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- A thorough patient history and physical examination can overlook diseases that are subtle or subclinical. A minimum database can diagnose these conditions earlier and enable timely management of common diseases, such as diabetes, kidney disease and parasitism.
- Every animal is unique, so it is important to know what normal is for each patient.
- Trending results allows earlier diagnosis and intervention. Earlier detection and treatment results in better outcomes, improved quality of life and lower treatment costs.
Explore the Minimum Database
Breaking down the Minimum DataBase
Alan Rebar DVM PhD describes the clinical diagnostic value of these panels as well as factors that must be considered when interpreting results.
Dr. Alan Rebar on Haematology
Dr. Alan Rebar on Biochemistry
Dr. Alan Rebar on Urinalysis
The Minimum DataBase put into practice
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- Patient details, reason for presenting in practice, anamnesis and physical examination.
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