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Most used veterinary equipment and medicine list in 2024

What is a veterinary diagnosis?

In the veterinary clinic for both small and large animals, diagnosis is the process of identifying a pathology and/or condition based on signs and symptoms, clinical history, a complete physical examination, and the correct use of laboratory tests and diagnostic images. that complement the clinician’s observations, is the great challenge and difficulty that the veterinarian faces with his patients every day, requiring greater commitment, acquisition of knowledge, and especially tools that allow us to facilitate and determine the disease that overwhelms our patient.

In veterinary medicine, the challenge is greater considering that the information must be obtained from the physical and behavioral manifestations of the animal; as well as the information provided by their caregivers. However, these data are scarce when there is no correlation between the symptoms and the developing pathology.

Detailed attention:

It is for this reason that the use of laboratory tests is, in addition to being useful, indispensable; allowing us to have clearer and more precise information about the impact that this pathology is generating in the animal. In this way, the treatment is concluded with greater precision.

However, it is important to highlight that, although technology allows for exact results, their success depends on the process that has been carried out. That is, the quality of the sample, it’s processing, the biosafety protocols used, the knowledge of the diagnostic equipment, and especially the certainty that the device is working in optimal conditions.

Technology is a support for the veterinary doctor since it allows complete information to be obtained to gain a deeper understanding of the pathology and the effects it is having on the animal. Having the latest technology equipment allows the diagnosis to be faster, having complete security that the process for taking the sample and its analysis had all the necessary protocols to have a reliable result.


As mentioned above, the certainty of the results depends largely on the quality of the sample taken, for this it is necessary to take special care when following the protocol, which will make it easier to achieve a conclusive diagnosis.

It is important to remember that starting pharmacological treatment before diagnosis and using laboratory tests can alter the results and make the process of identifying the pathology difficult or even generate or aggravate the symptoms already present.

If possible, try to extract the samples before the clinical examination since, on some occasions, this can predispose the animal, generating stress, aggressive behaviors, and even organic modifications that can alter the results of the sample. 

At the time of collection, it is essential to follow safety protocols, to minimize the risk of contamination and alteration of the sample, injuries to medical personnel, and even to the patient himself. Therefore, the proper use of elements such as muzzles, straps, ties, and gloves, among other elements, is the key to facilitating and guaranteeing the intake, avoiding adverse reactions, reducing the animal’s tension, and safeguarding the integrity of those present.

The materials used to collect the sample, as well as its subsequent handling, are part of the success of the diagnosis, the extraction volume, the patient’s conditions, use of the appropriate tube or tubes for the different types of tests, conservation of the sample, classification, processing time, transportation, device calibration, and control, temperature, etc. Some factors influence the result. 

Following the line of care, it is important to have all the biosafety elements that, in addition to taking care of the sample, allow the clinician to protect himself, such as the use of surgical gloves, footwear, and clothing that are easily disinfected and, where possible, the use of face masks, thus reducing the risk of contamination and infection. It is important to highlight that no element is superfluous on this list and that, on the contrary, no effort should be spared to facilitate and ensure the diagnosis, which will ultimately lead to the correct treatment for the animal.

Although it seems complex to ensure that all these processes are carried out correctly, the truth is that gathering all the data from the assessment, anamnesis, laboratory results, and others, will facilitate and reduce the time in diagnosis, initiation of timely treatment, avoid patient deterioration, promote recovery, reduce costs for the owner and inconvenience in general.

What medical equipment is needed in a veterinary clinic?

To equip a veterinary clinic, it is necessary to have medical equipment that can meet the needs in care, guarantee animal health, and approximate medical diagnosis. During and after the patient consultation, there are various pieces of equipment, brands, techniques, and tools in general to guarantee a good assessment, for this reason, the following is necessary:

Thermometers: there are different types on the market, such as digital ones for taking rectal temperatures and infrared ones responsible for measuring the animal’s temperature without the need for direct contact.

Stethoscope: its main function is to listen to the sounds of the heart, lungs, and, sometimes, the gastrointestinal system. What varies from one manufacturer to another is its design. Hence the importance of having different models that allow their use in animals of different sizes. For example, a veterinary stethoscope for small animals should have a smaller diaphragm than traditional stethoscopes. The same goes for tube lengths.

Otoscopes: An essential tool for examining the ears and visualizing the ear canal and eardrum.

