Combined Worm Egg Count and Lungworm Screen Kit

From £28.50

Huge savings compared to buying screens separately

One of our most popular solutions in terms of value and the range of parasites screened for. We have combined our highly renowned worm egg screen and our lungworm screen, to bring you even further savings. The screens are undertaken by fully trained and experienced analysts using microscopy and other specialist techniques, in our state of the art, purpose-built laboratory.

Free after test advice is available with all of our screens.

1 kit:
£31.00
2 kits: (saving £2.00)
£60.00
3 kits: (saving £5.00)
£88.00
4 kits: (saving £8.00)
£116.00
5 kits: (saving £10.00)
£145.00
10 kits: (saving £25.00)
£285.00
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Further information

A combined screen offers excellent value and is suitable for all species of animals except avians. The screen conveniently and economically allows you to undertake both a worm egg screen and a lungworm screen, offering a considerable saving compared to ordering the screens separately.

The purpose of screening is to determine if there is a mature internal parasite burden at the time the sample was taken. If so, the species of parasite(s) will be identified, so that targeted and appropriate treatment can be given. Our combined screen is very comprehensive, providing accurate identification as well as quantitative results for each species of parasite where appropriate.

The collection kits are standard for all animals, however the screening process varies slightly depending on the species. We will take care of this once received into the lab. Two separate samples are required for this screen; a one day and a three day sample. The kits come with full instructions of the requirements and we recommend they are read and followed exactly. Please check the drop down sections to determine what will be reported for each animal type.

This kit includes:

  • 1 padded envelope
  • 1 white laboratory request form and instruction sheet (worm egg count form)
  • 1 pink laboratory request form and instruction sheet (lungworm screen form)
  • 2 sample collection boxes (one clear, one labelled) in resealable write-on panelled bags
  • 1 scented bag

All parasites are reported with their English and Latin names, which is useful if veterinary intervention is required.

If running this screen for a dog or other companion animal, the screen will identify and quantify of all species present within the family groups of:

  • Ascarids
  • Hookworms
  • Whipworms
  • Oesophageal worms
  • 5 species of lungworm currently present in the UK

The screen, as standard, also reports on:

  • All species of cestodes (Tapeworms*)
  • Protozoa – Coccidia
  • Undigested lipids (qualitative analysis)
  • Undigested microscopic food particles (qualitative analysis)

*Tapeworms are very intermittent shedders and do not always show on a worm egg screen.  If present in the sample, the species will be identified. As they may not have been present when the sample was taken, it is advisable to use regular tapeworm specific treatment.

This screen comes with complete instructions.  Please note that it requires a one day and a three-day sample.  Please take the samples from the first motion of the day and store the lungworm samples at room temperature whilst collecting.

All parasites are reported with their English and Latin names, which is useful if veterinary intervention is required.

If running this screen for a reptile or exotic animal, the screen will identify and quantify of all species present within the family groups of:

  • Pinworms
  • Ascarids
  • Hookworm
  • Hepatic worms
  • Cestodes (Tapeworms*)
  • Lungworm Larvae

The screen also covers Identification and quantification of the following protozoans:

  • Coccidia
  • Balantidium
  • Nyctotherus

*Tapeworms are very intermittent shedders and do not always show on a worm egg screen.  If present in the sample, the species will be identified.

The lungworm screen requires samples taken over 3 consecutive days as a minimum.  This sample should be stored at room temperature during collection.

All parasites are reported with their English and Latin names, which is useful if veterinary intervention is required.

If running this screen for an equine, the screen will identify and quantify of all species present within the family groups of:

  • Redworms
  • Ascarids
  • Pinworms
  • Stomach worms
  • Neck worms
  • Cestodes (Tapeworms*)
  • Lungworm- Dictyocaulus arnfieldi

The screen, as standard, also reports on:

  • Protozoa– Eimeria lukarti
  • Undigested excess fibre (qualitative analysis) which can indicate dietary or teeth related issues

*  If tapeworm segments are present in the sample, we will report on these however, due to the irregular shedding pattern of the equine tapeworm, a negative result should not be taken as a zero presence.  We recommend at least annual worming for tapeworm.

How does it work?

1. Choose and
order your kit

Select the screens you would like to run for your animal and we will post you a collection kit

2. Send us a
sample for testing

Collect your animals faecal sample and post it to us for testing in our laboratory

3. Receive your
results via email

Free Registered Animal Medicines Advisor (RAMA) aftercare is available where required.

Why choose Wormcount.com?

Experienced &
Dedicated Team

At Wormcount.com we are a caring, experienced and dedicated team. Our analysts have a combined experience of over 50 years.

Fast, Reliable
& Friendly Service

We have earned the reputation of being fast, reliable and friendly and we believe the key to our first class service is first classcommunication.

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