Fecal Egg Count Reduction Test
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The Fecal Egg Count Reduction Test (FECRT) is performed to help detect and monitor anthelmintic resistance involving hookworm infections in dogs, strongyle infections in ruminants, and strongyle and ascarid infections in horses. This test determines the fecal egg count reduction percentage, post-anthelmintic treatment, allowing for detection of resistance.
- 3-5 grams of pre-anthelmintic feces
- 3-5 grams of feces 10-14 days post-anthelmintic treatment
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.
When requesting this test, please indicate if this is pre-anthelmintic or post-anthelmintic treatment. The testing fee will only occur on the first, pre-anthelmintic, submission.
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.