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Posted on June 22, 2009, under Veterinary Equipment
Red Eyeâ¢ is a precision instrument which monitors gravity-fed drip infusions. It makes a significant contribution to the safety of patients who are receiving treatment by intravenous drip. It alerts nursing staff when the flow rate deviates from a set range or when the infusion bag is empty or a specified volume of fluid has been infused.
If the flow rate deviates from a specified range, ward staff are alerted quickly with both audible and visual alarms. During the night, a bag light alarm can be used to silently alert staff. Red Eyeâ¢ registers every drop of fluid and constantly recalculates and displays the flow rate in milliliters per hour.
Red Eyeâ¢ allows staff to see at a glance how much fluid has been infused. Red Eyeâ¢ monitors the flow rate of intravenous drips, but it does not come into contact with the fluid. This means that risks of contamination or extravasation are minimised. Accurate measurements of drugs and liquids can be delivered safely as prescribed, with staff alerted once the specified quantity has been infused.
Red Eyeâ¢ is powered by a rechargeable battery which lasts up to 6 days on a single charge. No mains cable means one less hazard on a busy ward. Red Eyeâ¢ has been rigorously tested and is approved for use in healthcare environments. Red Eyeâ¢ keeps accurate records of all infusion activity which can be easily downloaded to a PC for future reference.
With Red Eye,â¢ the need to constantly check on the progress of intravenous drips is significantly reduced. It enhances patient safety, reduces the time taken monitoring drips and improves the overall smooth-running of busy wards. Nursesâ time is freed up dramatically when using Red Eye,â¢ as the device constantly monitors drip rates allowing staff to concentrate on other vital tasks. If there is a problem, staff are alerted. Otherwise, they can get on with their jobs.
Posted on December 2, 2008, under Misc
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Posted on September 14, 2008, under Misc
Posted on January 10, 2011, under Veterinary Book
The long-awaited Second Edition of Veterinary Hematology: Atlas of Common Domestic and Non-Domestic Species serves as a major update to this essential introductory hematology atlas. In addition to a thorough update of all chapters, the new edition now includes coverage of laboratory animals and pocket pets, two new chapters devoted entirely to avian and exotic animals, and a PC compatible CD providing a wealth of additional hematological images. Now fully updated and revised, the Second Edition