SNAP Heartworm RT Test

Proven sensitivity for even low worm-burden infections1

Annual heartworm testing is an integral part of achieving effective prevention, as recommended by the American Heartworm Society and the Companion Animal Parasite Council.

SNAP tests provide reference laboratory quality technology for superior diagnostic accuracy at the point of care.

Automatically activate SNAP tests to save time and improve work flow with the SNAP Pro Analyser.
 

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Disease

Screen and detect heartworm infection even in patients with low heartworm burden

Heartworm

Heartworm disease has been found in dogs in all 50 of the United States. While heartworm is both treatable and preventable, it is a serious and deadly disease that may show no clinical signs in its early stage. Screen annually to find even low worm-burden patients sooner and more often, and begin treatment when you can do the most good.

Accuracy

One SNAP can change everything

Watch how SNAP technology delivers superior diagnostic accuracy – and see what you may sacrifice when you use a test without it.

 

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Gain further insight

Confirm any positive results with another antigen test and microfilaria test from IDEXX Reference Laboratories as recommended by American Heartworm Society (AHS) guidelines.


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Test insert & resources

Access the SNAP Heartworm RT Test product insert, accuracy data, sample preparation, results interpretation information and more.

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Reference

  1. Atkins CE. Comparison of results of three commercial heartworm antigen test kits in dogs with low heartworm burdens. JAVMA. 2003;222(9):1221-1223.