The Capnography Resource Centre Launch
  • mikebrampton
  • March 30, 2020
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There’s never been a worse time to train your staff. As a company that offers CPD sessions, trust me – we’ve felt the sting. We know this also means that several of our customers who we had booked for sessions over the next six months will not be able to get the on-hand training that…

Dangers of using a Sidestream Capnograph on patients under 5kg
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  • March 4, 2020
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Most sidestream capnographs are made for human use. While these kinds of capnograph can still be used on bigger animals such as dogs, most are not tested on patients smaller than 10kg. Capnography with smaller animals can therefore cause a few unusual (and potentially lethal) results – here’s our guide on what to watch out…

5 Common Capnography Mistakes – And How You Can Avoid Them
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  • February 23, 2020
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Capnography is a vital part of every veterinary practice’s procedures – yet it is one that can be misinterpreted very easily. At Thames Medical, we provide in-depth training sessions for capnography – and we’ve noticed a few mistakes that come up time and time again. Here’s a quick guide to the most common mistakes –…

Thames Medical at the London Vet Show 2018
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  • December 12, 2017
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The London Vet Show 2018, will be a landmark show for Thames Medical in more ways than one; we are launching the all new touchscreen Lutech Multiparameter monitors and we are working with iM3 on their stand Q10 come and say hi  

Capnography for Small Patients – How Low Can You Go?
  • mikebrampton
  • February 5, 2016
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Capnography is an essential element when anaesthetising  patients. It helps ensure you achieve positive outcomes for your patients, especially neonatal or small patients where there is a larger risk involved. This was highlighted in a recent article in the Veterinary Times (Vol 46 No5) by Carrington-Brown and Walsh. Sidestream or Mainstream Capnography? The article states…

New ThamesScope Stethoscope Heads available soon!
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  • February 1, 2016
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Our extra small /neonatal stethoscope heads will be available from www.thamesmedical.com soon. Perfect for our smaller patients – kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs.