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Wet biochemistry in veterinary medicine

Wet biochemistry in veterinary medicine is a branch of science that deals with the analysis of the chemical composition of animal body fluids, such as blood, urine, tears, or saliva. These tests are aimed at diagnosing the health of animals, monitoring metabolic parameters and identifying possible metabolic disorders or diseases.

In the case of wet veterinary biochemistry, the main area of interest is body fluids, which contain chemicals that reflect the functioning of various systems and organs in the animals' bodies. Wet biochemistry analysis allows veterinarians to assess the levels of electrolytes, enzymes, hormones, proteins, as well as other chemical components present in body fluids.

Wet veterinary biochemistry studies are crucial in disease diagnosis, treatment monitoring, as well as assessment of the overall health of animals. With these analyses, veterinarians can quickly identify health problems in animals and adjust appropriate treatment plans.

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