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NEW WHITTEMORE VIDEO VETERINARY ENDOSCOPY SYSTEM 12.9MM 3.5Meter- WE-200 PROCESSOR - LED LIGHT SOURCE

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NEW WHITTEMORE VIDEO VETERINARY ENDOSCOPY SYSTEM 12.9MM 3.5Meter- WE-200 PROCESSOR - LED LIGHT SOURCE

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NEW WEMED-1 EQUINE  VIDEO ENDOSCOPY SYSTEM
INCLUDES:
12.9MM X 3.5 Meter VIDEO SCOPE
3.5MM BIOPSY CHANNEL
4-WAY ANGULATION
FIELD OF VIEW - 120'
DIRECTION OF VIEW - 0'
DEPTH OF FIELD - 5MM - 100MM
CASE
PROCESSOR WITH S-VIDEO AND RCA OUTPUT
BASIC USB VIDEO ADAPTER FOR WINDOWS 7 / 8.
BIOPSY FORCEP, LEAK TESTER,
WATER BOTTLE, ALL CHANNEL IRRIGATOR
8 LBS
SHOWN HERE ON A COMPACT STAND WITH 19" FLAT SCREEN MONITOR (OPTIONAL)


 

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As Recommended by Dr. Hoyt Cheramie – Equine Endoscopy specialist for Merial The makers of Gastrogard. Recommends a 3.5 Meter scope to reach the Duodenum in Larger breeds.

We made a scope just for him and we are now offering it as a first choice for equine Stomach examinations.  

Endoscopy events in 25 states identified stomach ulcers in a surprising number of horses:1

  • 658 horses participated in total
  • Horses from 1 to 41 years old were identified with stomach ulcers
  • 254 horses that were diagnosed with stomach ulcers had no previous history of ulcers
  • Horses with stomach ulcers were stabled in a wide range of environments, including box stalls, pipe stalls, a pasture alone and a pasture with other horses
  • Horses fed supplements like beet pulp, flaxseed and corn oil were still identified with stomach ulcers
  • Stomach ulcers were found in horses across a variety of disciplines

Stomach Ulcer Prevalence by Discipline

Racing - 92%

Eventers - 62%

Harness - 86%

Hunter Jumpers - 60%

Saddleseat - 82%

Western Pleasure - 52.9%

Reiners - 76%

Barrel Racing - 51%

Cutting Horses - 69%

Dressage - 44%

Show Jumpers - 67%

 

- See more at: http://www.ulcergard.com/horse-at-risk/equine-stomach-scoping/Pages/default.aspx#sthash.nlYBQh1U.dpuf

What Endoscopy Reveals:

When diagnosed by a veterinarian with an endoscope, stomach ulcers are graded from 0 to 3.

Grade 0
 
 
Healthy, nonulcerated stomach lining
Grade 1
 
 
Mild ulcers, small lesions (damaged tissue)
Grade 2
 
 
Moderate ulcers, large lesions
Grade 3
 
 
Extensive lesions, deep ulceration and bleeding
- See more at: http://www.ulcergard.com/horse-at-risk/equine-stomach-scoping/Pages/default.aspx#sthash.nlYBQh1U.2WaCEDSS.dpuf

Equine stomach ulcers have been found in horses from a wide variety of breeds, disciplines and ages, including:

•             92-93% of racehorses1,2

•             63% of non-racing performance horses3

•             51% of foals4

Additional Information

Additional Information

NEW/USED New
SKU enfv-we-3-5-system
Power Requirements No