Since atopy is for the life of the cat it is essential to devise a treatment plan that will work both for the owner and the patient.
In veterinary medicine we are fortunate to have methods to determine pets’ allergies intradermal skin testing or serum testing. The real question is, “what to do with that information once I have it?”
To meet client expectations, the veterinary team can establish a diagnostic foundation of wellness services, set up protocols for early disease detection, maintain standards of care with chronic disease management, and provide real-time results during consultations. An in-house lab can elevate patient care in this respect and, therefore, provide fast relief to the patient.
This article looks at screening for equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (EOTRH), a recently recognized equine disease in the United States and Europe, and how it can help increase revenue streams for equine veterinarians.