High-quality 3D imaging is invaluable for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

VetCAT equips you with an easy-to-use, fast, non-invasive tool to accurately assess your patient’s. Generating high-quality, fully 3D images with submillimeter resolution and geometrical accuracy superior to multi-slice, full-body CT scanners.

CT technology is ideal for providing high-quality, 3D images. But full-sized CT scanners are expensive and impractical in a Veterinary clinic setting. Outsourcing your patients for CT scans to remote imaging providers delays diagnosis and treatment and causes stress to your patient and the owner. VetCAT gives you control over the timing and quality of your scans-at your patient’s point-of-care.

Ideal for a Veterinary clinic setting, VetCAT is a cone beam CT scanner small, portable, easy to store and access. There is often no need for a dedicated scanning room or expensive room shielding due to it is self-shielded.

  • Easy-to-use and generates scans in less than one minute
  • No more exploratory surgeries with VetCAT cross-sections

State-of-the-art imaging in the veterinary clinic

Since VetCAT can be used intraoperatively, it enables you to precisely visualize your surgical margins and ensure the completeness of your surgical intervention before closing.

Discover the disease you may have otherwise missed. While 2D x-ray systems give you a basic, planar view of the anatomy, the VetCAT enables you to view the anatomy in all three planes, giving you a more complete picture of your patient’s condition, and enabling you to better understand the anatomy you are about to approach clinically. Armed with high-quality 3D images, you can avoid delays and uncertainty and work more efficiently and effectively.

Share scans with owners

​By sharing the images of your patient’s condition with the owners they can better understand the nature of their pet’s injury or disease. This empowers them to authorize treatment and knowledgeably and proactively assist with post-treatment compliance.

VetCAT 3D rendering of this temporomandibular joint shows significant hypertrophy and loss of function

2D X-Ray

VetCAT 3D

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