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Fecal Baermann testing is commonly used for the isolation and identification of lung worm larvae.
5-10 grams of fresh feces, free of feed, bedding or debris.
For additional information on how to collect and submit a sample please visit our Submit a Sample page.
For additional information, please visit our Packing and Shipping page.
For companion animal testing if lung worms are suspected it is recommended to also perform a fecal floation for the detection of Eucoleus aerophilus (syn. Capillaria aerophila).
For online test ordering please visit our Submit a Sample page for additional information. To submit a specimen without submitting through our online portal please see our Forms page for fillable forms and further instruction.