Succeed Equine Fecal Blood Test

Succeed Fecal  BLOOD TEST
SKU : 3313D
Price: $34.95
Diagnostic aid in assessing GI tract conditions in equine patients
The SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test™ will tell you in about ten minutes if your horse has a digestive tract condition.

Proprietary SmartSignal Technology in the SUCCEED® FBT detects occult blood -- minute amounts of blood undetectable to the naked eye -- in the horse's manure as a sign of digestive tract ailments, including ulcers.

Contents
Contains one complete SUCCEED® equine fecal occult blood test, including:

  • 1 clear plastic container
  • 1 dual test cassette - contains both an albumin test (Test A) and a hemoglobin test (Test H)
  • 1 disposable sample pipette
  • 1 polyethylene glove
  • 1 instruction sheet
  • 1 desiccant pouch (for moisture)

Intended Use
The SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test™ (FBT) is a qualitative lateral-flow rapid test that detects horse hemoglobin and albumin in equine fecal specimens. The SUCCEED FBT is for veterinary use only, for use as a diagnostic aid in assessing GI tract conditions in their equine patients.

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The SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test™ will tell you in about ten minutes if your horse has a digestive tract condition.

Proprietary SmartSignal Technology in the SUCCEED® FBT detects occult blood -- minute amounts of blood undetectable to the naked eye -- in the horse's manure as a sign of digestive tract ailments, including ulcers.

Contents
Contains one complete SUCCEED® equine fecal occult blood test, including:

  • 1 clear plastic container
  • 1 dual test cassette - contains both an albumin test (Test A) and a hemoglobin test (Test H)
  • 1 disposable sample pipette
  • 1 polyethylene glove
  • 1 instruction sheet
  • 1 desiccant pouch (for moisture)

Intended Use
The SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test™ (FBT) is a qualitative lateral-flow rapid test that detects horse hemoglobin and albumin in equine fecal specimens. The SUCCEED FBT is for veterinary use only, for use as a diagnostic aid in assessing GI tract conditions in their equine patients.

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