Minimum DataBase: Complete Chemistry
Complete Chemistry and Electrolytes
A Complete Chemistry gives direction for further investigation indicating if single or multiple organ systems are involved
The Complete Chemistry profile consisting of a Chem 15/Chem 17, IDEXX SDMA and Electrolytes provides specific information about the health of the organ systems.
Electrolytes provide information on acid-base and hydration status and can help to identify underlying metabolic disease.
Correcting electrolyte abnormalities, results in more rapid recovery for your patients.
What is your patient’s biochemistry telling you?
Dr. Alan Rebar
What is your patient’s electrolyte profile telling you?
The Minimum DataBase put into practice
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 Aphrodite’s case, because she is a feline over 7 years of age TT4 was added to her Minimum DataBase chemistry profile.
Fast, accurate results
See results for total T4, chemistry, electrolytes, and more, in one run with the Catalyst One Chemistry Analyser.
The IDEXX Guide to Chemistry
This multi-part course will help veterinary professionals better understand and interpret small-animal biochemistry results.
Interpretation of Electrolytes
Download this guide to help you interpret your electrolyte results.
IDEXX VetConnect PLUS
Use VetConnect PLUS to help interpret your haematology results.