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Veterinary Medicines

RABIROM I

Authorised
  • Rabies virus, strain CVS-11, Inactivated

Product identification

Medicine name:
RABIROM I
Active substance:
  • Rabies virus, strain CVS-11, Inactivated
Target species:
  • Cattle
  • Horse
  • Dog
  • Goat
  • Sheep
  • Cat
  • Pig
Route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous use
  • Intramuscular use

Product details

Active substance and strength:
  • Rabies virus, strain CVS-11, Inactivated
    2.00
    international unit(s)
    /
    1.00
    millilitre(s)
Pharmaceutical form:
  • Suspension for injection
Withdrawal period by route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous use
    • Cattle
      • Meat and offal
        0
        day
    • Horse
      • Meat and offal
        0
        day
    • Dog
    • Goat
      • Meat and offal
        0
        day
    • Sheep
      • Meat and offal
        0
        day
    • Cat
  • Intramuscular use
    • Pig
      • Meat and offal
        0
        day
Anatomical therapeutic chemical veterinary (ATCvet) codes:
  • QI07XA
Authorisation status:
  • Valid
Authorised in:
  • Romania
Package description:

Additional information

Entitlement type:
  • Marketing Authorisation
Marketing authorisation holder:
  • Romvac Company S.A.
Marketing authorisation date:
Manufacturing sites for batch release:
  • Romvac Company S.A.
Responsible authority:
  • Institute For Control Of Biological Products And Veterinary Medicines
Authorisation number:
  • 190215
Date of authorisation status change:

Documents

Summary of Product Characteristics

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Published on: 8/11/2021
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