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Blood (Serum) Chemistry
Glucose - This is a measurement of the Blood sugar level.
High glucose levels can occur just after a meal, during stressful situations, and with the use of certain drugs. The measurement of glucose is important in the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.
Low glucose levels can occur when the animal does not eat, has liver or hormonal problems, or when there is a severe bacterial infection in the bloodstream. Too much insulin will also cause low levels of glucose.
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) - Urea, which is normally excreted by the kidney, is a by-product of protein metabolism.
High levels of BUN may be the result of a high protein diet, dehydration, ulcers in the digestive tract, kidney disease, or blockage of the normal flow of urine (from a kidney or bladder stone, for example).
Low BUN levels can result from a low protein diet or liver disease.
Calcium - This mineral is normally found in the body, and is important for normal muscle and heart function.
High calcium levels may be found in young, fast-growing animals. High calcium levels also occur in some types of cancer, bone disease, parathyroid problems, and kidney diseases. A variety of other conditions may also cause an elevated calcium level.
Low calcium levels can occur in a lactating female (eclampsia) after giving birth. Low calcium levels are also associated with dietary insufficiencies, parathyroid problems, intestinal problems, and antifreeze (ethylene glycol) poisoning. Other causes also exist.
Total Protein - Several protein types circulate in the bloodstream. These protein types can be measured all together or may be separated out and measured one at a time. On a routine blood Chemistry profile, total protein is measured as the total of all proteins together. Albumin, the most abundant protein type, is usually measured separately.
High protein levels may result from dehydration, inflammation, some cancers, and infections.
Low protein levels can occur in situations of malnutrition, intestine absorption problems, blood loss, and kidney or liver disease.
High cholesterol levels can be associated with high-fat diets, hypothyroidism, diabetes mellitus, pancreatitis, Cushing’s disease, liver disease, and kidney problems.
Low cholesterol levels may occur with low-fat diets, liver failure, digestive and absorption problems, pancreas disease, and with some types of seizure therapy.
Creatine Phosphokinase (CPK) - This is an enzyme found in muscle cells.
High CK levels can occur in situations where muscles of the body are damaged, diseased, or inflamed. This can even occur with heart muscle problems.
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) - This is an enzyme found in liver and bone cells.
High ALP levels may indicate a liver problem, some cancers, and increased bone growth or destruction. ALP levels can also be elevated in cases where steroids are administered or in Cushing’s disease where natural steroids are elevated. High levels of ALP are normal in growing puppies.
Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) - This is another enzyme found in liver cells.
High ALT levels occur when the liver is damaged. This damage can occur because of toxins, not enough oxygen, inflammation, metabolic disorders, and other diseases.
Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) - This is another enzyme produced by a variety of tissues. Concentrations tend to be highest in muscle and liver cells.
High AST levels occur most often when the muscles and/or the liver are damaged. This damage can occur because of toxins, lack of oxygen, inflammation, metabolic disorders, and other diseases.
Chloride - This is a negatively-charged electrolyte (dissolved salt).
High levels of chloride can occur with dehydration, fluid therapy, and acidosis (where the pH of the body is abnormally low). Some drugs such as phenobarbital can also cause elevated chloride levels.
Low levels may be the result of vomiting, especially right after eating; and treatment with certain drugs (diuretics such as furosemide).
Potassium - This is an electrolyte with a positive charge.
High levels are associated with acidosis, Addison’s disease, during certain phases of severe kidney disease, rupture of the urinary bladder, and with some treatments and syndromes.
Low levels are seen with chronic vomiting and diarrhea, liver disease, Cushing’s disease, certain phases of kidney disease, and administration of some drugs.
Sodium - This is also another electrolyte with a positive charge.
High sodium levels may accompany dehydration, a high salt diet, Cushing’s disease, chronic kidney disease, and diabetes insipidus.
Low sodium occurs with vomiting, diarrhea, Addison’s disease, fluid therapy, kidney problems, and hypothyroidism.
These two machines can be used to process blood samples right in the veterinary clinic.
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