Stay organized at your veterinary practice with tongue depressors

Stay organized at your veterinary practice with tongue depressors

Keep veterinary ECG leads tangle free by clipping them to the depressors.
Apr 01, 2014
By staff

We got tired of the endless tangle of the ECG cables and now keep them neat and ready-to-use with the aid of a tongue depressor. We clip the ends of each lead onto the tongue depressor, and now they are ready when we need them.

Angela Spar, DVM
Farmingdale Dog and Cat Clinic Farmingdale, N.Y.

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