Our brand new nurses section is crammed to the brim with nursing related products and gifts. Our aim is to be able to offer nurses the very best selection of products that we can. We deal directly with all main manufacturers such as 3M Littmann, Prestige, Keeler, ChoiceMMed and many more. By dealing direct we can pass on any saving to make sure you get the best equipment, at the best possible prices.
Has your dog’s mobility been limited by an injury, arthritis, or old age? Help your best friend enjoy their normal active lifestyle again. The Labra Canine Support Sling makes walking your dog easy and painless for both dog and human. Elderly dogs still need to maintain an active lifestyle and our sling allows them to do just that. If your dog has suffered a debilitating injury, he or she will eventually need to get moving again to make a quick and full recovery. Our sling allows dogs to get a head start on their rehabilitation by getting up and moving around. During the rehab process, our sling provides the additional stability and support your dog needs to make a full recovery. Don’t let an ACL, CCL, MCL, or other joint or ligament injury keep your dog down. Many dogs are able to recover from ACL injuries without expensive surgeries, but they need additional support during the healing process to do so.
Knee injuries in canines can be especially difficult to treat due to many dogs’ desire to run before they are completely healed. Our sling lets your dog remain active while in a controlled environment where their human can limit exertion. Our competitors offer slings with straps that don’t adjust. Our product was made with both dog and human in mind and the adjustable straps accommodate humans of all heights. With The Labra Canine Support Sling, your dog will get the support they need and you won’t be hunched over with an aching back while walking your dog. Our sling is incredibly easy to use, simply slip the sling under your dog’s midsection and close it with the wide hook and loop closure on top. Once secured, grab the handles and adjust to your preferred length. It’s that easy! If you’re on the go, it quickly rolls up and snaps shut and is small enough to toss in your purse or backpack. Keep it on hand at all times in case your pup needs a lift!
Types and features of Vet Nurse Equipment
- Clippers or clean curved scissors – to clip the hair from the venipuncture site (usually the cephalic vein). A pair of scissors should also be available to cut lengths of tape and bandage (this blunts them so do not use the same pair as those used for clipping hair!).
- Antiseptic solution – to clean the site prior to venipuncture. This should be contained within a suitable receptacle such as a medium-sized kidney dish. Chlorhexidine (Hibiscrub) or povidone iodine (Pevidine) are suitable.
- Lint free swabs or cotton wool – to apply the antiseptic solution. Cotton wool may leave fibres, so swabs are preferable.
- 70% Alcohol solution such as Industrial Methylated Spirit – applied to the skin following the antiseptic solution to provide residual bactericidal activity. Contamination is best avoided by direct application from a plastic bottle.
Note: Care not to soak tiny patients due to heat loss on evaporation of alcohol solution.
- Sterile catheter – inserted into the vein to allow administration of the induction agent. It should be of a suitable gauge for the patient. An over-the-needle catheter or butterfly scalp vein set are ideal, but a normal injection needle can be utilised. A scalpel blade (size 10 or 15) is necessary to expose the vein if a scalp set is used
- Heat pad.
- Emergency kit.
- ECG machine.
Prices of Vet Nurse Equipment