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Laboratory tests are an important diagnostic tool used by veterinarians to evaluate a pet's health and detect underlying health conditions. These tests involve the analysis of various bodily fluids and tissues, such as blood, urine, feces, and biopsies, to assess a pet's overall health and identify any abnormalities.

Laboratory tests offered by Intervet include:

  1. Complete blood count (CBC): This test measures the number and type of cells in the blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. A CBC can help detect anemia, infections, and other blood disorders.

  2. Blood chemistry panel: This test evaluates the function of various organs, such as the liver, kidneys, and pancreas, by measuring the levels of different chemicals and enzymes in the blood.

  3. Urinalysis: This test evaluates the composition of the urine, including the presence of proteins, glucose, and other substances. A urinalysis can help detect urinary tract infections, kidney disease, and other urinary disorders.

  4. Fecal analysis: This test evaluates the composition of the feces, including the presence of parasites, bacteria, and other substances. A fecal analysis can help detect intestinal infections, parasites, and other digestive disorders.

  5. Biopsies: This test involves the collection of a tissue sample, which is then analyzed under a microscope to evaluate the presence of abnormal cells or other changes.

Laboratory tests can provide valuable insights into your pet's health and help identify potential health problems before they become more serious. If you have any questions about laboratory tests or would like to schedule an appointment for your pet, contact us.



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