Minimum DataBase: Complete Blood Count

Complete Blood Count

A Complete Blood Count is a highly sensitive test for identification of deviation from health. 

The Complete Blood Count is a highly objective test for characterization of progression or regression of a disease. It helps to monitor the impact of the treatment of a defined disease process—"Is my treatment working?"

The Minimum DataBase put into practice

One-year-old Collie Cross

Leishmania case study

  • Name: Bella
  • Age: 1 year
  • Breed: Collie cross
  • Gender: Female entire
     

See Bella's case study

minimum database with additional tests CRP, leishmania and SNAP 4Dx

Individualise patient care

As every patient is different, you may want to build on the Minimum DataBase to individualise your patient care.

For example, in Bella’s case, CRP, Leishmania serology and PCR and SNAP 4Dx were added to her Minimum DataBase in light of her in clinical signs (pyrexia with joint effusions) and travel history.

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View in-depth haematology results

Benefit from a more complete diagnostic workup with the ProCyte Dx Haematology Analyser.

minimum database webinar
Explore the Complete Blood Count

In this course, learn more about the complete blood count and why it is an integral part of the Minimum DataBase.

IDEXX VetConnect PLUS

Use VetConnect PLUS to help interpret your haematology results.

Explore the Minimum DataBase

Blood Count  |  Chemistry  |  Urinalysis  |  Electrolytes