DA2PCPV Bb Lepto Lyme corona giardia

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  1. What does DA2PCPV Bb Lepto Lyme corona giardia stand for?
    Distemper andeno virus 1&2 panleukopenia canine parvo virus bordetella leptospirosis lyme disease corana virus and giardiasis virus
  2. Main points on Distemper Virus
    higly contagious

    invades the tissues of the nervous system

    causes problems in many body parts

    similar to human measles virus

    young and old dogs are more suseptable as well as dogs with compromised immune systems

    incubation time 10 days
  3. what part of the body does distemper affect?
    nervous system tissue and many body parts
  4. what is the incubation time for distemper?
    10 days
  5. who is more suseptable to getting canine distemper virus?
    older dogs

    puppys

    dogs with lower immune systems
  6. what are the roots of transmission for distemper?
    • aerosol
    • feces-blood urine (bodily secretions)
    • fomites
  7. what are the clinical signs of distemper?
    • mild respiratory problems
    • nasal and ocular discharge
    • d/v
    • seizures
    • pyrexia
    • anorexia
    • depression 6-9 days past exposure
  8. how do you dx distemper?
    • top 3 
    • blood test
    • cbc to find wbc
  9. what is the treatment for distemper?
    • there is no cure
    • symptomatic care
    • i.v fluids
    • isolation
  10. what is the vaccine protocol for distemper?
    • core vaccine 
    • 8-12-16 
    • annual
    • subq
  11. main facts of adeno virus 1
    canine hepatitus virus

    affects liver, kidneys, lymph nodes, eyes, spleen and lungs

    7 day incubation period

    related to A2

    may go un-noticed
  12. what organs does Adeno virus 1 affect?
    liver kidneys, eyes, lymph nodes, splee, and lungs
  13. what is the incubation period for adeno virus 1?
    7 days
  14. What are the roots of transmissions for adeno virus 1?
    • bodily secretions
    • bodily fluids
    • urine for up to 6-9 months after infection
  15. how long does the urine of an infected adeno virus 1 dog stay infecitous?
    6-9 months
  16. what are the clinical signs of adeno virus 1?
    • bluish colour to the eyes
    • pyrexia
    • anorexia
    • enlarged lymphnodes
    • vomiting
    • diarrhea
  17. how do you dx adeno virus1?
    • top 3
    • blood tests
  18. what is the treatment of adeno virus 1?
    • isolation
    • i.v and subq fluids
    • antibiotics
    • symptomatic care
  19. what is the vx protocol for adeno virus1?
    • core vaccine
    • 8-12-16
    • annual
    • subq
  20. main facts of adeno virus 2?
    urti

    highly contagious

    runs course in 1-3 weeks

    incubation period 5-7 days

    one of the viral conponents of KCC
  21. what does KCC stand for?
    kennel cough complex
  22. what is the incubation period for adeno virus2?
    5-7 days
  23. how long does it take for adeno virus 2 to run its course?
    1-3 weeks
  24. name the viral conponants of KCC?
    adeno virus 2

    panleukopenia
  25. what are the roots of transmission for adeno virus2?
    • aerosol/airborne
    • swallowing 
    • inhalation
    • fomites
  26. what are the clinical signs of adeno virus2?
    • bronchitus
    • pneumonia
    • dry hacking cough
    • retching
    • swollen lymph nodes
    • lethargy
  27. how do you dx adeno virus2?
    • top 3
    • radiographs
    • blood work
  28. what is the treatment of adeno virus2?
    • symptomatic care
    • antibiotics
    • isolation
    • keep dog warm
    • cough suppresions
  29. what is the vaccine protocol for adeno virus 2?
    • core vaccine
    • 8-12-16
    • annual 
    • subq
  30. some main facts on panleukopenia
    similar to urti

    highly contagious

    one of viral conponents of KCC

    virus runs course in 1-3 weeks

    incubation period 5-7 days
  31. how long does it take panleukopenia to run its course?
    1-3 weeks
  32. what is the incubation period for panleukopenia?
    5-7 days
  33. what are the roots of transmission for panleukopenia?
    • airborne
    • aerosol
    • fomites
    • swalowing
    • inhalation
  34. what part of the body does panleukopenia affect?
    upper respiratory tract
  35. what are the clinical signs of panleukopenia?
    • bronchitis
    • dry hacking cough
    • retching
    • swollen lymphnodes
  36. how do you dx panleukopenia?
    • top 3
    • radiographs
    • bloodwork may be useful
  37. what is the treatment of panleukopenia?
    • symptomatic
    • antibiotics
    • isolation
    • s.q and i.v fluids
  38. what is the vaccine protocol for panleukopenia?
    • core vaccine 
    • 8-12-16
    • annual 
    • subq
  39. what does CPV stand for?
    canine parvo virus
  40. main points of canine parvo virus?
    extremly hearty 

    similar to panleukopenia

    incubation time is 5 days

    affect intestinal tract

    two types: enteric and myocarditis
  41. what are the roots of transmissions for canine parvo virus?
    feces and fomites
  42. what are the clinical signs of canine parvo virus?
    • vomiting
    • and projectile bloody nature diarrhea
    • putrid odour of diarrhea
    • dehydration
    • weight loss
  43. how do you dx canine parvo virus?
    • top 3
    • in house fecal test
    • blood/feces test
  44. how do you treat canine parvo virus?
    • i.v therepy 
    • broad spectrum antibiotics
    • isolation
    • antiemetics and anti diarrheas
  45. whats the vaccine protocol for canine parvo virus?
    • core vaccine
    • 8-12-16
    • annual
    • sub q
  46. main facts on bordetella
    bacterial based infection

