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Posted on February 1, 2010, under Veterinary Software
The Diagnostic Imaging Atlas by Odyssey Veterinary Software is the complete client education source for all veterinary hospitals. As an author and educator, the 3D anatomical illustrations and images are of the highest quality for continuing education. The program provides a quick illustrative guide for all veterinary conditions for client communication in a very easy-to-use format.
DIA is a powerful client communication tool. It is great to explain some of the more complex medical issues and procedures that otherwise would be over the clients head, ultimately affecting client compliance. DIA’s illustrations bring the problems and procedures to life, which help clients make educated decisions on the pet’s medical care. The illustrations are life-like and do not appear to shock clients but rather educate them on their journey through basic anatomy, disease processes, and therapy.
The system has been a wonderful and powerful client education tool. It works well not only to educate clients about general health care issues such as parasites, and dental care, but it ties in nicely with digital PACs system to help explain radiograph, ultrasound, and endoscopic images. Clients are more likely to allow further diagnostic testing.
Veterinary medicine has never seen 3D anatomy like this before. Spin a heart 360 degrees, give it heartworm disease, show a client a transparent view of a normal heart while it beats or one with Dilated Cardiomyopathy, let them watch an intervertebral disc protrude or a cruciate ligament actually rupture and more. The heart files actually play a virtual normal heartbeat and an arrhythmic beat for the Dilated Cardiomyopathy example. The files have such a high resolution that you can use the zoom tool to magnify into small areas of each file.
The DIA software for equine will available soon on Februari 2010. This revolutionary program allows practitioners to better illustrate medical conditions to clients through amazing animation, video content, virtual anatomy files and much more. The program also includes a complete library of digital radiography and ultrasound images and you can even import your own patientâs clinical images for comparison.
This cutting-edge software provides an exceptional resource for equine client communication. Beside the ability to illustrate pathologies on your computer or laptop, you will also be able to print or email additional information to clients on the conditions you discuss every day.
DIA Reception is a powerful tool to educate your clients while they wait! This software can be run on your PC or on a DIA Touchscreen computer. The program includes several videos on common pet health topics. Vaccines, Wellness Visits, Heartworm Disease, Spaying, Neutering, Allergies and Ear Infections are just some of the titles available.
DIA Reception allows you to create playlists. This means you can have a tailored set of videos for different visit types, such as a Puppy Visit, Kitten Visit, Senior Wellness Visit and more. The DIA Reception videos can also be used on your practiceâs website with a subscription to our annual support/upgrade plan.
DIA Touch is highly affordable and offers a complete exam room computing solution. This cutting edge system provides all of the great features from the standard DIA version, plus several new fingertip friendly options. Unlike other touch screens, DIA Touch hardware is unrestricted and allows for installation of your practice management software, PACS software and other applications.
DIA also support for Iphone and Mac OS. This program is free with the purchase of DIA. This program includes that same great content and functionality of the PC version. See what’s new in its new version (4.1 – pdf format). Purchase Now.
Posted on September 19, 2010, under Veterinary Book
The Princeton Encyclopedia of Mammals is the most comprehensive and accessible reference book on mammals available. Unsurpassed in scope and stunningly illustrated, this book covers every known living species, from aardvarks to zorros. The informative and lively text is written by acclaimed researchers from around the world and features a concise general introduction to mammals followed by detailed accounts of species and groups that systematically describe form, distribution, behavior, status,
Hundreds of stunning photographs highlight a comprehensive guide to horses, offering a wide range of information covering subjects such as the evolution of the horse and an exploration of the role horses have played in history. 50,000 first printing.”The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire. With too many wonders close inspection dispels both mystery and joy. Not so with the wonder that is the horse.
Posted on July 27, 2007, under Misc
Posted on August 3, 2008, under Tutorial
Canine distemper is a highly contagious and serious disease caused by a virus that attacks the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and, often, the nervous systems of puppies and dogs. Puppies and dogs usually become infected through airborne exposure to the virus contained in respiratory secretions of an infected dog or wild animal.
All dogs are at risk but puppies younger than four months old and dogs that have not been vaccinated against canine distemper are at increased risk of acquiring the disease.
The first sign of distemper is eye discharge that may appear watery to pus-like. Subsequently, dogs develop fever, nasal discharge, coughing, lethargy, reduced appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea. In later stages, the virus may attack the nervous system, bringing about seizures, twitching, or partial or complete paralysis. Occasionally, the virus may cause footpads to harden.
How to prevent Canine Distemper?
Vaccination and avoiding contact with infected animals are key elements of canine distemper prevention.
Vaccination is important. Young puppies are very susceptible to infection, particularly because the natural immunity provided in their mothersâ milk may wear off before the puppiesâ own immune systems are mature enough to fight off infection. To protect adult dogs, pet owners should be sure that their dogâs distemper vaccination is up-to-date. Ask your veterinarian about a recommended vaccination program for your canine companion.
Below are kinds of vaccines that often used to prevent canine distemper:
article source: AVMA brochure “What you should know about Canine Distemper“