In this online course, veterinary staff will identify and understand the presenting signs and risk factors associated with canine pancreatitis, differentiate between acute and chronic pancreatitis, recognize the benefits and limitations of the current diagnostic options and discuss common treatment options.
This course is designed to give you a general overview of the most common canine and feline heart diseases and their effect on the cardiovascular system.
This three-part course will help veterinary professionals gain the basic knowledge they need to understand and interpret small-animal haematology results, including using an automated haematology analyser and performing a confirmatory blood film.
The lithium heparin whole blood separator provides the benefit of plasma, which can be recovered after its use in the Catalyst Dx® Chemistry Analyser and used for your additional testing needs. If more blood is left in the patient syringe after dispensing the required volume of 0.6–0.8 cc into the separator, the remaining sample can be dispensed into any sample tube as long as the required fill volume is adequate.
This online course provides detailed instructions for using the SNAPshot Dx® Analyzer. We'll begin with an overview of the analyzer components, available tests and medical terminology. Next, we'll cover sample preparation and storage, running a sample through the analyzer and viewing and capturing results on one patient report. We'll even show you the proper T4 dilution techniques. Leverage this online training to get the most out of your new SNAPshot DX Analyzer.
This course covers the complete urinalysis, which comprises three examinations: physical examination, chemical examination and urine sediment microscopic examination.