Moichor's Mission to Build a Better Reference Interval Library
Every journey requires a good map, but right now veterinarians are setting out on health expeditions without all the data to successfully complete the road to better animal health. We go into depth about how Moichor is making modern reference intervals as part of our goal to better equip veterinarians on their journeys.
Common Breed-Specific Abnormalities in Dog Hematology
There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to accurately assessing lab work and hematological results between dog breeds. Learn how to prevent overinterpretation of a single value through assessing cell count and cell morphology together for proper differential diagnosis construction.
The dog complete blood count (dog CBC) is a widely used tool in animal diagnostics around the world, but making sure to interpret reference intervals based on age is important for more accurate wellness statuses.
A feline CBC can reveal many things, but when presented with kittens, making sure to apply age-appropriate interpretations is key for a more accurate picture of health. Learn what age and differentials providers should consider with CBCs, and review the research behind these levels.