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CONTINUING SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION IN VETERINARY MEDICINE

Friday, 25 November 2022

Use of urinalysis during baseline diagnostics in dogs and cats

  • Participants performed urinalyses much less frequently than blood work during a routine examination
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dog urine sampleThe aim of this study was to describe how veterinarians utilise and perform urinalyses for dogs and cats.

A survey, developed and distributed through the Veterinary Information Network, enlisted veterinarians who perform urinalyses for dogs and cats. Participants were directed to question banks based on whether urinalyses were performed in-house, by an outside diagnostic laboratory, or using an in-house automated instrument. Participants using multiple methods were directed to questions that related to the chosen methods.

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Antonio Maria Tardo Med Vet PhD Student

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