It infests dogs and other carnivores like fox, wolf, coyote, jackal, ferret, mink, raccoon and seal world-wide. The Online Medical Device Exhibition. Patient type: dog Applications: for canine distemper Tested parameter: virus Sample type: urine, nasal Analysis mode: immunochromatographic.
First Described:worldwide, Appel and others 1. Affected Hosts: Dogs and other Canidae such as coyotes, foxes, and wolves; cats. Route of Transmission: Direct contact with virus in feces and vomitus as well as contact with contaminated fomites.
Canine Coronavirus causes sporadic outbreaks of mild often self-limiting to severe enteritis and is known as the second most common etiologic agent of canine viral enteritis next to Canine Parvovirus. Dogs of all ages but especially puppies and dogs in kennels are susceptible to CCoV. CCoV is difficult to clinically differentiate from mild causes of CPV or other enteric diseases as clinical signs are similar.
At first the virus was detected in North America, but it spread quickly world-wide. The Online Medical Device Exhibition. Patient type: dog, for cats Applications: for infectious diseases, for diarrhea Tested parameter: parvovirus Sample type: feces Analysis mode: immunochromatographic.
The disease is characterised by severe enteritis and lymphopenia with high mortality, especially in non-immune dogs. Antibody titers to CPV are important to prediction of canine health and preparing of a vaccination program. Another use for measuring CPV antibodies is in unvaccinated clinical cases that test negative for CPV antigen in faeces.
The present study aims to determine the prevalence of FPV and associated risk factors in pet and stray cats in Maiduguri, Northeastern Nigeria. A cross sectional survey was conducted involving two hundred cats sampled randomly. The prevalence in pet and stray cats were 4. All the apparently healthy cats did not test positive for FPV.
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