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04-Jan-2024
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COLLECTION PACKS REQUIRED FOR ALL IDEXX LAB TESTING
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Collection Pack: UNIVERSAL alternatively CULTURE PLUS or COMPREHENSIVE

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$128.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$230.27
BREEDER TESTING OPTION
Single Animal or Combined Litter Sample
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 2627
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Diarrhea RealPCR™ Panel (Comprehensive)—Feline
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • C. Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA)
  • C. Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the number of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
NOTES
Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$143.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$257.26
BREEDER TESTING OPTION
Single Animal or Combined Litter Sample
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3882
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Diarrhea RealPCR™ Panel (Comprehensive)—Feline / Fecal Dx® Profile
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and DX Profile. Two containers each containing: 3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • C. Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA)
  • C. Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Fecal Ova and Parasites
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Flea Tapeworm Antigen
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Hookworm Antigen
  • Roundworm Antigen
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni
  • Whipworm Antigen
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the number of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
NOTES
Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$128.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$230.27
BREEDER TESTING OPTION
Single Animal or Combined Litter Sample
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3025
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 day
TESTS INCLUDED
Coccidioides spp. RealPCR™ Test
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Coccidioides Spp.
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that Coccidioides DNA was not detected in the sample submitted and other causes of clinical disease should be investigated. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of new strain variations.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that Coccidioides DNA was detected in the sample submitted. In animals with clinical signs, this supports infection. Dry or productive cough with concurrent fever, partial anorexia and weight loss is the most common clinical manifestation of disease. More severe respiratory signs may occur. With disseminated disease, lameness, localized peripheral lymphadenopathy, draining skin lesions, keratitis, uveitis, acute blindness, seizures, ataxia, behavioral changes, and coma can occur.
INTERFERENCE
Poor sample quality, aged sample; recent antifungal therapy.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$65.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$116.94
BREEDER TESTING OPTION
Single Animal or Combined Litter Sample
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 24639
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day
TESTS INCLUDED
Fecal Dx® Profile with Giardia
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
INTERFERENCE
[Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes. [Giardia] Improper storage, PVA fixative, SAF.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$128.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$230.27
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 2512
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days; allow additional time for strain identification if influenza A virus PCR positive
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab (wipe eye clean, swab inside of eyelid) in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Pharyngeal and Conjunctival Swab up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H1N1)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N8)
  • Influenza A Virus (H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination.
NOTES
Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive. Includes strain identification for influenza A virus if PCR positive.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$78.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$140.32
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3565
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Plucked hair with follicles (minimum 10 – 20 visible hairs) and skin scrapings from the active border of lesion (preferred) in WTT (White Top Tube), if no distinct lesions are present, pluck hairs from site of prior lesions (if known) and/or submit hair from a thorough coat brushing, using a toothbrush in WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Hair and Skin Scrapings up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that DNA of Microsporum spp or Trichophyton spp organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic, carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that DNA of Microsporum spp. or Trichophyton spp. was detected in the submitted sample. In a patient with clinical signs, this supports infection. Positive resuls may also be seen in nonclinical patients in a carrier state. Zoonotic potential exist.
INTERFERENCE
Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent antifungal therapy.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$118.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$212.28
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3685
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days; allow 14–16 days for the fungal culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Ringworm (Dermatophyte) RealPCR™ Panel / Fungal Culture (on selective dermatophyte media)
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and Fungal Culture. Two containers each containing: Plucked hair with follicles (minimum 10 – 20 visible hairs) and skin scrapings from the active border of lesion (preferred) in WTT (White Top Tube), if no distinct lesions are present, pluck hairs from site of prior lesions (if known) and/or submit hair from a thorough coat brushing, using a toothbrush in WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Hair and Skin Scrapings up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that DNA of Microsporum spp or Trichophyton spp organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic, carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that DNA of Microsporum spp. or Trichophyton spp. was detected in the submitted sample. In a patient with clinical signs, this supports infection. Positive resuls may also be seen in nonclinical patients in a carrier state. Zoonotic potential exist.
INTERFERENCE
Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent antifungal therapy.
NOTES
Fungal culture will only be performed if a separate specimen is submitted for culture.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$183.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$329.22
TEST RESTRICTIONS
This test may only be ordered by breeders for intact studs, as it's results are not applicable to pet parents of neutered males.
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 908
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Semen Analysis
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
1 mL semen in a sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred; keep at room temperature.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Semen up to 3 days at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Pathologist Report
  • Semen Appearance
  • Sperm/mL
  • Volume Received
INTERFERENCE
Aged sample, exposure to temperature extremes, semen extender.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$158.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$284.24
TEST RESTRICTIONS
This test may only be ordered by breeders for intact queens, as it's results are not applicable to pet parents of spayed females.
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3577
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1-4 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Streptococcus Abortion RealPCR™ Panel
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Vaginal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) in WTT (White Top Tube) and fresh placental tissue (if available) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Vaginal Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh tissue up to 24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Streptococcus Canis
  • S. Dysgalactiae Equisimilis
  • S. Equi Zooepidemicus
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that beta hemolytic Streptococci DNA was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that DNA from this beta hemolytic Streptococci was detected in the sample submitted. In a patient with clinical signs and histopathology findings, this supports infection. Certain chronic infections may not be the primary cause for the reproductive problems and additional causes should be assessed separately.
