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A1 Care Test Kit By Vedco Pet Otc(Vet)

Manufacturer: Vedco 
MWI SKU: 063963 
Manf Code: BAYC-0001 
RX: No  
Human Label: No  
Visit AmericanPharmaWholesale.com for over 100,000 items of Health & Beauty at Retail@Wholesale prices.ACEPROMAZINE 25MGItem Number:Vetotc063963<Br>Manufacturer: Vedco <Br>MW SKU: 063963 <Br>Manf Code: Bayc-0001 <Br>Rx: No <Br>Human Label: No <Br>

A1 Care Test Kit By Vedco Pet Otc(Vet)

$479.70$343.91

Item Number:Vetotc063963
Manufacturer: Vedco
MW SKU: 063963
Manf Code: Bayc-0001
Rx: No
Human Label: No

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A1Care is indicated for determining average blood glucose level in dogs and cats. A1Care tests the presence of glucose in the hemoglobin and it provides an average blood glucose level path backward over the prior 70 days in cats and 110 days in dogs. No refrigeration required. Results are sent via email within 24 hours after receipt of mail-in test.
THE INCIDENCE OF DIABETES MELLITUS
IN CANINES AND FELINES IS INCREASING
According to a Banfield Pet Hospital report "the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in dogs increased from 13.1 cases per 10,000 in 2006 to
23.6 cases per 10,000 in 2015-a 79.7 percent increase." And "the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in cats increased from 57.2 cases per 10,000 in 2006 to 67.6 cases per 10,000 in 2015."1
THE GOLD STANDARD DIABETES TEST FOR HUMANS
IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR PRACTICE
Now available for both canines and felines, our A1c test gives you up to 6 times more historical average glucose levels (70 days for felines and 110 days for canines) than was previously available.
A1CARE IS SIMPLE AND EASY TO USE
A1Care is a glycohemoglobin (A1c) dried blood spot diagnostic test.
Simply complete the Test Request Form and collect enough blood to
fill the 2 discs on the form. Place the completed form into the provided postage-paid envelope and drop in the mail. Your test results will be emailed to you within 24 hours.
WHY A1CARE IS A BETTER ALTERNATIVE
Most veterinarians currently use glucose meters and/or Fructosamine to test for and to monitor diabetes in their patients.
Glucose meters only measure blood glucose at that moment and can be impacted by animal stress, especially in felines. Resulting blood glucose curves are difficult and labor intensive to maintain.
According to recent scientific journals, Fructosamine test only provides a average 1–2 week blood glucose level. The test is hard to run reliably from a lab setting, requiring the drawing and collection of blood in a heparinized tube that is then chilled and sent to a regional lab.
A1Care
Fructosamine
Glucose
Hemolysis causes test failure
No
Yes
Yes
Impacted by stress hyperglycemia
No
Yes
Yes
Average glucose levels per test
~3 months +
7–14 days
1 instant
A LITTLE ABOUT A1C
When hemoglobin and glucose bond, a coating of sugar forms on the hemoglobin that gets thicker when there's more sugar in the blood. An A1c test checks the amount of sugar bound to the hemoglobin in red blood cells. Since red blood cells have a lifespan of 70 days for felines and 110 days for canines, an A1c test will show how much glucose was in the blood for that period. The test shows how well diabetes has been controlled and whether a diabetes treatment plan needs to be altered.
WHAT SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ARE SAYING ABOUT A1C
In a paper published by Elliott, Nelson, Feldman and Neal2,
"Glycosylated Hemoglobin Concentration for Assessment of Glycemic Control in Diabetic Cats," it was demonstrated that the "Evaluation of blood GHb (A1c) concentration may be a clinically useful test for monitoring gylcemic control of diabetes in cats…."
Additionally a paper published by Lien and Huang3, "Glycosylated Hemoglobin Concentrations in Dogs with Hyperadrenocorticism
and/or Diabetes Mellitus Compared to Clinically Healthy Dogs,"
stated "Our results showed that HbA1c levels correlated with blood glucose concentration, and significantly increased in diabetic dogs. These findings corroborate the findings of previous studies. HbA1c concentrations were also correlated to pack cell volume and
hemoglobin levels. Because the relationship between HbA1c and plasma glucose concentration is multifaceted, interpretation of
HbA1c levels should consider pack cell volume and hemoglobin concentration data in addition to blood glucose data."
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A LITTLE ABOUT A1C
When hemoglobin and glucose bond, a coating of sugar forms on the hemoglobin that gets thicker when there's more sugar in the blood. An A1c test checks the amount of sugar bound to the hemoglobin in red blood cells. Since red blood cells have a lifespan of 70 days for felines and 110 days for canines, an A1c test will show how much glucose was in the blood for that period. The test shows how well diabetes has been controlled and whether a diabetes treatment plan needs to be altered.
WHAT SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ARE SAYING ABOUT A1C
In a paper published by Elliott, Nelson, Feldman and Neal2,
"Glycosylated Hemoglobin Concentration for Assessment of Glycemic Control in Diabetic Cats," it was demonstrated that the "Evaluation of blood GHb (A1c) concentration may be a clinically useful test for monitoring gylcemic control of diabetes in cats…."
Additionally a paper published by Lien and Huang3, "Glycosylated Hemoglobin Concentrations in Dogs with Hyperadrenocorticism
and/or Diabetes Mellitus Compared to Clinically Healthy Dogs,"
stated "Our results showed that HbA1c levels correlated with blood glucose concentration, and significantly increased in diabetic dogs. These findings corroborate the findings of previous studies. HbA1c concentrations were also correlated to pack cell volume and
hemoglobin levels. Because the relationship between HbA1c and plasma glucose concentration is multifaceted, interpretation of
HbA1c levels should consider pack cell volume and hemoglobin concentration data in addition to blood glucose data."

Now available for both canines and felines, our A1c test gives you up to 6 times more historical average glucose levels (70 days for felines and 110 days for canines) than was previously available.
A1CARE IS SIMPLE AND EASY TO USE
A1Care is a glycohemoglobin (A1c) dried blood spot diagnostic test.
Simply complete the Test Request Form and collect enough blood to
fill the 2 discs on the form. Place the completed form into the provided postage-paid envelope and drop in the mail. Your test results will be emailed to you within 24 hours.
WHY A1CARE IS A BETTER ALTERNATIVE
Most veterinarians currently use glucose meters and/or Fructosamine to test for and to monitor diabetes in their patients.

Manufacturer: Vedco 
MWI SKU: 063963 
Manf Code: BAYC-0001 
RX: No  
Human Label: No
A1 Care Test Kit
Manufacturer: Vedco MWI SKU: 063963 Manf Code: BAYC-0001 RX: No Human Label: No

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Item Number:Vetotc063963<Br>Manufacturer: Vedco <Br>MW SKU: 063963 <Br>Manf Code: Bayc-0001 <Br>Rx: No <Br>Human Label: No <Br>
A1 Care Test Kit By Vedco Pet Otc(Vet)
Item Number:Vetotc063963
Manufacturer: Vedco
MW SKU: 063963
Manf Code: Bayc-0001
Rx: No
Human Label: No