The veterinarian’s work environment
Practicing a craft profession that requires precision also demands a precise vision. Fast and reliable diagnoses and high-quality treatment procedures put special demands on vision. In addition to clinical work, the veterinarian’s work environment must also take into account other important aspects such as instruments and displays – often including the wall clock and the pet owner. An effective solution for working vision is achieved with an individualized approach that combines vision correction, magnification, and lighting.
Good ergonomics are particularly important when working in a static position. Neck, shoulder, and back problems can be avoided by paying attention to working position and habits. The veterinarian’s practical working position is largely determined by vision, as the work is performed in the position where the object is best seen. It is therefore important that visual aids enable a good working position and that they are selected and customized individually for the users.
Quality work requires high-quality equipment that is also easy and convenient to use. The products we represent are user-oriented and can be assembled into very precisely defined individual units. With 25 years of experience, we assist in selecting products that best suit your needs and customize them accordingly.