Feline Thyroxin (fT4)
Thyroid impacts almost all organ functions, such as promote growth, regulate metabolism, increase oxygen consumption and heat production, neural excitation, etc. Blood TSH and T4 disorder lead to a decrease in thyroid function.
apid test in 10 minutes
Sensitive biomarker for feline thyroid function
Hyperthyroidism is one of the most common feline endocrine diseases. It is common in elder cats with an average age of 13. They often experience weight loss (95%), increased appetite (50%), and increased thirst and urination. Hyperthyroidism may also cause vomiting, diarrhea, and hyperactivity. The coat of affected cats may appear unkempt, matted, or greasy.
1: diagnose of feline hyper thyroid function
2: body checkup of Aged feline (4-6 years old and above)
3: monitor and prognosis
4: test before anesthesia