QuickVet®

QuickVet®

The QuickVet® is a device that let´s you examine the coagulation of your patients, as well as the blood type. Be save ahead the operation - by examinating the coagulation of your patients. Blood typing detection runs on DEA 1.1. 

Product description

Coagulation diagnostics directly in your practice

Convince yourself of the easy operation and reliable test results of the QuickVet® and determine the PT and aPTT directly in your practice. The simultaneous determination of PT and aPTT in a test cartridge, saves you valuable time. The QuickVet® provides you within a few minutes the test results so that you can start just in emergency situations or when an intoxication with coumarin derivatives directly with your therapy. Likewise, you will receive fast and secure an overview of the coagulation status of your patients before each operation.

Easy to use

Thanks to the intuitive user interface of the device and the minimum steps, the QuickVet® is great with test performance and usability. The analyzer works with pre-calibrated reagents that are already included in the ready-made test card. An elaborate sample and reagent preparation is not necessary.

Just three steps are necessary for your results:

  • 1. Insert the cartridge into the analyzer
  • 2. Put in the patient data
  • 3. After a short incubation period, add the sample material

Determination of the acute phase protein fibrinogen in dogs and horses

Fibrinogen plays not only an important role in clotting, it also is an acute phase protein and is used for the diagnosis of inflammatory diseases especially. In case of inflammation fibrinogen responding as a positive acute phase protein in dogs and horses. The fibrinogen concentration can rise to up to 10-fold concentration in 24 to 72 hours.

Result Interpretation

The QuickVet® supplies in addition to the interpretation of results notes. These are mainly in the blood group typing and especially helpful in animals with inconclusive results of blood typing. These animals exhibit a weak positive response to DEA 1.1. It is discussed whether it might be in these dogs to animals with blood type 1.2. If these dogs used as blood donors, the blood may be transfused only DEA 1.1 positive dogs to prevent sensitization. Need these dogs even a blood transfusion must be administered them but DEA 1.1 negative blood. Basically a cross test must be carried out before any blood transfusion.