Entries by Thomas Jacob

Apple finally addresses the issues with the RFCOMM service

Yesterday, Apple Computers released a new version (Monterey OS12.4) that finally addresses the issues with the RFCOMM Service. The Apple software update comes with instructions for us and we are currently updating our VMX software our customers use with VET-ECG. Based on current information, we expect to have a free safety upgrade for all of […]

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This year’s screenings were exceptional!

Dear Iditarod Veterinary community, We wanted to provide a special thank you to our friends at Dextronix for providing their VET-ECG Heart Monitors to ensure our dogs cardiovascular health. We found these devices to have very well-designed features that provided numerous benefits, including: Very easy to use wireless system and ECG leads. Bluetooth connectivity, compatible […]

Dextronix exhibiting at IVECCS2021 booth 315

Please visit our team at booth 315 at IVECCS 2021 in Nashville, TN from September 11-15. We will be exhibiting our current ICU telemetry and Holter monitors, the latest cardiac pacemakers and our newest development: a laser-cut implantable stent to treat laryngeal paralysis and collapse in dogs.

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Ureteral Surgery Lab at NCSU

We support the NCSU small animal clinic for the ureteral surgery lab conducted by Dr. Kyle Matthews on June 8 with donated stents and accessories. Why them and not us you say? Well, contact us and find out what we can do for your college.

Our ECG is ready for use with marine mammals

Our sister company in human medicine developed a completely waterproof wireless resting ECG for use with free and scuba divers that has been tested to 40m water depth (this was the end of the basin). The system is made of our slightly reinforced VET-ECG with waterproof cables and waterproof skin adhesive electrodes. We think veterinarians […]

Rabies Free Africa!

Dextronix proudly supports the Washington State University in their effort to eradicate Rabies. Nearly 60,000 people die each year from rabies contracted through dog bites, with half being children. The goal is ambitious: no human rabies deaths by 2030. We support veterinarians to reach that goal by expanding dog vaccinations programs in Africa. To find […]

Free ECG library

We are building a free ECG library. Thousands of veterinary students and researchers want to learn and about ECGs of different species, and compare their own ECG recording with reference ECGs of specific animals and or breeds. Anyone can google the world to find a patchwork of more or less useless images and pdfs. We […]