C-Reactive Protein

Sushant Sadotra The acute phase response (APR) is the early typical systemic response prompted by homeostasis disturbances such as injuries, infection, neoplasia, and other pathologies. Acute phase proteins get released from the liver into the blood after such stimulations. Therefore, elevated levels of such proteins can be used to indicate systemic inflammation. C-reactive protein, also […]

Progesterone, PG (ECB007)

Progesterone, PG (ECB007) Progesterone, PG Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 10-50 ng/mL

Estradiol, E2 (ECB005)

Estradiol, E2 (ECB005) Estradiol, E2 Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 25-65 pg/mL

Cortisol (ECB004)

Cortisol (ECB004) Cortisol Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 0.8-6.0 μg/dL Dogs with hyperadrenocorticism show clinical signs of an increase in appetite, increase in water consumption, and urinating more. Many of these dogs develop a bloated or “pot-bellied” appearance to their abdomen. Hypoadrenocorticism is a deficiency in adrenocortical hormones. Affected dogs may present with lethargy, […]

Free Thyroxine, Free T4 (ECB003)

Free Thyroxine, Free T4 (ECB003) Free Thyroxine, Free T4 Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 0.57-2.93 ng/dL Hypothyroid dogs have low serum concentrations of free T4.

Thyroid-stimulating hormone, TSH (ECB002)

Thyroid-stimulating hormone, TSH (ECB002) Thyroid-stimulating hormone, TSH Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 0.00-0.45 ng/mL Hypothyroid dogs have high serum concentrations of TSH.

Thyroxine, T4 (ECB001)

Thyroxine, T4 (ECB001) Thyroxine, T4 Specimen type Serum Contents Reference range: 0.8-5.0 μg/dL Hypothyroidism is a common condition in dogs that can lead to unexplained weight gain, skin and coat issues, as well as behavioral changes and reduced energy.

Canine endocrine panel (ECS002)

Canine endocrine panel (ECS002) Thyroxine, T4 Thyroid-stimulating hormone TSH + Free Thyroxine Free T4 + Cortisol Specimen type Serum