The stopper of the vial is not made with natural rubber latex.
MassBiologics’ TDVAX is supplied in a package of 10 single dose vials.
NDC No. 14362-0111-3 — Individual single dose (0.5 mL) vials.
NDC No. 14362-0111-4 — Package containing ten vials.
Store at 2°C — 8°C (36°F — 46°F). DO NOT FREEZE. Discard product if exposed to freezing.
Do not use vaccine after expiration date.
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Product information as of September 2018
| TDVAX |
tetanus and diphtheria toxoids adsorbed injection
|Labeler — MassBiologics (038051228)|
Revised: 05/2021 MassBiologics
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