Better quality of life for Pets
More than 350 combinations of shapes, lengths and diameters, provides the support that the veterinarian needs when choosing the Laryngeal-tracheal device for each case.
The anchors of our devices reduce the risk of migration.
Manufactured with medical grade silicone to avoid implant rejection reaction, and tears during removal.
Respiratory emergencies in pets can be life-threatening and require immediate veterinary attention. Some common signs of respiratory distress in pets include:
- Rapid or labored breathing
- Open-mouthed breathing or panting
- Coughing or wheezing
- Bluish or grayish gums or tongue
- Restlessness or agitation
- Laryngeal paralysis
- Tracheal collapse
- Struggling to breathe, with flared nostrils and an extended neck
- Unusual noises when breathing, such as rasping or gurgling sounds
These are some common respiratory conditions in young, old small or big breed dogs and some cats, serious condition that can cause breathing difficulties and discomfort for your pet.
Treatment options may include medications, surgery, or the use of external devices such as a silicon tracheal stent, a quicker, simpler, cheaper and less invasive and traumatic solution.
These conditions may occur when the cartilage rings, that normally hold the trachea open, become weak or damaged, causing the trachea to collapse and obstruct airflow.
Laryngeal paralysis is a medical condition that can affect dogs and, less commonly, cats. It occurs when there is a partial or complete loss of function in the muscles that control the opening and closing of the larynx (voice box) during breathing.
All our devices are specially designed for laryngeal paralysis, tracheal collapse, respiratory emergencies, LarPar, GOLPP and brachycephalic syndrome.
A silicon tracheal stent is a small, flexible device that can be placed in the trachea to help keep the airway open. The stent is typically inserted through the mouth and positioned in the collapsed portion of the trachea using forceps tools.
There are various stent wall thicknesses to treat the above mentioned conditions, depending on the severity:
- Vet Laryngeal Tracheal
- Vet Thin Wall stent
- Vet High Pressure stent (thicker wall)
We will buy a new combo of devices. With this easy procedure we are able to deal with emergencies.
Dr. Simon – France
Our patient, who got the first stent feels very comfortable with it, so that we decided to continue with the implantations.
Dr. Maike – Luxembourg
We are very happy with this products.
We will certainly be back to you in future for more as it will be a frequent process for the future.
Dr. Song Republic of Korea
I have an eleven-year-old spayed female Labrador Retriever. She has laryngeal paralysis. We order VST. It was perfect.
Dr. Carla – USA
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Laryngeal Paralysis in dogs
Laryngeal paralysis, failure of arytenoid cartilage and vocal fold abduction is commonly seen in older medium to large breed dogs. Middle-aged to older large and giant-breed dogs are most commonly affected.
Laryngeal Stenosis in dog
Satisfactory quality of life with the tracheal stent for the 22 months of evolution since the first procedure.
Siberian Husky with Mild inspiratory distress during sleeping hours and exercise intolerance. Diagnosis: Elongated soft palate and laryngeal paralysis. Treatment: Palatoplasty and laryngeal stent.
Happy results !!!
Excellent results to improve quality of life with a minimally invasive solution