    bacterial conponent of the KCC

    incubation time 5-7 days

    can be shed for up to 2 months

    spread in breeders kennels
  47. what is the bacterial conponent of the KCC?
    Bb bordetella
  48. what are the roots of transmission for Bordetella?
    • airborne
    • aerosol
    • fomites
    • swallowing/ inhallation
  49. what are the clinical signs of bordetella?
    • swollen lymphnodes
    • dry hacking cough
    • harsh cough
    • retching
    • lethargy
  50. how do you dx bordetella?
    • top 3
    • tracheal palpation (pressure on the trachea causing a repsonsive cough)
  51. how do you treat bordetella?
    • symptomatic care
    • isolation
    • hydration
    • antibiotics (due to it being a bacterial based infection)
    • cough supressents
  52. what is the vaccine protocol for bordetella?
    • non core lifestyle vaccine
    • sub q
    • given 2 boosters
    • at 6 months for high risk
    • 8-12 weeks
    • give atleast 1 week before boarding
  53. what is the incubation period for bordetella?
    5-7 days
  54. main points of leptospirosis?
    is a motile spiril shaped for movement

    zoonotic

    acute-patient dies within 1-2 days

    icteric- patient has hepatic damage

    uremic- patient has kidney damage
  55. what does the acute verion of leptospirosis mean?
    patient dies within 1-2 days
  56. what does icteric version of leptospirosis cause in the patient?
    hepatic (liver) damage
  57. what does uremic version of leptospirosis cause in patients?
    kidney damage
  58. what are the roots of transmission for leptospirosis?
    • contaminated urine
    • contaminated water
    • fomites
  59. what are the clinical signs for lepto?
    • anorexia
    • pyrexia
    • depression
    • muscle pain
    • vomiting
    • weight loss
  60. how do you dx lepto?
    • top 3
    • blood and urine tests (will see the actual spiral virus moving)
  61. how do you treat lepto?
    • broad spectrum antibiotics
    • hydration iv fluid therepy
    • symptomatic care
  62. what is the vaccine protocol for lepto?
    • non core lifestyle vaccine
    • 12-16
    • annual
    • subq
    • most at risk- dogs in whistler, north shore, sea to sky, squamish ect
  63. main facts on lyme disease
    caused by bacteria: Borrelia burgdorferi

    zoonotic-ticks
  64. what is the name of the bacteria conponent of lyme disease?
    borrelia burgdorferi
  65. what are the clinical signs of lyme disease?
    • all over body aches 
    • muscle pains
    • arthritis
    • joint pain
    • weight loss
    • dehydration
  66. how do they dx lyme?
    • top 3
    • test
  67. how do they treat lyme?
    several broad spectrum antibiotics
  68. what is the vaccine protocol for lyme disease?
    • non core lifestyle vaccine
    • 12-16
    • coastal regions
    • sub q
  69. what is the full name of Bb?
    bordetella bronchiseptica
  70. main facts of canine corona virus?
    affects absorbtion cells in gastro intestinal tract

    gets confused with parvo

    highly contagious

    incubation period is 1-5 days

    parvo and corona viruses will somtimes occur together

    virus may be shed in feces of healthy dogs
  71. what part of the body does corona virus attack?
    absorbtion cells of the gastro intestinal tract
  72. what is the incubation period for corona virus?
    1-5 days
  73. what two virus's will sometimes act together?
    parvo and corona virus
  74. what two viruses are sometimes confused during dx?
    parvo and corona virus
  75. what are the roots of transmissions of corona virus?
    infected feces
  76. what are the clinical signs of corona virus?
    • depression
    • dehydration
    • anorexia
    • stool with frank blood
  77. how can you dx corona virus?
    • top 3
    • inportant to distinguish between corona and parvo
  78. what is the treatment of corona virus?
    • depends on severity
    • iv fluids
    • hospitilisation depending on levle of dehydration
    • symptomatic care
  79. what is the vaccine protocol for corona virus?
    no vaccine
  80. what are some main facts of giardia?
    caused by protozoan (spiral parasite) Giardia lamblia

    zoonotic

    common name beaver fever
  81. what is giardiasis caused by?
    protozoan giardia lamblia
  82. what are the roots of transmission for giardiasis?
    • contaminated food water
    • feces
  83. what are the clinical signs of giardiasis?
    • dehydration
    • anorexia
    • lethargy
    • weight loss
    • greasy diarrhea pale and may contain blood
  84. how do you dx giardiasis?
    • stool smeer sent to lab
    • fecal smeer in clinic
  85. what is the treatment of giardiasis?
    • metronidazole
    • antiprotosol
    • antiemetic
  86. what is the vaccination schedule for giardiasis?
    no vaccine
  87. where in bc is the highest risk for contamination of lepto?
    north shore, whistler, sea to sky, squamish
  88. what part of the DA2PCPV vaccine is it that some dogs will have a reaction to?
    Leptospirosis
  89. what are the three syndromes associated with leptospirosis?
    • acute
    • icterus
    • hepatic
  90. CPV is similar to what feline vaccine?
    panleukopenia virus
  91. explain what happens to the intestinal tract when a dog is infected with CPV?
    the smooth muscle speeds up causing projectile/bloody diarrhea that is profuse, fluid like and hemorrhagic with putrid odour. causing rapid dehydration, weight los, pyrexia, pale mucous membranes and icterus
  92. what are the two types of parvo virus?
    • myocarditis
    • enteric
  93. what does the abbreviation adeno2 stand for?
    infectious tracheobronchitis or KCC
  94. How far can boredetella bronchiseptica travel in the air?
    50-100 feet
  95. what are the three main factors when deciding to vaccinate or not?
    age, health, lifestyle

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