Scales: their function is to determine weight, the size of the scale varies according to the type of animal that is normally treated in the veterinary clinic. 

Veterinary glucometers: responsible for measuring blood glucose in animals, they mainly come with a calibration for canines and felines; other more precise ones come for glucose and ketone measurement with individual calibration by species, they are even found for cattle.

Oximeter: an essential tool to measure oxygen saturation, essential in emergencies and surgical procedures.

To begin with, these are some tools that help with the initial diagnosis to quickly determine the general conditions when entering the veterinary clinic. Although it does not provide detailed information on the specific status of the animal, it does allow for an overview of its status.

However, it is very important to keep in mind that diagnostic medical equipment is the one that will provide valuable and accurate information about your health, using samples that, handled correctly, will offer complete results that allow us to conclude with a diagnosis that will end in a treatment that improves the health and well-being of the animal.

Among the various tools, there are also non-invasive medical equipment such as radiographic equipment that, thanks to the images they show, allow the location of the damage and its severity to be identified. There is also ultrasonic medical equipment that uses high-frequency sounds to produce images of the tissues and internal organs of animals.

Diagnostic medical equipment:

Necessary to determine in detail the health of the animal, although many prefer to send the samples to laboratories, the truth is that, with so many options on the market, it is important to leave on the table the importance of investing in diagnostic equipment that allows In one place everything you need.

Biochemistry analyzer:

There are different sizes and processing capacities, automated and semi-automated; Regardless of the choice, it will allow the analysis of multiple metabolites present in the samples and determine the affected organ(s); However, you must keep in mind that due to its complexity you must have highly trained personnel in the handling of this equipment.

Freeze-Dried Blood Chemistry Medical Device:

An accurate diagnosis can be made in a short time at the liver, kidney, electrolyte, metabolic, and coagulation levels, among others. This type of technology usually comes in POCT devices, they handle multiple diagnostic panels, are easy to use, and are recommended for veterinary offices and clinics.

Urine analyzer:

This device provides very important information, as it helps determine pathologies such as kidney failure, abnormal cells, hematuria, and urinary infection, among others; Because the analyzer reads the test strips, it avoids interpretation errors versus manual reading, it is easy to use, cost-effective and is recommended for laboratories, clinics and veterinary offices.

Hematology analyzer:

There are  3- and 5-part hematology analyzers designed to meet the needs of veterinary clinics and laboratories, with the capacity to process up to 60 samples per hour from multiple species such as cats, dogs, rabbits, cattle, horses, among others; The difference between these two analyzers is the ability to identify the leukocyte populations, with the 3-part analyzer (Neutrophils, Lymphocytes and other cells grouped into medium cells) and the 5-part analyzer identifying the entire white population (Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Eosinophils). Basophils, and Monocytes).

Having medical equipment, trained personnel, and the ideal place is very important to care for our patients. Planning comprehensive care that responds to the medical needs and expectations of caregivers is a fundamental aspect of the success of a veterinary clinic; Not skimping on efforts or studies will guarantee correct care and, finally, successful treatment.

Intending to improve the service, and provide a satisfactory experience that allows optimal and adequate care, we present some of the diagnostic equipment that, due to their characteristics, are protagonists when talking about veterinary diagnosis.

Biochemistry analyzer:

Biochemistry analyzers, also known as clinical chemistry analyzers, are used to determine metabolites present in biological samples such as blood or urine. The study of these fluids allows many diseases to be diagnosed. 

There are semi-automated biochemical analyzers on the market with touch screens and easy-to-use software, perfect for small veterinary laboratories and clinics. Animal species: canine, feline, equine, bovine and pig. Some have a 5-inch touch screen and a permanent quartz Flowcell keyboard, a long-life halogen lamp, real-time display of the reaction curve, and are easy to maintain.

Freeze-Dried Blood Chemistry Medical Device:

A device with multiple diagnostic parameters that allows you to determine the current status of the patient and monitor it from the panel, it includes 22 diagnostic parameters with accurate results in a few minutes.

It provides detailed information on the liver, kidney, pancreas, and metabolic levels, among others. Ideal for elderly patients and to check the status of recently adopted cats and dogs.

It also allows the patient’s acid-base balance to be determined, which helps guide treatment. Electrolyte quantification provides key information about the loss of body fluids for prolonged periods due to vomiting, diarrhea or high fever; inadequate diet and lack of vitamins in foods, malabsorption syndrome, endocrine disorders, and kidney disease, among others.

