At East Bay Veterinary Hospital, we are proud to say that we offer our clients the most up-to-date and high quality small animal care available that includes advanced diagnostic services. Our diagnostic services include:
X-rays are the most commonly used imaging tool we use to examine your dog or cat’s internal organs, internal systems like the skeleton, cardiopulmonary for the heart and lungs, gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. Digital Radiology is used to find foreign objects or materials within the body that may have been ingested, diagnose fractures, bone and/or joint abnormalities, and various injuries, and to screen for abnormalities within the heart, lungs, urinary, and digestive organs.
We are able to see the internal anatomy of your pet’s teeth and mouth including the roots and bone surrounding. Disease can sometimes hide behind teeth or within the bone so this digital imaging allows us to diagnose it in ways we never could before. Bone loss can also be determined.
This is a non-invasive and pain-free imaging device that allows us to view the internal organs of the body. Ultrasound can be used to provide a clearer view of organs such as the liver, spleen, kidneys, and lymph nodes.
At our in-house lab, we can run complete blood chemistry panels, blood tests for heartworm and tick borne diseases, and urinalysis to check for kidney and bladder health.
We monitor your pet’s blood pressure while under anesthetic, suffering shock, or in other life-threatening conditions. We also evaluate your pet’s blood pressure during routine annual or biannual check-ups.
While your pet is under anesthesia, we monitor all vitals to make sure your pet is safe and unharmed. We monitor your pet’s heart activity, ECG, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, respiratory system, and temperature before, during, and after surgery.