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Vet Hospital Solution

Veterinary Equipment

Just as with any profession, every veterinarian must acquire certain pieces of equipment before a new vet practice 
can open and animals can start receiving treatment.

From instruments to reagents, these tools, devices, and technologies allow vets to provide stellar, 
efficient medical care to pet patients and must not be overlooked when putting together your clinic equipment purchase list. 
Here’s a list of some of the most essential veterinary equipment any new vet clinic must-have.


Consultation Room

Veterinary stethoscope

Stethoscopes are standard tools for medical professionals of all fields, but vets need to acquire specific veterinary stethoscopes for their practices.
This purchase is essential, as veterinary stethoscopes allow you to bypass all that fur and animal muscle and actually hear the heart and lung sounds of any animal
This tool may be small, lightweight, and highly portable, but it is nonetheless a crucial purchase for any vet.

Product Recommendation:

                                                             
Riester Duplex De luxe 30" Dual Head Stethoscope                       Littmann 2139 Master Classic II Teaching 40" Stethoscope

 

Isolation Room

Autoclaves and sterilizers

vets must ensure proper sterilization of their medical tools at all times. 
This is absolutely essential for safe, contamination-free work, which can 
otherwise be worn down by organic fluids and harsh chemicals, solvents and cleaners. 
Autoclave steam sterilization helps ensure that vet tools are satisfactorily disinfected and sterilized, for optimal pet-patient outcomes.

Product Recommendation:

                                        
Large Capacity Automatic Autoclave                                     Ultra Violet Hand-Held Examining Light

 

operating room

Digital x-ray imaging machines

Digital radiology or radiography (DR) technology enables veterinarians to quickly and accurately obtain clear images of your pet-patient s bones,
muscles and internal organs, without requiring the use of film, chemicals of darkroom processing. 
The precise, digital images can be enhanced, enlarged and focused, which ultimately leads to fewer retakes and more accurate diagnoses. 
The images obtained can be saved to a digital database, and easily shared with other vets and consultants, with the click of a button. 

Product Recommendation:

                                                       
Stationary DR Digital X-Ray System                                                           Wireless Portable X-Ray System

 

Anesthesia machines

Anesthesia is often used on dogs, cats, birds and other animals, but because their dispositions vary greatly and significantly differ from those of humans,
specialized veterinary anesthesia equipment that is 100 percent safe for animal use is required.
Anesthetic equipment at a veterinary practice ensure animals receive adequate oxygen,
ventilation and breathing while under anesthesia and mix the anesthetics properly according to predetermined concentrations,
through a mostly automated process that minimizes risk to the patient. 
Product Recommendation:
                                                     
Premier XP Veterinary Anesthesia Machine                                  Portable Anesthesia machine


IV pumps

IV pumps are the preferred method for controlling the delivery of a constant rate infusion (CRI) of the substance to be provided to the patient,
for a consistent or time-dependent effect. This is particularly critical when the medication administered has potentially potent or adverse clinical effects.
Product Recommendation:
                                                                                  
220/110v Pet Infusion Pump Intelligent Animal Infusion Pump                                         Hospira Plum A+ Infusion Pum

 

Other products you may also be interested in. . . 


                                                                               
                           Vet ECG Machine                                                                                       Veterinary Cardiac Monitor                    
                                                                                    
                     Veterinary Hematology Analyzer                                                                            Ultrasound scanner vet
 

POCT-For-Pets

The global veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market size is projected to reach USD 2.4 billion 
by 2025 from USD 1.4 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 8.9%. 
Factors such as increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases among companion and livestock animals 
and the growing need for the rapid detection of these diseases, 
along with the advantages of POCT over laboratory analysis are driving the growth of this market during the forecast period. 


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                                         Vet Pet Feces Feline Panleukopenia Virus FPV Testing Kit for Cats


                  

                                            Vet Pet Feces Canine Parvovirus CPV Testing Kit for Dogs



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