NOTES
It is preferred to have fresh placental tissue for testing, but the panel can be run solely on the vaginal swabs with the understanding that the levels of infection may not be as pronounced as inside the placenta.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$600.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$1,079.40
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 1433
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
15 - 23 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Extensive screen for a wide variety of pesticides, drugs, pollutants, and industrial chemicals.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
10 mL urine divided into two sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred; keep refrigerated. Please specify collection method.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Toxicology Urine Screening
INTERFERENCE
Aged sample, exposure to temperature extremes, formalin, and saline.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$93.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$167.31
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 910
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
8:00am for Urinalysis
TESTS INCLUDED
Urinalysis: physical, chemical and microscopic analyses
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
5 mL urine in a sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred; keep refrigerated. Please specify collection method.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bacteria
  • Bilirubin
  • Blood
  • Casts
  • Clarity
  • Color
  • Crystals
  • Cystatin B
  • Epi Cell
  • Glucose
  • Ketones
  • Mucus
  • Ph
  • Protein
  • RBC
  • Specific Gravity
  • Urobilinogen
  • WBC
NOTES
Do not submit syringes with needles.
INTERFERENCE
Clot activator, aged sample, EDTA; myoglobinuria or hemoglobinuria may cause a positive for blood on dipstick in the absence of red blood cells on sediment; Captopril and ace-inhibitors may cause false negative for blood on dipstick.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$193.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$347.21
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 4035
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if culture positive, with negative results reported in 1-2 days
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
5 mL urine in a sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred; keep refrigerated. Please specify collection method.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Do not submit syringes with needles.
INTERFERENCE
Recent antibiotic therapy, anticoagulants.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$243.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$437.16
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 1394
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
8:00am for Urinalysis. 2-5 days if culture positive, with negative results reported in 1-2 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Urinalysis: physical, chemical and microscopic analyses / Urine Culture and MIC Susceptibility
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
10 mL urine divided into two sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred; keep refrigerated. Please specify collection method.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bacteria
  • Bilirubin
  • Blood
  • Casts
  • Clarity
  • Color
  • Crystals
  • Cystatin B
  • Epi Cell
  • Glucose
  • Ketones
  • Mucus
  • Ph
  • Protein
  • RBC
  • Specific Gravity
  • Urobilinogen
  • WBC
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Do not submit syringes with needles.
INTERFERENCE
Clot activator, aged sample, EDTA; myoglobinuria or hemoglobinuria may cause a positive for blood on dipstick in the absence of red blood cells on sediment; Captopril and ace-inhibitors may cause false negative for blood on dipstick. Recent antibiotic therapy, anticoagulants.
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IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$251.00
+ $5.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$451.55
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 2512-3882
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days; allow additional time for strain identification if influenza A virus PCR positive
TESTS INCLUDED
Upper Respiratory Disease (URD) RealPCR™ Panel—Feline / Diarrhea RealPCR™ Panel (Comprehensive)—Feline / Fecal Dx® Profile
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 2512
Deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab (wipe eye clean, swab inside of eyelid) in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3882
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and DX Profile. Two containers each containing: 3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Pharyngeal and Conjunctival Swab up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • C. Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA)
  • C. Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Fecal Ova and Parasites
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Flea Tapeworm Antigen
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Hookworm Antigen
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H1N1)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N8)
  • Influenza A Virus (H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
  • Roundworm Antigen
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni
  • Whipworm Antigen
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
[2512] Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation. [3882] Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the number of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
[2512] Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. [3882] Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
NOTES
Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive. Includes strain identification for influenza A virus if PCR positive. Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
LINKS
Collection Pack: CULTURE alternatively CULTURE PLUS or COMPREHENSIVE

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$168.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$302.23
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 40127
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days; up to 7 days for anaerobic results
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic Culture (Organism ID Only), Anaerobic Culture (Organism ID Only)
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Two culture swabs (eSwab) in transport media or tissue/fluid in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify site.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification only.
NOTES
Please clearly indicate source of all cultures, including method of collection for urine samples.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$250.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$449.75
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 401
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days; up to 7 days for anaerobic results
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic Culture (Organism ID and susceptibility), Anaerobic Culture (Organism ID only)
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Two culture swabs (eSwab) in transport media or tissue/fluid in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify site.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Please clearly indicate source of all cultures, including method of collection for urine samples.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$198.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$356.20
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 2781
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
All up to 3 weeks for fungal culture, with negative results reported at 14-16 days; 2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days; up to 7 days for anaerobic results
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic Culture (Organism ID Only), Anaerobic Culture (Organism ID Only), and Fungal Cultures
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Three culture swabs (eSwab) in transport media or tissue/fluid in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify site.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification only.
