Feline Calici Virus (FCAV) is an oral and upper respiratory infectious disease. It is common among feline with a high incidence rate and low mortality rate. However, it is deadly to kittens younger than 84 days. FCAV antibody level indicates the possibility of infection by pathogens and the defense ability.
When to test antibody?
1: Before and after first vaccination: avoid interference of the high maternal antibody and leads to failed vaccination
2: Before and after supplementary vaccination: whether to proceed with extra vaccination and ensure effective immunity
3: During treatment: depending on the virus concentration and antibody level, the veterinary can assess the severity, treatment, and prognosis of the disease.
4: body checkups: monitoring the immunity, lowering the incidence
5: Perioperative: evaluate the risks
Standard: 10 pieces/boxStorage: cold storage 2-8âTimeï¼10 minSample: plasma