede R.O. Dr. Odede R.O.
Animal Nutritionist
September 19, 2016
Hello Shahidul,
Which medications do you consider compatible with oral vaccines?
Is it true that you recommend antibiotic use with injectable vaccines?
Thank you.
Regards,
Odede
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Aoun Khan Aoun Khan
general manager production
September 19, 2016
It is very important to stop chlorination and medication 24 hrs before Vaccination (live Vaccination)
Even after this we can add skimmed milk to water to neutralise the water for live vacancies.
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Aoun Khan Aoun Khan
general manager production
September 19, 2016
Live vaccines
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cherukuri choudary cherukuri choudary
Veterinary Doctor
September 20, 2016
Administering vaccines in drinking water chorination is prohibited but adding skimmed milk is necessary,and after vaccine water is completed medication can be given,
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