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Vaccination During Animal Disease Emergencies

Overview

Basic Mechanics

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Vaccines in Animals

Disease prevention interventionRegulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Center for Veterinary BiologicsVeterinary biologics for commercial use must be produced at a USDA-approved establishment, and be demonstrated to be pure, safe, potent, and efficacious

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National Veterinary Stockpile

Established through HSPD 9Countermeasures for damaging animal diseasesDeployment within 24 hours

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Types of Vaccines

TypesModified live vaccines (MLV)Killed inactivated vaccinesWithdrawal timesUse determined byDiseaseSpeciesVaccine availabilityApproval for use

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Vaccine Administration

Single use disposable syringesAutomatic multi-dose syringesBottle-mount syringe (automatic self-filling syringe)

ParenteralIntramuscularSubcutaneousIntranasalNeedle-free injectionOcularOralSpray/topical

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Vaccine Handling

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Maintaining a Cold Chain

Stays withinappropriatetemperature rangeIf not…Loss of potency or effectivenessChanges not visually apparentRefrigeration, freezingAvoid freeze-thaw cyclesAvoid light

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Vaccine Storage Units

Dedicated appliances to store vaccinesAvoid door, drawerLimit door openingMonitor temperaturesSecure power supply

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Diluents

May be stored separate from vaccine Guidelines for reconstitutionDiluents are NOT interchangeableBetween vaccine typesBetween manufacturersBetween lots

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Maintaining Sterility in Multi-Dose Vials

Do not remove rubber stopper Antiseptic before piercingNew needle before piercingDo not submerge vial into melted ice/waterLabel when opening/reconstituting

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Receiving Vaccines

Inspect immediately upon arrivalSigns of physical damageExpiration dateSufficient diluent includedCold chain maintained

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Transporting Vaccines

Maintain cold chainDiluents should travel with correspondingvaccinesNote packing timeCheck for damageExpiration date

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If the Cold Chain is Broken

Any indication that a proper temperature has not been maintained: Mark the vaccine “DO NOT USE”Contact supervisor or other authority for further instructionsDo NOT immediately discard the vaccine unless directed to do so

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Vaccination Strategies During an Outbreak

Dependent uponScope of the outbreakObjectivesPopulation at riskNature of the diseaseResource availabilityGeographic considerationsTrade restrictionsResource availability

Suppressive vs. targeted vaccinationDepopulation

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Preventing Disease Transmission During Vaccination

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Preventing Disease Transmission During Vaccination

BiosecurityWash handsWear glovesUse new needleDisinfect reusable equipmentDispose of trash on-siteWear disposable shoe covers/boots

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Record Keeping

Individual and/or group animal IDsName, address of animal ownerSpecies, age, sex, breed of animalsDate of vaccinationRoute, location of vaccinationAll vaccine informationInclude withdrawal time

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Personal Safety When Vaccinating

Needle sticksVaccine exposureSharps disposalAnimal hazardsLivestock handling, restraintEnvironmental hazards

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Resources

USDA Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness (FAD PReP) Guidelines: Vaccination for Contagious Diseaseshttp://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/emrs/nahems.shtml

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Acknowledgments

Development of this presentation was by the Center for Food Security and Public Health at Iowa State University through funding from the Multi-State Partnership for Security in Agriculture

Authors:

Molly Peebles, BS

Reviewer: Glenda

Dvorak

, DVM, MPH, DACVPM

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