Veterinary medicine in origin is a direct derivative of human medicine.
In reality physicians and veterinary professionals are treating the same disorders in both human and animal patients. The overlap between disorders and medical conditions is noticeable when considering the equipment used within surgeries.
Conditions such as congestive heart failures, brain tumors, arthritis, cancers and even psychiatric syndromes such as depression, anxiety and even eating disorders affect the human and animals in the same way.
It is truly remarkable to track the ever growing love and care showed by humans to their animal companions.
During early animal care, pets and working animals benefitted from elementary medical interventions. Operations were simple varying from lancing of an abscess, cleansing and stitching of wounds, splinting broken bones and castration.
Today, pet owners are more likely to be concerned about their companion’s health and act quickly upon it. Just because animals do not speak, it doesn’t mean that they are not depressed, sad or suffering from a chronic medical condition.
As diagnosis diversified and the need for specialist treatment grew, there arose a requirement for hygienic veterinary equipment and patient handling techniques. Just as knowledge of hygiene had affected patient care in humans, the risks of cross contamination from patient to patient had increased. Practice design had evolved as it happened with all veterinary equipment and training requirements to suit the vast range of ailments.
Historically the need for consulting and treating animals consisted of a space and few prehistoric instruments to assist the animal doctor while performing surgery, today a clinic or veterinary practice can be shut down if hygienic standards are not met by practitioners.
Albeit the low levels of sanitation in old surgical procedures, there is evidence that medieval veterinarians were using clamps made of different materials (iron, wood, steel and stainless steel), portraying the increased need for more hygienic medical equipment. Nevertheless, multipurpose stainless steel is known as a very clean material used in numerous medical applications and retained its popularity based on cleanness and durability until present times.
Stainless Steel is the perfect solution to bacteria and corrosion. Presenting excellent physical properties and ensuring huge dependence in hygienic industries, stainless steel is the preferred material for furniture and other patient contact veterinary equipment.
Your modern veterinary practice will consist of typically:
Stainless steel is the preferred material to build highly hygienic equipment for practices. As each practice develops its own way of doing things, TECHNIK equipment covers all customer requirements.
All veterinary kit needs to meet standards and regulations, but also has to make the client and patient feel comfortable and welcoming. So details matter when the designing the tailored made veterinary solutions.
Experts at manufacturing a whole range of veterinary products for your practice, our idea of providing the highest quality equipment for our clients is to learn from the evolution of medical equipment and improve on it.
Let us work closely with you to bring forward great innovations that take care of your companions and also shape the future of veterinary medicine.