The vessel sealing system seals the vessel wall by denaturing the collagen and elastin in the wall and completely occluding the blood vessel. It can seal vessels of up to 5-6mm in diameter, thus reducing the amount of blood loss and shortening surgery time.
A pressure chamber used to sterilize medical equipment and supplies by subjecting them to saturated steam at 121℃.
Laboratory analysis is performed on a blood sample to determine physiological and biochemical states, such as disease, mineral content,and organ function.
A full blood count is performed to obtain information about the cells in an animal’s blood and determine certain disease states defined by increase/decrease in the number of a particular type of cell.
The microscope is used for urinalysis, fecal exams, and cytology.
The ICU allows for the hospitalization of critical patients that require constant thermal/humidity management and oxygen therapy.
The medical ventilator moves breathable air into an out of the lungs to safely provide oxygen for a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or is breathing in sufficiently during surgery or in an emergency.
Monitoring electrocardiogram, heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygen saturation levels allows surgical procedures to be conducted safely under anesthesia.
Using heat conduction from a metal probe, the procedure stops bleeding from small vessels.
Dental scaling and polishing under anesthesia allows for thorough and efficient cleaning.
The intravenous drip device allows for safe delivery of medicine and fluids during hospitalization.
State of the art ultrasound machine equipped with 2 transducer probes to ensure thorough diagnostic ultrasound and echocardiograms.
The latest digital X-ray machine produces high quality diagnostic radiographs for detailed and fast interpretation of images.