BCG Vaccine High-Efficiency Tuberculosis Prevention | 20-dose Coverage

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BCG Vaccine: High-Efficiency Tuberculosis Prevention with 20-dose Vials

A potent BCG Vaccine expertly designed to actively combat Tuberculosis. Provided as a stable, freeze-dried live vaccine, each vial is precision-crafted to supply 20 potent doses. Key attributes include:

  • Dosage: Specifically designed for infants under 1 year taking a 0.05 ml dose and older individuals requiring 0.1 ml.
  • Immunization Timing: Ideal for infants at high risk of exposure and can be safely combined with DTP, Polio, Measles, and Hepatitis B vaccines.
  • Storage and Transportation: Store between 2°C and 8°C. For added stability, keep at -20°C and out of direct light. Ensure concurrent transportation of vaccine vials and diluents.
  • Usage Instructions: Dispose of unused portions within six hours of reconstitution, shielding from direct sunlight and always use sterilized syringes for each injection.
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BCG Vaccine: Robust Tuberculosis Prevention

The BCG Vaccine, designed to provide fortified protection against the deadly disease, tuberculosis, is indeed a marvel of medical science. Each vial is carefully formulated with a viable, freeze-dried, and entirely safe strain of Mycobacterium Bovis, offering an effective shield against the disease. The compact design of the vial caters to the needs of 20 patients at a time, ensuring wide-reaching coverage, especially for those at risk.

Revolutionary Composition

The robust efficacy of the BCG vaccine stems from its revolutionary composition. It cleverly incorporates Sodium glutamate or Monosodium L-glutamate monohydrate as a stabilizer, thereby enhancing its long-term viability. Remember, for reconstitution, only use the provided diluent; any other substances, including water for injections, may not be suitable.

Dosage Information

  • Infants under one year: 0.05 ml
  • Others: 0.1ml

To ensure safety and uphold the highest standards of hygiene, each injection should be administered using clean, sterile syringes and needles. Please be advised, any remaining vaccine should be discarded after six hours of reconstitution.

Immunization Schedule and Storage

High-risk infants are the primary candidates for the BCG vaccine. However, this lifesaver can be administered simultaneously with other vaccines, including DTP, measles, polio, hepatitis B and more. For optimal efficacy, it is advisable to avoid administration within 4 weeks of another live vaccine to eliminate potential interferences.

The ideal storage and transportation condition for this vaccine falls between 2°C and 8°C, although the stability increases further at -20°C. Avoid exposure to sunlight for extended longevity and transport the diluents alongside the vaccine vials.


Each vial constitutes 20 potent doses, making it a cost-effective and efficient solution, especially for mass vaccination drives and campaigns. Protect your community today!

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