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Table 1 Comparison between biochemical values and CBC (Complete Blood Count) parameters of the patient (first blood sample, taken upon patient admission) and the reference values. The table shows as well the comparison between patient’s biochemical values at admission to that of post treatment (after the two-week therapy)

From: Acute tea tree oil intoxication in a pet cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus): a case report

 Patient’s values at admissionPatient’s post treatment valuesReference Values
AST (Aspartate aminotransferase) (U/l)742328100–350 a
Bile acids (μmol/l)30.839.8Colorimetric assay: 44–108 b
Total protein (g/l)232624–48 b
Albumin (g/l)8107.8–17.5 b
Creatine kinase (U/l)480645030–245 a
LDH (Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase) (U/l)955200125–140 a
Phosphorous (mmol/l)1.61.21–1.5 a
Calcium (mmol/l)–3.2 a
Potassium (mmol/l) – 4.5 a
  1. a IDEXX Laboratories Italia S.r.l., b [23]
  2. Hb Hemoglobin, MCV Mean corpuscular volume, MCH Mean corpuscular hemoglobin and MCHC Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration were not evaluated