Zoonovac-v

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Brand name: Zoonovac-V
Means of administration: Intramuscular/ Intradermal
Contents: Purified Vero Cell Rabies Vaccine, freeze dried

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Description

Zoonovac-V Injection is used for preventing Rabies viral infection. Zoonovac Injection enhances the functionality of immune system.

Uses

Zoonovac- V Injection is a medicine that is used for preventing and treating Rabies.

Side effects

This is not the full list of all side effects that may occur with Zoonovac-v.  Please seek medical advice from your doctor about if you experience serious or unusual side effects.

Drug allergies are quite common and might occur as a result of reaction to active ingredients as well as inactive ingredients. The most common side effects of allergies are: itching, rashes, hives, shortness of breath, low blood pressure, dizziness and loose motions.

The most commonly observed side effects of Zoonovac-v 5 mg are:

  • Joint pains
  • Swollen lymph node
  • Reddening and swelling at injection site

Warnings and Precautions

  • You must always inform your doctor about your past and present drug allergies or any other substance allergies before taking Zoonovac-v.
  • Before using Zoonovac-v kindly inform your doctor or pharmacist regarding relevant medical history.Also, inform about all the drugs you are presently taking.

Notes

Medical Disclaimer

The information provided on this website pertaining to the ingredients, health related information, product description and treatment has been accumulated from several trustworthy sources. However, this information is not intended to replace of substitute any qualified doctor’s advice. The customers are requested to consult with their family physician before buying any of the medicines on the website. The given information is meant for resellers, buying houses, doctors, suppliers, hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and medical institute