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Developed in conjunction with leading veterinary institutions, these filters offer an easy to use and much improved method of determining Worm Egg Counts (WEC) on Cattle, Sheep and Horses. They are single use devices for in vitro use only.
Flotation methods for WEC can require several Specific Gravity solutions to
Key advantages you will notice are
3g of faeces is weighed, mixed with 42mls of water (IMM) or 42mls sat. salt solution (MM) and the granules
Mix filtered through 425 micro pored. Filtrate is then poured straight into a Mcmaster slide or a modified Mcmaster method.
Centrifuged and resuspended in salt solution (modified Mcmaster method)
NO MORE MESSY AND TIME CONSUMING SIEVING!
Proven to provide egg counts in line with traditional methods
Independent testing by a leading Veterinary Laboratory found that Veterinary Parasep gave comparible Worm Egg Counts to both the Modified McMaster and the Improved Modified MacMaster techniques. This comparison was undertaken for Ovine, Bovine and Equine samples.
Trial users at independant veteirnary practices said
"We have found the technique easy to use and quick to perform - the instructions provided are clear and easy to follow making it simple even for those who have never prepared a sample for faecal egg counting before."
"We find that using our own practice lab for these smaples allows us to return results back to clients much faster than if we had to post a sample to a lab. We are also able to offer the client a lower price. Samples can be processed by a vet or a nuse (whomever is free at the time), with results reported on a standard practice form!.
Validated by the Veterinary Laboratories Agency for repeatable and accurate Worm Egg Counts with Ovine, Bovine and Equine faecal samples.