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Detects DEA 1 blood group (DEA 1.1 & DEA 1.2) in dogs, A & B blood groups in cats.

 

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- Easy to use

- Clean

- Archivable

- 100% specificity

 

Following the example of human surgical and medical progress, achieved thanks to transfusion, progress in veterinary surgery and medicine is going to be achieved thanks to an effective and reliable Quick Test.

 

Determining blood types represents an essential process in order to ensure animals benefit from transfusion support. Nowadays, a dog or a cat has a significant probability of being transfused once or more in their lifetime. Basic blood typing is essential to perform these first and subsequent transfusions as safely as possible.

 

That’s why Alvedia has focused research on a better knowledge of blood typing in dogs and cats. We are now proud to enable the veterinary community to benefit from its latest project by putting at their disposal typing systems based on an innovative Immuno-Chromatography membrane. These systems have been trialled and are now used by veterinary universities and veterinary professionals wordwide.

 

Importance of blood typing

 

Transfusion has taken an increasingly important role in the life support of canine and feline patients. Thus, the need for quick and accurate blood typing has now been recognized in order to assure safe and efficient transfusion.

 

It is now essential to perform blood typing to save animal lives in case of :

 

- Traumatic shock

- Some infectious diseases

- Surgical procedures

- Hypoproteinemia

- Iron deficiency

- Severe anemia

- Spleen injury

- Acute hemolysis syndrome

- Severe bleeding after diseases and shocks

 

IN DOGS

 

The determination of DEA 1 antigen is strongly recommended before any blood transfusion to avoid a  potent  alloantibody response against this antigen and to avoid acute haemolytic tranfusion reaction.

 

IN CATS

 

The presence of naturally occurring allo antibodies in type A and in type B cats requires that blood typing must be performed prior to blood transfusion to avoid acute haemolytic transfusion reaction, and in breedings to prevent neonatal isoerythrolysis. Blood can be taken directly from the umbilical cord.

 

FOR CANINE & FELINE BLOOD TYPING

The most reliable blood typing test on the market

 

QUICK TEST Procedure

 

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THE QUICK TEST PROCEDURE

Same procedure for feline and canine Quick Test

QUICK TEST Results

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE for Quick Test & Lab Test bt .

 

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