VETCORDER AIRMATE™ with VETCORDER™ PRO: THE PERFECT TEAM!

Purchased together in our “combo” package option the Vetcorder™ Pro and Vetcorder Airmate™ can often replace outdated bulky monitoring systems. In the palm of your hand, the multi parameter monitoring can be used from admission to discharge.  ECG, SpO2, EtCO2, Internal Temperature – all covered between two hand-held devices that fit in your pocket. By bundling the monitors we are able to offer almost $500 in savings as well as increased parameter coverage. 

 

Increasing standards in patient care with the VETCORDER COMBO!

Clinical judgement is the most important component of interoperative monitoring. Any instrumentation used for intraoperative monitoring should always be in addition to the clinical judgement of competent veterinarians and veterinary anesthesia nurses. Typical standards are monitoring for oxygen saturation by pulse oximeter. This monitor measures blood hemoglobin O2 saturation. In patients receiving supplemental O2 this parameter drops only when the patient’s circulation / ventilation is jeopardized.  Many veterinary anesthesiologists believe in raising this standard to include ECG monitoring and monitoring for the presence of exhaled carbon dioxide using a capnograph. The Vetcorder COMBO can provide an extra level of patient safety by monitoring the adequacy of ventilation as well as the physical waveform of the ECG in addition to monitoring SpO2. The Vetcorder Combo can be purchased through your favorite distributor or by directly clicking the “add to cart” button below. 

Every Vetcorder Combo comes with our WORLD CLASS SERVICE AND SUPPORT CENTER!

 

Wherever and whenever EtCO2 monitoring is used, it improves patient anesthesia safety. End-tidal CO2 monitoring should be the standard of care in all veterinary clinics. The portability and reliability of the Vetcorder Airmate now extends EtCO2 monitoring safety beyond the operating room.

Dr. Rodney S. Kuenzi, BS, DVM

Kuenzi Family Pet Hospital

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