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When it comes to caring for your patients, you know accurate test results are just the beginning. That’s why only IDEXX Reference Laboratories delivers more

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Laboratory Featured Tests

Next generation veterinary diagnostics

IDEXX SDMA

IDEXX SDMA™ is a new test to help evaluate kidney function. It increases earlier than creatinine in some animals with chronic kidney disease. Unlike creatinine, SDMA is not impacted by lean body mass.

IDEXX SDMA

Cardiopet® proBNP

With the Cardiopet® proBNP Test, a simple blood draw is all you need for quantitative analysis of your feline and canine patients’ cardiac health.

Cardiopet® proBNP

RealPCR

The IDEXX Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory now offers real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing. Exceptionally accurate and surprisingly affordable, PCR can now be part of your routine test menu.

RealPCR


Spec fPL®

The Spec fPL® test detects the level of pancreatic lipase in your patient’s blood and provides information about the cat’s pancreatic health. You’ll be able to make diagnostic and treatment recommendations with greater confidence.

Spec cPL®

The Spec cPL® test helps you quickly confirm or rule out canine pancreatitis for a better understanding of patient health.

PetChek IP

The new IDEXX PetChek IP is an innovative, antigen-based faecal test that identifies intestinal parasite infections earlier and more accurately.

PetChek IP

Wellness Screens

Your complete source for veterinary Wellness Testing

Early detection and prevention are the most important reasons why you should screen every pet, every year—especially where statistics show 10% of “normal” pets in annual checkups have underlying diseases or abnormalities.1

A screen for every patient:

Test Code Name and Contents
PASN/I Pre-anaesthetic Screen
Comprehensive Haematology, Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, A:G Ratio, Urea, Creatinine, ALT, ALP, Total Bilirubin, Glucose
WELN/I General Health Screen
Comprehensive Haematology, Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, A:G Ratio, Urea, Creatinine, ALT, ALP, GGT, Calcium, Inorganic Phosphorus, Cholesterol, Glucose, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Total T4
CARDN/I Cardiac Screen
CARFN/I Comprehensive Haematology, Chem 17 CLIP (minus Calcium, Phosphorus and Lipase), Lyte 4 CLIP, Cardiopet® proBNP

Expand your screen by selecting from the "Add On" tests

Test Name Test Code
Coagulation Profile ACOA
Total T4 AT4C / AT4F
Bile Acid Stimulation Test ABAS
Cardiopet® proBNP ABNP / ABNF
Fructosamine AFRU
Urine Chemistry, Microscopy & Culture AUCE
FeLV and FIV AFF

Early detection and prevention are the most important reasons why you should screen every pet, every year—especially where statistics show 10% of “normal” pets in annual checkups have underlying diseases or abnormalities.1

Reference:

  1. Rehm M. Seeing double. Vet Econ. 2007;48(10):40–48.

Canine Protocols
Dynamic test protocols for your canine patients

For the diagnosis of Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s Disease) and Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s) Disease

For the diagnosis of Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s disease)

To evaluate hepatic function

This test is used to detect ovarian tissue in spayed bitches not showing signs of oestrus

Test protocol to confirm the presence of functioning ovarian tissue in bitches showing signs of oestrus

An aid to the diagnosis of cryptorchidism in dogs

To evaluate atypical or subclinical hyperadrenocorticism or Alopecia X in dogs

Feline Protocols
Dynamic test protocols for your feline patients

Diagnostic test for feline hyperadrenocorticism

A diagnostic test for hyperadrenocorticism

Test protocol to confirm the presence of functioning ovarian tissue in queens not showing signs of oestrus at the time of sampling

Test protocol to confirm the presence of functioning ovarian tissue in queens showing signs of oestrus No baseline sample is required for this test

An aid to the diagnosis of cryptorchidism in cats

Sample collection and submission guidelines
  • Ensure the samples have clotted and centrifuge 30–120 minutes after collection.
  • Separate serum into plain tubes and label tubes with the patient’s name and time of sample.
  • Submit tubes containing separated serum and request form to the laboratory.

Equine Protocols
Dynamic test protocols for your equine patients

Dexamethasone Supression Test

A diagnostic test for hyperadrenocorticism

To differentiate between crytorchid animals and false rigs