Gary Norsworthy DVM, Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Feline Specialty), Alamo Feline Health Center
...the systolic blood pressure readings were virtually identical between the three units, however the Vet-Dop was much more sensitive in detecting arterial blood flow. This means that the blood pressure determinations were performed more rapidly and more consistently using the Vet-Dop. It is my opinion that the Vet-Dop is a significant improvement in obtaining systolic blood pressure readings compared to the other Doppler equipment that I used in this trial.
Larry Tilley, DVM, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
It is almost mandatory that every veterinary practice have the capabilities for blood pressure screening and monitoring. The Doppler is the preferred instrument for obtaining non-invasive, accurate consistent systolic readings in awake dogs and cats. The Vet-Dop technology is so easy to use and represents an essential piece of equipment that every practice should have.