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Posted on December 9, 2012, under Veterinary Equipment
TheÂ EquiMedic First Aid Kit features 28 different products and 63 items. Kit Measurements: 12″ high, 12.5″ wide, 7″ deep / 4.2 pounds. Rated for 1-3 horses.
Contains: 1 – small instant cold pack; 3 – 1â adhesive bandages; 4 – antibiotic foil pouches; 3 – 1/4â adhesive bandages; 2 – double aspirin packets; 2 – double ibuprofen packets; 4 – long handled cotton tipped swabs; 1 – economy kit soft sided bag; 3 – wood applicators; 3 – medical towels; 2 – sterile gauze pads; 10 – non sterile gauze pads; 1 – 3M vetrap bandaging tape; 1 – non adherent gauze pads; 4 – alcohol wipes; 1 – 1/4 lb roll of cotton; 1 – povidone iodine swabsticks; 4 – hand sanitizing towelettes; 1 – 8 oz hydrogen peroxide; 1 – 4 oz eye wash; 1 – flashlight; 3 – iodine wipes; 1 – hoof pick; 2 – exam gloves; 1 – pocket scalpel; 1 – tourniquet; 1 – wrap cutter. Price:Â $68.95 | EquiMedic First Aid Kit, BUY NOW
Posted on September 12, 2007, under Misc
Pitcairn more than 400.000 copies of this snuffed the traditional one were sold since its original publication there is more than 20 years the book which is the final guide of a normal life style for dogs and cats is now completely updated and revised for the first time in 9 years. The inscription with the heat and the compassion which gained them to follow national, a veterinary Richard H. Pitcairn and his wife Susan Hubble Pitcairn, remarkable specialists in product-free and curative nutrition normal for pets, show owners of dog and cat how to provide the best in the company and the perpetual care.
They cover problems of the environment now, including pollutants inside the house and outside, as well as of the recent matters of heat-button, such as the insane disease of cow, the disease of Lyme, and the Western virus of the Nile. They’ve updated dozen receipts for feeding stuff familiar and the delicious and salubrious feasts. With a guide to handle urgencies and a detailed fast section of reference, they give specific instructions to prevent, diagnose, and treat a range of diseases of animals and attention of disorders with particular with the remedies homeopathic, sweet herbs, and food.
Posted on May 2, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Dry cow therapy has traditionally been the use of intramammary antibiotic therapy immediately after the last milking of lactation. Approved products applied by intramammary infusion at drying off can decrease the number of existing intramammary infections and/or prevent new infections during the early weeks of the dry period. Tomorrow Dry Cow can do this. Contains 12 x 10mL syringes and 12 alcohol pads. Each syringe contains 300 mg cephapirin activity as cephapirin benzathine. For intramammary infusion into the dry cow. Product Details
The early dry period comprises the first 4-5 weeks after drying off. During this period attention should be given to mastitis prevention, vitamin supplementation and body condition.
There are several guidelines to follow when administering dry cow antibiotics to prevent mastitis bacteria from being accidentally introduced into the teat: Cows must be removed from the milking herd so that they do not experience the milk let-down stimuli; Cows should be dried-off abruptly when they are producing less than 15 litres; Clean towels must be used for wiping and drying; Clean disposable gloves should be worn and kept clean.
Dry cow antibiotic treatment aims to prevent new udder infections in the early dry period and can eliminate sub-clinical infections persisting from the previous lactation. Generally, the choice of product should be based on vet advice as well as any prior knowledge of the antibiotic sensitivity patterns for known mastitis agents in the herd. All quarters should be treated, not just those having shown symptoms of mastitis.
Use of dry cow treatment is one component of an effective mastitis control program that should also include: dipping teats immediately after milking with a product known to be safe and effective, proper milking procedures using properly functioning milking equipment, keeping accurate records of clinical mastitis and somatic cell counts on individual cows, good udder hygiene between milkings, culling cows with chronic mastitis, and treating all clinical cases of mastitis promptly and appropriately.
Before administration of the antibiotic, Teats should be dipped in an effective germicidal teat pre-dip and the appropriate contact time allowed before wiping off; Teats should be washed and must be thoroughly dried; The dry cow antibiotic should be infused into the nearest teat first, then into those furthest away to prevent contamination of clean teat ends; The teats should be swabbed with surgical spirit, starting with the furthest away and working towards the closest teat.
Posted on July 2, 2010, under Veterinary Equipment
The VetScan HM5 is a fully-automated 5-part differential cell counter specifically designed for veterinary applications. The VetScan HM5 uses a combination of chemical differentiation and impedance technology to provide the 5-part WBC differential. The VetScan HM5 provides a comprehensive 22-parameter complete blood count with cellular histograms in just minutes for Dog, Cat and Horse.
Ten species are supported on the VetScan HM5. In 5-part differential mode: Dog, Cat, and Horse. In the 3-part differential mode, currently validated species are: mouse, rabbit, rat, ferret, pig, and cattle. Monkey is also available for research use only. The VetScan HM5 permitting the veterinarian to complete a routine annual check up and/or make a timely diagnosis and devise an appropriate treatment plan.
The VetScan HM5 Hematology System produces accurate cell counts based on impedance technology. It delivers a 22-parameter CBC analysis, including a 5-part WBC differential and four cellular histograms. Cell counts are determined by the number of pulses measured in a given volume of blood over a set period of time. Electrically neutral blood cells pass through an electrically charged aperture generating a “pulse”. Well tested technology considered so reliable for cell counting that it has long been used in human diagnostic instruments.
The size of the VetScan HM5 aperture was specifically designed to accommodate veterinary blood cells, thereby providing optimal differentiation. Hematology analyses require EDTA-treated blood (from lavender or purple top tubes containing potassium EDTA only). It is important to ensure that your sample is well mixed and contains optimal proportions of blood and EDTA.
As with any cell counter, the analyzer must be kept clean to avoid build up of debris and particle interference in the system. Performing the simple and easy preventative maintenance will keep the HM5 in optimal operating condition, thus ensuring peak performance, and high quality results.
The VetScan HM5 System requires 100-240 volts AC, 50-60 Hz or 12 volts DC. AbaxisÂ® recommends that the VetScan HM5 be plugged into a surge protector designed for use with a computer.
The versatile VetScan HM5 incorporates superior performance, ease of use, offers true database management and minimal maintenance making it an attractive alternative for veterinary clinics, research laboratories and pharmaceutical/biotech companies either using a commercial lab or in-house hematology instruments. Contact the Manufacturer
Step 1: Enter patient info
Step 2: Insert a well-mixed sample and press start
Step 3: Read results – the results will be displayed in minutes