BMBT-Vet. Dog 10 incision lancets

BMBT-Vet. Dog is a standardised screening-test for the evaluation of primary hemostasis disorders in the dog.



Hemostasis is a complex physiological reaction on bleedings of all kinds. Hemostasis disorders can base on primary and secondary defects or causes.

The buccal mucosal bleeding time (BMBT) is the time that passes by after placement of a defined incision by means of BMBT-Vet. Dog until hemostasis occurs. It is an important coagulation marker for validation of the individual primary state of hemostasis.

With help of BMBT, suspicion of disorders of the primary hemostasis can be confirmed quickly and simply. Characteristics normally are surface bleedings, but also chirurgical reasons. They are caused by infectious and/or immunological reasoned thrombocytopenias, thrombocytopathies, vasculopathies and the genetically inherited von Willebrand disease (vWD) type 1–3.

With help of BMBT-Vet. Dog, by a standardised depth and length of the cut, the veterinarian is enabled on-site to obtain constant and reproducible BMBT results and to give a specific statement about the status of hemostasis in the dog.