Biogal Course | Vaccination & Standard of Care using Titer Test
Biogal Course Mary Marcondes

Vaccination & Standard of Care using titer test online course By Prof. Mary Marcondes

We invite you to join Professor Mary Marcondes as she walks you through all the vaccination protocols and stages every veterinarian needs to know in order to apply titer tests to their patients.

Those who score 80% or higher on the final assessment will receive a CE certification from Biogal.

The webinar will cover the different types of vaccines, classification of core and non-core vaccines, the reasoning behind the use of multiple vaccines in primary vaccination of puppies and kittens related to the blocking effects of maternally-derived antibodies (MDA) against vaccine antigens, revaccination protocols based on the duration of immunity (DOI), and the use of serological testing to assist with decision making regarding vaccination and over-vaccination.

Learning objectives :

  • Understand the concept of core and non-core vaccines
  • Understand the differences between modified life and inactivated (or killed) vaccines and how this affects the vaccination protocol
  • Understand how maternal derived immunity interferes with primary immunization in puppies
  • Understand the importance of a preventive healthcare plan
  • Learn how to use serologic testing in dogs:
  • To determine protective immunity in puppies at 20 weeks and beyond
  • To establish whether the standard 3-year revaccination interval can be further extended
  • To manage infectious disease outbreaks in shelters

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Training program

Vaccination and Titer Tests

As demand for vaccine titers increased, veterinary laboratories and clinics began offering antibody titer panels for dogs and cats. In response, Biogal Galed Labs developed in-clinic antibody tests.

This course will cover vaccination guidelines,  antibody titers measurements,  interpretation and applications in veterinary practices.

Titer Tests Clinical Applications

In this module, we cover immune status, protection, herd immunity, duration of immunity, and vaccination titer assessment in clinical practice.
Certain vaccines provide immunity against disease for up to several years – but not for every animal or in all circumstances. Vaccination schedules should be based on the animal’s age, size, health, and lifestyle.
Each individual animal responds differently to vaccinations, and some lifestyles provide more opportunities for exposure to disease.
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VacciCheck: in-clinic antibody titer test

This presentation gives you an overview of Biogal’s Point of Care Titer Testing Kits. As a veterinarian, you will learn how to use the kit and in which circumstances to recommend titer testing to your client.

Let’s check if you understand all about Titer Testing and VacciCheck

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