Click below to get more information and watch videos demonstrating and discussing the use of Biovision Veterinary Endoscopy’s EndoDiagnostic + Surgical Suite® (EDSS) for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in small animals.

  • Less pain
  • Faster recovery
  • Minimally invasive

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Equipment Information

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EDSS Mobility

Simply. Better.

  • HD resolution
  • Brighter-than-ever illumination
  • Touch screen
  • All-digital
  • More powerful, useful, and versatile

You Can Do It

See for yourself!

Click below to watch video testimonials discussing the use of Biovision Veterinary Endoscopy’s EndoDiagnostic + Surgical Suite (EDSS) modality for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in small animals

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It's Profitable and Better Business

You’re skeptical. We get it. And it’s okay.

There’s a lot of hype out there. It seems everyone is trying to persuade you to buy this or invest in that. You’re wise to take the time to look deeper and require solid evidence. Click below to view or create your own Return On Investment equipment forecast.


EDSS Mobility

Surgical Training

Hands-on surgical endoscopic training is included with each EndoDiagnostic+Surgical Suite. Some of the most progressive surgical techniques are taught in 8 hours of intensive training at the Center for the Advancement of Rigid Endoscopy (C.A.R.E.) in Denver, Colorado.


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Clinical Research

Our White Papers

“Duration, complications, stress, and pain of open ovariohysterectomy versus a simple method of laparoscopic-assisted ovariohysterectomy in dogs,” by Chad M. Devitt, DVM, MS, DACVS; Ray E. Cox, DVM; and Jim J. Hailey, DVM (J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2005 Sep 15;227(6):921-7)

“Comparison of single port access versus multiple port access systems in elective laparoscopy: 98 dogs (2005-2014),” by Esteban Gonzalez-Gasch and Eric Monnet (Veterinary Surgery, 44: 895–899. doi: 10.1111/vsu.12373)



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