Microchip Implantation – Tips & Tricks


Product Description

Microchip Implantation – Tips & Tricks

By David Horan


This infoVet® App teaches you how to implant passive responding Microchips in any pet particularly your pet dog or cat.

You will learn about basic equipment needed to implant Microchips. Specifically designed for the trainee and experienced Microchip implanter alike.

This is particularly suitable for veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary nurses, veterinary technicians, animal technicians, animal care workers, animal house workers, pet shop workers, kennel and cattery hands as well as any pet owners.

Presented by a Veterinarian with over 20 years experience in implanting Microchips in companion dogs, cats and horses.

It covers the 7 steps involved in Microchip Implantation with a special section on Tips & Tricks.

We have developed a revolutionary close-up view “Macro-View” to show in detail and expanded view the important points you need to make note of and to help your understanding.

We have included special exercises to ensure that you can accurately and repeatedly assess the heart and respiratory rates of your patients.

Included is a worksheet to ensure that your knowledge is reinforced.

This version is designed specifically for iPad, iPhone and iPod.

We welcome Education and Bulk sales and enquiries

Microchip Screenshots

Topics include:
Microchip Implantation Equipment
Step 1 – Patient Assessment
Step 2 – Scan the Animal
Step 3 – Scan the Chip
Step 4 – Prepare the site
Step 5 – Prepare the Implanter
Step 6 – Implant the chip
Step 7 – Scan the animal again
Microchip Implantation – Tips & Tricks

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Available NOW as part of the WebApp –KnowledgeBase infoVet