The veterinary industry is experiencing a strong revenue growth with the new technologies like big data, laser therapy, stem cell therapy to diagnose the animals at an early stage and treat them.
FREMONT, CA: Veterinarians care about the health of animals and work to enhance public health. They detect, treat, and research medical conditions and diseases of pets, livestock, and other animals. Veterinarians use a variety of medical equipment, including surgical tools and x-ray and ultrasound machines, to treat the injuries and illnesses of pets and other animals. It is similar to the services provided by physicians to treat humans. Here are the trends embraced by veterinarians to treat animals to stay ahead of the competition.
Pet owners are increasingly investing in smart wearables that help them monitor their pet’s health remotely. GPS trackers and devices that capture body temperature, heart, and respiration rates, activity levels, and other essential health parameters are some that widely used. There are ultrasonic therapeutic devices that help reduce muscle spasms and increase circulation. The data collected from wearable devices can assist veterinarians in providing appropriate healthcare services—both for diagnosing a possible condition and tracking a patient’s health recovery after surgery or treatment.
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy is another major trend that offers potential treatments for a number of diseases that cannot be treated through surgery. This technology is has been proved to be effective in treating osteoarthritis and injuries to tendons, bones, ligaments, knee joints, and the spinal cord.
Like in human medicine, big data technology extensively serves the veterinary sector. Although it is a costly investment, it allows diagnosing potential diseases that hospitals have begun to invest in big data. Also, the technology benefits pet owners by giving access to their pet’s medical notes, prescriptions, vaccines, and x-rays using an app.
Laser therapy is gaining inclination as it can address one of the significant challenges in veterinary medicine to treat pain in animals noninvasively. Along with the traditional therapies, veterinarians are offering laser treatments to alleviate pains in the joints through cell regeneration and increased blood circulation that ultimately promotes healing.