Penrose drains have a variety of applications in veterinary practice. In most cases, they are used to evacuate fluids from subcutaneous tissues. Understanding the applications and limitations of Penrose drains is vital for any veterinary practitioner who treats wounds in clinical practice. When are drains used? In many situations, drains are placed prophylactically to prevent … [Continue Reading]
Whether you use single-function or multi-parameter devices, accurately interpreting the data provided plays a critical role in monitoring the anesthetized patient. Hands-on monitoring Despite the availability of more technologically-advanced options, hands-on monitoring remains a method of choice for many animal health professionals due to its simplicity and effectiveness. Anesthetic depth is typically measured using reflexes. … [Continue Reading]
You finally got a good quality handpiece to perform your veterinary dentistry procedures and you want to maximize your investment? You certainly know how to use it, but do you know what you should avoid doing not to harm its operation? Here are our top 10 things to avoid doing to extend the life of … [Continue Reading]
The digital dental radiography (DR) sends a radiation dose 20% lower than the CR, the cassette technology. Would you like to know more about these two radiography technologies? Do you have a question for our technical team? Ask us there, you may have the chance to see the answer to your question on our blog!
CR is the abbreviation for Computed Radiography. It is the use of a Phosphor Imaging Plate to create a digital image that is the CR process. CR uses a cassette-based system like analogue film. As the CR is an older technology, it is right to say that it is cost effective as well. However, this … [Continue Reading]