Feline Parvovirus (FPV)
The innovative technology of quantitative immunofluorescence lateral flow helps to quantify the number of pathogens. It is at least 100 times more sensitive than colloidal gold. Sensitiveness and specificness can reach up to 98.8% and 99.9%. It can detect a low concentration of FPV at the early stage to minimize leaks and increase the recovery rate.
Take an anal swab to collect the shedding of anorectal epithelial cells.
10 min rapid test
Show results to pet owners
Feline Parvo Virus (FPV) leads to leukopenia is one of the major feline infectious diseases. High fever, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration and decreasing white blood cells are the typical clinical symptoms. It is highly infectious with short courses and rapid deterioration, which leads to a high mortality rate. The mortality rate reaches 90% among kittens. There is no cure so far.
Effectively evaluate the level of infection
Scientific prognosis and treatment