Rapid diagnostic test for canine respiratory diseases CDV/CAV/CIV Ag

20,99  gross

It is difficult to distinguish between the symptoms of distemper, adenovirus and canine influenza virus. With the SelfLab CDV/CAV/CIV Ag test you can find out for yourself which disease your dog has contracted.

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Rapid diagnostic test for distemper, adenovirus, canine influenza

SelfLab CDV/CAV/CIV Ag

It can be difficult to distinguish between the symptoms of distemper, adenovirus or canine influenza virus.
With the SelfLab CDV/CAV/CIV Ag test you can find out for yourself which disease your dog has contracted.

Symptoms of distemper:

  • sneezing
  • cough (first dry and then wet)
  • thick purulent discharge from the nose and eyes
  • fever
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • pneumonia and bronchitis may occur

Symptoms of adenovirus:

  • dry, wheezing cough
  • vomiting and choking
  • coughing up white frothy secretions
  • fever
  • nasal discharge
  • in some cases, conjunctivitis

Symptoms of canine influenza:

  • cough
  • greenish discharge from the nose or eyes
  • sneezing
  • high fever
  • drowsiness
  • decreased appetite

Set contains:

  • a pair of single use gloves
  • test pouch with test cassette and pipette inside
  • sterile cotton swab
  • tube with assay buffer
  • instruction of use

How to perform CDV/CAV/CIV Ag test?

1

Take care of your safety!

Put on the gloves.
Every sample may be a potentially contagious material.
2

Use the cotton swab and mix the sample

Using the swab take a sample of feces.
Insert the swab into the assay buffer tube and mix it until it is dissolved.
3

Prepare the cassette

Remove the test cassette from the sealed pouch and place it on the flat surface.
4

Add the sample

Using the pipette take a solution from above the sediment.
Apply 3-4 drops of the prepared solution to the sample well “S”.
5

Wait for the results

Wait 5-10 minutes for the results.
6

Interpretation of the results

Positive result: two colored lines will appear - in the test line zone and control line zone.
Negative result: only one colored line will appear in the control line zone.
Invalid result: the colored line does not appear in the control line zone.
CDV-CAV-CIV results