Always include the Catalyst Total T4 Test when running blood work on a senior dog or cat.
1 in 7 profiles run on seemingly healthy adult dogs show a low total T4 result, indicating hypothyroidism or a nonthyroidal illness.1
1 in 10 cats will be affected by hyperthyroidism in their lifetime.2
Dr. Graham Bilbrough’s blog post shares details on research published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. It shows that in-house TT4 testing can be as accurate as reference laboratory testing.3,4
Watch these short videos in which Dr. Graham Bilbrough discusses total T4 results, treatment, and monitoring for canine and feline patients.
It takes just seconds to add the Catalyst Total T4 Test to your profiles for a comprehensive look at your patients' thyroid health.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about using the Catalyst Total T4 Test
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