Keep a handle on cords

Keep a handle on cords

Keeping track of clippers by mounting to ceiling
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Jun 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

To keep track of clippers, the team at Turquoise Animal Hospital in San Diego attached them to a retractable extension cord mounted on the ceiling. "This way they don't get knocked off the examination table, and the cord is long enough to reach anywhere in our treatment area," says veterinary technician Melissa Reed.

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