Antibody Testing: Applications in Clinical Practice
Prof Richard Ford Recorded webinar

Antibody Testing: Applications in Clinical Practice

In this webinar Prof. Richard B. Ford addresses the practical aspects of antibody testing for vaccine-preventable disease in clinical practice.

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As “vaccine hesitancy” impacts veterinary medicine, the utilization of “Vaccine Titers” (Antibody testing for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases) has growing relevance in companion animal practice.

The recent introduction of valid, Point-of-Care Tests kits provides clinicians the opportunity to objectively assess the need for, and response to, core vaccines…and do so within minutes.

This presentation addresses the 3 most fundamental issues facing veterinarians regarding application of antibody testing in practice:

  • Are test results a valid indication of protective immunity?
  • If so, what are the indications for testing individual patients?
  • How do test results (“positive” vs “negative”) impact patient management decisions?

The Team



Prof. Richard B. Ford

Emeritus Professor of Medicine in the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University

Megan Stencer


Megan Spencer

Nextmune Country Manager US

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