veterinary imaging

12/11/2019

New JSAP study shows capability of smartphones for radiographic interpretation

A new study, published in the latest issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), suggests that smartphones can be a useful tool for veterinary radiographic interpretation. The use of telemedicine in veterinary clinical practice continues to generate debate, with the profession considering both the potential risks and advantages associated with technological advances. One […]

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07/11/2019

New CT Scanner for The Mobile Vet

Image shows John Knight, Director of the Mobile Vet, standing next to the CT scanner with a patient

John Knight Director of The Mobile Vet ‘The Mobile Vet’, based in the Isle of Wight, is proud to announce the addition of a CT Scanner to their practice; the latest adoption in a string of innovative investments. After many negotiations and risk assessments, The Mobile Vet has, for the last 3 years, been using […]

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18/07/2017

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging appoints Commercial Director

Kirsti Gordon Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has appointed Kirsti Gordon to the role of Commercial Director. The position is a new one for Hallmarq and Kirsti’s role will be to drive growth and deliver value for customers across the Hallmarq portfolio of diagnostic imaging products which includes equine standing MRI, the PetVet small animal MRI and […]

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23/02/2017

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging extends support for veterinary clinics in Asia Pacific region

  Brett Tapson Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has appointed Brett Tapson to the position of Asia Pacific Support/Service Engineer. He will play a key role in the installation, service and support of equine and small animal MRIs in veterinary clinics across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region. Hallmarq is a global company, manufacturing veterinary […]

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19/12/2016

New research collection shows how cutting-edge imaging is improving equine head and spine diagnoses

The better vets can examine their equine patients the better they are able diagnose and treat them. The good news is that major progress in imaging of the head and spine is helping to achieve exactly this. The Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) has joined forces with Equine Veterinary Education and Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound to […]

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