Ultrasound and Telemedicine in Veterinary

img01In recent years ultrasound technology has become an important diagnostic tool available to veterinarians. Its popularity is increasing because it is a simple, non-invasive and very acurate diagnostic procedure.
However, purchasing an ultrasound machine does not always guarantee success. It requires expensive equipment as well as highly skilled personnel; who needs to be able to locate organs of interest, take quality images, and interpret the results.

  • Would you like to have a mobile ultrasound service with telemedicine in the comfort of your practice?
  • Do you consider your practice as the pet care leader in your area?
  • Do your customers have to seek another animal hospital for specialized services?
  • How many cases do you fully diagnose in your clinic?
  • How often do you refer clients to specialists such as radiologists, cardiologists, ophthalmologists, etc?

dsu-smalllogoDSU Vet Services gives you the chance to have a state of the art, diagnostic ultrasound equipment and telemedicine service. In return, you will be able to be offer to your patients the latest technology in diagnostic equipment, at a fraction of the cost.



Mitral Valve Endocardiosis.

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Fine Needle Aspiration of Liver guided by Ultrasound

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Benefits of having a mobile ultrasound service with telemedicine

Availability of having an ultrasound service on the same day you call is the major benefit. In addition, a Board Certified Specialist reviews not only the ultrasound images, but x-rays, cytology, blood results, and physical exam. Once the patient’s record is finished, it is sent via internet to the specialist of your preference. A faxed report with diagnosis, recommendations and treatment is returned to your hospital within 24 hours of submission of the case.


Most common indication for an ultrasound study
  • Clinical: Coughing, congestion, heart murmur, syncopal episodes, exercise intolerance, ascites, jaundice, hematuria, recurrent UTI, vomiting, diarrhea, vaginal discharge, persistent estrus, trauma, weight loss, progressive abdominal distention, palpable masses, lymphadenopathy.
  • Radiology: Cardiomegaly, pulmonary or mediastinal masses, effusion, ascites, organomegaly, mass densities, calculi.
  • Blood Chemistry: Abnormal values of liver and kidney enzymes, anemia of unknown origin, elevated amylase/lipase, persistent azotemia.
  • Qualitative/Quantitative: Enlarged testicles or prostate, metastasis evaluation, ophthalmic lesions, pre-surgical and anesthetic evaluation, avoid unnecessary surgery, hyperthyroidism in cats, baseline for early heart disease, heartworms.


Call DSU Vet Services at 305-962-5207to schedule an appoinment.
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