Quality assured diagnostics are important for ensuring responsible use of medicines in animals and providing appropriate treatment in a rapid way. Use of diagnostic tools help with more targeted treatments and prevention ensuring better animal health and welfare.

Screening tests are one of the most common form of diagnostics which are used for animals with no clinical signs of illness in order to detect the possibility of a disease. And confirmatory tests can be used for animal with signs of illness in order to confirm the diagnosis or classify a disease status. Advances in animal healthcare have seen a large array of diagnostic tests being made available for veterinary use, and various modern diagnostic modalities are often routinely used on both farms and for companion animal care.

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