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Animals: Equine (Horse) Test Kit

31 Vials.

Animals: Equine (Horse) Test Kit

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  • Detailed Description

    31 Vials

    Code

    Name

    Type

    Comments

    AE 01

    Kidney

    Healthy Tissue

     

    AE 02

    Testicle

    Healthy Tissue

     

    AE 03

    Uterus

    Healthy Tissue

     

    AE 04

    Equine Melanoma

    Tumour

    The third most common type of skin cancer in horses.

    AE 05

    Equine Sarcoid

    Tumour

    The most common skin tumour in horses and ponies and, although they may look like warts, they are locally destructive and are therefore considered by many vets as a form of skin cancer.

    AE 06

    Equine Herpes

    Nosode

    Highly contagious.

    AE 07

    Equine Toxoplasma

    Nosode

    Usually occurs without symptoms.

    AE 08

    Glanders/Farcy

    Nosode

    Caused by infection with the bacterium Burkholderia mallei; symptoms include nodular lesions in the lungs and ulceration of the mucous membranes in the upper respiratory tract. The acute form results in coughing, fever, and the release of an infectious nasal discharge, followed by septicaemia and death within days. In the chronic form, nasal and subcutaneous nodules develop, eventually ulcerating. Death can occur within months, while survivors act as carriers.

    AE 09

    Grease / Dermatitis Verrucosa /  Seborrheic Dermatitis /  Mud Fever

    Nosode

    Dermatitis of the heel that occurs in spring and autumn.

    AE 10

    Equine Streptococcus

    Bacteria

    Causes Strangles, upper respiratory tract inflammation, a muco-purulent nasal discharge, and inflammation of the regional lymph nodes, followed by abscesses; highly contagious, and horses can be carriers and shed the infection, although they themselves may show no outward clinical signs.

    AE 11

    Equine Herpesvirus 1

    Virus

    Causes rhino-pneumonitis; the most important viral cause of respiratory infection in foals; causes a lifelong latent infection in affected animals.

    AE 12

    Equine Herpesvirus 4

    Virus

    Causes rhino-pneumonitis; the most important viral cause of respiratory infection in foals; causes a lifelong latent infection in affected animals.

    AE 13

    Equine Papilloma Virus

    Virus

    Causes warts.

    AE 14

    Equine Ehrliche Risticii Vaccination

    Vaccination

    Vaccine against Potomac Horse Fever.

    AE 15

    Equine Encephalo-Myelitis & Tetanus Vaccination

    Vaccination

    Equine Encephalomyelitis (Eastern, Western, Venezuelan) & Tetanus Vaccine

    AE 16

    Equine Flu & Tetanus Vaccination

    Vaccination

    ProteqFlu

    AE 17

    Equine Influenza (A1/A2) Vaccinaion

    Vaccination

    Vaccine made from killed A1 and A2 strains of the equine influenza virus

    AE 18

    Equine Rhino-Pneumonitis Vaccination

    Vaccination

    Made from killed strains of type 1 and type 4 viruses.

    AE 19

    West Nile Equine Vaccination

    Vaccination

     

    AE 20

    Anoplocephala Magna

    Parasite

    Tapeworm; in light infections, no signs of disease are present; in heavy infections, GI disturbances may be seen. Failure to thrive and anaemia may also occur.

    AE 21

    Anoplocephala Perfoliata

    Parasite

    Tapeworm;  In light infections, no signs of disease are present; in heavy infections, GI disturbances may be seen. Failure to thrive and anaemia may also occur.

    AE 22

    Cyathostome Spp.

    Parasite

    May cause  lethargy, sudden weight loss, debilitation, and diarrhoea.

    AE 23

    Draschia Spp.

    Parasite

    Produces tumour-like enlargements filled with necrotic material and a large number of worms; the enlargements are covered by intact epithelium, except for a small opening through which the eggs pass. Rarely, these nodules rupture and cause fatal peritonitis.

    AE 24

    Habronema Spp.

    Parasite

    Produces tumour-like enlargements filled with necrotic material and a large number of worms; the enlargements are covered by intact epithelium, except for a small opening through which the eggs pass. Rarely, these nodules rupture and cause fatal peritonitis.

    AE 25

    Oxyuris Equi

    Parasite

    Chronically infected horses have a very poor appearance and may cause severe irritability and itching. Severe cases can lead to nervousness and anorexia. Rubbing and scratching at the perianal region cause irritation, dull hair coat, and loss of hair.

    AE 26

    Parascaris Equorum

    Parasite

    Horse roundworm, often known as "ascarids"; most common in horses under 6 months. Symptoms include cough, nasal discharge, scarring of internal organs, particularly the lungs and liver, colic, intestinal blockage and even intestinal rupture; feed absorption is often reduced, and other clinical signs may include unthriftiness, potbelly, rough hair coat, and slow growth.

    AE 27

    Strongylus Edentatus

    Parasite

    In mild cases can cause diarrhoea, weakness and anaemia if there is significant blood loss, and abdominal discomfort; in severe cases can show signs of having severe colic, rupture of the intestines, and death.

    AE 28

    Strongylus Equinus

    Parasite

    In mild cases can cause diarrhoea, weakness and anaemia if there is significant blood loss, and abdominal discomfort; in severe cases can show signs of having severe colic, rupture of the intestines, and death.

    AE 29

    Strongylus Vulgaris

    Parasite

    Common parasite; in mild cases can cause diarrhoea, weakness and anaemia if there is significant blood loss, and abdominal discomfort; in severe cases can show signs of having severe colic, rupture of the intestines, and death.

    AE 30

    Trichostrongylus

    Parasite

    Produce a chronic catarrhal gastritis, which may result in weight loss.

    AE 31

    Tridontophorus

    Parasite

    May cause ulceration of the colon.

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