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A free online class brought to you by Bioguard

To discuss the strategies for diagnosing FIP disease

Mark your calendars for this upcoming webinar!
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The language of instruction is TURKISH

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Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a viral disease that affects domestic and wild cats worldwide. The webinar will provide valuable information on how to recognize the symptoms of FIP, the various diagnostic tests available, and the treatment options. It is a great opportunity for cat owners, veterinarians, and anyone interested in learning more about FIP to gain knowledge from the experts in the field.


Dr. Mehmet Fatih Bozkurt obtained his undergraduate and doctoral degrees from the veterinary faculty of Ankara University, Turkey. In a short period of time, he established one of the best veterinary pathology laboratories in Turkey at Afyon Kocatepe University. He works with more than 200 animal hospitals and veterinary clinics in Turkey as a Veterinary Pathologist. Additionally, he provides professional training and scientific seminars on diagnostic techniques and his research work. He was responsible for toxicopathological examinations during the preclinical stages of the largest COVID-19 vaccine studies in Turkey. His interests include coronavirus infections in animals, feline infectious peritonitis, neoplastic diseases of cats and dogs, infectious diseases of the dog and cat, veterinary clinical pathology, immunohistochemistry, and cytological studies. He is fluent in English and Spanish.

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May. 1

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9 PM – 10 PM


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Canine Babesiosis in Western Europe regions:

Canine babesiosis is a disease caused by parasites that affect dogs, and its incidence varies from one country to another depending on the distribution of the parasite species and their vectors.

In order to evaluate the occurrence of this disease in European veterinary clinics and create an updated map of its distribution in Western Europe, a study was conducted. The study involved sending questionnaires to veterinary clinics in Spain, France, Benelux, Germany, and Austria, inquiring about the number of babesiosis cases diagnosed in 2010, the number of practitioners in the clinic, and the clinic's location.

The data collected was used to calculate the annual incidence of canine babesiosis by dividing the total number of reported cases by the total number of dogs in the veterinary practices involved in the study. Georeferenced data was used to construct a distribution map.

The following figure shows the geographical distribution of the incidence of canine babesiosis among the general dog population in Western European regions in 2010. The initials of the countries are as follows: Spain (S), France (F), Belgium (B), Luxembourg (L), the Netherlands (N), Germany (G), and Austria (A). The color gradient, ranging from grey to red, indicates an increasing incidence. Score tests were conducted to compare the regional incidence and the Western European incidence. A white circle indicates that the regional incidence was significantly lower than the Western European incidence, while a star indicates that the regional incidence was significantly higher. A cross indicates that no score test was applicable.

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The overall annual incidence of clinical babesiosis among the investigated dog population was found to be 0.7%, with significant variations amongst countries and regions. The study identified three epidemiological situations:

         (i)  Spain, where there is co-existence of several species of piroplasms and patchy distribution of

       (ii)   France, where there is overall presence of babesiosis due to Babesia canis and local

       (iii) Benelux, Germany, and Austria, where there is overall low prevalence of the disease
               associated with localised description related either to imported cases or to small
               autochthonous foci of B. canis infection.

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