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Vcheck V200-2400 NT-pro BNP 5 Test Kits - Canine P4 Dot Com
Vcheck V200-2400 NT-pro BNP 5 Test Kits - Canine P4 Dot Com
Vcheck V200-2400 NT-pro BNP 5 Test Kits - Canine P4 Dot Com

Vcheck V200-V2400 NT-pro BNP Test Kit (5ct)

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$85.00
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$85.00

Vcheck V200-V2400 NT-pro BNP Test Kit (5ct)

Shipping (Please note)

The NT-proBNP 5 test kit ships in 1 week to ensure a long expiration date! Order ahead or let us know and we can put you on a standing order for quick shipping when you need them!

What is NT-proBNP?

The prohormone (proBNP) is produced by cardiac muscle cells and increases due to increased myocardial wall stress. Upon release into the blood, it is cleaved into BNP and NT-proBNP. Due to its longer half-life and stability, NT-proBNP is better suited as a diagnostic biomarker for the diagnosis of heart diseases in dogs.

What does NT-proBNP tell us?

In dogs, NT‐proBNP is correlated with heart size and systolic function, suggesting that the concentrations can be used to detect dogs with early disease.

 

Important Informational Video 
Just a few of the benefits of a v200 & 2400 NT-proBNP test!
  • Shipped with ongoing tech support from our facilities in Wisconsin!
  • 5 Test kit(s) have a 1-year expiration date.
  • The NT-proBNP test kit ships in 1 week to ensure a long expiration date!
  • Easy to use clinical level proBNP testing.
  • Professional Results in 15 minutes.
  • South Korean Engineered with the highest accuracy and precision!
  • Built-in Professional interpretation printed with each test!
  • All Tests shipped iced in insulated boxes.
  • Ongoing Customer Technical Support.

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Linda Vinson (Caledonia, US)
Fast and East ProBNP results!

I ordered the V200 because of the flexible options of tests you can run.
I did my 1st Pro BNP today... 1st one was my error in following directions but if you do it as explained it is very fast and easy.
15 minutes and out pops the results. 516.3 and that is in the good range. I have dobermans so this will be done yearly for all my dogs and more often when they get older.