Canine distemper virus (CDV), canine adenovirus (CAV) and canine influenza virus (CIV) are the causative agents of canine respiratory diseases. They cannot be distinguished by clinical symptoms because of similar symptoms. This product uses immunochromatographic experiments on canine conjunctiva, nasal cavity, saliva and other secretion samples to quickly differentiate and diagnose whether the dog is infected with canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus, or canine influenza virus, thereby providing effective follow-up treatment Judgments based.
- Collect dog’s ocular, nasal or anus secretions with the cotton swab and make the swab wet sufficiently.
- Insert the swab into the provided assay buffer tube. Agitates it to get efficient sample extraction.
- Take out the test device from the foil pouch and place it horizontally.
- Suck the treated sample extraction from the assay buffer tube and place 3 drops into each sample hole “S” of the test device.
- Interpret the result in 5-10 minutes. Result after 10 minutes is considered as invalid.
INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
- Positive (+): The presence of both “C” line and zone “T” line, no matter T line is clear or vague.
- Negative (-): Only clear C band appear. No T band.
- Invalid: No colored band appears in C zone. No matter if T band appears.