Since obstructions of the upper respiratory tract of a horse often only occur during high-intensity movements, these symptoms are likely to go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Usually, such endoscopic examinations while a horse is in motion are only viable with high-speed treadmill equipment. However, with the VEA-2.0 Equine Airway Exercise Endoscopy equipment, horses can be examined in their regular training environment, eliminating the need for a treadmill examination.
The entire set of equipment comes in an easy-to-carry case that contains a compact main body, three different sizes of endoscopy fittings and a display screen. To use, strap the main body to the horse’s head and fasten the clasp. Choose a endoscopy device of a suitable size and insert it into the equipment. Now, let the horse run and control the process via the display screen.
With WiFi, the angle of view can be adjusted and a live video of the process can be viewed on the screen. This user-friendly design meets both the operation of the medical staff and the needs of the horse itself. It is also safer, less expensive and more convenient for both the trainer and the horse.