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We Understand Veterinary Context

We Understand the Needs of Veterinary Practice

VetSERV closely collaborates with veterinary practitioners.  Our Veterinary professionals work closely with all demanding clinics - through periodic feedback sessions and implementing 100% of their suggestions.  We tailor our suggestions based on what works best for the Vets and their patients. For e.g., we know that most veterinary clinics work in the mornings as well as in the evevning. Accordingly, we service all our vets at least twice a day.


Close collaboration with vets - placing them at the centre of our work - helps us to improve continuously and keep pace with the latest in veterinary medicine.

Specialist Equipment, People and Practices

When a pet's blood is tested at a human diagnostic lab, many key parameters like platelets and DLC (Differential Leukocyte Count) are likely to be incorrectly reported - because shape and size of many elements of animal blood are very different from that of human blood. Similarly, a lot of other diagnostic testing for pets in human labs is likely to yield incorrect results. 


VetSERV's not only uses veterinary specific equipment, our experts come from veterinary medicine background and are trained in veterinary diagnostics - so that pet patients get the best and specialised attention they deserve. 



Complete Blood Count: When Veterinary Specialisation Matters

Testing a pet's blood is the most basic test that vets prescribe and allows for a variety of inferences.  Most labs run this test on an automatic machine and report the results as is.  At VetSERV, we understand how crucial it is to get:
- The platelet count just right - in all diseases, collectively called - "tick fever", platelet count is the key indicator that vets rely on for diagnosis.  We understand how crucial this is
- Accurate DLC - differential leukocyte count - which is key to understanding the nature of infection
- Accurate TLC (Total Leukocyte count) to understand the extent of infection

At VetSERV, we examine 100% of blood samples under a microscope - so that what we report is as accurate as it can get for the vet to take correct treatment decisions.

Sensitivity Testing: Choice of Antibiotic for Treating Local Infections

Before treating local infections such as an Ear infection, urinary tract infection or an old wound, most competent vets go in for culture and sensitivity testing.  This allows a vet to:

- understand better the nature of infection

- choose the most appropriate antibiotic


At VetSERV, while carrying out sensitivity testing, we -

- use more number of antibiotics than any other lab to give the vet a wider choice

- use antibiotics that are more relevant to veterinary practice - unlike other labs which rely on antibiotics used commonly for humans.


VetSERV's sensitivity testing allows vets to choose the right antibiotic - especially in difficult to treat and cases of recurring infections.

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