MSD Animal Health presents AQUAVAC AUDIT, a new, innovative tool that will help satisfy all your needs during the vaccination period and into the future.
AQUAVAC AUDIT: saving you time, peace of mind
- Measure and monitor the vaccination procedure in real time
- Highlights vaccination in-accuracy and where problems can be rectified
- Instant results and graphs
- Improve your own performance
- Reduce your paper trail
What AQUAVAC Audit can do for you
- AQUAVAC Audit can capture over 200 external accuracy data points for each vaccination event, as well as 30 internal accuracy data points – including deposition and vaccine region. Each data point can be supplemented with written notes and/or photos.
- The app is compatible with hand and machine vaccination.
- In the case of machine vaccination the app can be selected to compare accuracy between channels, which is critical where grading is occurring immediately prior to vaccination.
- Real time report summaries allow the auditor to communicate quickly with the vaccination team leader and hatchery manager, and recommend corrections to improve accuracy.
- Auto-generated pdf audit reports speed up reporting times and allow for multiple comparative audits to be completed within the desired timeframe; hours, days, weeks.
- Easily downloadable raw data excels provide the user to complete internal benchmarking across a range of parameters.
For more information on AQUAVAC Audit or gaining access please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vaccination Best Practice
At MSD Animal Health we endorse vaccination best practice and responsible use of our vaccines. This is why MSD Animal Health’s Technical Team are on site regularly supporting our customers with the auditing process during vaccination and training staff on the essentials to ensure vaccination best practice.
Vaccination is a critical point in the freshwater production phase and can be affected by a range of factors, all of which must be risk assessed and managed correctly to maximise fish welfare.
Poor husbandry and health protocols can be as detrimental as poor vaccination technique to the fish welfare and the outcome of vaccination so a holistic approach must be taken to the event.