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Injections

Technical Term

Injections:

  • I Intramuscular:
    An intramuscular injection is the route of administration for inactivated vaccines. Intramuscular injections are given in the thickest part of the breast muscle parallel to the keel

  • II Subcutaneous:
    The vaccine is injected underneath the skin. The skin on the back of the neck should be lifted up to create a pocket between the skin and neck muscles. The site of injection should be the middle to lower neck region on the dorsal mid line of the neck

  • III Wing Web:
    The wing web procedure is used for fowl pox vaccines in birds that are six weeks or older. The usual vaccine reaction or ‘take’ consists of some swelling at the site of the puncture as early as the fourth day following vaccination. All flocks are to be checked for ‘takes
 

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