Every tube and catheter in its place

Every tube and catheter in its place

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Jan 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

We used to have a hard time finding urinary catheters or feeding tubes with the right size and length when the doctor needed them. Even counting them for inventory was a pain. So, we created a labeled cardboard organizer for the cabinet to store the feeding tubes and urinary catheters. The organized cabinet has already helped the team and doctors find things faster.

—Angela Stewart
Great Bridge Veterinary Hospital
Chesapeake, VA

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