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Dogs < 120 seconds
Cats < 100
Horse < 45
The above values are taken from the literature from use with tubes
of a different brand of tube, and should only be used as a
FOR VETERINARY USE
are non-sterile. We
recommend phlebotomy be done with a catheter of at least five
inches in length, which is equipped with a multi-sample luer
tubes have not been validated in any controlled animal studies,
and Haematologic Technologies makes no claims of performance or
suitability as a screening test for coagulopathy.
The responsibility for achieving accurate and clinically
useful results with SCAT-ACT tubes rests solely with the
Veterinarian and/or individual performing the test.
Good laboratory practice dictates that each clinic should
establish its own reference values by running 5 to 10 known normal
Technologies, Inc. is NOT responsible for any
injuries or illness that may occur as a result from the use of
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Shane W. Bateman DVM, DVSc, Karol A. Mathews DVM, DVSc (1999)
Comparison of Axillary And Heating Block Methods of Activated
Clotting Time (ACT) in Dogs; Journal of Veterinary Emergency and
Critical Care 9 (2) , 79–82
Normal Values above:
Coles and Rich: Evaluation of Hemostasis and Coagulation Disorders
in Veterinary Laboratory Medicine.
, W.B. Saunders, 1987, 43-49
Harold: Hemostatis Abnormalities in Small Animal Clinical
Diagnosis by Laboratory Methods edited by Willard, Tvedten, and
, W.B. Saunders 1989, pp. 86-101
J.H. and E.D. Lassen: Activated Coagulation Times of
Clinical Pathology 1979, VIII, p. 31