Blog series: Farr & Pursey discuss... (part 4)

Farr & Pursey equine recently got their hands on Logiq R7 unit. Adding this to their portfolio of portable imaging equipment, the team were impressed in particular by the image quality and battery life of the scanner and it has helped support the ambulatory service they offer to the equine market.

The Logiq R7’s fast bootup time and battery life means the vets can rely on their ultrasound scanner when out in the field and can deal with patients quickly and efficiently. Without the need to plug the scanner in to the mains, the worry of horses standing on cables and wires is alleviated, meaning the vet can focus on the task at hand.

The system provides superior image quality and fully diagnostic images that help the vet to make clinical decisions in the field in order to provide immediate clinical care to the patient.

As a safe, efficient and cost-effective option for the practice, the Logiq R7 compliments the range of IMV imaging equipment that Farr & Pursey are able to use every day.

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