Brinsea has worked for many years with vets and animal rescue centres to provide equipment designed to give sick and injured animals the environment they need to make the quickest and safest recovery. Vets and vet nurses need to spend as much of their time as possible on their patients and Vetario products are designed to be practical and functional. The emphasis is on ease of use, toughness and above all, ease of cleaning. Vetario intensive care products are popular with vets, animal hospitals, rescue centres and animal breeders across a wide range of countries. The T40M and T50M are specifically designed to provide elevated oxygen levels and control the fire hazards that higher than normal oxygen levels bring. Elevated oxygen concentration is a vital tool in the successful recovery of animals from a variety of conditions but when combined with other elements of an intensive care unit (electronics, fans, heaters, etc.) it can pose a very real fire risk if the hazards aren’t properly controlled. Brinsea’s Vetario intensive care units have been very carefully designed to meet stringent safety regulations.
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‘The Vetario Intensive care unit is an invaluable addition to our ability to provide a high standard of care to our patients, when intensive care and support is required. It is an essential piece of equipment when critically ill or collapsed patients are presented. The intensive care unit provides warmth to our patients that are presented with hypothermia or to our patients which are unable to sustain their body temperature due to illness. Our reptile patients are ectothermic and depend on additional warmth for correct metabolism. The incubator can also be used for supplementary oxygen therapy and nebulisation of medicines when required especially useful in our critically ill patients.
The Vetario intensive care unit is easy to use and set up, temperatures can be set as required and the humidity can be regulated particularly to our exotics. The size of the unit can accommodate a range of species and it has proved easy to clean and maintain. We have found the intensive care unit to be a fantastic piece of equipment which we use on a daily basis.’
Elizabeth Hanson, Head Vet Nurse, Taylor and Marshall, Shifnall, Shropshire
Dip AVN/CVN, RVN, Cert ECC, Cert Exotics
Brinsea all the way. Not just because it's cracking equipment that's safe. But it's a uk business too. And you've gotta spend money in the uk if you can. Well done to you guys for being market...