The Fassisi BoDia is an immunochromatographic rapid test that checks faeces of calves simultaneously for the four diarrhoea pathogens Rotavirus, Coronavirus, E. coli K99 and Cryptospridia so that mixed infections in particular can be detected easily. Within a few minutes, the test provides an overview of the current pathogen situation in the stock. This enables the early detection of diseased animals and the initiation of an effective therapy.
The test can be stored between 2 and 30 degrees.
The Fassisi Bodia rapid test is not only a reliable method to identify the pathogen of calf diarrhoea. Used as a prognostic and control tool, the test can also show the necessity of preventive vaccinations of the mother animals.