• Visit DRE at the 2018 MVMA Spring CE Conference

    DRE Equipment Expert Greg Geis will be in Marlborough, Mass., on May 9 for the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association Spring Continuing Education Conference! Visit Greg at the MVMA meeting for live equipment demonstrations and great show specials.

    Demo our portable veterinary-specific anesthesia machine

    Greg will be showing top selections from our line of premium veterinary equipment, including the DRE Premier XP Veterinary Anesthesia Machine. The DRE Premier XP provides veterinarians with reliable anesthesia in a small footprint, making it the perfect solution for any veterinary facility.

    Using the mobile five-wheel base, clinicians can easily move the DRE Premier XP throughout their facility. A stationary wall-mount unit is also available. The Premier XP features Selectatec™ compatible manifold for easy and quick installation of an anesthetic vaporizer.

    Demo the DRE Premier XP Veterinary Anesthesia Machine at the MVMA 2018 Springe CE Conference, as well as other customer favorites including the DRE Teres V-400 High Speed Veterinary Dental Unit.

    Find complete veterinary dental solutions

    For an all-in-one veterinary solution, ask Greg about the DRE Teres V-400 High Speed Veterinary Dental Air Unit. The DRE Teres V-400 performs all necessary dental procedures, including cutting, polishing, and scaling, with state-of-the-art microchip circuitry.

    The DRE Teres V-400 includes a 400,000 RPM high speed drill, a 20,000 RPM low speed handpiece, and a built-in 25K ultrasonic scaler. Now available with an optional fiber optics system with the high-speed handpiece.

    We’re looking forward to seeing you in Marlborough! Be sure to stop by and see Greg at the MVMA meeting to learn more about new and refurbished equipment options from DRE Veterinary.

    For information on more upcoming meetings and trade shows, visit our Medical Trade Shows & Conventions Calendar — a continually-updating, free resource.

    In Anesthesia · DRE News · Veterinary Equipment Posted Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 / Back to Top