“We’re in the middle of surgery, and the capnograph is all over the place,” proclaimed the slightly panicked voice on the other end of the phone.
“Okay, let’s work through this step by step. First, please check on your patient and tell me what is happening. Are they breathing?”
Did you know that, despite the name, you can use the CAT+ Doppler for accurate blood pressure measurement on any species?
It’s probably not the reason you’re expecting…
Pulse Oximetry is such an important part of veterinary anaesthesia. But one of it’s key features, averaging time, is still largely misunderstood.
We always recommend that you buy your CAT+ batteries from us. That’s because we’ve tested hundreds of brands. We know which work – and which don’t! (Thames Medical have no affiliation with and do not sell Duracell products.)
Most blood pressure cuffs used in veterinary medicine are actually designed for the human penis. Remarkably, they work – but still leave a little to be desired. That’s why we’ve developed our own cuffs, specifically for animal patients (find out more about that at the end of this article)! But first, how did we get here?
IVC Referral Centre Moorview Vets has just invested in 6 of the latest and most advanced multiparameter monitors from Thames Medical, the Lutech V7. This investment improves the accuracy of anaesthetic data and safety for patients (especially those under 10kg), improves staff safety, and reduces greenhouse gas levels. By introducing the Lutech mainstream capnographs, Moorview […]
Thames Medical are thrilled to announce that the next phase on their drive to net zero has just arrived – an all electric vehicle. “We travel a lot over the course of a year to help with practice installs, deliver CPD and attend conferences and lectures. The reduction in our carbon emissions will be substantial,” […]