NOTES
Please clearly indicate source of all cultures, including method of collection for urine samples.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$280.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$503.72
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 1988
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
All up to 3 weeks for fungal culture, with negative results reported at 14-16 days; 2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days; up to 7 days for anaerobic results
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic Culture (Organism ID and susceptibility), Anaerobic Culture (Organism ID only), and Fungal Culture
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Three culture swabs (eSwab) in transport media or tissue/fluid in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify site.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Please clearly indicate source of all cultures, including method of collection for urine samples.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$288.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$518.11
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3862
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
One culture swabs (eSwab) per site in transport media or tissue/fluid in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify left, right, inner, or outer ear.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Includes separate cultures for two ear sites (left and right ears or inner and outer ears). Please indicate sites on culture swabs.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$208.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$374.19
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 414
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic culture (organism ID and eye-specific susceptibility)
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
One culture swab (eSwab) in transport media or conjunctival or corneal scraping in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin): please specify left or right eye.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Eye, Corneal Scraping - Cleanse the area around the eye with a mild antiseptic. Collect purulent material or corneal scraping with culturette (Keep the eyelid open and avoid touching eyelashes). Topical anesthetic may inhibit bacterial growth.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$158.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$284.24
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3395
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Aerobic Culture (Organism ID Only)
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
One culture swab (eSwab) in transport media: please specify source.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
TEST OPTION: 4009
Add Susceptibility: $112.00
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification only.
NOTES
Use for monitoring after sterilization of room or equipment. If multiple organisms are isolated, the four most prevalent and/or pathogenic organisms will be identified and reported.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$200.00
+ $7.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$359.80
TEST RESTRICTIONS
This test may only be ordered by breeders for intact queens, as it's results are not applicable to pet parents of spayed females.
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 404
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2-5 days if aerobic culture positive, with negative results reported in 2-3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Vaginal culture swab (eSwab) in transport media.
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS
Collection Pack: CULTURE PLUS alternatively COMPREHENSIVE

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$158.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$284.24
TEST RESTRICTIONS
This test may only be ordered by breeders for intact queens, as it's results are not applicable to pet parents of spayed females.
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3556
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1-4 days for RealPCR panel; allow additional time for culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Abortion RealPCR Panel (Feline) / Aerobic Culture with susceptibilities
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3556
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and Culture. Vaginal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) in WTT (White Top Tube) and fresh placental tissue (if available) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred, AND Vaginal Culture swab (eSwab) in transport media or fresh placental tissue and fresh fetal lung (pooled) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Vaginal Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh tissue up to 24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
  • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus
  • Leptospira Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
TEST OPTION: 4011
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination.
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
It is preferred to have fresh placental tissue for testing, but the panel can be run solely on the vaginal swabs with the understanding that the levels of infection may not be as pronounced as inside the placenta.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples, formalin.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$223.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$401.18
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 411
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
Allow 5-7 days for Mycoplasma (positive or negative growth)
TESTS INCLUDED
Mycoplasma Culture
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Deep pharyngeal culture swab (eSwab) in transport media or semen in sterile container, WTT (White Top Tube) preferred (no formalin).
SPECIMEN COLLECTION
See the Specimen Collection Guide for site specific collection procedures.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Semen up to 3 days at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
Cultures are report as positive or negative. A positive culture will result in antibiotic recommendations. The culture characteristics of mycoplasma species prohibit standardized susceptibility testing.
INTERFERENCE
Antimicrobial therapy, anticoagulants, aged samples.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$203.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$365.20
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3037
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days; allow additional time for culture or strain identification if influenza A virus PCR positive
TESTS INCLUDED
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and Culture. Deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab (wipe eye clean, swab inside of eyelid) in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a WTT (White Top Tube), AND deep pharyngeal culture swab (eSwab) in transport media; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Pharyngeal and Conjunctival Swab up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H1N1)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N8)
  • Influenza A Virus (H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination.
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
If the RealPCR test is positive for Bordetella Bronchiseptica, a culture with susceptibilities on selective media for Bordetella will be automatically performed at no additional charge. Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive.Includes influenza A strain identification if PCR positive.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$296.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$532.50
TEST RESTRICTIONS
This test may only be ordered by breeders for intact queens, as it's results are not applicable to pet parents of spayed females.
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3556-3577
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1-4 days for RealPCR panel; allow additional time for culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Abortion RealPCR Panel (Feline) / Aerobic Culture with susceptibilities / Streptococcus Abortion RealPCR Panel
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3556
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and Culture. Vaginal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) in WTT (White Top Tube) and fresh placental tissue (if available) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred, AND Vaginal Culture swab (eSwab) in transport media or fresh placental tissue and fresh fetal lung (pooled) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3577
Vaginal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) in WTT (White Top Tube) and fresh placental tissue (if available) in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Vaginal Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh tissue up to 24 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
  • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus
  • Leptospira Spp.
  • Streptococcus Canis
  • S. Dysgalactiae Equisimilis
  • S. Equi Zooepidemicus
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
TEST OPTION: 4011
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
[3556] Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation. [3577] Result indicates that beta hemolytic Streptococci DNA was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
[3556] Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. [3577] Result indicates that DNA from this beta hemolytic Streptococci was detected in the sample submitted. In a patient with clinical signs and histopathology findings, this supports infection. Certain chronic infections may not be the primary cause for the reproductive problems and additional causes should be assessed separately.
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
It is preferred to have fresh placental tissue for testing, but the panel can be run solely on the vaginal swabs with the understanding that the levels of infection may not be as pronounced as inside the placenta.
