fPL(feline Pancreatic lipase) Rapid Quantitative Test
Lipase is mainly secreted by the pancreas and appears late in serum and lasts for a long time. Inacute pancreatitis, the damage of the pancreatic acinus leads to the release of a large amount oflipase stored in the acinus, the permeability of the lymphatic vessels and capillaries of thepancreas increases, and a large amount of pancreatic lipase enters the blood, which increases theserum lipase. Therefore, serum lipase content is an important indicator for the diagnosis ofpancreatitis. In addition, somekidney diseases, peritonitis, intestinal obstruction and other diseases and drugs such as corticosteroids can also lead to elevated lipase.
● Animal: Feline
● Sample type: Plasma, Serum
● Sample vol: 75μL
● Detection range： fPL：0.5-100 μg/L
● Reaction time: 15 min
● 4-30°storage, 24 months shelf life
|TEST ITEM||SAMPLE TYPE/SAMPLE VOLUME||MIXTURE VOLUME||INCUBATION TIME||SIGNIFICANCES AND APPLICATIONS||RESULT INTERPRETATION||Specificity||Sensitivity||Detection range||Accuracy/Correlation|
|fPL||Serum/ (EDTA K2-Plasma)
Clinical application: auxiliary diagnosis and treatment detection of pancreatitis.
|3.5-5.3 ug/L High risk|
|＞5.3 ug/L Pancreatitis|