Feline Serum Amyloid A (SAA)
Feline serum amyloid A (SAA) is a timely sensitive biomarker of inflammation. SAA concentration rise quickly and abruptly when the cat has virus and bacterial infection.
SAA indicates feline inflammation level and recovery. Factors such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy, drug, antibiotic and hormone do not interfere with the SAA response.
5 min rapid test.Sensitive biomarker for feline inflammation
1: Distinguish bacterial infection from viral infections
2: possible inflammation: diagnose the possibility of inflammation and understand inflammation level
3: monitor: monitor the effects and make adjustment of the treatment
4: Post operation: surgery recovery, complications evaluation
5: guidance of using antibiotics: diagnose the necessity of antibiotics
6: body checkups: anticipate recessive diseases
Common Disease Applications
1: pyometra 2: Panniculitis 3: Acute Pancreatitis 4: internal bleeding, piercing 5: Lymphoepithelial carcinoma 6: Malignant mesothelioma 7: virus infection 8: bacterial infection 9: squamous cell carcinoma 10: adenocarcinoma 11：cholangitis 12：Gastroenteritis 13：Cystitis 14：respiratory organ 15：urinary calculi 16：Hyperthyroidism 17：Diabetes 18：renal failure