Our mission is to improve the lives of animals and the people who care for them by increasing access to advanced imaging technology through awareness, education, and affordable and safe veterinary products.
Hallmarq Recognised in the 2021 Queen’s Awards For Enterprise
In innovation for their 1.5T Small Animal MRI with Q-Care
Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has again scooped a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, this time in the Innovation category for its 1.5T high-field MRI scanner, developed specifically for the small animal veterinary market.
Combining unique, customer-led technical design with an innovative business model makes this technology accessible to a wider market, providing a feasible option for veterinary practices seeking to offer more advanced diagnostics to benefit pets.
Previously, Hallmarq’s unique Standing Equine MRI system was recognised with two Queen’s Awards in 2015, one for Innovation and one for International Trade, and they are proud to be recognised again in what are seen as the most prestigious UK business awards.
Most Common Distal Limb Injuries in Horses
All ridden disciplines result in stresses to both bony and soft tissue structures, with many breeds, in particular Western performance horses, experiencing extreme forces on the structures of the lower limb whilst executing transitions such as a tight turn or rapid acceleration. Follow the link below to keep reading.
When to Refer for Small Animal Veterinary MRI
Although radiographs and CT studies are able to help us evaluate the skeleton with phenomenal detail enabling detection of fractures, luxations, bone lysis and proliferation as well as acute disc disease, the evaluation of nervous system parenchyma can remain difficult or impossible.
Small animal customers, save the date, Friday, July 30th for our upcoming Small Animal Advisory Board meeting.