IBEX Portable Ultrasound: Scan a Bovine Umbilical Abscess

By Mia Varra on Fri, Nov 08, 2019 @ 08:54 AM

Attached are some bovine ultrasound scans from an umbilical abscess in a 3 month old beef heifer calf on grass submitted by Dr. Paul Chard, Brush Colorado (Follow Dr Chard on twitter @CattleVet)

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Summer Sizzle...Everyone Loves A Sale!

By Chas Maloy on Thu, Jul 18, 2019 @ 08:30 AM

With summer heating up, we wanted to share some very impressive special pricing to help you beat the heat.

During the summer months we like to clear out some of our inventory—both new and demo gear that we have in stock. This year we are offering pricing never seen before on our most popular ultrasound products.

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Yukon Vet Uses IBEX EVO To Diagnose Canine Patient

By Chas Maloy on Wed, Jun 19, 2019 @ 08:30 AM

Dr. Michelle Oakley, Yukon Vet, uses the IBEX® EVO® in the clinic, too. She is using the C6E probe [multi-frequency transducer, 4-9 MHz, 18 cm depth] to diagnose Barney, her canine patient.

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Cow Disposition Affects Pregnancy Rate

By Gary Veserat, MS, PAS on Tue, Jun 11, 2019 @ 08:30 AM

Written by Glenn Selk, PhD. Beef Cattle Specialist Emeritus with the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.

beef cow + calf

Now we have another good excuse to cull cows due to bad temperament. Producers that routinely breed cows artificially realize that cows that are unruly and nervous are less likely to conceive to artificial insemination. Presumably, the lowered conception rates were because they have been stressed as they are passed through the working facilities and restrained while being synchronized and inseminated. Research trials indicate, even in the serenity of a natural breeding pasture, cows with bad dispositions are less likely to conceive when mated with bulls.

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Born In The USA...It's Hard These Days!

By Chas Maloy on Tue, Jun 04, 2019 @ 08:46 AM

For this latest blog installment, I have decided to go a bit off topic. As a small business owner, I am asked all the time—how, or more importantly why, do you run an engineering and manufacturing company in the U.S. these days. Well, it is a great question and one that keeps me up at night.

E.I. Medical ImagingE.I. Medical Imaging, Loveland, CO

You cannot turn on the news, regardless of how you get your news, to hear the dismal stories of American manufacturing jobs leaving the US. We are not here to get into a political debate, but the statistics do not lie. Don’t get me wrong, things are improving, but of all small business firms in the US, only 2% are categorized as manufacturing firms.1

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Three Methods to Improve Broodmare Ultrasound

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Tue, May 21, 2019 @ 09:37 AM

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1...Obtain the best image possible
Take the time to completely evacuate the rectum, and use plenty of lube for contact. If your ultrasound system provides variable frequency transducers, remember to operate at the highest frequency that still allows you enough depth to visualize all the pertinent structures; this will optimize the resolution of your image! You’ll acquire a higher quality (and larger!) ovary image scanning at 6cm than you will at 12cm. In addition, become familiar with your equipment; experiment with gain, contrast, and persistence in order to achieve the image that you desire.

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Yukon Vet Uses IBEX EVO

By Chas Maloy on Mon, May 13, 2019 @ 07:37 AM

Dr. Michelle Oakley, Yukon Vet, uses an IBEX® EVO® in the wild. She is using the L6E probe [linear transducer, 5-8 MHz, 18 cm depth] and wearing our latest high-resolution i3 goggles.

Yukon Vet Uses IBEX EVO
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When Should My Veterinarian Ultrasound My Pregnant Broodmare?

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Fri, Apr 19, 2019 @ 08:04 AM

pregnant mare + IBEX

So you've decided to breed your mare! This can be a very exciting time, but it can be overwhelming as well. The process is at times frustrating if you encounter fertility issues, and can be expensive even when everything goes perfectly. Once your mare is bred, routine ultrasound exams should be scheduled. Your veterinarian may wish to conduct the following exams...

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Trade-In to Trade-Up [Equine]

By Chas Maloy on Tue, Apr 16, 2019 @ 10:17 AM

It's that time—time to trade-in to trade-up to the latest ultrasound technology for equine reproduction.
Trade in any manufacturer's ultrasound to earn $3000 or more toward purchase. Watch the video to learn more...

Trade-in to Trade-up


Click here to get more information on trading-in to trade-up for equine reproduction, or call us at 1.866.365.6596. To download details on upgrade options, click here.

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The Benefits of Everyday Ultrasound

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Mon, Mar 11, 2019 @ 03:46 PM

Not just pets

With our next generation EVO® II and FASTVet™, you can be using ultrasound EVERY DAY in your companion animal practice! 

With FASTVet™ techniques, you don’t need to be an expert sonographer to assess and monitor your patients. These are standardized, goal-directed exams that any veterinarian can easily learn and implement. Built-in procedural videos provide immediate assistance in performing FASTVet™ protocols. And in emergencies, no other tool offers such unparalleled, exigent diagnostic assistance.

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To learn more about portable, rugged veterinary ultrasound, click here or call 1.866.365.6596
Trade-in to Trade-up get credit for any ultrasound when you trade up to IBEX premium veterinary ultrasound
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