Wise approach to Canine Parvovirus Diagnostics and Management
Despite extensive vaccination, canine parvovirus (CPV) remains a leading infectious cause of canine mortality, especially among juveniles CPV (family Parvoviridae, genus Protoparvovirus, species Carnivore protoparvovirus 1) is a small, non-enveloped DNA virus, which is highly resistant in the environment.
In this webinar Prof. Nicola Decaro reviews the virus and it’s outcomes, clinical signs and detection of diagnosis, due to disease stages. Available diagnostics tests in the clinical management and treatment recommendations, vaccination role and prevention measures.
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During the webinar about Canine Parvovirus, Prof. Nicola Decaro covered the following topics:
- Diagnostic challenges of CPV – existing protocols and recommendations
- Laboratory techniques for diagnosis: gold reference, pros and cons, infection stages for each method correlated with clinical signs
- Vaccination as the main preventive major
- Vaccination failures – why it happens and if possible to avoid
- Disease’s outcomes and possible treatment – some case studies
Prof. Nicola Decaro
DVM, PhD, Dipl ECVM
Manager of Complete Veterinary Care UK
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