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Constant and accurate method of vaccine application

Thanks to the DUAL PRESSURE SYSTEM, the vaccine dose is delivered through air chamber membrane to the target locations such as amniotic fluid or intra-embryo, regardless the embryo size.

THE FOLLOWING DATA HAS BEEN COLLECTED FROM REAL FIELD CONDITIONS, THEREFORE IT SHOWS SOME VARIABLITY DUE TO THE PARTICULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HATCHERY AND THE VACCINATED FLOCKS.

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Hatchability impact is minimized

The individual adaptation of the injection depth to each single eggs depending on its embryo size and position, minimized the embryo injuries caused by excessive intra-embryo perforation when contamination levels are under control.

Egg breakage is negligible

As the High Pressure (1ºstep) is applied only on a very small are a of contact, the incidence of egg shell breakage in good quality hatching eggs practically disappears.

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Summary

In-Ovo is a method demading monitoring activities and high biosecurity. However, if under control, it is economically more interesting that any other vaccination method.

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Technical publications

Determination of the injection deposition site in chicken embryos by a novel In-Ovo injection system Lozano F.1; Gonzalez C.1; Arbe M.2; Hernandez I.2; Felfoldi B.3; Medveczki A.3; Jaouen E.1; Visagie C.4; Kertesz K.3; Palya V.3; Gardin Y.1 - Ceva Animal Health – France1; Spain2; Hungary3; South Africa4