LINKS

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$326.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$586.47
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 3037-3882
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days; allow additional time for culture or strain identification if influenza A virus PCR positive
TESTS INCLUDED
Upper Respiratory Disease RealPCR Panel (Feline) / Aerobic Culture (Organism ID and susceptibility) / Diarrhea RealPCR Comprehensive Panel (Feline) / Fecal Ova and Parasites, Giardia, Hookworm, Roundworm and Whipworm Antigen Immunoassays
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3037
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and Culture. Deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab (wipe eye clean, swab inside of eyelid) in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a WTT (White Top Tube), AND deep pharyngeal culture swab (eSwab) in transport media; keep refrigerated.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3882
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and DX Profile. Two containers each containing: 3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Pharyngeal and Conjunctival Swab up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Culture Swab up to 72 hours at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • C. Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA)
  • C. Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Fecal Ova and Parasites
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Flea Tapeworm Antigen
  • Giardia Antigen
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Hookworm Antigen
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H1N1)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (H3N8)
  • Influenza A Virus (H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
  • Roundworm Antigen
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni
  • Whipworm Antigen
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
[3037] Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. [3882] Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
INTERPRETATION: CULTURE
Results reported as no growth, or identification and susceptibility (aerobic only). Most, but not all cultures, will also include minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) with the susceptibility. IDEXX follows the guidelines set by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), formerly the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS), combined with our years of experience in performing susceptibility testing. Susceptibilities will not be performed on normal flora or nonpathogenic organisms. Pathogens with predictable susceptibility patterns, or with no CLSI interpretive standards will be reported with a recommended list of antimicrobials. Examples include β-hemolytic streptococci (beta-strep) and Pasteurella in nonsterile sites. Pathogens that are not suitable for routine susceptibility testing, due to their growth characteristics (i.e. slow-growing, anaerobic) or lack standardized methodology for testing, will be reported with recommended antibiotics. Examples include Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and Actinomyces spp.
NOTES
If the RealPCR test is positive for Bordetella Bronchiseptica, a culture with susceptibilities on selective media for Bordetella will be automatically performed at no additional charge. Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive.Includes influenza A strain identification if PCR positive. Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
LINKS
Collection Pack: FECAL CULTURE alternatively COMPREHENSIVE

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$178.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$320.22
IDEXX TEST CODE
4021
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
Allow 3-7 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Fecal Enteric Pathogen Culture
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in transport media, OTFCC (Orange Top Fecal Culture Container) preferred; keep at room temperature.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Feces in fecal culture transport media up to 96 hours at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature.
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERFERENCE
Recent antibiotic therapy.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$201.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$361.60
IDEXX TEST CODE
4021-51991
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day for DX profile, allow 3-7 days for culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Fecal Enteric Pathogen Culture / Fecal Dx® Profile
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 4021
3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in transport media, OTFCC (Orange Top Fecal Culture Container) preferred; keep at room temperature.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 51991
3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Feces in fecal culture transport media up to 96 hours at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERFERENCE
[Culture] Recent antibiotic therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes.

PRICE
$221.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$397.58
IDEXX TEST CODE
4021-52991
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day for DX profile, allow 3-7 days for culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Fecal Enteric Pathogen Culture / Fecal Dx® Profile with Giardia
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 4021
3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in transport media, OTFCC (Orange Top Fecal Culture Container) preferred; keep at room temperature.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 52991
3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Feces in fecal culture transport media up to 96 hours at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERFERENCE
[Culture] Recent antibiotic therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes. [Giardia] Improper storage, PVA fixative, SAF.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$298.00
+ $10.00 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$536.10
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 4021-3882
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day for DX profile, 1-4 days for RealPCR, allow 3-7 days for culture
TESTS INCLUDED
Fecal Enteric Pathogen Culture / Diarrhea RealPCR Panel (Comprehensive)—Feline / Fecal Dx Profile
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 4021
3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in transport media, OTFCC (Orange Top Fecal Culture Container) preferred; keep at room temperature.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3882
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and DX Profile. Two containers each containing: 3 - 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Feces in fecal culture transport media up to 96 hours at 59° to 77° F (15° to 22° C), keep at room temperature. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • C. Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA)
  • C. Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Fecal Ova and Parasites
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Flea Tapeworm Antigen
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Hookworm Antigen
  • Roundworm Antigen
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni
  • Whipworm Antigen
TEST COMPONENTS: MICROBIOLOGY
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the number of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
NOTES
Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[Culture] Recent antibiotic therapy. [PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes; Giardia: Improper storage, PVA fixative, SAF.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
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PRICE
$143.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
2666
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunology and Serology
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1-2 days
TESTS INCLUDED
NTproBNP
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
1 mL EDTA plasma; spin and separate plasma into in WTT (White Top Tube).
TEST COMPONENTS
  • CARDIOPET proBNP
NORMAL
100 pmol/L or less. No evidence of increased stretch and stress on the myocardium. Clinically significant disease is unlikely at this time.
ABNORMAL*
101 pmol/L or more. There is evidence of increased stretch and stress on the myocardium. Additional diagnostics are recommended to assess clinical significance.
NOTES
*Additional diagnostics to assess symptomatic cat: Thoracic radiographs, an echocardiogram and additional blood tests (e.g. CBC, biochemical profile, T4) are recommended. If declined, consider a diuretic treatment trial. Consider measurement of systolic blood pressure and cytologic evaluation of effusions. Echocardiography generally provides the most accurate information regarding cardiac structure and function.
INTERFERENCE
Prolonged contact with glass and aged samples may have decreased levels. Severe azotemia, cardiac arrhythmias, systemic hypertension, and pulmonary hypertension may elevate Cardiopet® proBNP levels.

