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Veterinary Medicines

HatchPak Avinew

  • Newcastle disease virus, strain VG/GA, Live

Product identification

Medicine name:
HatchPak Avinew
HATCHPAK AVINEW, κατεψυγμένο εναιώρημα για εισπνοή με εκνεφωτή
Active substance:
  • Newcastle disease virus, strain VG/GA, Live
Target species:
  • Chicken (one day-old chick)
Route of administration:
  • Coarse spray

Product details

Active substance and strength:
  • Newcastle disease virus, strain VG/GA, Live
    log 10 50% embryo infective dose
Pharmaceutical form:
  • Nebuliser suspension
Withdrawal period by route of administration:
  • Coarse spray
    • Chicken (one day-old chick)
      • Meat and offal
Anatomical therapeutic chemical veterinary (ATCvet) codes:
  • QI01AD06
Authorisation status:
  • Valid
Authorised in:
  • Cyprus
Package description:
  • Type I glass ampoule,15,000-doses
  • Type I glass ampoule, 10,000-doses

Additional information

Entitlement type:
  • Marketing Authorisation
Marketing authorisation holder:
  • Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health France
Marketing authorisation date:
Manufacturing sites for batch release:
  • Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health France
Responsible authority:
  • Veterinary Services, Ministry Of Agriculture, Natural Resources And Environment
Authorisation number:
  • CY00397V
Date of authorisation status change:
Reference member state:
  • Hungary
Procedure number:
  • HU/V/105/001
Concerned member states:
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • Czechia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia


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Published on: 1/02/2024
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