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Chem 24 Extensive Panel
Test Code: ANP23
Synonyms/Keywords
Small Animal Profile​
Test Components

VRCF- Glucose (GLU), Aspartate Amino Transferase (AST), Alanine Amino Transferase (ALT), Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT), Alkaline Phosphatase (ALKP), Total Bilirubin (TBILI), Direct Bilirubin (DBILI), Indirect Bilirubin (IBIL), Cholesterol (CHOL), Triglycerides (TRIG), Total Protein (TP), Albumin (ALB), Globulin (GLOB), Albumin/Globulin Ratio (A/G), Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Creatinine (CREAT), Blood Urea Nitrogen/Creatinine Ratio (BU/CRE), Phosphorus (PHOS), Calcium (Ca), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Sodium/Potassium Ratio (Na/K), Chloride (Cl),Bicarbonate (BICARB), Anion Gap (ANGAP), Creatine Kinase (CK), Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH), Amylase (AMY), Lipase (LIP)

VT4 – Thyroxine

VCLT- Red Blood Cell Count (RBC), Hemoglobin (HGB), Hematocrit (HCT), Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV), Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH), Mean Corpuscular Hgb Conc. (MCHC), Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW), Platelet Count (PLT)  

VDIF- White Blood Cell Count (WBC), Absolute Seg. Neutrophil # (ABSEG), Absolute Band Neutrophil # (ABAND), Absolute Lymphocyte # (ABLYMP), Absolute Act. Lymphocyte # (ABACT), Absolute Monocyte # (ABMONO), Absolute Eosinophil # (ABEOS), Absolute Basophil # (ABBASO), Absolute Other # (ABOTH), Absolute Blast # (ABBLAS), Absoulte Promyelocyte # (ABPROM), Absolute Myelocyte # (ABMYEL), Absolute Metamyelocyte # (ABMETA)

Dipstick - Specimen Type (SP-TY), Color (COLOR), Turbidity (TURB), Specific Gravity (SP-GR), pH (PH-UA), Protein (U-PROT), Glucose (U-GLU), Ketone (U-KET), Urobilinogen (U-URO), Bilirubin (U-BILE), Blood (U-HGB)

Microscopic - Hyaline (UHYALV), Fine (UFGRV), Course (UCGRV), Renal Epithelial Casts (URECV), White Blood Count (UWBCV), Red Blood Count (URBCV), Renal Epithelial Cells (UREPV), Squamous Cells (USQUAV), Transitional Cells (UTRANV), Mucus (UMUCV), Bacteria (UBACTV), Amorphous (AMORPV)

