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Veterinary equipment is essential for providing the best possible care for animals. It includes a wide variety of tools, machines, and supplies that are used to diagnose, treat, and monitor the health of animals. Veterinary equipment can range from basic items like stethoscopes and thermometers to more advanced items like CT scanners and laser therapy devices.
The types of veterinary equipment vary greatly depending on the type of practice. Film related equipment includes X-ray machines, darkroom supplies, and film processors. Clinical lab equipment includes centrifuges, microscopes, and blood analyzers. CT scanners and radiation therapy equipment are used to diagnose and treat cancer in animals. Laser and dry cameras are used to take pictures of the inside of the body. Anesthesia machines are used to provide pain relief during surgery. Operating and delivery room equipment includes surgical tables and lights. Endoscopy equipment is used to look inside the body. Pumps, monitors, and ICU/CCU equipment are used to monitor vital signs. Ophthalmology equipment is used to diagnose and treat eye diseases. Blood bank equipment is used to store and process blood samples. Orthopedic equipment is used to diagnose and treat bone and joint diseases. PACS, DR, CR, and digital equipment is used to store and view medical images. Analytical lab equipment is used to analyze blood and tissue samples. C-arm equipment is used to take X-rays of the body. Vet general, nuclear, and anesthesia equipment are used to diagnose and treat various diseases. Sterile processing equipment is used to clean and sterilize instruments. Radiology and RF equipment is used to take X-rays. Ultrasound and MRI equipment is used to take images of the inside of the body.
The price range for veterinary equipment varies greatly depending on the type of equipment and the manufacturer. Basic items like thermometers and stethoscopes can cost as little as $50, while more advanced items like CT scanners and laser therapy devices can cost tens of thousands of dollars. Popular manufacturers of veterinary equipment include GE, Philips, Siemens, and Toshiba.