Cattle

Fassisi BoDia


  • Easy on-site usage; results available within only a few minutes
  • Direct detection of antigens in faeces
  • Simultaneous identification of four infectious pathogens for the detection of single and mixed infections
  • Easy-to-handle sample tube for hygienic sample taking and testing
  • All items required are included in the test kit
  • Stored at room temperature
  • Long shelf life

 


Fassisi BoDia can be used as a diagnostic, prognostic or monitoring tool in herds:

  • The early and definitive identification of diarrhoeal pathogens can reduce economic losses and the use of antibiotics.
  • Fassisi BoDia can be used both as a detection tool and an exclusion diagnostics tool for the four diarrhoeal pathogens.
  • Systematic fodder and hygiene management is crucial for identifying problem areas and major risk factors affecting livestock. Good hygiene management and early detection of possible diarrhoeal pathogens reduce outbreaks of disease in calves.
  • Fassisi BoDia is also suitable for use as a rapid and inexpensive on-site screening tool.

 

For easy, hygienic and simultaneous on-site detection of the Rotavirus, Coronavirus, E. coli K99 and Cryptosporidium in calf faeces.

 

Fassisi BoDia is a rapid test for in-vitro diagnosis of antigens which are specific to the major causative agents of calf diarrhea (neonatal calf diarrhoea). Calf diarrhoea is a common disorder that occurs during the first weeks of life. This can lead to growth retardation in calves and corresponding economic losses. Diarrhoea is a cardinal symptom that can have many different causes. It is important to distinguish between non-infectious factors caused, for example, by feeding errors or lack of stable hygiene, and infectious factors. Among the main pathogens causing calf diarrhoea are the Rotavirus, Coronavirus, Cryptosporidium parvum and E. coli K99. The pathogens occur both as single infections and mixed infections leading to severe courses of disease. Solely on the basis of clinical symptoms, it is virtually impossible to identify the diarrheal pathogens involved.
 
With the help of Fassisi BoDia, both single infections and mixed infections can be reliably diagnosed.

Brief instructions on how to use Fassisi BoDia:

Further information:

Further information about the detected pathogens and sources can be found here.