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Posted on June 6, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
Compact and portable radiographic image capture and editing unit. The system has been developed for the busier, non tech savvy Veterinarian, without time to read manuals. The operation is very simple, and easy to learn, and training is very quick also. Easy to use touch-screen interface. Digital image enhancement, and several choices for connectivity to exisiting equipment. Cordless operation for use in a fast paced environment.
This handheld system has been on the market for over two years with hundreds sold in the European market. The DR Mini View warranty provides coverage against manufacturing defects on the system for and the CCD sensor for 2 years. The system is ideal for any veterinary office interested in starting or expanding the dental portion of their practice, itâs the most versatile, cost effective, simple easy to use system ever made and itâs the best way of providing dental radiology to you patients.
Is it produced by a world leader company with very little problems. There have not been any technical or operational issues with this device, itâs great! Product Details
Posted on September 8, 2007, under Misc
SNOW WHITE SHAMPOO Patented optical brighteners and whiteners. Removes coat stains and yellowing from environmental sources without irritation. pH balanced and salon quality conditioners.
Veterinary formula. Removes stains, brightens white coats. This professional grooming formula removes yellow from white coats, brightens, removes stains with repeated use, and keeps pets show ring white. Recommended for Bichon Frise, Maltese, White Poodle, West Highland Terrier, Samoyed, White German Shepard, Dalmation, Kuvasz, Harlequin Great Dane, Great Pyrrennes, Malmute, Greenland Dog, Siberian Husky, Canaan Dog, Spitz. Use once a month for maintaince, more frequently for whiter coat.
Posted on October 5, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
Surgiden Company, finally introduce their new Veterinary Dental Lift Table, Theramaxâ¢ DX. Built on the same innovative design features of the Theramaxâ¢ SX, it is able to Positioning animals for skull radiography or performing dentistry as well. The adjustable stainless steel V-fold panels allow for easy patient positioning in dorsal recumbency. The dental console can be configured with powerful options such as handpieces with fiberoptic light source, a piezo scaler, and dual high-speed drills.
It is so easy to clean up which can be cleaned at any sink. Variably sized ported openings within the grill allow for effective fluid run-off and containment in the basin during dental procedures. All your dental handpieces and air/water syringe are powered by the silent onboard compressor. The clear high impact LexanÂ® grill and ABS plastic basin ensure extreme durability in protecting against accidental drops and bumps.
Features: Easily accessible compressor tank release valve, Articulating arm with instrument tray attachment, Dual 1-liter reservoir self-contained clean water system, Integrated silent compressor unit, Variable-height design for seated or standing procedural work, High-speed drill with Fiber Optic light source, 4 easily positioned tie-down restraint anchors, Built-in supply storage under table, Removable wet basin and drainage conduit for easy cleaning, easy placement or use in multiple rooms with medical grade lockable castors.
Product by Surgiden LLC. Call for price 1-800-WET-PREP (877-938-7737)
Posted on November 14, 2008, under Misc
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) thanks the citizens of California for taking the time to consider and vote on Proposition 2. Now that it’s passed, extra care-and the advice of veterinarians and animal welfare scientists-must be employed to ensure its implementation doesn’t hurt the animals it’s intended to help.
“It was encouraging to see voters in California take such an interest in animal welfare,” says Dr. Ron DeHaven, CEO of the AVMA. “Now that the ballot initiative has passed, veterinarians and animal welfare scientists must be involved in its implementation to make sure that resulting changes in animal housing actually improve conditions for the animals they are intended to help. If we’re not careful, animal health and welfare problems could be precipitated that are as significant as the concerns Proposition 2 aspires to address.
Close to $16 million was spent by those promoting their views on Proposition 2 in California, which sets new standards for livestock housing in that state. Dr. DeHaven points out that the same investment could have gone a long way toward improving conditions for livestock across the country if it had been used to help develop science-based and practical solutions to animal welfare problems.
“We agree that more attention needs to be paid to the behavioral well being of production animals. In doing so, we don’t want to be singularly focused on just providing additional space, as is the case with Prop 2. For example, moving laying hens to free-range production systems may allow them to engage in more species-typical behaviors, but it also increases the hens’ risks of illness and injury because it increases their exposure to disease vectors and predators,” explains Dr. Gail Golab, head of the AVMA’s Animal Welfare Division.
Dr. Golab says the AVMA can help California producers protect the welfare of their animals by providing information gained from research at home and abroad on alternative production systems.
“We can use this information to help avoid animal welfare pitfalls as we assist California farmers in meeting the requirements of Proposition 2,” Dr. Golab explains.
For information, visit http://www.avma.org [medicalnewstoday]