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As I am not familiar with interpreting sighthound bloodwork, I am curious what others see or do not see in this. (Story behind it will follow)

 

Haematology:

 

 

RBC 8,66 (5,5-8,5M/µL)

Haematocrit 62,6 (37,0-55,0%)

Haemoglobin 21,4 (12,0-18,0g/dL)

 

MCV 72,2 (60,0-77,0 fL)

MCH 24,7 (18,5-30,0pg)

MCHC 34,2 (30,0-37,5 g/dL)

RDW 15,1 (14,7-17.9%)

 

% Reticulocyte 0,5

Reticulocytes 45,5 (10-110K/µL)

 

WBC 7,72 (5,5-16,9K/µL)

 

% Neutrophils 46,9

% Lymphocytes 25,5

% Monocytes 14,6

% Eosinophils 12,0

% Basophils 1,0

 

Neutrophils 3,62 (2-12K/µL)

Lymphocytes 1,97 (0,5-4,9K/µL)

Monocytes 1,13 (0,3-2K/µL)

Eosinophils 0,93 (0,1-1,49 K/µL)

Basophils 0,07 (0-0,1K/µL)

 

Platelets 186 (175-500K/µL)

PDW 19,3%

MPV 7,6 fL

Plateletcrit 0,14%

 

Chemistry:

 

Glucose 14 (74-143mg/dL)

Creatine 1,2 (0,5-1,8mg/dL)

Urea 14 (7-27mg/dL)

BUN: Creatine Ratio 12

 

Phosphorus ----

Calcium <1,0

Sodium 124

Potassium >10,0

Chloride 117

Total Protein 5,9 (5,2-8,2g/dL)

Albumin 3,9 (2,3-4,0g/dL)

Globulin 2,0 (2,5-4,5g/dL)

Albumin: Globulin Ration 2,0

ALT 83 (10-125U/L)

ALP <10 (23-212U/L)

 

GGT ----

Bilirubin – Total ----

Cholesterol ----

Amylase ----

Lipase ----

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  • 2 weeks later...

Did some crossposting and rechecking in other forums. These are the results of a young galgo-greyhound cross tested positive for Ehrlichia canis. Bloodwork was done after 2 cycles of doxy.

 

As I am not really fit with interpreting sighthound bloodwork (neither is our vet) we just wanted to check if anything is going on right now.

 

Seems as there is no sign of active infection.

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