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Posted on May 10, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
The capnograph provides information about the amount of carbon dioxide exhaled and inhaled. It does this by measuring the absorption of infrared light, which is absorbed particularly well by carbon dioxide. The capnograph displays a waveform of CO2 (measured in kiloPascals or millimeters of mercury) and it displays the value of the CO2 at the end of exhalation, which is known as the end-tidal CO2.
Features: Visual and audible alarm signals, End tidal CO2 numeric value, End tidal CO2 wave form and respiration rate, Sidestream technology for application with intubated and non-intubated patients, Optional infrared printer, Adjustable alarm limits.
A capnograph is useful in detecting changes in carbon dioxide concentrations in patients who are hemodynamically stable, but not critically ill. The capnograph is the gold standard for detecting oesophageal intubation. It may detect air embolism as a sudden decrease in ETCO2. As a disconnection alarm for a ventilator or a breathing system. To diagnose malignant hyperthermia as a gradual increase in ETCO2. Or to recognize sudden circulatory collapse as a sudden decrease in ETCO2.
Capnography helps to identify situations that can lead to hypoxia if uncorrected. It also helps in the swift differential diagnosis of hypoxia before hypoxia can lead to irreversible brain damage. In veterinary medicine, Capnograph use for patients with: thoracotomy, diaphragmatic hernia, possible pneumothorax, pneumonia, asthma/ heaves, critically ill â sepsis, shock, trauma.
V8401 Handheld Capnograph is a product by Surgivet. Product Details.
Posted on September 20, 2010, under Veterinary Book
Lions and tigers and bears. . . . Stand back for a beast of a pop-up!
Within these dynamic pages lurk fearsome saber-toothed cats, bears taller than basketball hoops, and everyoneâs favorite Ice Age giant â the woolly mammoth. Prehistoric Yeti-like mammals, now-extinct birds, and giant flying lizards all come alive in a showcase featuring more than thirty-five astonishing pop-ups. In this third and final volume of the best-selling Encyclopedia Prehistorica series, 3-D masters Robert S
Posted on May 1, 2008, under Misc
This book will guide you through the mysterious and sometimes confusing world of holistic care for dogs. Demystifying the subject of holistic medicine, you’ll find how many alternative forms of medicine can complement conventional veterinary practices, leading to integrated veterinary care for dogs. Safe vaccination protocols and the importance of proper nutrition and supplements are explored. The most common holistic treatment methods, including acupuncture, chiropractic care, massage therapy, herbal medicine, and homeopathy, will be addressed in detail, including tips on how to apply specific treatments to your dog.
Posted on October 31, 2007, under Misc
Secluded to his mother, brothers and sisters, your kitten feel very lonely when it arrives in your home. To try to alleviate this complete change of scenery, it is essential that you are perfectly ready to welcome your kitten in her new family.