PRICE
$63.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
375
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Hematology Analysis
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day
TESTS INCLUDED
IDEXX CBC®.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
TEST COMPONENTS
  • Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count
  • Hematocrit (HCT)
  • Hemoglobin (HGB)
  • Mean Cell Volume (MCV)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
  • Reticulocytes (RETIC; % and #)
  • Reticulocyte Hemoglobin (RETIC-HGB)
  • White blood cell (WBC) Count
  • Neutrophils (NEU; % and #)
  • Lymphocytes (LYM; % and #)
  • Monocytes (MONO; % and #)
  • Eosinophils (EOS; % and #)
  • Basophils (BASO; % and #)
  • Platelet (PLT) Count
NOTES
The IDEXX CBC® is available for canine, feline and equine patients only and is recommended when performing routine preanesthetic or preventative care screening on clinically healthy animals. For evaluation of sick animals, please see test code 300, IDEXX CBC-Select®. Reticulocytes and reticulocyte hemoglobin are performed on all canine and feline CBCs regardless of the presence of anemia.
INTERFERENCE
Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$210.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3540
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 days for RealPCR panel; allow additional time for speciation or sub-typing.
TESTS INCLUDED
Fever of Unknown Origin RealPCR™ Panel .
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
TEST COMPONENTS
  • Anaplasma Spp.
  • Bartonella Spp.
  • Candidatus Mycoplasma Haemominutum
  • Candidatus Mycoplasma Turicensis
  • Cryptococcosis Spp.
  • Cytauxzoon Felis
  • Ehrlichia Spp.
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
POSITIVE RESULTS
A positive Fever of Unknown Origin RealPCR Panel result indicates that DNA or RNA of that organism(s) was detected in the sample submitted. In animals with clinical signs, this supports infection. Zoonotic potential may exist for certain organisms. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. If positive for feline coronavirus (FCoV), the FIP Virus RealPCR Test should be considered to differentiate the virulent feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV) biotype from the nonvirulent feline enteric coronavirus (FECV) biotype.
NEGATIVE RESULTS
A negative Fever of Unknown Origin RealPCR Panel result indicates that DNA or RNA of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the numbers of organisms being below the limit of detection, a decreased number of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of new strain variations. If FIP is suspected, the FIP Virus RealPCR Test (test code 3630) on an appropriate specimen (e.g. peritoneal, pleural or CSF fluid or tissue biopsy or aspirate) could be considered.
INTERFERENCE
Poor sample quality, aged sample, recent antimicrobial therapy..

PRICE
$340.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3236
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
5-9 days
TESTS INCLUDED
FIP mRNA.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
0.5 mL pleural or abdominal fluid in in a WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated. Do NOT Freeze.
TEST COMPONENTS
  • FIP mRNA
NEGATIVE
FIP viral mRNA not detectable.
LOW POSITIVE
<50 copies/specimen. Interpretation must be correlated with clinical signs.
HIGH POSITIVE
>50 copies/specimen. Interpretation must be correlated with clinical signs

PRICE
$208.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3293
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for 24 pet food components.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Barley
  • Beef
  • Beet Pulp
  • Brewer's Yeast
  • Chicken
  • Corn
  • Duck
  • Egg
  • Fish Mix
  • Ground Flaxseed
  • Kangaroo
  • Lamb
  • Liver (beef)
  • Milk
  • Oats
  • Pinto Beans
  • Pork
  • Potato (white)
  • Rabbit
  • Rice
  • Soybean
  • Turkey
  • Venison
  • Wheat
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$163.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
CLINIC RATE (RETAIL VALUE)
$293.24
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 19999
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 day
TESTS INCLUDED
Chem 25 with IDEXX SDMA® Test, IDEXX CBC.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL serum; spin and separate serum into WTT (White Top Tube), AND 1 mL EDTA whole blood in LTT (Lavender Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Blood Serum up to 7 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. EDTA Whole Blood up to 3 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: CHEMISTRY
  • ALB/GLOB Ratio
  • Albumin
  • ALP
  • ALT
  • Anion Gap
  • AST
  • Bilirubin Conjugated
  • Bilirubin Unconjugated
  • BUN
  • BUN/Creatinine Ratio
  • Calcium
  • Chloride
  • Cholesterol
  • Creatine Kinase
  • Creatinine
  • GGT
  • Globulin
  • Glucose
  • Hemolysis Index
  • Lipemia Index
  • NA/K Ratio
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • SDMA
  • Sodium
  • TCO2 (Bicarbonate)
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Total Protein
TEST COMPONENTS: HEMATOLOGY & COAGULATION
  • Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count
  • Hematocrit (HCT)
  • Hemoglobin (HGB)
  • Mean Cell Volume (MCV)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
  • Reticulocytes (RETIC; % and #)
  • Reticulocyte Hemoglobin (RETIC-HGB)
  • White blood cell (WBC) Count
  • Neutrophils (NEU; % and #)
  • Lymphocytes (LYM; % and #)
  • Monocytes (MONO; % and #)
  • Eosinophils (EOS; % and #)
  • Basophils (BASO; % and #)
  • Platelet (PLT) Count
INTERFERENCE
Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold.
