Kerry's right - that glucose can't be correct for a living horse (regardless of breed) so makes the rest of the results suspect for mishandling as well.
That ACTH is way too high and is likely even higher as it seems the sample may have been compromised - is the horse being treated for its PPID? If so, the dose of pergolide needs to be increased as that value is only going to rise as we enter the seasonal period.
Lavinia, Dante, George Too and Peanut
Jan 05, RI
EC Support Team