Blood Test Takes the Lead with Veterinarians Worldwide: Eleven of the top
international Veterinarians gather to discuss how SAA has changed the way they
Watch the round table discussion on SAA here StableLab Innovators Circle
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Dec. 6, 2014 - On the fringes of AAEP
Convention 2014, gathered eleven of the world's top equine veterinarians to share
their experiences of Serum Amlyoid A, the new biomarker for infection.
These veterinarians gathered together as they all share a
common belief a belief that SAA has helped change the way in which they
practice. Professor Fairfield Bain highlighted that "We may not know all of the
answers about (SAA) but it seems like it's changing how almost everybody is
making a decision."
This roundtable discussion was raw, unscripted, and full of
real experiences, expressed by those who have integrated Serum Amlyoid A into
their practices. The outcome was compelling.
The StableLab equine blood test detects and
measures Serum Amyloid A (SAA), a major inflammatory response protein that
specifically responds to inflammation caused by infection. This hand-held,
convenient equine blood test delivers lab-accurate results at the horse's side
within minutes. Empowered with this definitive information regarding the
presence of systemic disease, veterinarians rely on StableLab as a critical
tool for introducing appropriate treatment and monitoring response to