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MAX VETS is a chain of animal hospitals with an unconventional approach to veterinary medicine. Our chain has grown by leaps & bounds since it was first created in 1952 by our founder, Dr. S.D Sharma. Dr Man Mohan Sharma joined his team in 1975 and introduced various facilities and services of international standards of practice. Dr. Kunal Dev Sharma and Dr. Bhanu Dev Sharma, third generation Vets, have further enhanced the services and facilities offered at the hospitals. Today our hospitals are equipped with state of the art diagnostic equipment, complete in house laboratory facilities and provide a number of specialised surgical procedures. In addition, we have a range of pet medicines and supplements, a pet shop along with grooming. A complete one stop destination for everything that your pet needs. We strive to provide high quality veterinary service in a personable and accommodating manner by consistently focusing on accurate diagnostics, effective communication, compassionate treatment of animals, and client education. We aim to maintain a safe and pleasant work environment while encouraging the very best aspects of responsible pet parenting. We believe a trip to the vet can be a pleasant experience shared by owners and their pets.+ Read More

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Although surgeries are all frightening for anyone but advances and improvements in medicine are now benefitting even our pets providing a higher level of care for our pets.

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical (MIS) technique for viewing the internal structures of the abdomen by introducing a camera and specialised instruments into the body via two small incisions made in the abdominal wall. It is also called ‘keyhole’ surgery since it allows limited abdominal exploration (keyhole) for laparoscope guided organ examination. It is simple and accurate due to which it is used extensively in human medicine.

However, only very few veterinarians offer this type of surgery due to the cost of equipment and training involved. But even though it’s expensive,it provides one of the only available practical means of making repeated direct examination of the various internal organs. Surely due to its handiness, there will be advances in this method in the future to reduce cost and operation time further.

Laparoscopic Techniques Are Used For Many Surgeries Including:
  • Laparoscopic spays
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Biopsies of the liver, kidneys, bladder, intestines, adrenal glands and spleen
  • Foreign body removal (when animals eat something that they shouldn’t have)
  • Gastropexy (a surgery used to permanently suture the stomach to the body wall thereby preventing “bloat”, a deadly disease
  • It is used as a diagnostic tool in canine intraperitoneal disorders
  • Investigation of intestinal torsion, intestinal intussusception, intestinal adhesion, intestinal impaction, mummified fetus, polycystic ovarian and uterine growth, persistent corpus luteum, splenomegaly, splenic abscess, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, hepatomegaly, liposarcoma of liver, bridging fibrosis of liver etc.

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Overview

Although routine eye matters can frequently be handled by a general veterinarian, sometimes the problems may be serious and require special attention. These include:

  • Cataracts
  • Corneal ulcer
  • Entropion
  • Glaucoma
  • Prolapsed gland of the nictitans (cherry eye)
  • Uveitis

Moreover, it is a very sensitive organ, the function of which may be affected even with mild insult to its homeostasis, due to direct injury or due to other local or systemic diseases. And because the ocular tissues are extremely sensitive, even the simple goal of ophthalmology to getting the right therapeutic dose to the target ocular tissue by a method that does not damage healthy tissue becomes more challenging.

Symptoms To Watch For While Taking Care of A Pet’s Ocular Health
  • Squinting or holding eye(s) shut
  • Scratching or rubbing at eye(s)
  • Excessive green or yellow discharge
  • Swelling of the eye(s) or eyelid(s)
  • A change in color, especially cloudiness or redness
Signs Indicating Vision Impairment Or Loss:
  • Runs into unfamiliar objects
  • Difficulty finding familiar objects (like water bowls, toys, etc.)
  • Suddenly unwilling to jump or climb
  • Lethargy, confusion, weakness, anxiety, depression
  • Unable to locate moving or stationary objects
  • Refusal to move in darkness
  • Develops aggressive behavior
  • Seeks security (tries to remain close to your feet more than usual)
  • Exaggerated “high-stepping” gait
  • Keeps head down (constantly sniffs the ground while walking)

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