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Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
Final  Powerpoint  Parasites
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  • 1. LAB REVIEW
    PARASITES
    &
    BLOOD CELLS
  • 2. Band Neutrophil
  • 3. Red Blood Cells
  • 4. Lymphocyte
  • 5. Eosinophil
  • 6. Platelets
  • 7. Basophil (in horses it is blue)
  • 8. Monocyte
  • 9. Segmented Neutrophil
  • 10. Tapeworm
  • 11. Hookworm
  • 12. Heartworm filaria
  • 13. Roundworm
  • 14. Coccidia
  • 15. Whipworm
  • 16. Mites
  • 17. Demodex
  • 18. Giardia
  • 19. FLEA
  • 20. Mite
  • 21. Babesia Canis
  • 22. Sucking Lice…………..Biting Lice
  • 23. Ehrlichia
  • 24.
  • 25. American Dog Tick….……..Deer Tick
  • 26. Lone Star Tick………Rocky Mtn Wood Tick
  • 27. Dirofilaria immitum….dipeteloma reconditum
  • 28. Hemobartonella???
  • 29. Avian Blood
  • 30. Warble or Cuterebra (fly larvae)
  • 31. Anaplasma Marginale
  • 32. Lung Worm
  • 33. paragonimus kellicotti
  • 34. Lung Fluke
  • 35. Eucoleus boehmi
  • 36. Urine
    Physical Exam:
    Smell
    Color
    Turbidity
    Foam
  • 37. Urine
    Chemical Exam:
    pH
    Bilirubin
    Protein
    Occult Blood
    Glucose
    Ketones
    Specific gravity
    Nitrites
    WBCs
  • 38. Heartworm Test
    Buffy Coat method (hematocrit test)
    Modified Knott’s technique
    Filter membrane technique/Di-fil
    Blood Smear
    SNAP: Antigen testing does not detect the actual parasite but the host’s response to the disease
  • 39. Steps For
    Modified Knotts
    Mix 1 ml of blood w/ 9ml of 2% formalin in centrifuge
    Centrifuge tube at 1300 to 1500 rpm for 5 minutes
    Pour off liquid supernatant, leaving sediment at bottom of tube
    Add 2-3 drops of stain to sediment. Using pipette, mix sediment w/stain
    Place drop of this mixture on glass slide. Apply coverslip. Examine for microfilariae using 10X objective.
    Filter Membrane
    Mix 1 ml of blood w/9 ml of lysing solution in 15 ml test tube
    Place filter membrane in filter holder, close tightly, do not pinch seal in threads of holder
    Connect syringe to filter holder and gently empty through filter holder
    Fill syringe with water and repeat above step
    Open holder, use thumb forceps to remove filter membrane
    Place filter membrane on a clean microscope slide
    Add one drop of stain, cover with coverslip, examine for microfilariae
  • 40. Stages of a Parasites Life Cycle
    1. oocyst
    2. Larvae
    3. nymph
    4. Pupa
    5. Adult

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