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Dentalaire High Speed Handpiece Maintenance

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Dentalaire high speed handpiece maintenance.

We would like to share proper daily lubrication procedures for Dentalaire high speed and low speed handpieces. Much of this information will apply to other brands of handpieces however you should check instructions if you're using something other than dental air handpieces. We have a short video to explain this process. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call or email us anytime.

How to: Clean Stainless Steel

CARE & CLEANING OF STAINLESS STEEL INTRODUCTION

Stainless steel is steel alloyed with chromium to make it highly resistant to stain, rust and corrosion. Note: This does NOT mean that stainless steel will never rust or corrode. Science has not yet developed a steel which is completely stainless or corrosion PROOF. The type of stainless steel and finish selected by SSCI for the Total Animal Pens is the best available for the intended use.

Patient Circuit Cleaning Guide

At the request of several vets we have compiled a brief guide for cleaning patient circuits. This guide is a simple reference to give you more insight into the cleaning procedures of the circuits. Is the patient circuit wet or damp after surgery? Do you want to avoid cross-contamination of patients? Did you perform a bronchial and/or a bronchoalveolar lavage of an animal? Have several animals used the same circuit without being washed? The time has come to clean the tubes.

How to do: Kohler Illumination

PURPOSE

Kohler Illumination, developed by August Kohler, is the method used to adjust microscopic illumination to achieve optimum magnification, resolution and contrast. This method is also known as Double Diaphragm Illumination because it employs both a field and an aperture iris diaphragm to set up the illumination. (Your microscope must have both of these diaphragms to do this procedure)

Veterinary Anesthesia Circuits Explained

Understanding the differences between Non-Rebreathing Circuit (NRB, BAIN) and Rebreathing (circle) Systems.

This brief summary of the two most popular anesthesia circuits currently in use is intended as an easy reference to simplify and explain the strengths and advantages of both systems.

The people at Intriquip have always been professional and helpful in resolving our day-to-day requirements for equipment and other needs.

Dr. Murray Moffat, Transcona Veterinary Hospital, Winnipeg, MB

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