Animal Health Webinars
Discover how the right combination of tests can aid in the accurate detection of paratuberculosis
Are you looking to find the best testing solutions to help farmers and veterinarians successfully detect mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) in ruminant herds? In this free on-demand webinar our presenters share their perspectives on paratuberculosis management, direct and indirect detection options, as well as insights into how detection solutions can be used to better control the disease in ruminant herds. Featured presenters include Petr Kralik, of the Veterinary Research Institute, Czech Republic.
Ruminant abortion: how to improve diagnosis
During this webinar you will learn how to help veterinarians adopt the right diagnostic approach to find infective causes of abortion. The discussion includes details about state-of-the-art diagnostic methods that can help support the correct diagnosis of infectious causes of abortion, a multi-pathogen PCR kit that can help with the diagnosis of these infections, and a Belgian study that shows the benefits of a standardized panel of analysis.
Evolution of BVD programs and their diagnostic methods
In this webinar you will learn about the evolution of BVD programs, from eradication to monitoring, along with information about which diagnostic test methods can be used at each program stage. Additional focus will be placed on diagnostic test methods connected to European BVD programs, insights into how real-time PCR can be integrated into laboratories, and suggestions for optimizing workflows and sample-to-result handling within the lab.
USDA licensure and its importance to diagnostic testing
The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) regulates veterinary biologics available for the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of animal diseases to help ensure they are safe and effective. The APHIS Center for Veterinary Biologics carries out this work, focusing on enforcement of the Virus Serum Toxin Act. This webinar explains the USDA licensure process, and how USDA-licensed kits can benefit labs and veterinarians.
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