Human beings are aware of the most technologically advanced treatment methods the world has ever seen. Ailments that were once considered terminal are now combatable, even curable, thanks to the research and development of pioneers in the field of medicine.
Just as impressive is the high-tech equipment hidden within the walls of animal hospitals around the world. That equipment is identical to the devices used to deal with human diseases. Thanks to this equipment and the veterinarians who use it, the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in dogs has proven to be astonishingly successful.
Whether your dog is suffering from constipation, tumors, heartworm, cancer, or any other ailment, your veterinarian can provide the best care, using high-tech equipment such as:
* Echography, or ultrasound, equipment for diagnosing heart and abdominal problems.
* Electrocardiogram to detect problems with heart function.
* Radiography, or x-rays, to capture still images of a dog’s internal structure.
* Fluoroscopy radiography, or X-rays, to view instant real-time images of a dog’s internal structure.
* CT scan, to view 3D and cross-sectional images of a dog’s organs and bones, and to find tumors
* MRI, for applications similar to those of a computed tomography, but with better tissue visualization contrast. It is
useful for looking at the brain, heart, muscles, and any tumors that may be present.
* Photodynamic therapy, for the targeted removal of tumors.
* BICOM machine, for strengthening a dog’s immune system, in the battle against toxins, cancer and
* BFS machine, to restore your dog’s natural body rhythms and to increase blood counts, circulation and
* Endoscopic surgical equipment, for biopsies and surgeries with minimal invasion and scarring.
* Surgical microscope, for a higher level of precision during veterinary surgery.
*Anesthesia equipment, for the best in administration and monitoring of your dog’s state of consciousness
and vital signs during veterinary surgery.
Your dog’s best chances for a long and healthy life can be realized when your veterinarian creates a collage of care. That creation must include the latest high-tech diagnostic and treatment equipment; dog medicine when needed; special attention to canine diseases, gestation and care of puppies; and an approach that understands that your dog’s symptoms are indicators of larger problems.
Veterinary medicine often lays the groundwork for advances in conventional medicine, so it’s only right that your dog should benefit from those advances.
Your part in caring for your dog includes making sure he is examined annually by a veterinarian, receives appropriate and timely dog vaccinations, and that his teeth are kept clean with regular brushing.
To offer your dog even more, ask a veterinarian in your area if their animal hospitals employ the latest in medical equipment for your dog’s care. Doing so will ensure your dog gets the best care possible, so he can join the animal doctor as leader of the pack.