Elevating patient care through advanced diagnostics.
We are very proud to offer in-house diagnostic tools at Adamson Veterinary Services. This helps us to diagnose your pets faster so they can start feeling better sooner. We have state-of-the-art diagnostic tools ready whenever your pets may need them. Our goal is to continue learning so we can offer the very highest level of veterinary care to our patients.
We understand that the quicker we can diagnose your pets, the quicker they will start to feel better. We are glad we can offer these tests in our hospital so we can get your pet back to normal quickly. If you have any questions about our diagnostic tools, feel free to contact us today at (330) 332-1880.State-of-the-art
Our In-House lab provides a wide range of laboratory procedures which aid your veterinarian
in conducting the diagnosis treatment, and management of patients. Making sure that results are accurate and timely ensures that patients have access to the best care as quickly as possible. A significant percentage of medical decisions depend entirely on laboratory test results. It is only natural that quality is always our highest priority. In-House Laboratory tests are valuable, effective, and efficient, they provide highly accurate diagnostic or prognostic information for clinical decision making, they contribute to improved patient care, allowing your veterinarian to follow the needs of the patient more closely.
Our onsite Digital X-ray and digital Dental X-ray allows us to complete examinations and
diagnostics in a timely manner. Clients find this helpful and convenient. Patients seen in our Urgent Care, will receive a copy of their labs and Digital X-ray to return to their regular Doctor. When necessary, the digital platform allows for additional consultation with other doctors and specialists.
At Adamson Veterinary Services, we use Ultrasounds to look beneath the surface at soft tissue
structures such as internal organs. We can also use Ultrasounds, also known as Sonograms, to search for potential growths or to see if your pet is possibly pregnant. Ultrasound is an incredibly useful tool for veterinary offices as it allows us to safely peer within without using radiation, as would be the case for X-Rays.