Your clients rely on the treatment you provide to maintain their pet’s health. Trust us to expand your clinic’s diagnostic capabilities and clinical acumen. IVS Telemedicine brings the expertise of our Board Certified specialists to your facility with just one phone call.
Electrocardiograms (digital and telephonic)
Echocardiographs (images and video)
Thoracic and abdominal radiographs
Holter and Cardiac Event Recorder monitoring
Brain and Spine MRI, CT and Radiographic images
Other diagnostic tests
Through our telemedicine services, we act as an extension of your facility to help you provide the highest quality of care to your patients.
Transmit your electrocardiograms telephonically or digitally with no contract and no minimum monthly requirements. Call us to find out how you can begin specialty consultations for your patients.
Try Out Our Telemedicine Services, Free!
Try out our telemedicine services with a free trial. You can submit up to three routine cases to help determine whether telemedicine is the right choice for your clinic. Contact us to get started.
From the routine screening of animals scheduled for anesthesia to managing the most difficult of congestive heart failure cases, our team of cardiology specialists are ready to provide you with timely and practical case consultations.
Every report is detailed and customized to assist you in patient care and follow-up. For routine, STAT and Code Red consultations, an ECG and case assessment is provided as well as six categories of recommendations.
Follow-up of cardiac cases is facilitated by the Institute of Veterinary Specialists’ recheck and repeat policy. All routine repeat electrocardiograms within 24 hours of the initial consult are free of charge and all routine recheck electrocardiograms within one month of the initial consult are 50% discounted.
To find out more about report types and turnaround times, click here.
Any ECG transmitter may be used to transmit electrocardiograms to the Institute of Veterinary Specialists. If your hospital already owns a transmitter, you do not need to purchase any additional equipment. If you need a transmitter, we have a wireless digital ECG device as well as a portable 2-clip unit available for purchase.
Electrocardiograms may also be sent to the Institute of Veterinary Specialists by fax. Forms can be filled out and submitted through our website or faxed in.
Holter and CER Monitors
Holter and cardiac event monitoring is a non-invasive yet effective way of gaining diagnostic information about the electrocardiographic status of humans and animals.
The Holter is clinically used to:
- Screen asymptomatic dogs for arrhythmias suggestive of occult cardiomyopathy
- Document transient arrhythmias not often detected on routine electrocardiograms
- Determine the severity of known arrhythmias within a 24-hour period
- Diagnose potential causes for frequent syncopal episodes
Our Board-Certified Neurologist can help you navigate your most extensive neurologic cases through his experience in image interpretation. MRI, CT and X-ray images can be submitted for review along with any short video clips of a patient’s gait or demeanor. Direct Dicom transfers can be setup or images can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute of Veterinary Specialists will not charge you any extra fees—there are no monthly fees,
annual fees or minimums.
You are charged only for services provided.