Veterinary patients do not seek medical attention themselves. An animal is most
often presented to the veterinarian as a result of symptoms observed by an
owner or caretaker. The veterinarian responsibility is to then evaluate and treat
the animal as accurately as possible. Diagnostic evaluation is often aided by
immediate visual cues.
Digital Thermal Images do not depict temperature but measure the radiant energy
from the target tissue. These cameras read and illuminate this energy and are both
non invasive and non destructive as an aid to patient diagnosis and improved
Digital Thermal Imaging can be a crucial and valuable “on the spot” visual tool in helping diagnose
inflammation or lack of circulation and its exact location in the animals body. A valuable tool used as an adjunct with diagnostic procedures.
Check out the new Digital Thermal Imaging article in August’s Veterinary Practice News: “MAPPING THE FLOW OF THE FUTURE”
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