VHW – Occult Heartworm

VFF- Fecal Float

Species
Alpaca, Bovine, Camelid, Canine, Caprine, Equine, Feline, Ferret, Mouse, Other, Ovine, Porcine, Primate, Rabbit, Rat
Test Category
Specimen Requirements
Specimen Type Preferred Container/Tube Acceptable Container/Tube Specimen Volume Specimen Minimum Volume
(allows for 1 repeat)
​Serum ​Red Top Tube (RTT) ​Serum Separator Tube (SST) ​1.0 mL ​644 uL
​Whole Blood ​EDTA Lavender Top Tube (LTT) ​2.0 mL 1.0 mL
​Blood Smear ​Glass Slide
​Urine ​Sterile Container (Screw Cap Top or Sage Cup) ​5.0 mL ​2.0 mL
​Fresh Feces ​50 mL Clean Container ​3-5 grams (1 Cubic cm or cube approximtely 1/2" per side) ​2 grams
Collection Processing Instructions
Serum must be separated from clot within 1 hour of collection.
Draw blood into EDTA vacuum tube. Invert sample gently 5-6 times to facilitate mixing and prevent coagulation. Prepare 1-2 peripheral blood smears. DO NOT REFRIGERATE
Do not use Gray Top Tube (GYTT) for urine.
Label tubes and smears with animal’s name.
Specimen Stability Information
Specimen Type Temperature Time
Plasma/Serum​ ​Refrigerate ​5 days
​Plasma/serum ​Frozen ​6 months
​Whole Blood ​Refrigerate ​2 days
​Blood Smear ​Room Temperature ​Indefinitely
​Urine ​Refirgerate ​1 week
​Feces ​Refrigerate ​>6 hours
​Feces ​Room Temperature ​0-5 hours
Rejection Criteria
EDTA Lavender Top Tube - Clotted
EDTA Lavender Top Tube - Frozen​
Urine - Gray Top Tube (GYTT)
Feces - Submitted in Formalin
Performing Laboratory Information
Performing Location Day(s) Test Performed Analytical Time Methodology/Instrumentation
Cleveland​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Cleveland​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
Cleveland​ Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Cleveland​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Cleveland​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA​
Marshfield​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Marshfield​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
Marshfield​ Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Marshfield​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Marshfield​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA​
Milwaukee​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Milwaukee​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
​Milwaukee Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Milwaukee​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Milwaukee​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA
​Minneaoplis ​Chemisry: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Olympus AU
​Minneaoplis ​CBC: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Heska
​Minneapolis ​Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
​Minneapolis ​Heartworm: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​ELISA
​Minneapolis ​Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Centrifugation & Microscopy
Marshfield Center Laboratory Section
Test Information
Optimally, refrigerated serum should be analyzed within 3-5 days of collection for most chemistry assays.
Platelet counts are given only if the platelet result from the analyzer is valid. If result is not valid, an estimated platelet range is given. If an actual platelet count is needed, the platelet count will need to be ordered in addition to the CBC.
In the event abnormal appearing cells are found during a routine screening microscopic exam, do not submit for urinalysis. We recommend you submit smears prepared from fresh urine for a routine Cytology consult.
Observation of coccidia is routinely part of the Fecal Float test. Low numbers of Cryptosporidium/Giardia may not be detected with this technique. Cryptosporidium/Giardia, if suspected, should be ordered separately. (see Cryptosporidium and Giardia Antigen)
Reference Intervals
Synonyms/Keywords
Small Animal Profile​
Test Components

VRCF- Glucose (GLU), Aspartate Amino Transferase (AST), Alanine Amino Transferase (ALT), Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT), Alkaline Phosphatase (ALKP), Total Bilirubin (TBILI), Direct Bilirubin (DBILI), Indirect Bilirubin (IBIL), Cholesterol (CHOL), Triglycerides (TRIG), Total Protein (TP), Albumin (ALB), Globulin (GLOB), Albumin/Globulin Ratio (A/G), Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Creatinine (CREAT), Blood Urea Nitrogen/Creatinine Ratio (BU/CRE), Phosphorus (PHOS), Calcium (Ca), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Sodium/Potassium Ratio (Na/K), Chloride (Cl),Bicarbonate (BICARB), Anion Gap (ANGAP), Creatine Kinase (CK), Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH), Amylase (AMY), Lipase (LIP)

VT4 – Thyroxine

VCLT- Red Blood Cell Count (RBC), Hemoglobin (HGB), Hematocrit (HCT), Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV), Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH), Mean Corpuscular Hgb Conc. (MCHC), Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW), Platelet Count (PLT)  

VDIF- White Blood Cell Count (WBC), Absolute Seg. Neutrophil # (ABSEG), Absolute Band Neutrophil # (ABAND), Absolute Lymphocyte # (ABLYMP), Absolute Act. Lymphocyte # (ABACT), Absolute Monocyte # (ABMONO), Absolute Eosinophil # (ABEOS), Absolute Basophil # (ABBASO), Absolute Other # (ABOTH), Absolute Blast # (ABBLAS), Absoulte Promyelocyte # (ABPROM), Absolute Myelocyte # (ABMYEL), Absolute Metamyelocyte # (ABMETA)

Dipstick - Specimen Type (SP-TY), Color (COLOR), Turbidity (TURB), Specific Gravity (SP-GR), pH (PH-UA), Protein (U-PROT), Glucose (U-GLU), Ketone (U-KET), Urobilinogen (U-URO), Bilirubin (U-BILE), Blood (U-HGB)

