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Posted on November 17, 2008, under Misc
An excellent book – very comprehensive, organized both by phylogeny of parasitic organisms and by animal host. Includes a great chapter on therapeutics! Lots of great pictures, both of various stages of the parasitic organisms and lesions caused by clinical disease.
"New to the eighth edition is a table of scientific names and the roots from which they were derived. This table, listed on the inside front and back covers for easy access, should make it easier to learn the many scientific names encountered in the book. The book is packed with valuable information for veterinary practitioners engaged in the treatment and prevention of parasitic infections and infestations. The book is a very readable and a useful reference, covering important parasites and diseases encountered in veterinary practice. Just as the title suggests, it presents the essential knowledge base of parasitology for veterinarians."
Posted on May 10, 2010, under Veterinary Software
Hellenic Systems Ltd have developed a slaughterhouse-based VET-terminal. These systems will work in conjunction with the MLC “black box” and Hellenic livestock payment or stand-alone. The system has a color touch-screen terminal, which is based to work only within the slaughterhouse environment.
The terminals more records on animal health conditions to be complied with to kill off the line. These are placed in a database on a local PC or network file server instead. This database can produce historical reports to be trends and conditions in a given producers show animals. The system was designed to work with all types of work and can too much or individual carcass levels (in the case of bovine record).
Where the Hellenic Livestock payment are available, the VET-terminal links existing in the systems, so that much information is available. This removes the requirements for record slaps or other identifiers at the terminal. This data is then added to the livestock system, so that the animal data can be returned to the manufacturer, together with the transfer of data and classification.
All diseased and information in the terminal, so that the level of detail can be controlled by the user programmable. The VET system can store records in the case of the host system otherwise. Try it
Posted on December 28, 2007, under Misc
Absolutely one of the finest VETERINARY Diagnostic Otoscope Sets you will find on the market today! COMPLETE with an OPTICAL QUALITY scratch resistant GLASS LENS with a 4X MAGNIFICATION. It comes with a new sturdy snap-shut carrying case, with a very protective soft foam lining inside the case that holds and protects the otoscope, the handle, and the specs! This is a BRAND NEW, Chrome plated brass, STILL-IN-THE-PACKAGE Otoscope Set with handle, otoscope head, a 4mm Veterinary speculum, a 5mm Veterinary speculum and a 7mm Veterinary speculum. PLEASE NOTE that this is a 2006 model 3.2 VOLT superbly-crafted otoscope, not one of those plastic otoscopes. The handle uses 2 “C” alkaline batteries, so you get brighter light. The specially-coated scratch-resistant optical-quality 4X lens is hinged and swings aside for cleaning and easy access, and offers the exact focal length to accommodate the longer veterinary otoscope specs. The advanced design otoscope head attaches to the handle with a patented Luer-Lock mount, EXACTLY LIKE A WELCH ALLYN OTOSCOPE SET, and even has an insufflator outlet, to facilitate use of an insufflation bulb if you choose to.
Posted on September 18, 2010, under Veterinary Book
The third edition of Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary continues to provide a unique source of reliable and authoritative information not available from any other source. Extensively updated with the addition of hundreds of new entries this new edition is further enhanced by the introduction of over 400 full color illustrations. Written by veterinarians for veterinarians, this dictionary remains an indispensable reference for veterinary students, practitioners and all biologists, whet