Diseases Recognized With Chemistry Panels

May 3, 2018

Anne Barger, DVM, MS, DACVP, clinical professor in pathobiology at University of Illinois, describes some of the disease processes that can be recognized with a chemistry panel.

Anne Barger, DVM, MS, DACVP, clinical professor in pathobiology at University of Illinois, describes some of the disease processes that can be recognized with a chemistry panel.

A chemistry profile is a screening test used to evaluate organ function. An animal that is in renal failure and an animal that may have liver disease have different analytes on a chemistry profile that you should be closely evaluating, Dr. Barger says.