Microscopic - Hyaline (UHYALV), Fine (UFGRV), Course (UCGRV), Renal Epithelial Casts (URECV), White Blood Count (UWBCV), Red Blood Count (URBCV), Renal Epithelial Cells (UREPV), Squamous Cells (USQUAV), Transitional Cells (UTRANV), Mucus (UMUCV), Bacteria (UBACTV), Amorphous (AMORPV)

VHW – Occult Heartworm

VFF- Fecal Float

Species
Alpaca, Bovine, Camelid, Canine, Caprine, Equine, Feline, Ferret, Mouse, Other, Ovine, Porcine, Primate, Rabbit, Rat
Test Category
Specimen Requirements
Specimen Type Preferred Container/Tube Acceptable Container/Tube Specimen Volume Specimen Minimum Volume
(allows for 1 repeat)
​Serum ​Red Top Tube (RTT) ​Serum Separator Tube (SST) ​1.0 mL ​644 uL
​Whole Blood ​EDTA Lavender Top Tube (LTT) ​2.0 mL 1.0 mL
​Blood Smear ​Glass Slide
​Urine ​Sterile Container (Screw Cap Top or Sage Cup) ​5.0 mL ​2.0 mL
​Fresh Feces ​50 mL Clean Container ​3-5 grams (1 Cubic cm or cube approximtely 1/2" per side) ​2 grams
Collection Processing Instructions
Serum must be separated from clot within 1 hour of collection.
Draw blood into EDTA vacuum tube. Invert sample gently 5-6 times to facilitate mixing and prevent coagulation. Prepare 1-2 peripheral blood smears. DO NOT REFRIGERATE
Do not use Gray Top Tube (GYTT) for urine.
Label tubes and smears with animal’s name.
Specimen Stability Information
Specimen Type Temperature Time
Plasma/Serum​ ​Refrigerate ​5 days
​Plasma/serum ​Frozen ​6 months
​Whole Blood ​Refrigerate ​2 days
​Blood Smear ​Room Temperature ​Indefinitely
​Urine ​Refirgerate ​1 week
​Feces ​Refrigerate ​>6 hours
​Feces ​Room Temperature ​0-5 hours
Rejection Criteria
EDTA Lavender Top Tube - Clotted
EDTA Lavender Top Tube - Frozen​
Urine - Gray Top Tube (GYTT)
Feces - Submitted in Formalin
Test Information
Optimally, refrigerated serum should be analyzed within 3-5 days of collection for most chemistry assays.
Platelet counts are given only if the platelet result from the analyzer is valid. If result is not valid, an estimated platelet range is given. If an actual platelet count is needed, the platelet count will need to be ordered in addition to the CBC.
In the event abnormal appearing cells are found during a routine screening microscopic exam, do not submit for urinalysis. We recommend you submit smears prepared from fresh urine for a routine Cytology consult.
Observation of coccidia is routinely part of the Fecal Float test. Low numbers of Cryptosporidium/Giardia may not be detected with this technique. Cryptosporidium/Giardia, if suspected, should be ordered separately. (see Cryptosporidium and Giardia Antigen)
Reference Intervals
Performing Laboratory Information
Performing Location Day(s) Test Performed Analytical Time Methodology/Instrumentation
Cleveland​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Cleveland​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
Cleveland​ Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Cleveland​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Cleveland​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA​
Marshfield​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Marshfield​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
Marshfield​ Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Marshfield​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Marshfield​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA​
Milwaukee​ Chemistry: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Olympus AU​
Milwaukee​ CBC: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Sysmex XT2000i
​Milwaukee Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​
Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
Milwaukee​ Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ Centrifugation & Microscopy​
Milwaukee​ Heartworm: Monday through Saturday​ Less than 2 hours​ ELISA
​Minneaoplis ​Chemisry: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Olympus AU
​Minneaoplis ​CBC: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Heska
​Minneapolis ​Urinalysis: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Clinitek Advantus & Microscopy​
​Minneapolis ​Heartworm: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​ELISA
​Minneapolis ​Fecal Float: Monday through Saturday ​Less than 2 hours ​Centrifugation & Microscopy
Laboratory Section
For most current information refer to the Marshfield Laboratory online reference manual.