We can help you select the right veterinary CO2 equipment for your practice.
Have you considered adding veterinary CO2 monitoring? Among the most informative values currently available in monitor technology are end-tidal CO2 (EtCO2) and inspiratory CO2. Indeed, EtCO2 (i.e. the amount of carbon dioxide in exhaled air) tells us so much about the ventilation and depth of anesthesia.
We are a proud DRE distributor of new and refurbished medical equipment, and we can provide onsite maintenance, repair, and installation for your dental machines, microscopes, anesthesia machines, and autoclaves.
Whether you are getting ready to open your doors to patients or you want to upgrade your current veterinary equipment, our professional, knowledgeable team can help you determine which veterinary CO2 equipment is right for your practice.
If you have any questions about veterinary CO2 and any of the products we offer that can help you improve the care you provide to cats, dogs, and other animals, do not hesitate to contact us. Learn more about veterinary CO2 monitoring and the different equipment we can provide your practice with by reaching out to us today.