As part of our commitment to our patients, The Animal Clinic has further invested in our surgical facility.
One addition is a digital vital sign monitoring system specifically designed for veterinary clinics. This technology integrates the monitoring of electrocardiography (ECG), non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP), pulse oximetry (SpO2), Capnography (Co2) and temperature – similar to the systems used in human hospitals.
Anesthetic machines installed in both the surgical and dental suites assist us in ensuring your pet’s safety during an anesthetic. We have even installed body warmers to keep your pets warm and cozy during their surgical procedures.
If you have any questions or would like a tour of our surgical suites, feel free to call for an appointment.
Used extensively in human healthcare, laser technology is a treatment with multiple applications. Now veterinarians have turned to laser surgery, and we are proud to be able to offer this service to our four legged patients.
How It Works
The laser is an intense beam of light. Using an instrument that allows it to be precisely controlled, the surgeon uses the laser beam to replace the traditional scalpel. The laser energy instantly vaporizes the water found in tissue, allowing it to “cut” or essentially remove an extremely small area of tissue.
Will Laser Surgery be used for my pet’s treatment?
This is completely based on the type of procedure. If applicable, our veterinarians will discuss with you how laser treatment will be used during your pet’s surgery.
At The Animal Clinic we are proud to have a dental suite equipped with multi speed hand pieces, an ultrasonic sealer, a wet/dry table and a dental radiograph unit.