‘Results are more than just a number’ How lab results are generated & should be interpreted

Clinical Pathology | 59 mins

We are all used to get results from external laboratories and from our in-house analysers; but, have we ever asked ourselves if those results are accurate and how those should be interpreted? In this webinar, we will talk about pre-analytical, analytical and post analytical errors, and we will see how breed, age and sex may affect laboratory results. To make this webinar very practical and useful for day-to-day practice, we will follow a case-based approach and simple laboratory tips will be provided.

Meet the speakers

Francesco Cian

Clinical pathology Specialist

Francesco qualified from University of Padua (Italy) with a DVM in 2006. He spent the next 4 years in small animal practice. In 2010, he started a residency program in Clinical Pathology at the University of Cambridge, which he finished in 2013 attaining both an ECVCP and FRCPath diploma. Francesco joined the Animal Health Trust in 2013 as Head of Clinical Pathology, and from September 2015 works for Battlab. Francesco has a special interest in lymphoproliferative disorders of dogs and cats and flow cytometry. He is member of the cytology exam committee of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ECVCP) and webmaster of the European Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ESVCP) website. He is author of several publications on peer-reviewed journals and of the cytology chapter of the BSAVA Manual of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (3ed). He is also Editor of the second edition of the book “Veterinary Cytology: Dog, Cat, Horse and Cow: Self-Assessment Color Review”.

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