Resources in equine hospitals and clinics
The ideal anatomical resource in daily
equine clinic as support in the diagnosis
and interpretation of lameness.
Advantages of plastinated organs as a resource
in your equine clinic or hospital
Real organs, non-toxic and of unlimited duration.

1.The ideal training tool to acquire and develop skills in the diagnosis of lameness.

2.Authentic organs to promote interaction with the owner.

 

3. Unlimited duration. They do not require special storage conditions.

 

4. They can be examined without the need for gloves or other preventive measures.

Advantages for the examination and functional diagnosis of lameness

• Plastinated anatomical samples of differentlimbs regions.

• Allows direct visualization of the relationship betweenrelevant anatomical structures.

• Facilitates functional clinical examination: jointspalpation, ligaments and tendons.

• Helps in locating nerve paths and their relationshipwith anaesthetic blocks.

Advantages for lameness image diagnosis

• Ideal for identifying structures of interest.

• Serial sections in different radiological planes.

• Different cutting thicknesses depending on the needfor anatomical detail.

• Identification of anatomical structures not visibleon CT and MRI.

Plastination and its advantages in clinical activity
Plastination brings the real anatomycloser to the daily clinical act

It is a technique by which the fluids of the tissues and part of the fat are replaced by a polymer. This technique allows to prepare real organs of unlimited duration in time, manipulable in any situation and environment.

Reality

100% real organs.

Durability

To have a collection of pieces for unlimited use.

Variability

Wide variety of dissections and cuts.

Comfort

No special storage conditions required.

Non-toxic

Can be handled in any situation and environment (no need for gloves).

Plastinated pieces for use in equine clinics
Dissection of the entire thoracic limb

 

Ascending colon and caecum

 

Hand / foot dissection

 

Transparent sections of horse finger

 

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