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Lab Information

 

 

ABOUT THE INDEPENDENT LAB THAT WE USE.....

 

THIS LAB IS VERY DIFFERENT FROM CONVENTIONAL LABS IN MANY CRUCIAL WAYS…

***PREVENTION***

*At dr.plechner.com OUR EMPHASIS IS ON PREVENTION. THE BEST MEDICINE POSSIBLE WILL ALWAYS BE THE INDENTIFICATION OF A FUTURE ILLNESS OR DISEASE WHICH COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED THROUGH PREVENTION. PREVENTION IS NOW BEING REALIZED AS THE MOST COST-EFFECTIVE METHOD CONSIDERING THE RISING COSTS OF VET BILLS AND HUMAN HEALTH CARE COVERAGE. This is why it is very important to seriously consider taking either the ENDOCRINE-IMMUNE BLOOD PANEL ANIMAL TEST (E1-1 ANIMAL) or the ENDOCRINE-IMMUNE BLOOD PANEL HUMAN TEST (EI-3 HUMAN) in order to screen for the possibility of PLECHNER'S SYNDROME to make sure that you and your pet may avoid possible catastrophic illnesses and diseases which may occur through PLECHNER'S SYNDROME.

*WHEN THE BLOOD IS COLLECTED, IT IS IMMEDIATELY SPUN DOWN AND COOLED, AND IS NEVER ALLOWED TO WARM UP TO ROOM TEMPERATURE. WHY? When blood is allowed to warm up to room temperature while waiting for testing, it may break down, or concentrate, and levels may be inaccurate when testing is finally performed. ACCURACY IN BLOOD LABWORK IS CRITICAL TO AN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS AND EFFECTIVE OVERALL MEDICAL TREATMENT.

*The testing kits are the most accurate and up-to-date kits available.

*The labs are state-of-the-art and very reasonably priced as compared to other laboratories.

*You can be assured that your labs will be given the special, individualized attention necessary for accurate testing results which you and your veterinarian or physician can rely upon.

*For further questions, you may contact the lab directly at: national-vet.com, or nationaldiagnosticservices.com

*Dr. Alfred J. Plechner, copyright 2008

 

A Typical Cortisol Imbalance Syndrome, can be easily measured. Once your Vet draws the blood, serum samples need to be spun down immediately and refrigerated. If the sample reaches room temperature or higher, the test results will be incorrect and the actual cause of the disease missed.

 

They need to be sent to the lab by a refrigerated overnight delivery service.

A temperature strip should accompany the sample from the hospital to the laboratory to make sure the proper temperature has been maintained.

 

Currently there is only one Laboratory that is doing this testing…

 

National Veterinary Diagnostic Services.

4221 Pecan Bend Drive
Richmond, TX 77406-8601
Phone: 281-661-4292
Fax: 877-349-8217

 

 

It’s website is located here, http://www.national-vet.com/. New Client Packets and sample submission forms are available here, http://nationaldiagnosticservices.com/

You should request the ENDOCRINE-IMMUNE BLOOD PANEL ANIMAL TEST (E1-1 ANIMAL).


Once your Vet has the results they can initiate the Plechner Protocol for proper hormone replacement. If your Vet has any questions or concerns they can contact Healthy Pet Network’s Live Customer Care Telephone:  541-205-0800

 

Yours in Health,

 

Dr Al Plechner & David Spangenburg

Along with the Healthy Pet Network Team