In 2013 and 2014, we created a standard workplace in the operating room to minimize the risk of surgical intervention after all preoperative and postoperative surgery. We currently perform most surgical procedures as a total inhalation anesthesia.
In 2013, we started a partial innovation of the operating room, which was reflected in investments in instrumentation (inhalation anesthesia with controlled pulse ventilation, oxygen generator, pulse lifestyle monitoring, breathing rate, carbon saturation and ECG).
In 2014, we decided to invest in the complete modernization of the operating theater, designed to provide a working environment that allows us to perform operations more efficiently and minimize possible mistakes.
Sterile operating room.
A complete reconstruction of the original wall lining was carried out to keep it with disinfectant solutions. At the same time, storage and working areas were reconstructed. These measures are used to prevent potential post-operative infections. For this purpose, a bactericidal lamp is installed throughout the operating room.
Using the workspace and purchasing modern high-performance devices.
Restoring glass doors to access the waiting room has facilitated the mobility of patients who require an acute operation while also facilitating manipulation in higher categories of animals operated. There has also been a change in obsolete devices that have been replaced by modern, more powerful (bipolar electric motors, suction pumps).
Although investment in equipment and operating costs for veterinary instruments are high, we follow the diagnostic and operating price range set by the opening of our veterinary clinic in 2009.