DRE Veterinary Unveils Tabletop Anesthesia Machine

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The ultra-portable DRE Compact Mini is one of the simplest, easiest-to-use anesthesia machines on the veterinary market.

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DRE Veterinary has become a complete source for anesthesia machines, as our selection covers the needs of nearly every veterinary facility

DRE Veterinary — a premier supplier of veterinary surgery equipment — recently unveiled the DRE Compact Mini, a tabletop non-rebreathing anesthesia machine designed for use on rodents and other small animals. It features a handle for easy transport, and is available with a new or professionally calibrated Isoflurane or Sevoflurane vaporizer.

True to its name, the DRE Compact Mini Rodent Anesthesia Machine weighs only about 15.5 pounds, stands approximately a foot tall and has a small 7” by 7” footprint. Veterinarians and researchers in need of portability can get the DRE Compact Mini with an attractive hard-shell carrying case.

The addition of the DRE Compact Mini further solidifies DRE Veterinary as a complete source for affordable anesthesia products, says Jim Evans, Directory of DRE Veterinary.

“DRE Veterinary has become a complete source for anesthesia machines, as our selection covers the needs of nearly every veterinary facility,” says Evans. “We offer anesthesia machines suited for use on animals of nearly every size, from rodents to cats and dogs to equine and bovine.”

For veterinary surgeons working with large animals, DRE Veterinary sells the DRE Titan Large Animal Anesthesia Machine. Veterinary surgeons can utilize the Titan for simple anesthesia functions like controlling spontaneous breathing, as well as more rigorous functions like controlling animal ventilation.

“The DRE Titan is extremely effective, easy to use and maintain, and very dependable,” says Patricia Hogan, VMD, ACVS, Director of Surgery at the Ruffian Equine Medical Center at Belmont Park. “I am so pleased with the Titan and the DRE service team that I have ordered two more Titans for the Ruffian Equine Medical Center at Belmont Park.”

DRE Veterinary’s selection of affordable veterinary anesthesia machines includes the DRE Premier Veterinary Anesthesia Machine, which is perfect for rebreathing and non-rebreathing animal applications, such as spaying, neutering, dental, emergency and pre-op induction procedures. Veterinarians can choose the DRE Premier in a rolling stand or wall-mount configuration.

For universities and research facilities, DRE Veterinary sells the Optimax, a flexible high-end anesthesia workstation that holds two vaporizers. The Optimax is a rebreathing machine with a coaxial or conventional CO2 absorber and dual vaporizer manifold with interlocking capability.

The DRE Compact Mini, DRE Titan, DRE Premier and Optimax are available now. Veterinarians, veterinary surgeons and researchers can learn complete details and view images of all DRE Veterinary products by visiting http://www.dreveterinary.com.

In addition to veterinary-specific anesthesia machines, DRE Veterinary’s extensive selection of veterinary surgery products includes the DRE ASM 6000Vet multi-parameter monitor, DRE ASG SeriesVet electrosurgical generators and DRE Avanti M3Vet volumetric infusion pumps.

About DRE Veterinary
DRE Veterinary provides a combination of new and professionally refurbished or used medical equipment to veterinarians, veterinary surgery centers, research facilities, universities and technical schools. For the second consecutive year, DRE — DRE Veterinary’s parent company — has been named by Business First of Louisville as one of the 50 fastest growing businesses in Greater Louisville. Business First of Louisville also selected DRE as a Company of the Year.

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