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The treatment area is one of the busiest areas in the hospital. It is here that hospitalized animals will be examined and treated throughout their hospital stay.
The two large treatment tables located centrally in the room are designed to facilitate handling and care of the animals. Equipped with hot and cold water and composed of a grated table over a deep basin. This design allows waste water to flow away from anesthetised patients undergoing procedures such as dental cleaning or ear flushing, preventing unnecessary wetting and chilling of the patient.
Associated with each table is an anesthetic machine. Each of these units are equipped with isoflurane anesthetic as well as oxygen and nitrous oxide gas. A "scavenger system" removes waste gasses from the patients to prevent health risks to the hospital staff.
Adjoining the treatment area is radiology. In this room, a dental x ray unit and standard x ray machine are housed. A dark room is utilized for developing x rays.
Incorporated into one of the treatment tables is a dental unit. Consisting of a cleaner and polisher, as well as a high-speed dental drill, it allows for proper care and maintenance of patients' teeth.
A small bank of kennels located in the treatment area allows the staff to monitor pets as they recover.