Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr Lin is the first veterinarian in Singapore (since 2012) to introduce a comprehensive suite of minimally-invasive procedures into veterinary practice. His video case studies can be found here.
Thanks to a clear, bright, magnified image your veterinarian can work with greater accuracy and precision.
Unlike regular spays, the ovarian ligament can be carefully cut and cauterized rather than torn. Blood vessels are cauterised with precision, resulting in much less post-op bleeding.
Surgeries are less painful since the incisions are typically smaller than conventional surgeries (3-5mm).
Complications such as wound dehiscence and infections are minimized since incisions are only keyhole sized.
Small incisions lead to faster recoveries, with many pets resuming normal activity in a matter of days.
Greater satisfaction at your pets level of comfort and speed of recovery.
Sterilizations via ovariectomy, cryptorchidectomy (abdominal testicles)
Abdominal surgeries and biopsies
Laparoscopy-assisted procedures (eg gastropexy, kidney and bladder stone removal)
Urinary tract visualization and biopsy (vaginocystoscopy)
Gastrointestinal tract visualization, biopsy and foreign body removal. (esophagoscopy, gastroscopy, dudenoscopy and colonoscopy)
Upper respiratory tract visualization, biopsy and mass/foreign body removal (rhinoscopy and tracheoscopy)
Ear canal visualization, biopsy, mass/foreign body removal and deep ear cleaning (otoscopy)