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Veterinary Newsletters | 2023-09-28

Veterinary White Paper

Canine ehrlichiosis seropositivity and associated factors in Kenya and Tanzania

Ehrlichiosis is an important tickborne disease that causes severe illness in dogs and this research has contributed to the body of knowledge on this disease in our East African region.

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Pathologists Lancet Kenya opens two new branches in expansion drive
Latest News | 2023-05-03

Pathologists Lancet Kenya opens two new branches in expansion drive

Pathologists Lancet Kenya, a leading pathology laboratory service provider in Kenya has embarked on an ambitious expansion drive with the opening of two new branches at South C in Nairobi and Nyali in Mombasa Counties respectively.

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Pathologists Lancet Kenya feted for efforts to curb Covid-19
Latest News | 2023-04-17

Pathologists Lancet Kenya feted for efforts to curb Covid-19

Pathologists Lancet Kenya has been feted for its efforts in supporting Kenya healthcare recovery efforts during the Covid – 19 pandemic period.

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Cerba Healthcare successful first drone flight in France and Italy
Latest News | 2023-03-15

Cerba Healthcare successful first drone flight in France and Italy

Innovation in Biological Samples Transportation: Cerba Healthcare successfully performed the first flight with drone in France and Italy

  • A low-carbon logistic option that should avoid traffic-related delays while covering remoted places in the country
  • Shortens time-to-results and improves patient management regardless of location
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Help Avoid Anesthetic Complications
Veterinary Newsletters | 2023-02-07

Help Avoid Anesthetic Complications

Thanks to increased client awareness and compliance, preanesthetic testing is not only practical and accepted, it is also expected. The results benefit everyone as they decrease client anxiety, improve anesthetic safety, establish baseline data and increase a practice’s financial health.

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Cytology of Spleen
Veterinary Newsletters | 2023-02-07

Cytology of Spleen

Fine needle aspiration (FNA) of the spleen may be helpful in the diagnostic work-up and development of a treatment plan for patients with suspected disease involving the spleen. As sensitive imaging procedures have become more widely available, the use of cytology for evaluation of abdominal organs has increased.

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Age Doesn’t Mean a Thing – Or Does It?
Veterinary Newsletters | 2023-02-07

Age Doesn’t Mean a Thing – Or Does It?

It is unfortunate that our patients and clients have a similarity, in that, pets, just like humans, are prone to agerelated diseases.

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High Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I (hs-cTnI)
Pathologists’ Corner | 2022-08-18

High Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I (hs-cTnI)

Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) is the major cause of death and disability worldwide with an increasing incidence. The risk of death is highest within the first few hours of AMI onset. Rapid identification of AMI is critical for the initiation of medical treatment and management. 

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Lipoprotein
Pathologists’ Corner | 2022-08-18

Lipoprotein

Lipoprotein (a) also referred to as Lp (a) is structurally similar to LDL- C with the exception of the presence of apolipoprotein (a) or apo (a) moiety attached to its apo B component1. Apo(a) shares homology with the fibrin binding domain of plasminogen leading to impaired conversion to its active form plasmin. 

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D – dimer
Pathologists’ Corner | 2022-08-18

D – dimer

D dimer has been in use for almost three decades, as a screening tool for Venous thromboembolism (VTE)¹. It is one of many Fibrin degradation products (FDP) produced after a clot is degraded by the process of fibrinolysis. FDPs come in a variety of molecular weights.

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