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Urinalysis Best Practices That May Have Leaked Since School

Free Webinar brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition USA – Clinical Series

Beth Barlow

Who is it for?
Start Date
July 14, 2020


As we know, a Urinalysis is an essential part of the baseline data obtained from most patients. However, with the hustle and bustle of everyday practice, sometimes best practices are forgotten and corners are cut. The consistent generation of reliable laboratory results requires the practice team to understand the value of proper collection, handling, evaluation, and interpretation of the urine sample. Quality assurance begins with proper specimen identification and handling and ends with laboratory quality controls. Whether in the clinic or sent to a reference lab, accurate and reliable urine results depend on careful attention to many factors and variables. Proper specimen collection, sample handling, processing, storage, and quality control will ensure these accurate and reliable results.

When is it?

Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.


Beth Barlow


Beth Barlow graduated San Diego Mesa College and received her AHT degree in 1990. After graduation, she has worked in several small companion animal hospitals from North Carolina, to Texas, and back to California. She has been in the role of the RVT and practice manager for 15 years of those 30 years. She has instructed Veterinary Technician students and Veterinary Assistant students for the past 12 years at the Professional Veterinary Assistant School, Animal Behavior College, Oasis Learning Center, and most recently, at Stanbridge University. She loves inspiring others to make a difference for people and their pets through RVT student instruction. Beth is the proud mom of 1 son, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 Sulcata tortoise, and a bearded dragon.

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