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A free online class brought to you by Bioguard

Join us for an upcoming lecture by Dr. Indira Putri Negari to learn about Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), a viral disease caused by a feline coronavirus that affects both wild and domestic cats.

Access to the on-demand recording is FREE
Obtain a CERTIFICATE of attendance
Language of instruction is BAHASA Indonesia

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July 17

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7 PM – 8 PM


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Peritonitis Detection Kit, created and produced by Bioguard, has the ability to distinguish between transudate and exudate. If the exudate contains proteins that react positively, it forms an effusion drop that precipitates in the reaction solution. During the test, the formation of precipitated products in the shape of teardrops, mist, or smears can be observed. On the other hand, transudate will dissolve completely in the reaction solution during sedimentation. This kit is a quick, easy, and dependable method to identify or rule out Peritonitis in cats.


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The top three substances that caused toxicosis were over-the-counter medications (such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen), food (including protein bars, xylitol gums, and grapes or raisins), and prescription medications. Marijuana-based substances, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and cocaine were among the other drugs that caused toxicity.

In 2022, the APCC team received calls regarding 278,364 animals from the U.S., which was almost a 5% increase in call volume compared to 2021. They received almost 11% more calls related to potential marijuana ingestion than in the previous year and have seen a nearly 300% increase in calls over the past five years, according to a recent press release by APCC.

A study published in PLoS One in April 2022 surveyed veterinarians in Canada and the U.S. and discovered that out of 251 toxicosis cases, 226 involved dogs. Of these cases, 116 were suspected to be due to edibles consumed by pets when left unattended. The diagnosis of cannabis toxicosis was primarily based on clinical signs, and outpatient monitoring was the most common treatment option.

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