We wanted to share a few pictures from the NeedleView wetlab we co-sponsored on August 12 at Malaren Hastklinik in Sigtuna, Sweden. Dr. David Frisbie of Colorado State University instructed 12 equine veterinarians in the use of Biovision’s high-resolution 1.2mm O.D. NeedleView arthroscope to perform standing/conscious examination of the stifle. Our thanks to Dr. Dylan Gorvy and his clinic staff for the great facilities and co-sponsorship of this learning event!

 


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Having completed the didactic portion of their instruction,
equine veterinarians prepare to practice insertion and manipulation
of the Biovision NeedleView arthroscope on cadaver limbs.

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High-resolution, full color, real-time images from the
Biovision NeedleView arthroscope are displayed on
the NeedleView terminal, an intelligent visualization
system with integrated LCD media capture.

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Dr. David Frisbie (left) of Colorado State University looks on as equine
veterinarians use the Biovision NeedleView arthroscope to perform
a diagnostic stifle exam on a conscious, standing horse during a
wetlab at Malaren Hastklinik in Sigtuna, Sweden on August 12, 2017.