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Veterinary Diagnostics

"The Best in Veterinary Medical Technology"

Types of Veterinary Diagnostic Tests

Rapid, In-Clinical Identification of Biomarkers

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Cardiac

Detection and monitoring of heart disease in dogs and cats, including MMVD and DCM

  • Feline NT-proBNP

  • Canine TnI

  • Canine NT-proBNP

  • Feline TnI

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Pancreatitis

Definite diagnosis of Pancreatitis in dogs and cats

  • cPL (canine Pancreasspecific Lipase)

  • fPL (feline Pancreasspecific Lipase)

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Hormones

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Acute Inflammation

Earlier detection of acute inflammation in dogs and cats

  • Feline SAA

  • Canine CRP

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Coagulation

Highly sensitive marker for thromboembolism

  • Canine D-dimer

A hormone marker for Cushing’s and Addison’s diseases

  • Canine Cortisol

A hormone marker for diagnosis of thyroid gland diseases

  • T4 (Thyroxine)

  • Canine TSH

For determining optimal breeding dates

  • Canine Progesterone

How does the Vcheck V200 work? 

Bionote's Vcheck V200 analyzer for veterinary fluorescence immunoassay can help point-of-care testing for various biomarkers, in-clinic at smaller practices and clinics. It helps check quantitative measurement of biomarker levels in serum, plasma and whole blood delivered for analysis via one of Vcheck’s 13 biomarker test strips. As a multiple test analyzer, the V200 can be used as a complement to your point of care lab for time-saving diagnosis and faster initiation of treatment plans along with significant cost savings per test. Vcheck is proven to be reliable, providing precise results rapidly.

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What Our Customers Are Saying

"We added the Bionote Vcheck to our practice in February, we are very pleased with it. It is saving us time and money on tests we were already running, and it has allowed us to offer new tests to our clients in house that we were having to send out."

Marnie Ann Cannon, Stone Ridge Veterinary Clinic