Veterinary Practice Social Media Don’ts

By E.I. Medical Imaging on Tue, Feb 25, 2020 @ 08:46 AM

Now...What NOT to Do

If you missed our earlier post on Social Media Do's, read that here...

Social Media Tips for Veterinarians

Social media has become many veterinary clients’ dominant source of information, making it almost impossible not to feel some sense of urgency to jump in. But in the rush to start posting content, you could make some critical mistakes.

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Veterinary Practice Social Media Do's

By E.I. Medical Imaging on Thu, Feb 20, 2020 @ 08:27 AM

Did you know...Social Media Tips for Veterinarians

  • In a recent AAEP survey, respondents say veterinary social media and social networking are becoming more important for their business.

  • Veterinarians who integrate social media into their marketing strategy see an uptick on new business leads and retain customer loyalty more than those who do not.

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Equine Follicle Aspiration

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Mon, Feb 17, 2020 @ 08:43 AM

EQOPU REVISED

E.I. Medical Imaging's C9OPU-HD transducer is not your average TVA setup—we were the first to introduce a one-piece probe that’s lighter, slimmer, and easier to clean than the old screw-on clamshell handles.

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4 New Products!

By Chas Maloy on Tue, Sep 17, 2019 @ 08:00 AM

E.I. Medical Imaging, always innovating for veterinary ultrasound users, has just launched 4 new products!

IBEX® PRO/cPRO-c-with-image-WEB CROP

The new high definition CLi4HD, hard-wired to an updated PRO platform. Designed specifically for bovine and equine reproduction. New technology provides clear, high definition scans seen only on higher end ultrasound units. More information...

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Explaining Ultrasound Images To Your Equine Clients

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Tue, Jul 09, 2019 @ 08:31 AM

Pregnant or not?

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As a veterinarian, you’re trained to understand what you see on an ultrasound machine, but your equine client may be baffled by the images. They may not even know what ultrasound imaging actually is or does, or its value as a diagnostic tool. Here are some tips for explaining ultrasound images to horse owners.

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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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How Does Ultrasound Work?

By Erika Wierman, DVM on Tue, Dec 11, 2018 @ 02:58 PM

If you’re new to ultrasound, an image may look like nothing more than a swirling array of grey tones on the screen.  Interpretation requires an understanding of anatomy and physiology, but also of how ultrasound technology functions.

Consider the sonar produced by a bat in flight. The bat emits high frequency sounds, which then bounce off of objects in its proximity and return to the bat. The animal uses the strength, direction, and timing of the returning sound to determine where those objects are and to avoid a collision.

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