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List of  Veterinary Laboratory Services

Collection and Preparation of Specimens
Necropsy :Dead animals should be necropsied as soon as possible after death show  ,sick, untreated animals that have not undergone decomposition or treatment, are the specimens of choice.

Specimens: Properly collected and preserved specimens may be helpful in arriving at a diagnosis. Careful selection of specimens representative of suspected disease process, as well as a good history, are very important.

Submission Forms: Filling out forms correctly can make the difference between an accurate or inaccurate diagnosis. If a zoonotic disease, is suspected ,please indicate on the submission form so  the specimen can be handled properly and unnecessary exposure can be avoided.

Labeling Specimens: Clearly mark your name and the owners name on each container.

Mycology: Skin scraping , hair, crusts, or scabs should be placed in sterile ,dry, screw-capped tube. When a deep or systemic fungus infection is suspected, specimens should be collected and transport in same manner as bacteriology samples. Tissues and body fluids are preferred over swabs.

Bacteriology: Specimens collected for isolation and identification of infectious agents need to be fresh, collected as aseptically as possible, and transported to the laboratory as rapidly as possible under refrigeration (ice packs). For bacterial isolation, culturette swab should be used.

Clinical Pathology:

CBCs: Freshly made smear should be submitted along with EDTA-anticoagulated whole blood.

Chemistries: Serum should be separated from the colt and submitted in a separate tube, even if serum separator tubes are used.

Molecular Diagnostics: Specimens for PCR\RT-PCR assays should be fresh and submitted as aseptically as possible> Tissues, swabs, feces and fluids are acceptable specimens. If whole blood is blood is submitted, use the anticoagulant EDTA. Due to the sensitivity of these assays, care must be taken during sample collection to minimize cross-contamination between specimens. Transport specimens under refrigeration (ice pack).

Parasitology: Fecal samples should be submitted in closed glass bottle.

Serology: Clear sera should  be submitted for testing.

Test

Turn around time

Newcastle Disease-ELISA Test

1-2 working days

IBD ELISA Test

1-2 working days

Avian Infuenza A virus-real time PCR

1-2 working Days

Avian Infuenza N1 virus-real time PCR

1-2 working Days

Avian Infuenza H5 virus-real time PCR

1-2 working Days

Avian Infuenza H5N1 virus-real time PCR

1-2 working Days

Mycoplasma (G,S)- ELISA Test

1-2 working Days

Aerobic culture(except blood) isolation and identification

2-3 working days

Anaerobic bacterial culture

4 working days

 


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