Urine analyzer:

Currently, there are analyzers with touch screens and easy-to-use software. The built-in thermal printer that allows the user to print results automatically. It is designed to analyze samples from dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and pigs.

Hematology analyzer:

There are  3-part hematology analyzers designed to meet the needs of veterinary clinics, allowing the processing of 60 samples per hour for species such as cats, dogs, and rabbits. There are also 5-part veterinary hematology analyzers indicated for veterinary clinics and veterinary laboratories, which allow differentiating the five white blood cell populations as Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils, and Monocytes.

Biomarker Analyzer:

There is Fluorescence Immunoassay equipment that allows the measurement of qualitative biomarkers with body fluids in the laboratory or POCT Point of Care Testing, easy to handle, occupies minimal space, has minimum sample volume (5 to 50 μL depending on the test), and processing time. analysis (10 to 20 minutes, depending on the test), wide detection range, greater precision (Europio), and Identification of tests using 2D barcode.

These are some of the equipment designed for veterinary diagnosis. It is important to invest in products that have support and have all the functionalities that will allow you to optimize processes in veterinary clinics. Verify, according to needs, that the necessary equipment is available to offer a fast, quality, and safe service. Investing in our products helps the growth of the business, and supports the work to continue with comprehensive and optimal care that guarantees that animal health care complies with all the necessary protocols to provide a safe and quality experience.

All the veterinary instruments your clinic needs

If we work with animals we want our veterinary instruments to adapt to the needs we may have in our clinic. We must opt for utensils and products that guarantee reliability and whose technology allows us to have confidence in their durability.

The basis of the instruments: The veterinary set:

One of the most important products for every veterinarian is the veterinary set. It is a briefcase in which we find the essential instruments to carry out work. We have already talked about this product on other occasions, highlighting those from the Riester brand.

The set has the necessary instruments for every veterinarian, pet clinic, or animal hospital. Products for continued and habitual use.

Among the most complete we highlight the Vet I Otoscope Set, a ri-scope surgical otoscope set that has ear specula. It also has spare lamps in an impact-resistant case. It is designed especially for large animals

If we need something more complete, and also ideal for large animals, the Vet Deluxe I Set is what we need. Includes surgical otoscope, tongue depressor, ophthalmoscope, nasal speculum, and other accessories and replacement lamps in impact-resistant packaging.


Also known as a stethoscope, this acoustic product used in all areas of medicine is also a fundamental part of the veterinary instruments that every clinic needs. It is necessary to auscultate and listen to the internal sounds of animals. It is usually used to interpret heart, intestinal, or respiratory sounds.

When choosing the stethoscope that we need for the treatment of animals, we must take into account that it is an instrument that does not entail any risk, so we must base our choice on the comfort, hearing, and durability it offers.

The front lamp:

Both for recognition and treatment. A headlamp with white LED light offers us the lighting we need in the most difficult moments. In this case, at Salvador Navarro, we recommend choosing based on two keys: efficiency and quality of light.

We will achieve the most efficient diagnosis with a product that offers us the highest light output, LED if possible, with flexible articulation between the light and the headband. Some notable products such as the ri-focus LED Front Lamp make it easy to manipulate the light with one hand and have a focusable lamp to adapt to each case.

Specialized otoscopes:

A surgical otoscope, in the case of veterinary instruments, must be easy to use during examination or operation.

There are special designs for the treatment of animals such as the ri-scope Otoscope. It is ideal for use without obstacles when carrying out reconnaissance or an operation. It is available with Xenon lighting and also with a wide range of power supplies.

Flashlight recognition:

We must not neglect the flashlight. Many ignore this product due to its apparent simplicity, however, having an adapted flashlight will help us a lot.

The most notable in the sector is the exam Flashlight, a reconnaissance product that provides extraordinary light. Ideal for general and pupil recognition. It produces high-performance natural light, pre-focused, and with a homogeneous focus.


Diagnostic equipment manufactured and developed in Germany. Blood pressure monitors, stethoscopes, oto-ophthalmoscopes, or laryngoscopes to lamps and monitors.

An endoscopy is a procedure that allows the doctor to see inside your body. It uses an instrument called an endoscope or viewing tube. Endoscopes have a tiny camera attached to a long, thin tube. The doctor moves it through a tunnel or opening in the body to see the inside of an organ.

