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Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple - The Oxygen Flush Valve

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Easy Part 5 The Oxygen Flush Valve Blog
Posted in Operations at 16 March, 2017

Part 5 in the series - The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple. The oxygen flush valve delivers oxygen at a high pressure (~400kPa) and flow rate (30 " 70 L/minute). This oxygen comes directly from the oxygen cylinder or pipeline, so bypasses the...

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Posted by Dr Jen Davis BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia & Critical Care) Dip ECVAA
 

Fluid Therapy in your veterinary practice: Twice maintenance just isn't good enough!

Fluid Therapy In Your Veterianry Practice Twice Maintenance Just Isnt Good Enough
Posted in Operations at 09 March, 2017

Fluid therapy is a topic that sometimes gets overlooked by veterinarians partly because there is a misconception that developing fluid plans can be very difficult. However, if you keep it simple, you can develop a tailored fluid therapy plan for your pati...

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Posted by Dr Gerardo Poli, Director Animal Emergency Services
 

Brilliant free branding concepts for your veterinary practice

Brilliant Free Branding Concepts For Your Veterinary Practice 2
Posted in Operations at 02 March, 2017

It's no secret that I LOVE Canva and it's one of my favourite online tools. Although there's no subsitute for the skills of a graphic designer, Canva can certainly help you design the basic day-to-day images you need in your practice ..........

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Can you handle the pressure? Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Pressure Gauges & Regulators

Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Pressure Gauges And Regulators V2
Posted in Operations at 23 February, 2017

For the next blog in this series about the anaesthetic machine, we will look at the final components of the high pressure system of the anaesthetic machine: pressure gauges, and pressure regulators.......

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3 Comments   Posted by Dr Jen Davis BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia & Critical Care) Dip ECVAA
 

The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple Part 3: Pipeline Gas Supply

The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple Part 3 Pipeline Gas Supply
Posted in Operations at 15 December, 2016

Part 3 in the series - The Veterinary Anaesthetic Machine Made Simple - thanks to Dr Gas Vet. In my last blog post I started off talking about the anaesthetic machine with a description of gas cylinders. But what if you use pipeline gases? And how do you...

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Posted by Dr Jen Davis BVMS Masters Vet Anaes. MANZCVS (Anaesthesia and Critical Care) DipECVAA
 
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