IDeVet, conventional and digital veterinarian radiology


IDeVet Digital Veterinarian Imaging provides digital and conventional veterinarian imaging solutions. Located in Nîmes (Gard, France), we offer reliable, efficient and safe products. Thanks to the remote maintenance, you will enjoy a prompt and personalized follow-up.

IDeVet, a pioneer in digital imaging since 2003, offers a complete digital range. It has the advantage of being of better quality, faster, easier to implement, cheaper (by eliminating the need to develop films) and more environmentally friendly. The gain in examination time is between 30 to 40%. Dare to get over digital and make more examinations at a lower cost. Your installation will pay for itself very quickly and you will not regret your choice,

as evidenced by Dr. Frederic RAJAUT, veterinary in Nimes:

"The choice of digital became more and more essential in early 2009. The disappearance of the developing bath, a major pollutant and a random variable for the quality of images was one of the important criteria in our thinking.

The company IDeVet, which has a strong experience of over 30 years in human radiology, presented us their DR-CCD system, and we bought the digital table IDeVet Mega DR 9 in April 2009.

More development, no more cassettes handling, a fast after sale service, an excellent value for money, especially in operation, were all essential criteria that guided our choice.

In addition, the software is easy to use, incorporating all the parameters depending on the area being examined and on the size of the dog, allows a simple and extremely fast utilization of the digital table IDeVet Mega DR 9.

The digital table IDeVet Mega DR 9 features a very quiet floating panel. Pictures quality is exceptional thanks to the 9 megapixels sensor.

The digital table IDeVet Mega DR 9 seems to us one of the best acquisitions at this time with quality pictures comparable to the human radiology one. "


However, if you only have a limited budget, you can opt for conventional radiology, which still has a bright future. Indeed, this technique is well developed and has been practiced for many years. The technology of the screens and pictures is also very well mastered. Finally, a conventional system can be up to three times cheaper than a digital installation (operating costs are in turn higher).


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