How is canine parvovirus (CPV) detected and diagnosed?

Parvovirus is a single-stranded DNA virus. It has a relatively high infection rate in puppies. If the puppies are infected with parvovirus, the puppies will be as high as 80%, and the parvovirus has a very strong transmission rate. The minor diseases are mainly enteritis-type parvovirus and enteritis-type parvovirus.

Dogs infected with parvovirus can be clinically divided into enteritis type and post-inflammatory type.
The natural incubation period of enteritis parvovirus is 44 days. The psychiatric symptoms of parvovirus 1 are similar to those mimicked by dogs. It will show closeness, depression, and vomiting. The dog's body temperature rapidly rises above 40°C. Early vomit is mostly food and mucus. In the future, there will be a serious situation. The dog will start to appear, and it is only thin at first. If it is not treated, bloody nose and stool will start to appear, even accompanied by a stingy smell.
Under normal circumstances, the natural inflammatory parvovirus has a relatively long incubation period, so the shit scavengers will find abnormalities and treat them in time! Therefore, when a dog has symptoms in need, go to a doctor in time, through the nasopharynx, bacteria, intestines, intestinal texture, etc., the BI canine parvovirus (CPV) test kit can accurately determine whether it is infected by parvovirus.
The newly-added inflammatory virus type virus has aura symptoms in a 40-year-old canine dog, which is not difficult. There is obvious breathing, weakness, and younger age; some dogs die after observing significant vision.
Nowadays, there is no special medicine for the parvovirus, it can only help the dog to maintain its physiological function, and finally can only rely on the dog's own resistance to defeat the virus.


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