Date: 7th June 2022
Time: from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Audience: Companion segment: Veterinarians and Nurses
Price: AED 0
Prof. Nicola Decaro
DVM, PhD, Full Professor of Infectious Diseases of Animals
EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Microbiology
Member of European College of Veterinary Microbiology
Born in Bari (Italy) on November 11, 1973. Graduated in Veterinary Medicine, marks 110/110 (top grades cum laude). Doctorate fellowship in Infectious pathologies of carnivores (2004). Assistant (2002-2004), Associate (2005-2016) and Full (from 2016) Professor of Infectious Diseases of Animals (SSD VET/05), Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bari, Italy. Visiting Scientist at the Virology Divisions of the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine of Zurich (2003), Giessen (2004), Utrecht (2005), and at the National Animal Disease Center, USDA, Aimes, IA (2013). PhD degree, Utrecht University, The Netherlands (2009). Director of the Specialization School of Infectious Diseases of Animals (2008-2014). Coordinator of the PhD course "Animal Helath and Zoonoses", University of Bari (from 2016). Member of the executive boards of the European College of Veterinary Microbiology (ECVM, treasurer), of the Italian Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (SIDiLV, secretary), and of the Italian Association of Veterinary Infectivologists (ANIV). President of ANIV (from 2018). Associate Editor of Journal of Virological Methods (from 2014). Member of the editorial boards of international journals. Author/coauthor of 350 scientific manuscripts (203 on peer-reviewed international journals).
In this webinar, Prof. Nicola Decaro will cover the virus and its 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 and much more!
Canine parvovirus is an extremely contagious disease that affects all dogs but particularly unvaccinated dogs and puppies younger than four months old. That is why diagnosis is so critical!
Did you know that:
- CPV2 is a highly contagious, fast progressive and life-threatening enteric disease which primarily affects unvaccinated or partly vaccinated puppies under the age of 6 months.
- The virus has an affinity for rapidly dividing cells causing bone marrow and enteric damage resulting in panleukopenia and bloody diarrhea.
- An accurate diagnostic tool is critical for taking early appropriate measures such as adjusting the optimal treatment, preventing viral spread and determining prognosis
- A tentative diagnosis of CPV2 infection is based on anamnesis which includes exposure to contamination, vaccination history, clinical signs, and supportive blood tests.
- A definitive diagnosis requires a sensitive and specific test.
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