During the AAEP 2020 Virtual Showcase, Vetel unveiled what really matters when buying a Digital Radiography System for your practice. What numbers should you pay attention to? If you want the best value and the best quality images, consider the facts in this presentation before you make your purchase. To see Vetel’s full offering of DR systems that check all the boxes, check out our product page.
Did you miss the live lecture on Artificial Intelligence in Veterinary Medicine? Don’t worry, we have it here for you to review! Harnessing neural networks in veterinary medicine. See what its all about! Explore why Vetel Diagnostics is the leading developer of artificial intelligence for veterinary diagnostic imaging by visiting our Intelligent Imaging page.
As originally published in Today’s Veterinary Practice,” March/April 2016 (Volume 6, Number 2) Danielle Mauragis, AS, CVT, and Clifford R. Berry, DVM, Diplomate ACVRUniversity of Florida Welcome to our series of articles on small animal abdominal ultrasonography. The first 3 articles provided an overview of basic ultrasonography principles, while the previous article and this one review a systematic pattern for scanning the abdomen. Future articles will discuss scanning principles for each abdominal organ and system, normal sonographic appearance of abdominal organs [...]
When you’re in the market for a new digital radiography system, it can be hard to parse what metrics count most. Can you define the following? DQE – Detector Quantum Efficiency MTF – Modulation Transfer Function lp/mm – line pairs per millimeter If not, you’re in the majority! Watch this quick video to learn why these numbers are important. Why choose Vetel Diagnostics? Explore many options here.
The Section 179 tax deduction is a significant way to save money at your veterinary practice. You can deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment purchased or financed during that tax year. Most Vetel Diagnostics equipment — including digital radiography systems, ultrasound systems, endoscopy, and digital dental systems — qualifies for this tax deduction, which allows you to write off up to $1,040,000 on assets costing up to $2,590,000. The U.S. government wants to motivate veterinary practices to buy equipment. [...]
53 – Neural Networks and Veterinary Imaging In This Episode Veterinary software and tools are typically capable of a lot more than what they are used for day-to-day, but it’s an unfortunate fact that many veterinarians simply do not have the time to invest in learning how to use them more fully. Can artificial intelligence be the answer in helping veterinarians do more with their tools? This week on the Veterinary Innovation Podcast, Shawn and Ivan are joined by John Craig, the [...]
Vertebral Heart Score (VHS) for Companion Animals is now automated! Our canine VHS has been independently verified by Dr. Sonya Gordon and the cardiology team at Texas A&M. In this study, the VHS measurements made by human experts for over 1000 dogs were compared with the measurement made by our AI, and the average difference was 3.3% which might be considered a statistical match. See Vertebral Heart Score mark-up in action: Our AI / Neural Network software platform is available in both a Cloud based application and also a version embedded [...]
When you’re in the market for a new digital radiography system, it can be hard to parse what metrics count most. Can you define the following? DQE – Detector Quantum Efficiency MTF – Modulation Transfer Function lp/mm – line pairs per millimeter If not, you’re in the majority! Watch this quick video to learn why these numbers are important. Consider the numbers and take a look at some options that measure up. More veterinary digital radiography solutions here.
As originally published in Today’s Veterinary Practice,” March/April 2015 (Volume 5, Number 2) Julie Callahan Clark, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM University of Pennsylvania Welcome to our newest column in Today’s Veterinary Practice—Endoscopy Essentials. Similar to our Imaging Essentials column, which addresses radiography by anatomic location, each article in this column will discuss endoscopic evaluation of a specifi c body system, reviewing indications, disease abnormalities, and proper endoscopic technique. The Endoscopy Essentials articles are archived at  Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy (UGIE) is a minimally invasive procedure that can: Aid [...]
Endoscopy Essentials: Lower Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Series. Part 1: Overview of Lower Gastrointestinal Endoscopywp-admin
As originally published in Today’s Veterinary Practice,” July/August 2016 (Volume 6, Number 4) Patrick S. Moyle, DVM, and Alex Gallagher, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM University of Florida Welcome to Endoscopy Essentials, a column that discusses endoscopic evaluation of specific body systems, reviewing indications, disease abnormalities, and proper endoscopic techniques. Visit tvpjournal.com to read the first three Endoscopy Essentials articles: Overview of Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (November/December 2014) Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Techniques (March/April 2015) Endoscopic Foreign Body Retrieval (November/December 2015). Lower gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic technique that allows the clinician [...]