Cat 'flu and new highly pathogenic strains of FCV and vaccines

In this veterinary video presentation Professor of Feline Medicine Danièlle Gunn-Moore - University of Edinburgh - United Kingdom discusses Cat 'flu and new highly pathogenic strains of FCV and vaccines.You will learn: To recognise the clinical signs of cat ‘flu and to realises that while feline calicivirus (FCV) and feline herpes virus (FHV-1) are the most common causes many other infectious agents can also be involved, some of which are potentially zoonotic.To know the most effective ways of diagnosing and treating cat ‘flu.To recognise what virulent systemic FCV (VS-FCV) looks like, to understand how serious it is for both the infected cat and the veterinary practice, and how you might try to treat a case. And also to understand the role that maternally derived immunity plays in determining the efficacy of vaccination and to realise that different infectious agents may respond differently to killed verses modified live vaccines.

 

Mycobacterial and pox infections in cats

Did you know that mycobacterial and (cow)pox infections are much more common in cats than most people realise? If you would like to learn how to recognise and treat feline mycobacterial infections, watch this video presented by Professor of Feline Medicine Danièlle Gunn-Moore (University of Edinburgh).