NOTES
[Chemistry] Blood film evaluation by technician performed on all specimens for RBC and WBC morphology and parasite screen, pathologist review automatically performed based on established guidelines or unclassified cells are seen. [PCR] Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive. Includes strain identification for influenza A virus if PCR positive. Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[Chemistry] Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold. [PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
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PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3284
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Acacia (172)
  • Alder, Red (217)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Eucalyptus (196)
  • Kochia, Firebrush (42)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Olive (123)
  • Orange (247)
  • Palm (216)
  • Russian Thistle (59)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Scale Mix (P9)
  • Walnut, Black (140)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3285
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Alder, Red (217)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Elm (P32)
  • Hackberry (98)
  • Kochia, Firebrush (42)
  • Mesquite (111)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Nettle (36)
  • Russian Olive (479)
  • Russian Thistle (59)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Scale Mix (P9)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3286
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Acacia (172)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Arizona Cypress (244)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Mesquite (111)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Olive (123)
  • Palm (216)
  • Russian Thistle (59)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Scale Mix (P9)
  • Scale Mix (P9)
  • Walnut, Black (140)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3283
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Alder, Red (217)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Elm (P32)
  • Kochia, Firebrush (42)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Nettle (36)
  • Olive (123)
  • Russian Thistle (59)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Scale Mix (P9)
  • Walnut, Black (140)
  • White Pine (480)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3289
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Birch (P31)
  • Corn Pollen (149)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Elm (P32)
  • Hackberry (98)
  • Hickory/Pecan (P34)
  • Kochia, Firebrush (42)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Orchard (20)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Sycamore (138)
  • Wheat Pollen (31)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3288
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Alder, Red (217)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Bayberry/Wax Myrtle (173)
  • Beech (76)
  • Birch (P31)
  • Cottonwood (87)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Elm (P32)
  • Hazelnut (99)
  • Hickory/Pecan (P34)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Sweet Vernal (27)
  • Sycamore (138)
  • Walnut, Black (140)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3290
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (Po216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Bahia (231)
  • Bald Cypress (193)
  • Bayberry/Wax Myrtle (173)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Dog Fennel (184)
  • Elm (P32)
  • Hickory/Pecan (P34)
  • Mucor Mix (Mo11)
  • Palm (216)
  • Sage Mix (P8)
  • Sweet Gum (137)
  • Sycamore (138)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Walnut, Black (140)
  • Willow, Black (142)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$228.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
3287
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Immunoglobulin
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 6 days
TESTS INCLUDED
IgE for common core allergens plus IgE for environmental allergens specific to the region, including pollens (from weeds, trees and grasses), molds, flea and mites.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, completed Pet History Form (recommended).
TEST COMPONENTS: COMMON
  • Ash Mix (P30)
  • Aspergillus (M3)
  • Bermuda (2)
  • Cedar, Red Juniper (84)
  • Cephalosporium (M6)
  • Cladosporium (M9)
  • Cocklebur (33)
  • Dandelion (159)
  • Dock/Sorrel Mix (PO216)
  • Dust Mite-D Farinae (B51)
  • Dust Mite-D Pteronyssinus (B58)
  • English Plantain (54)
  • Flea (B22)
  • Goldenrod (37)
  • Johnson (15)
  • Kentucky Blue/June (16)
  • Lamb'S Quarters (43)
  • Maple Mix (P36)
  • Meadow Fescue (14)
  • Mulberry, Red (112)
  • Oak Mix (P38)
  • Penicillium (M19)
  • Perennial Rye (24)
  • Pigweed Mix (P5)
  • Pine Mix (P37)
  • Pullularia/Aureobasidium (M21)
  • Quack Grass (11)
  • Ragweed Mix (P1)
  • Red Top (22)
  • Stemphylium (M33)
  • Storage Mite-Acarus Siro (B72)
  • Storage Mite-Tyrophagus (B73)
  • Timothy (28)
TEST COMPONENTS: REGIONAL
  • Acacia (172)
  • Alternaria (M1)
  • Australian Pine (207)
  • Bahia (231)
  • Bald Cypress (193)
  • Bayberry/Wax Myrtle (173)
  • Blomia Tropicala (B63)
  • Curvularia/Dreshlaria (M45)
  • Dog Fennel (184)
  • Mango (257)
  • Melaleuca (221)
  • Mucor Mix (MO11)
  • Orange (247)
  • Palm (216)
  • Pepper Tree (258)
INTERFERENCE
Icterus, hemolysis and lipemia do not interfere. Immunosuppressive therapy may have some effect.

PRICE
$163.00
+ $12.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
807
IDEXX TEST TYPE
Serology
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1-3 days
TESTS INCLUDED
Testosterone
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum (RTT only, no SST)
TEST COMPONENTS
  • Testosterone Quantification
REFERENCE RANGE - MALE INTACT
1.0 to 6.0 ng/mL
REFERENCE RANGE - MALE CASTRATED
< 0.5 ng/mL
REFERENCE RANGE - FEMALE
< 0.2 ng/mL
NOTES
Please indicate whether patient is neutered or intact. Intact male cats tested during the nonbreeding season (September to February) may have very low levels of testosterone.
INTERFERENCE
EDTA anticoagulant decreases values; SST gel.
