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Studies and Analysis for a timely diagnosis.
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What laboratory studies might a Veterinary Doctor require?
When we take our pets for a check-up, sometimes laboratory studies may be required to corroborate or rule out a diagnosis.
Within clinical laboratory studies, these are the most common. We share with you what they are about.
Complete blood count
This study helps us to count and analyze the different types of blood cells.
This test allows evaluating the functioning and structure of different organs through the measurement of different analytes found in the blood. In addition, it allows confirming or ruling out the different diagnoses, as well as evaluating the response to the implemented treatments.
For the detection of canine distemper (canine distemper), canine parvovirus, feline leukemia/AIDS, feline coronavirus, feline panleukopenia, among others.
It consists of obtaining a sample of skin cells from patients so that it can be analyzed and detect the presence of disease-causing microorganisms, such as mites, dermatophytes, bacteria, among others.
It is the analysis of fluids and secretions of the body by studying the cells that make up a sample under a microscope, the presence of signs of inflammation, infection, bleeding or neoplasms can be detected.
Microscopic analysis: The presence of cells and crystals of different chemical compositions that over time can cause different problems in the health of patients is analyzed.
It is divided into 2 different sections:
Physical analysis: Helps determine that physical characteristics (appearance, color, odor) are normal.
Chemical analysis: In this section, the existence of biochemical and cellular compounds is evaluated.
We know how important the well-being and happiness of your pet is to you, that’s why we work every day to provide the best service.
Take into account all the indications and requirements to obtain optimal results in your pet’s studies.
In the case of some studies, owners are asked to follow a series of instructions for the care of their pets after their visit to the hospital.
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