Use a storage bag as coverage in veterinary practice

Use a storage bag as coverage in veterinary practice

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Dec 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

To protect our portable Doppler from liquids such as scrub solution, blood, and urine, we cut a small opening for the cord in the end of a quart-size refrigerator storage bag and slip the bag over the unit. You can see the buttons easily, it doesn't inhibit the sound, and the bag can be replaced easily and cheaply.

—Joan Primeau, DVM
A Pet's Place Animal Hospital
Longmont, Colo

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