Acute phase protein (APP) has been recognized as a biomarker of inflammation in the field of veterinary pathology. Serum amyloid A (SAA) is especially gathering attentions as a one of the APP that conserved in a wide range of species such as dog, cat, horse, cattle, etc. SAA concentrations starts to increase shortly when inflammation occurs and decreases quickly after synthesis ceases; therefore it can provide important prognostic value.

SAA in Veterinary Practice, Feline Care Focuses Unlock the Potential of Serum Amyloid A in Feline Care

Discover how Serum Amyloid A (SAA), a leading marker of inflammation, is revolutionizing the way we monitor health in cats. Join experienced veterinarians as they delve into the effective use of SAA, sharing insights on best practices and important considerations to enhance your approach to treatment and care. Learn from the experts, improve your practice, and elevate the well-being of your feline patients.



1_Considerations for effective utilization of SAA in Veterinary Medicine

2_Enhancing the Clinical Use of SAA as a Diagnostic Tool

3_Strategies to Enhance the Reliability of SAA Tests

4_Learning from the Veterinary Mediccal Practices in Spain

5_Exploring the Potential of Preventive Medicine in SAA Applications

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