Collection Pack: COMPREHENSIVE

PRICE
$195.00
+ $17.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
2541
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 Days
TESTS INCLUDED
Chem 25 with IDEXX SDMA® Test, IDEXX CBC-Select®, FeLV antigen and FIV antibody by ELISA, Upper Respiratory Disease RealPCR™ Panel-Feline.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
2 mL Serum, 1 mL LTT (EDTA Whole Blood), deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab, in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a serum tube or an empty, sterile tube; keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: CHEMISTRY
  • ALB/GLOB Ratio
  • Albumin
  • ALP
  • ALT
  • Anion Gap
  • AST
  • Bilirubin Conjugated
  • Bilirubin Unconjugated
  • BUN
  • BUN/Creatinine Ratio
  • Calcium
  • Chloride
  • Cholesterol
  • Creatine Kinase
  • Creatinine
  • GGT
  • Globulin
  • Glucose
  • Hemolysis Index
  • Lipemia Index
  • NA/K Ratio
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • SDMA
  • Sodium
  • TCO2 (Bicarbonate)
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Total Protein
TEST COMPONENTS: HEMATOLOGY & COAGULATION
  • Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count
  • Hematocrit (HCT)
  • Hemoglobin (HGB)
  • Mean Cell Volume (MCV)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
  • Reticulocytes (RETIC; % and #)
  • Reticulocyte Hemoglobin (RETIC-HGB)
  • White blood cell (WBC) Count
  • Neutrophils (NEU; % and #)
  • Lymphocytes (LYM; % and #)
  • Monocytes (MONO; % and #)
  • Eosinophils (EOS; % and #)
  • Basophils (BASO; % and #)
  • Platelet (PLT) Count
TEST COMPONENTS: IMMUNOLOGY & SEROLOGY
  • FeLV Antigen (Elisa)
  • FIV Antibody
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1) Quant
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (includes H1N1, H3N2, H3N8, H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
NOTES
Blood film evaluation by technician performed on all specimens for RBC and WBC morphology and parasite screen, pathologist review automatically performed based on established guidelines or unclassified cells are seen.
INTERFERENCE
Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold.

PRICE
$275.00
+ $17.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
2954
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
2 - 4 Days
TESTS INCLUDED
Chem 27 with IDEXX SDMA® Test, IDEXX CBC-Select®, feline Cardiopet® proBNP Test, FeLV antigen and FIV antibody by ELISA, feline coronavirus (FCoV) antibody by IFA, feline heartworm antigen by ELISA, total T4, urinalysis.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS
4 mL Serum, 1 mL LTT (EDTA Whole Blood), 5 mL Urine in a sterile container; keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: CHEMISTRY
  • ALB/GLOB Ratio
  • Albumin
  • ALP
  • ALT
  • Amylase
  • Anion Gap
  • AST
  • Bilirubin Conjugated
  • Bilirubin Unconjugated
  • BUN
  • BUN/Creatinine Ratio
  • Calcium
  • Chloride
  • Cholesterol
  • Creatine Kinase
  • Creatinine
  • GGT
  • Globulin
  • Glucose
  • Hemolysis Index
  • Lipemia Index
  • NA/K Ratio
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • SDMA
  • Sodium
  • T4
  • TCO2 (Bicarbonate)
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Total Protein
TEST COMPONENTS: HEMATOLOGY & COAGULATION
  • Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count
  • Hematocrit (HCT)
  • Hemoglobin (HGB)
  • Mean Cell Volume (MCV)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
  • Reticulocytes (RETIC; % and #)
  • Reticulocyte Hemoglobin (RETIC-HGB)
  • White blood cell (WBC) Count
  • Neutrophils (NEU; % and #)
  • Lymphocytes (LYM; % and #)
  • Monocytes (MONO; % and #)
  • Eosinophils (EOS; % and #)
  • Basophils (BASO; % and #)
  • Platelet (PLT) Count
TEST COMPONENTS: IMMUNOLOGY & SEROLOGY
  • Cardiopet proBNP (Feline)
  • FeCoV Antibody
  • Feline HW Antigen
  • FeLV Antigen (Elisa)
  • FIV Antibody
TEST COMPONENTS:URINALYSIS
  • Addcast
  • Addcrys
  • Bacteria
  • Bilirubin
  • Blood
  • Casts
  • Clarity
  • Color
  • Crystals
  • Epi Cell
  • Glucose
  • Ketones
  • Mucus
  • Ph
  • Protein
  • Rbc
  • Specific Gravity
  • Urobilinogen
  • Wbc
NOTES
Blood film evaluation by technician performed on all specimens for RBC and WBC morphology and parasite screen, pathologist review automatically performed based on established guidelines or unclassified cells are seen.
INTERFERENCE
Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold.

IDEXX TEST REQUISITION
PRICE
$300.00
+ $17.50 Collection Pack
IDEXX TEST CODE
IDEXX 2541-3882
IDEXX TEST TYPE
REQUIRED SUPPLIES
TURNAROUND TIME
1 - 4 Days
TESTS INCLUDED
Chem 25 with IDEXX SDMA Test / IDEXX CBC-Select / FeLV antigen and FIV antibody by ELISA / Upper Respiratory Disease RealPCR Panel-Feline / Diarrhea RealPCR Panel (Comprehensive)—Feline / Fecal Dx® Profile
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 2541
2 mL serum; spin and separate serum into WTT (White Top Tube). 1 mL EDTA whole blood in LTT (Lavender Top Tube). Deep pharyngeal swab (with visible organic material on swab; please rub firmly) and a conjunctival swab (wipe eye clean, swab inside of eyelid) in the same tube. Please submit dry, plastic-stemmed swabs, without transport media, in a WTT (White Top Tube); keep refrigerated.
