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Webinar Review

Unlike humans, our patients cannot accurately communicate their pain to us. As veterinary medicine has evolved, so have diagnostic methods, giving us the ability to better detect any ailment, disease and understand the health of our patients.

One of the most used and preferred tools by all veterinarians is ultrasound. Thanks to ultrasound we are able to get a more complete picture of what is happening to our patient, plus it has many advantages such as being non-invasive, painless, relatively inexpensive for our clients, and accurate in detecting early disease.

If you are a veterinarian who owns a practice or works in a practice you know how important it is to have one of these machines at your disposal, but we all know how expensive it is to own and maintain one of these machines. What if we told you that there is a cheaper and easier way to have an ultrasound in your practice?

On the 1st of December, The Webinar Vet held a free webinar together with Butterfly Network where they talked about and demonstrated a revolutionary technology that can transform your smartphone into an ultrasound machine. A game-changer for all of us in veterinary medicine!

This comprehensive veterinary imaging solution provides everything from quick-look scans to full assessments for every patient visit. Getting deeper clinical insights during the initial physical exam can expedite care timelines, improve outcomes and give clients more peace of mind.

Butterfly iQ+ Vet has helped many veterinarians achieve these goals. In this webinar, you will learn how point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) can help veterinary practices of all sizes. In addition, the webinar demonstrates clinical cases led by a specialist who has used POCUS ultrasound as a diagnostic method and provides an overview of how it is implemented in everyday practice.

What have some of our attendees said about the webinar?

It’s amazing how this innovation has brought advances to practices, and to veterinarians who perform ambulatory medicine, where they will be able to transport this diagnostic tool in an easier way.

Also, for students, what an easy way to learn and start training. If we want to make a difference in our education system, we must start training students, not just by giving them knowledge, but by giving them practical skills. Practice makes perfect and when students come out of university they have rarely used an ultrasound, yet at work, we are asked to use the technology constantly. What simpler way is there on the market to train students if not the Butterfly POCUS ultrasound?