Monitoring Monitors for veterinary medicine
Patient monitoring in veterinary medicine
During anaesthesia, certain parameters of cardiovascular and respiratory functions provide valuable data to support the clinical assessment of the status of an animal’s health. In addition to careful, professional and experienced clinical observation, multiparameter monitors continuously record the vital parameters and immediately draw attention to acute and unpredictable events. As a result, the medical professional can react immediately, which increases the chance of survival, particularly in seriously ill and old patients.
Relevant functions that require monitoring include respiration, the cardiac function and circulation. Body temperature control plays an important role as well, especially in smaller animals that cool down quickly. In our shop, we offer patient monitors recording data on these parameters as well as many others. Since the models vary greatly in terms of measurable parameters, size, features and accessories, we offer the ideal patient monitor for every need.
Extensive and concise: our monitors for stationary use
With a display size of up to 15 inches, the veterinary patient monitors provide an excellent overview over a large selection of parameters.
With the iM12 and iM15 from Biocare, you can for example monitor ECG, breathing rate, breathing wave, temperature, oxygen saturation, pulse rate and non-invasive blood pressure.
With separately available accessories, you can even monitor the invasive blood pressure, CO2 and cardiac output.
The Biolight M8500VET monitor comes with extensive accessories, such as cables and clips to measure the needed parameters as well as five different blood pressure cuffs in different sizes.
With us, you will find these and many more patient monitors for use in your veterinary practice.
Intuitive and handy: our handheld monitors for mobile use
Weighing only 250g, the M3T Mini vet Handheld patient monitor is no larger than a smartphone and ideal for use on the go.
Nevertheless, it contains everything needed for determining SpO2, pulse, temperature and blood pressure. It is delivered with SpO2 clips of different sizes and five blood pressure cuffs for use with different animals.
The M850 Vet handheld monitor from Biolight is particularly easy to operate as it is equipped with a handy touch screen and gravity sensor, which automatically aligns the display.
Additionally, the lithium-ion battery allows for up to 28 hours of network-independent operation. Do you have any questions about our products and need help choosing the ideal patient monitor for your needs? Feel free to get in touch via telephone, e-mail or live chat.
Editors: Elisa May, Sam Selzner