COST-SAVING PRODUCTS FOR YOUR PRACTICE
IPR has a newly released line of infusion pumps that are specially designed and calibrated for veterinary practices. Here are the most accessible and affordable infusion pumps on the market for your clinic:
- The PETite IV infusion pump is lightweight, portable, and easy to use, with a dynamic touchscreen display.
- The PETfusion veterinary syringe infusion pump has a long battery life, can be calibrated to any syringe set, and has a dynamic touchscreen display.
- The SnipPET IV infusion pump has great features like a multi-functional interface, dynamic pressure slow, and selectable occlusion levels.
5 WAYS IPR CAN LOWER YOUR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT EXPENSES
- They’ll find you the most affordable solutions, whether you want to repair or replace.
- You get free incoming shipping.
- Evaluations are free.
- Prevent costly repairs and get more life out of your infusion pumps with annual preventative maintenance and calibration.
- Upgrade for less with trade-in discounts.
WHY VETERINARIANS LOVE IPR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
IPR is the country’s largest infusion pump specialist, and veterinarians know they can rely on IPR for infusion pump services.
Their PM and calibration services keep your pumps operating properly and calibrated for your practice so that you can focus on helping patients. They also have a quicker turnaround time than original equipment manufacturers and offer rush services when you’re facing an emergency. Once more, they provide free evaluations with fair, transparent quotes so you can make informed decisions and budget wisely.
IPR offers unparalleled customer support, exceptional quality, and timely delivery, and all at reasonable prices that will help your practice reduce costs.
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