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Posted on July 9, 2008, under Tutorial
Neutering or spaying your dog is an absolute must. There are too many dogs without homes or shelters for your dog to contribute to the canine overpopulation. Dogs should be neutered before they are 6 months old. Neutering a dog has many benefits – they become less territorial and less aggressive. Neutering also prevents the development of various cancers in your dog like cancer of the prostrate.
Females need to be spayed before 6 months too. You don’t want your dog to go through a pregnancy and a stressful and hormone ridden delivery every three months. Moreover, the scent of a female in heat can attract unneutered males from miles around. Dogs attracted to a female have been known to try to enter yards, and indulge in bloody fights over the female.
Posted on February 20, 2011, under Veterinary Book
This annually updated publication provides a comprehensive overview of the admission process for the national and international veterinary schools that are members of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC). The following need-to-know information is provided for each school: summary of application procedures, requirements for application and residency, prerequisites for admission, deadlines for each component of the application process, description of campus and campus li
Posted on September 14, 2008, under Misc
Posted on November 28, 2008, under Misc
KENTAMED 1E is an intelligent, microprocessor controlled electrosurgical unit. It characterizes with functional completeness, operating comfort and increased patients safety.
The unit has 100W maximal output power and 51 operating modes, allowing the surgeon to obtain a large spectrum of different tissue effects: smooth cutting, cutting with increased degree of coagulation, contact coagulation, spray coagulation, bipolar and Micro bipolar coagulation. Each of these modes has independent power setting, shown by digital LED indication. A digital memory stores the last power settings. The unit can be activated by two-button handswitched handle or by double footswitch. Overheating and Power failure sensors as well as Neutral Electrode Monitoring System (NEMSY) increase the patients safety. A status monitor on the front panel indicates if some of the controlled parameters are out of the norm. If this happen, the control circuit immediately switches off the output power and generates a sound alarm.
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