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Use of antirabic vaccination for prevention of bovine mal de Caderas


, : Use of antirabic vaccination for prevention of bovine mal de Caderas. Rev Med Vet [buenos Aires] 14(2/6): 3-15

Excellent results were obtained in prevention of paralytic rabies with a specific vaccine similar in preparation to the chloroform vaccine of Kelser, in a bovine epidemic in a northern province on the border of Paraguay. Horses useless for service are inoculated with rabies virus fixed by numerous passages through horses. The inoculated material is an emulsion, conc. to 33.3%, of cerebral tissue of such animals killed by the virus, to which is added 1.5% chloroform. On the 8th day after preparation it is innocuous by any route of inoculation and is easily absorbed by the subcutaneous route, not giving rise to abscess formation. The vaccine was injected (in doses of 20 cc for large, and of 10-15 cc for medium sized, animals) into more than 25,000 cattle in the infected zone. No cases of paralytic rabies were recorded, while the disease continued unabated in unvaccinated areas.

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