3 Questions To Ask Yourself When Buying A Veterinary Anesthesia Machine

If you are a veterinarian who is looking to invest in a new veterinary anesthesia machine, you could be unsure of which model to purchase. Of course, if you ask yourself a few questions about your practice and your practice's needs, you can help ensure that you buy the right machine. These are some of the things that you will probably want to think about before making this purchase. 1. How Much Space is Available? Read More 

3 Tips For Storing Hazardous Drugs In Your Veterinary Clinic

As a veterinary professional, you might have hazardous drugs in your practice and may use them regularly in the treatment of the dogs, cats and other pets that are brought to your clinic for treatment. Of course, it is probably very important to you to keep humans and animals both safe from these hazardous drugs. Plus, you probably want to make sure that your clinic is compliant with all hazardous drug regulations. Read More 

A Few Keys for Getting a Dermatology EHR

When you run a dermatologist practice and need to be certain that you're doing everything you can to keep it in order, it starts with your record keeping practices. You would do well to look into electronic health records (EHR). By using a dermatology EHR systems and EMR software, it becomes much easier for you to represent the interests of your patients and handle your practice in a way that works out for you best. Read More 

Ready For An Emergency? First Aid Kit FAQs

Because of all the natural disasters and scary incidences in the news lately, you and your family may be looking into emergency preparedness. You can prepare for emergencies by outfitting your house with a fire extinguisher, training in CPR, getting a ham radio, and preparing a food storage. But one of the easiest, and arguably overlooked, ways at preparing for an emergency is getting a first aid kit. Are first aid kits really that important? Read More 

Suffering With Sinuses? 2 Tips To Help You Feel Better

If you suffer from sinus issues, you know how bad they can make you feel. Some medications may work but not completely and still leave you with a lot of the same symptoms, such as tiredness, pain in the face, and headache. Fortunately, there are ways you can help without taking a lot of medication, including the two ways below: Use a Sinus Irrigation System A sinus irrigation system, also known as a neti pot, is used to flush out nasal passages to help you breathe better. Read More