Veterinary Medicine

OMAX compound microscopes include features which are important for successful use in veterinary medicine. High-quality optics and adjustable condensers ensure conditions are met for viewing specimens including urine sediment, blood, fecal floats, skin scrapings, and impressions. Models range from entry-level to advanced for routine and specialized work.

Microscopes are among the most frequently used tools in any veterinary practice. Whether performed by a veterinarian or technician, a large number of common tasks will involve use of a light microscope to perform qualitative or quantitative analyses. While some advanced analyses will involve the use of contrast-enhancement such as darkfield or phase-contrast, most work will be done using standard brightfield observation.

Photomicrography has become an integral part of many businesses. The ability to share images with clients remotely or on-site can expedite treatment. Trinocular microscopes provide an additional viewing port specifically for adding a camera without interfering with normal observation. Digital-integrated microscopes include built-in cameras which can connect directly to a computer for displaying live images and recording photos or videos.

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