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Healvet 3000 Distemper Kit (10 ct)
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Healvet 3000 Distemper Kit (10 ct)

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Canine Distemper Virus AntigenCDV Ag

Take charge of your breeding program and screen for Distemper (Canine distemper virus antigen (CDV Ag) proactively with the Healvet 3000!


The Healvet canine distemper virus antigen Rapid Quantitative Test is a fluorescence immunoassay used along with Healvet FIA 3000 for quantitative determination of CDV Ag concentration in canine nasopharyngeal secretions or saliva or ocular secretions.
For in vitro diagnostic use only. For professional use only.


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For use with Healvet 3000 Analyzer 


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Why screen for Distemper?

Breeders should screen for Distemper in their dogs for several important reasons:

  • Disease Prevention: Canine Distemper is a highly contagious viral disease that affects dogs of all ages. Testing for Distemper allows breeders to identify infected dogs and take immediate measures to prevent the spread of the disease within their breeding facility. By screening for Distemper, breeders can minimize the risk of outbreaks and protect the overall health and well-being of their dogs
  • Protecting Puppies: Puppies are particularly vulnerable to Distemper, and the infection can be severe and life-threatening. Testing pregnant dogs for Distemper helps ensure they are not carrying the virus, reducing the risk of exposing newborn puppies to the disease. Additionally, testing puppies before they leave the breeding facility provides reassurance to new owners and protects them from unknowingly bringing home a puppy infected with Distemper.
  • Health and Welfare: Responsible breeders prioritize the health and welfare of their dogs. By screening for Distemper, breeders can identify infected individuals early, even before symptoms appear. Early detection enables prompt intervention and appropriate medical care, improving the chances of successful treatment and recovery. Screening for Distemper demonstrates a commitment to the well-being of the animals in their care.
  • Reputation and Trust: Breeders who actively screen for Distemper showcase their dedication to producing healthy puppies and maintaining a responsible breeding program. Demonstrating a proactive approach to disease prevention enhances their reputation within the breeding community and instills trust in potential buyers. Responsible breeders strive to produce puppies free from preventable diseases like Distemper, and screening for it is a crucial step in achieving that goal.

    Regular screening for Distemper is an essential component of a comprehensive health management program for breeding dogs. It helps prevent disease outbreaks, protect vulnerable puppies, ensure the health and welfare of all dogs in the program, and maintain a positive reputation as a responsible breeder.

    If you have any further questions or need assistance with Distemper screening or prevention protocols, feel free to reach out. We're here to support you in promoting the health and well-being of your dogs.

    How to Use:

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    Reference Range:

    Detection range and reference value of canine distemper virus (CDV) Ag:

    1. Detection range: 1-120 ng/mL

    2. Reference:

      • Signification <20 ng/mL: Normal
      • Signification 20-30 ng/mL: Suspected canine distemper virus
      • Signification >30 ng/mL: Contracted canine distemper virus

    Note: Each laboratory should establish a reference range representative of the population being evaluated. Diagnosis should be made in conjunction with other clinical symptoms and tests.

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