Smart Pathology

Submit pathology tests to the lab without writing on a tube, filling out a form or calling for a courier – and access the results just as easily.

LAB SUBMISSIONS

Submit pathology testing in seconds

Select which tests are to be done, scan the uniquely barcoded sample container or tube and add in patient history. That's it! VetDB will pull all the information it needs from your PIMS and submit it directly to the lab.

Compatible PIMS
ezyVet
OpenVPMS
RxWorks
Compatible laboratories
Vetpath
TRACEABILITY

Inbuilt sample tracking

VetDB Smart Pathology tracks chain of custody from the minute the samples leave your practice to the moment you receive the results.

Record

No more handwriting on samples

Our uniquely barcoded tubes do all the heavy lifting – simply scan and you're ready to go!

instant couriers

A driver is on their way!

Once you tap Submit, the laboratory will be notified to dispatch a courier. No need to call the lab!

CONNECT

Share test results with veterinary specialists

Vets can authorise referral hospitals and ERs to instantly access the results of pathology tests whenever they're tending to the patient.

voice-to-text

Save time typing

Submit the patient history for the lab using the voice dictation function on the VetDB app – great for when you just don’t have time to type.

Do more, better, faster.

Increase your productivity with the digital vaccinations.

Only pay for what you use

Pay for what you need, when you need it! Plus, many of our features are free and can be accessed at any time.

View pricing
Simple, transactional pricing
Transaction cost
Vaccination recording
$2.00
Pathology submission
free
Microchip registration
$2.00
Patient check-in
free
Transaction cost
Digital vaccination certificates
free
Access to my.vetdb
free
For partner and enterprise pricing, talk to our team!
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