SPECIMEN REQUIREMENTS: 3882
Submit separate specimens for RealPCR and DX Profile. Two containers each containing: 3 – 5 g (1 g minimum) fresh feces in a sterile container, RTFC (Red Top Fecal Container) preferred; keep refrigerated.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
Blood Serum up to 7 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. EDTA Whole Blood up to 3 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Pharyngeal and Conjunctival Swab up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated. Fresh Feces up to 10 days at 36° to 46° F (2° to 8° C), keep refrigerated.
TEST COMPONENTS: REFERRED
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica
  • Chlamydophila Felis (C. felis)
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)
  • Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FHV-1) Quant
  • Influenza Virus (H7N2)
  • Influenza A Virus (includes H1N1, H3N2, H3N8, H7N2)
  • Mycoplasma Felis (Mhf)
  • Campylobacter Coli
  • Campylobacter Jejuni
  • Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) gene Quant
  • Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) gene Quant
  • Cryptosporidium Spp.
  • Feline Coronavirus (FeCoV)
  • Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  • Giardia Spp.
  • Salmonella Spp.
  • Toxoplasma Gondii
  • Tritrichomonas Blagburni (formerly foetus)
  • Fecal Ova and Parasites
  • Flea Tapeworm Antigen
  • Hookworm Antigen
  • Roundworm Antigen
  • Whipworm Antigen
TEST COMPONENTS: CHEMISTRY
  • ALB/GLOB Ratio
  • Albumin
  • ALP
  • ALT
  • Anion Gap
  • AST
  • Bilirubin Conjugated
  • Bilirubin Unconjugated
  • BUN
  • BUN/Creatinine Ratio
  • Calcium
  • Chloride
  • Cholesterol
  • Creatine Kinase
  • Creatinine
  • GGT
  • Globulin
  • Glucose
  • Hemolysis Index
  • Lipemia Index
  • NA/K Ratio
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • SDMA
  • Sodium
  • TCO2 (Bicarbonate)
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Total Protein
TEST COMPONENTS: HEMATOLOGY & COAGULATION
  • Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count
  • Hematocrit (HCT)
  • Hemoglobin (HGB)
  • Mean Cell Volume (MCV)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
  • Reticulocytes (RETIC; % and #)
  • Reticulocyte Hemoglobin (RETIC-HGB)
  • White blood cell (WBC) Count
  • Neutrophils (NEU; % and #)
  • Lymphocytes (LYM; % and #)
  • Monocytes (MONO; % and #)
  • Eosinophils (EOS; % and #)
  • Basophils (BASO; % and #)
  • Platelet (PLT) Count
TEST COMPONENTS: IMMUNOLOGY & SEROLOGY
  • FeLV Antigen (Elisa)
  • FIV Antibody
INTERPRETATION: NEGATIVE
[2541] Result supports the absence of an infectious cause by these organisms for the clinical signs. PCR may not detect 100% of the isolates for the tested pathogens in a chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation. [3882] Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was not detected in the sample submitted. However, a negative PCR result may be caused by the number of organisms being below the limit of detection, decreased numbers of organisms following treatment or chronic carrier state, or the occurrence of a new strain variation.
INTERPRETATION: POSITIVE
[2541] Result indicates the detected organism(s) is likely an infectious cause for the clinical signs. Additional causes for the clinical signs should be assessed separately. Vaccination with a modified live vaccine may result in positive results for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. [3882] Result indicates that the nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) of that organism(s) was detected in the fecal sample. In a patient with diarrhea, this supports infection. Vaccination with a modified live coronavirus vaccine may result in a positive result for up to a few weeks post-vaccination. Clostridium perfringens toxin genes (CPA and CPE) positive PCR results should be interpreted based on their quantitative levels. Note that recent or concurrent antibiotic against Clostridium will lower the quantitative levels. In animals with CPA or CPE gene copies > 300 Thous/g feces, the toxin may be contributing to clinical signs of diarrhea. In animals where the number of copies of the gene is below the cut-off, this toxin is unlikely to be contributing to diarrhea.
NOTES
[Chemistry] Blood film evaluation by technician performed on all specimens for RBC and WBC morphology and parasite screen, pathologist review automatically performed based on established guidelines or unclassified cells are seen. [PCR] Includes quantification of feline herpesvirus type 1 (FHV-1) viral particles if PCR positive. Includes strain identification for influenza A virus if PCR positive. Includes quantification of Clostridium Perfringens Alpha Toxin (CPA) and Clostridium Perfringens Enterotoxin (CPE) genes if PCR positive.
INTERFERENCE
[Chemistry] Excess anticoagulant, clotted sample, lipemia, hemolysis, aged samples, traumatic venipuncture, slow draw, large platelets, platelet clumping, extremes of heat or cold. [PCR] Poor sample quality; aged sample; recent vaccination with modified live vaccines; recent antimicrobial therapy. [Fecal O&P] Small sample, aged sample, freezing, non-formalin fixatives, samples contacting ground for >= 30 minutes.
DISCLAIMER
The coronavirus test included in this panel is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent in COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans.
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