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Canine Adenovirus + Distemper Test (Ag)


For pet disease diagnosis

Specs:25T / box
Testing Time:7-10 mins
Worldwide shipping, free sample
The Canine Adenovirus + Distemper Test (Ag) is based on Colloidal gold immunochromatography to detect the immunoglobulin of canine. 

Test Kit
10 pcs
10 pcs
10 pcs
Buffer Solution
10 bottles
Product Instruction
Storage & Shelf-Life
At 2~30℃, out of sun light & moisture, 24 months

Test Procedure
1. Used the swab to dip the normal saline and collect the sample from conjunctival mucosa (do not use the blood, nasal discharge and urine). Then insert the swab to the test tube immediately. Spin the swab until the reagent mix with the sample (not less than 10 times). Squeeze the swab on the inner tube wall to squeeze out the liquid. Add the serum or blood plasma into the diluents and completely mix.
2. Put the test card on the flat table, absorb the supernatant and add 5 drops in the sample well carefully.
3. The liquid will climb, if not, please squeeze the place between sample well and screening hole.
4. Read the result within 10-15 minutes. The result after 15 minutes is invalid.

Interpretation of Results
Positive: line C&T appear
Negative: only line C appear
Invalid: line T&C does not appear or only the line C appear.

Results Illustration
CAV&CDV Positive
CAV Positive
CDV Negative
CDV Positive
CAV Negative
Refer to the instruction

Operation Guideline

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    Trivia questions : What is CDV and CAV?

    Canine distemper

    Canine distemper cause

    Canine distemper is a highly contact infectious disease caused by canine distemper virus, which is highly contagious and has a mortality rate of more than 80%.

    Canine distemper symptoms

    Canine distemper virus infection mainly causes high fever, purulent snot, pus, eye drops, and even eye drops that can cause blindness, corneal damage, cough and even pneumonia. Later stages are mainly neurological symptoms, muscle twitches, and so on. These are more typical symptoms. Some dogs may not have particularly obvious symptoms, one or two symptoms, and some typical all symptoms may occur.

    Canine distemper spread

    Infected natural hosts are canines and weasels, which are mainly transmitted through air and droplet levels. Sick dogs are an important source of infection, and can be detoxified through urine for a long time, which can pollute the surrounding environment. Dogs of different ages, genders and breeds can be infected. Sick dogs are the most important source of infection, which can pollute the surrounding environment through long-term detoxification through urine.

    Canine distemper virus

    Canine distemper virus (CDV) belongs to the family Paramyxoviridae and measles, and is a single-stranded RNA virus. At room temperature, the virus is relatively unstable, especially sensitive to ultraviolet rays, dryness, and high temperatures above 50-60 °C (122-140 °C).
    Under freezing conditions, the virus can survive for weeks. Most routine disinfections can kill CDV.

    Canine distemper virus treatment

    Early and medium-term treatment of canine distemper:
    Dogs whose digestive tract has been affected by canine distemper virus often do not eat well. In this case, infusion support therapy is required, but a large amount of infusion will cause pulmonary edema, so it is not appropriate to infuse more. Generally, infusion can be performed at 20-50ml per kilogram of body weight. Conditionally, you can do blood gas analysis to calculate the amount of blood ions that need to be added:

    There is no good cure for canine distemper in its later stages. Current treatments focus on controlling secondary infections of the respiratory tract and conjunctivitis

    Prevention of canine distemper virus

    First, canine vaccination can be prevented by vaccination. Vaccination can be started at 6 to 8 weeks of age, and then vaccinated twice consecutively every three weeks. After that, boosters can be given annually or every three years, depending on the risk of infection.
    Second, when buying dogs, it is not recommended buying from a crowded pet market. Dogs bred in this environment are very likely to contract canine plague.

    Infectious canine hepatitis

    Canine infectious hepatitis is an acute septic infectious disease in canines caused by canine adenovirus type I.

    Infectious canine hepatitis symptoms

    Dogs with naturally infected dogs with infectious hepatitis have an incubation period of about 7 days. The worst cases died within hours after vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Acute cases have symptoms of depression, fear of cold, body temperature rise of about 40.5 ° C, loss of appetite, drinking water, vomiting and diarrhea. In subacute cases, symptoms are mild. In addition to the above mild symptoms, anemia, jaundice, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, and lymphadenopathy can be seen. The characteristic symptoms are corneal edema, opacity, and cornea bluishness. Clinically it is also called "blue eye disease". The eyes are semi-closed, shy and tearful, and a large amount of serous fluid flows out. Corneal opacity is characterized by the cornea expanding from the center to the surroundings. Severe cases can cause corneal perforation. During recovery, the opaque cornea slowly subsided from four weeks to the center. Most opaque dogs can be cured, and the visible mucosa is accompanied by varying degrees of jaundice.

    Infectious canine hepatitis Treatment

    Treatment: Hyperimmune serum therapy for infectious hepatitis can be used in the early stages of onset. Once obvious clinical symptoms appear, it is difficult to produce a therapeutic effect even with high doses of high free serum. For severe cases of anemia, blood transfusion can be used to some extent.
    Symptomatic treatment, intravenous glucose, body fluids and adenosine triphosphate, coenzyme A has a certain effect on the rehabilitation of this disease.
    Systemic use of antibiotics and sulfa drugs can prevent secondary infections.
    For dogs with keratitis, 0.5% lidocaine and chloramphenicol eye drops can be used instead of the eyes.

    Canine adenovirus

    Transmission of Canine adenovirus

    The disease is not only widespread in domestic dogs and foxes in China and around the world, but also widespread in wild foxes, bears, coyotes and raccoons. The disease can occur all year round and dogs and foxes of all genders, ages and breeds are susceptible to infection. However, weaned to one year old animals have the highest morbidity and mortality. The course is shorter than canine distemper, recovering or dying within about 2 weeks, and sometimes within a few days. Mortality is higher if mixed with canine distemper infection. Sick and toxic dogs are the source of the disease. The disease is transmitted mainly through the digestive tract and can also be transmitted through the placenta. The disease can be caused by intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intravenous, oral and aerosol vaccination.

    Canine adenovirus type 1

    Type Ⅰ can cause infectious hepatitis in dogs (acute septic infectious disease characterized by necrosis of the hepatic lobules, inclusions in the nuclei of liver parenchymal cells and cortical cells, and prolonged bleeding). It can also cause fox encephalitis. It is called fox encephalitis and canine infectious hepatitis.

    Canine adenovirus type 2

    Type Ⅱ can cause infectious laryngotracheitis and enteritis in dogs.

    Summary :

    Canine distemper and canine infectious hepatitis are both common and important diseases in dogs. Once they occur, the mortality rate is extremely high. Canine distemper virus is the oldest and most clinically significant virus that infects dogs; Canine adenovirus is the most pathogenic virus in the mammalian adenovirus genus. Prevention of both is essential.
    The Canine Adenovirus + Distemper Test (Ag) kit provided by BALLYA can effectively detect whether a dog has canine distemper, canine infectious hepatitis or canine distemper virus and canine adenovirus. This kit is easy to operate, and has a short detection time and high accuracy, which allows veterinarians to understand the dog's physical condition and make corresponding treatment in a timely manner.
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