Laparoscopy consists of making between 3 and 4 incisions in the areas close to the area to be treated, under spinal anesthesia in the case of interventions in the pelvic area, or general anesthesia if it is performed in the abdominal cavity. In another of the incisions, the laparoscope is inserted, which is a cable with a video camera and a lamp at the distal end connected through fiber optics to a monitor, which the doctor uses to operate. The remaining incisions are used to introduce the surgical instruments necessary to perform the procedure, as long as they are required.

These instruments, both the laparoscope and the endoscope, have a stainless steel design to make the material more durable. They are of superior quality using controlled machine technology. Their modular design makes them safe to use. They are also easy to control for optimal surgeon comfort.

Best tools for veterinary doctor

Hello again animal health lover! Today we are going to learn about the essential tools for a veterinary doctor. We must clarify that these are not only instruments for daily use, we will show some rarely used or ignored ones that are highly efficient and indispensable when you start using them.

A veterinarian is a specialist in animal medicine who must diagnose, treat, and cure diseases of different animal species. To do this, he uses different equipment, instruments, and tools to facilitate his work and guarantee the patient’s health.

The 5 Essential Tools for Veterinary Doctors

We are going to describe 5 tools of a veterinarian and several examples of the instruments used in them to improve the way they work and optimize results.

1) Diagnosis

An essential stage of veterinary medicine is diagnosis, it is the first step in treating an animal, knowing its symptoms, and then using different tools or instruments to confirm its ailments. They are the following:

1. Stethoscope

2. Radiographic equipment

3. Ultrasound

4. Microscopes

These are some pieces of equipment that will help you diagnose through internal images of the body, and changes in blood or heart sounds.

2) Surgical

Surgical elements are the tools that the veterinarian uses to perform external or invasive interventions on his patients to cure or detect some type of disease. Currently, there are many types of surgeries, some quite specialized and others outpatient and simple for the animal.

Some surgical tools:

1. Scalpels

2. Tweezers

3. Needles

4. Syringes

5. Laser

And basic elements of any type of operating room, both veterinary and human medicine.

3) Digital tools

Digital tools are some types of machines such as Digital Endoscopes, and X-ray images among others that help collect images quickly for the detection of foreign bodies, fractures, and more in an animal.

4) Medications

The final stage resource on our list are medicines, vaccines, and the like which are used to prevent or treat diagnosed diseases, as in conventional human medicine, there are thousands of medicines used to treat diseases in animals.

5) Information systems

Information systems are the software where the animal’s medical history, its treatments, and a large amount of relevant data are stored. Having veterinary software today is essential, thanks to it you can follow the progress of an animal, and consult all its diseases and treatments to generate more accurate diagnoses in the future.

Vetmedic, we are a company dedicated to marketing veterinary medical equipment, with the best advanced technology for the care, surgery, diagnosis, and monitoring of large, small, and exotic animals, and with the commitment to satisfy the needs of our clients, providing technologies of the highest quality at the best price.

In addition to our offering of veterinary medical equipment, we understand the importance of providing comprehensive solutions for animal care professionals.

Is it legal to buy veterinary medicines online?

Until very recently, it was completely prohibited to sell and buy veterinary medicines online, regardless of their nature.

With the new regulations, it is now possible, but there are certain restrictions. The objective of these measures is to prevent fraud and guarantee the health of the animals. Our veterinary center has a specialized pet store where you can find food, antiparasites, and accessories.

Some products such as external antiparasitics or natural nutritional supplements are easy to find in specialized online stores, but normally to purchase medicines for animals it is necessary to go to the veterinary clinic or pharmacy.

To avoid travel, the cost of a visit to the veterinarian or to look for a cheaper alternative, many people choose to search online for the treatment they believe is suitable for their pet.

Legal measures for the sale of medicines

*Legal sale in pharmacies and veterinary centers: The possibility of acquiring medicines legally through pharmacies and veterinary clinics reduces cases of counterfeiting.

*Prescription medications: Medications that require a prescription must be issued by registered veterinarians; the legal sale of these medications without a prescription is not possible. As well as master formulas or autovaccines. The prescriptions must include the full name of the veterinarian, their membership details, the name of the medicine, and the quantity… and they must also be dated and signed. As a general rule, prescriptions are valid for 30 days.

*Medications must be authorized: According to current regulations they also have to be registered in the Veterinary Medicines Registry.

