Until veterinary pre-hospital services become commonplace, pet parents are called upon to initially treat and then transport their pets from home to the veterinarian during respiratory emergencies. They are also often responsible for the transfer between primary care and referral hospitals either with or without veterinary support. Regardless, oxygen dependent patients present a challenge because of the need for a portable and safe source of oxygen with an effective administration system. With the Rescue Oxygen System, oxygen dependent pets can now be transported from home to veterinary hospital (H2VH) during an emergency or from primary care to referral hospital (VH2VH).
To learn more about rescue oxygen for veterinary transport please visit https://pawprintoxygen.com/transport-and-rescue-oxygen/
About Sean Smarick, VMD, DACVECC
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