Cat & Dog Imaging & Diagnostics in Chandler, AZ
Diagnostic care is one of the most important components of pet care for veterinary practices. Although a physical wellness exam is equally important, advanced diagnostic care allows for an internal examination of pets. Animal Medical Center of Chandler is equipped with cat and dog imaging technology, ECG, and non-invasive blood pressure services to complement our external diagnostic services. With these services, we can provide your pet with a more accurate diagnosis and the most effective treatment. Call us today at (480) 339-0406.
Pet X-rays in Chandler
When the physical exam isn’t enough to fully diagnose your pet’s condition, we rely on digital X-ray technology for an internal examination. X-rays aid in the diagnosis of a number of conditions, including fractures, foreign bodies, and pregnancy. They can also be used to provide valuable information about a pet’s internal organs. Because we use state-of-the-art digital X-ray technology, there are several benefits of this service (listed below) for our doctors, for your pet, and even for you.
- Images are produced within seconds
- Digital X-rays require less waiting time for you and your pet
- Images can be shared digitally via email
- No need for chemicals during image processing
- Less radiation is used, as compared to film radiography
ECG & Blood Pressure Monitoring in Chandler
In addition to digital X-rays, Animal Medical Center of Chandler offers electrocardiograms (ECG) and non-invasive blood pressure monitoring to screen for heart and lung conditions. Heart and lung conditions can affect pets of any age and be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated early. Fortunately, some forms of heart and lung disease can be treated if they’re caught soon enough. We work closely with many specialists in East Valley, should your pet need further specialized diagnostic care and/or therapy. Some of the most common heart and lung problems that pets experience are:
- Congenital heart disease
- Valvular heart disease
- Pulmonary hypertension
If you think your pet is in need of a physical exam, X-rays, ECG, or blood pressure monitoring, give us a call at (480) 339-0406.