The medications with stricter legislation are narcotic types; in no case will you be able to find a legal sale of this type of medication online. They require a special recipe and official registration.

How do we identify a reliable online sale of pet medications?

Medicines can only be sold in authorized centers and can never be prescribed and sold by the same company. Businesses that sell veterinary medicines must submit a communication to the corresponding autonomous community specifying the intention to sell online.

This communication must include details about your business, the method of shipping products, the beginning of your commercial activity, your address, etc.

In the consultation, the veterinarian, after confirming the diagnosis of a disease, can prescribe the medication that the animal needs.

All sales of medicines must be made with the direct intervention of a veterinarian, who may also ask the client for additional information that they consider relevant. The buyer must receive all the necessary information on the use of the drug.

The sale of medicines must be direct, without intermediaries. That is, it must be done directly from the pharmacy, veterinary clinic, or online store.

Furthermore, the company must ensure the correct transportation of medications, guaranteeing their unalterability.

As you can see, getting sale of medicines (for human or veterinary use) through the internet is not easy, the store must be prepared to face many different requirements. For this reason, be wary of websites that offer veterinary medicine products without showing enough information

Most used veterinary equipment and medicine list

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Essential care for your pet:

The first thing I want to express is a lifestyle, a way of seeing our best friends, our life partners. Our pets are living beings that love and care for us like their own family, which is why they become part of ours. To properly care for our best friends we must see them as an essential and indispensable part of our home.

How should I care for my pet?

This question is the starting point when having an animal at home for the first time; it shows commitment and desire to do things well. To achieve optimal care for your pet you must take into account 6 essential aspects. These basic steps will take you from being a novice in this world to turning your pet into your family and taking care of it as such.

The 6 essential care to take care of your pet and ensure its well-being.

1. How should I treat my pet?

This is the point where we wanted to get to with the previously stated introduction. A pet is not an object, it is a complement to her home, it is a new member who wants to be accepted and treated in a good way.

*Pet him and talk to him nicely, this reduces his stress levels and strengthens your bond of friendship.

*Be understanding and correct them with love, they will not learn through mistreatment.

*Do not shout in their presence, like a child they feel fears and insecurities.

*Be responsible with their food and trips to the bathroom.

2. Your diet and nutrition:

Each species or breed has its characteristics and needs, the first point to know is the type of food and recommendations to take into account, the most common is to offer croquettes or concentrate food, but certain animals do not provide them with the necessary nutrients. and they must be complemented. It is best to find out about the type of food and quantity. Also, know which foods can be harmful and ensure that you never consume them.

*Know the type of food

*Know the frequency and quantity

*Recognize harmful foods and help prevent them

*Avoid excess food, obesity worsens your quality of life.

3. Bathrooms and hygiene:

There is still no exact manual that explains how to do it and its frequency. Some experts affirm that once a month is the indicated period, others talk about bathing them when necessary (dirt is visible in their fur). In our experience and as in other comments, this depends on the species, in cats we agree with the second option, bathing them when necessary although having a period of 4 or 5 months to do it periodically, and in dogs every 1 or 2 months depending on the breed and its explosion with dirt.

4. Education and rules:

In the first 11 weeks, the animal must begin to know the rules and limits within the house. There are many means of reprimanding animals. The idea is to never mistreat or hit them. Rewards should be used for doing things wrong and a small scolding. When doing something wrong, the ideal is to find the training method depending on the species or breed.

5. Health and visits to the vet:

This is usually the most essential point, taking care of the animal’s health is essential for a good life. You should be aware of their physical changes in coat or attitude. If you know your pet you can detect a change in it and go to the vet in time. Knowing it is also knowing when it is a serious or an understandable change, for example, if there is a change in its environment, a new member, or a change of house, it is normal that the animal needs to adapt and change, but if everything is the same and the animal shows changes If you should consult with a specialist.

*Keep all your vaccines up to date and check what others you need.

*If your pet has sudden changes in its diet or behavior, consult it.

*Take him to the vet every 6 to 10 months for control and recommendations.

6. Training and exercise:

It is very important to provide a recurring period of exercise and relaxation, play and exercise release your tensions and make you happier.

Participating in activities such as free casino games can be a great way to relax and enjoy free time.

*Play strengthens your bond and makes you happier

*Prevents obesity and serious health problems

*Strengthens your muscles and increases your vitality

Without a doubt, the best way to make your pet happy is to provide it with love, a home, a healthy life, and protection.

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