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Product Description

West Nile Virus Vaccine is used to vaccinate healthy horses to prevent viremia resulting from West Nile Virus infection. This vaccine is FDA-approved for veterinary use. *This item can't be shipped to MN.  

Who is West Nile Innovator for?

For use in healthy horses.

Why use West Nile Innovator?

Features of West Nile Virus Vaccine:
  • Horses who received two vaccine doses demonstrated efficacy and were challenged with West Nile Virus a year after the initial vaccination.
  • This vaccine is the only West Nile Virus vaccine that has been adjuvanted with MetaStim to improve the immune response.
  • West Nile Virus vaccine protects your horse from West Nile Virus, preventing viremia that can result from WNV infection.

How does West Nile Innovator work?

West Nile Innovator introduces antigens to the immune system of the horse, protecting them from West Nile Virus infection. West Nile Virus is transmitted through infected mosquitoes.

Manufacturer:

Zoetis

Active ingredient(s):

Killed virus, Adjuvant

How is West Nile Innovator sold?

1 mL dose

What are the side effects of West Nile Innovator?

Impermanent injection site reactions can occur. If the event of an anaphylactoid reaction, an antidote of epinephrine should be administered.

What special precautions are there?

  • Only approved for veterinary use.
  • Preservatives include polymyxin B, neomycin, and thimerosal.
  • If an anaphylactoid reaction occurs, epinephrine should be administered.
  • Never vaccinate within 21 days of slaughter.
  • Short-term local injection site reaction could occur.
  • Entire contents should be used upon opening.
  • Shake well.

What to do if overdose?

In case of anaphylactoid reaction, consult your nearest emergency animal clinic.

How can I store West Nile Innovator?

Avoid freezing. Store in the dark at 35° to 45°F (2° to 7°C).

Helpful Tips:

Your veterinarian may recommend early re-vaccination if your horse encounters an outbreak or another condition that increases the risk of exposure.

How To Use

Overview

Inject one 1 mL dose intramuscularly using aseptic technique. Administer a second 1 mL dose 3 to 6 weeks after the first dose. Revaccinate annually with one 1 mL dose.

What’s in it?

Main Ingredients

West Nile Virus Vaccine Killed Virus

Contains thimerosal, neomycin, and polymyxin B as preservatives

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Product Description

West Nile Virus Vaccine is used to vaccinate healthy horses to prevent viremia resulting from West Nile Virus infection. This vaccine is FDA-approved for veterinary use. *This item can't be shipped to MN.  

Who is West Nile Innovator for?

For use in healthy horses.

Why use West Nile Innovator?

Features of West Nile Virus Vaccine:
  • Horses who received two vaccine doses demonstrated efficacy and were challenged with West Nile Virus a year after the initial vaccination.
  • This vaccine is the only West Nile Virus vaccine that has been adjuvanted with MetaStim to improve the immune response.
  • West Nile Virus vaccine protects your horse from West Nile Virus, preventing viremia that can result from WNV infection.

How does West Nile Innovator work?

West Nile Innovator introduces antigens to the immune system of the horse, protecting them from West Nile Virus infection. West Nile Virus is transmitted through infected mosquitoes.

Manufacturer:

Zoetis

Active ingredient(s):

Killed virus, Adjuvant

How is West Nile Innovator sold?

1 mL dose

What are the side effects of West Nile Innovator?

Impermanent injection site reactions can occur. If the event of an anaphylactoid reaction, an antidote of epinephrine should be administered.

What special precautions are there?

  • Only approved for veterinary use.
  • Preservatives include polymyxin B, neomycin, and thimerosal.
  • If an anaphylactoid reaction occurs, epinephrine should be administered.
  • Never vaccinate within 21 days of slaughter.
  • Short-term local injection site reaction could occur.
  • Entire contents should be used upon opening.
  • Shake well.

What to do if overdose?

In case of anaphylactoid reaction, consult your nearest emergency animal clinic.

How can I store West Nile Innovator?

Avoid freezing. Store in the dark at 35° to 45°F (2° to 7°C).

Helpful Tips:

Your veterinarian may recommend early re-vaccination if your horse encounters an outbreak or another condition that increases the risk of exposure.

Overview

Inject one 1 mL dose intramuscularly using aseptic technique. Administer a second 1 mL dose 3 to 6 weeks after the first dose. Revaccinate annually with one 1 mL dose.

Main Ingredients

West Nile Virus Vaccine Killed Virus

Contains thimerosal, neomycin, and polymyxin B as preservatives

West Nile Virus

  West Nile virus is a disease spread by mosquito. Mosquitoes carry the highest amounts of virus in the early fall, which is why the rate of the disease increases in late August to early September. The risk of disease decreases as the weather becomes colder and mosquitoes die off.
 
 Infection with West Nile Virus does not always lead to signs of illness in people or animals. Horses appear to be a species that is susceptible to infection with the virus. In horses that do become clinically ill, the virus infects the central nervous system and may cause symptoms of encephalitis. Clinical signs of encephalitis in horses may include a general loss of appetite and depression, in addition to any combination of the following signs:
 
 
 
  • Fever
  • Weakness of hind limbs
  • paralysis of hind limbs
  • Impaired vision
  • Weakness
  • Head pressing
  • Aimless wandering
  • Convulsions (seizures)
  •  Inability to swallow
  • Walking in circles
  • Hyperexcitabilit
  • Coma
 

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