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Posted on Jun.04, 2012, under Veterinary Software
Clinic Ware is a user friendly veterinary software system built by veterinary industry experts. Clinic ware with drag and drop funcionality makes it a time-saving software. The Patients module is directly linked to Accounts and records all Pet data whether an “only-Pet” or part of a big “family”. A full history is recorded.
Inventory has never been easier to use and yet at the same time provide so many time saving options. From managing “expiry dates” to automatically adjusting stock as it is sold or used, you will be amazed at the efficiency. Fully supported with Bar Code recognition and labeling as well. (continue reading…)
Posted on Sep.25, 2011, under Veterinary Software
Electrocardiogram (ECG) is commonly used in cardiology to evaluate both the conduction system of the heart and the status of the myocardium (cardiac muscle). An ECG is obtained by applying electrodes to the patient’s left arm, right arm and left leg. The machine records the difference in electrical activity between the electrodes used to create the various lead systems.
Features: standard with USB Port, integrated database for patient data, automatic measurements and storage, longtime ECG recording, 5-lead patient cable and aligator clamps, ECG can be send as an Email, breathing monitoring optional, including long term ECG-Software, patient cable and crocodile clamps. Download Manual Guide.
Model: 4803421. Call for pricing 780-963-0754
Nowadays Digital Radiography becomes trend in veterinary medicine. The Computed Digital Radiography able to charge couple devices, direct digital radiography, faster image processing time, fix radiographs and elimination of the costs and hazards of film and processing chemicals.
The Universal Ultrasound Inc., has released a new Veterinary computed radiography. Featured technologies: Remote image acquisition, Integrates with any existing radiography equipment, Ideal for: hospitals already owning x-ray equipment, mixed and large animal practices that want to share digital capabilities, Nearly half the cost of CCD or Flat Panel systems, Best image quality, Up to 94 images per hour, Integrates with MyPACS®, Customizable user interface, and DICOM Compliant. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.11, 2011, under Veterinary Software
iDIA™ puts client education at your fingertips with a fast and easy-to-use application designed exclusively for the iPad™. No more scrambling for books or sketching out conditions or procedures on a piece of paper. iDIA makes it easier. iDIA includes all of the animation and illustration content from the main DIA program (over 200 files) plus the interactive dog/cat, e-mail capabilities and 150 client education handouts covering common pet health topics.
iDIA takes advantage of the technology’s touchscreen and capabilities,with hand-held client education you can take anywhere. Using cutting edge graphics and imagery, your clients will be amazed with the insight you can provide into their pets health and well being. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.06, 2011, under Veterinary Software
The Veterinary Portable Digital Dental X-Ray iM3 ADX4000 is a compact and light weight with no installation required. It is a complete Dental digital Radiography system with the convenience of being portable and self contained. Features: Tube voltage 60kV, Weight 2.2kg, 3.5” LCD display, Tube current 1mA, Transmission of X-ray image to PC via USB cable, Intra oral sensor size 2. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.05, 2011, under Veterinary Software
UC Davis Veterinary Medicine develop a new iPhone App, Calculator for Veterinary Medicine, VetPDA Calcs. This useful calculators handled complete list of basic and advance measurements. Include: Anesthesia Drug Calculator, Alveolar-Arterial Gradient, Blood Gas Analysis, Anion Gap, Body Surface Area, Bicarbonate Dosing, Corrected Calcium, Combining Fluids, Dosing Calculator, Constant Rate Infusion, Echo Values, Fluid Plan, Equine Fluids, Maintenance Fluids, Temperature Conversion, Osmolality, Weight Conversion, and Transfusion. (continue reading…)