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Choose Veterinary Tables Carefully to Design Your Veterinary Facility with Efficiency in Mind

Choose Veterinary Tables Carefully to Design Your Veterinary Facility with Efficiency in Mind
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Choose Veterinary Tables Carefully to Design Your Veterinary Facility with Efficiency in Mind

Each area of your veterinary facility needs to keep efficiency in mind, so you can put your focus on what’s important: the health of those animals entrusted to your care. Your front desk area must accommodate your staff as well as multiple pet owners and their pets as they wait to be seen. When it comes to your exam and treatment areas, choosing quality veterinary tables with the features that will allow you to work efficiently can make a big difference.

If you will have large breed dogs and other heavier patients, having at least one exam room outfitted with an electric exam table is going to be a must. One option is the DRE VSE 2350. This table lowers to a minimum of 12”, which allows the patient to get on it easily and then raise it to a maximum of 42” to be able to provide treatment in comfort. The large 22” x 44” raised-edge, stainless steel top provides room for the patient, and the stainless-steel crossbars can support up to 300 pounds. Veterinary tables such as this model are idea for exam rooms, as well as surgical rooms.

Another option is a hydraulic table, which comes in stationery as well as mobile models. These are generally lower in cost but may not support as much weight. They also do not have the same range of heights. For example, the DRE Element lowers to only 29” and has a weight capacity of 200 pounds. This type does afford efficiency and can make an ideal addition for one of your exam or surgical rooms.

If you would like a knowledgeable staff to help you with the selection of veterinary tables for your facility, don’t hesitate to call us at Georgian Anesthesia and Medical Corp. We’ll be happy to go over the various models and their benefits, specifications, and warranties, so you can choose those tables that will work best for you.

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