Young animals

Fassisi PiDia light

Fassisi PiDia light
Fassisi PiDia light

The cost-effective rapid test for piglet diarrhea


For the easy, hygienic and parallel on-site detection of Rotavirus and Clostridium perfringens in feces of piglets.


Diarrhoeal diseases pose a major problem  in piglet rearing, it comes both to economic losses through the  increased use of medication, as well as losses due to reduced weight gains of the animals during the fattening period (stunted growth). The increased use of medication always involves the risk of emergence of resistant germs.

Diarrhea is a symptom, the causes may be many. It must be distinguished between non-infectious factors e.g. due to food changes, lack of stable hygiene, stress factors, such as overcrowding, Vaccination management of the sows, colostrum quality and supply, and infectious factors by specific diarrheal pathogens or new animals in a herd which are subclinical carrier.


One of the main causative agents of piglet diarrhea include rotavirus, and Clostridium perfringens. Cryptosporidium parvum is also pathogenic for the pig, especially in relation with a secondary infection.. There are both single and mixed infections with varying severity degrees of the course of illness.


Solely on the basis of clinical symptoms it is hardly possible to exactly distinction the present diarrheal pathogens.


Benefits of the Fassisi PiDia light:

  • Easy on-site usage; Results available within a few minutes with
  • Direct antigen detection in feces
  • As pretest for the parallel identification of two infectious pathogens for the detection of single and mixed infections
  • Easy to handle sample tube for hygienic sample taking and testing
  • All necessary components to perform the test are included in the test kit
  • Storage at room temperature
  • Long shelf life


For use as diagnostic, prognostic and especially as monitoring tool in pig herds, an additional detection of Cryptosporidium, e.g. with the Fassisi PiDia is recommended, because this pathogen often occurs as a secondary infection.

Short instruction of the Fassisi PiDia light:

Further information:

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