Monday, February 3rd, 2020 - Hyperbaric Veterinary Medicine

CEO of Hyperbaric Veterinary Medicine, R. Andrew Malek, is traveling to Australia this week to oversee the installation of the very first HVM Veterinary Hyperbaric Chamber on the continent at “The Vet Practice” in Whittlesea, Victoria.

This installation is the latest in a flurry of international chamber placements by HVM over the past year, with others landing in Canada, Portugal, Singapore, New Zealand and a trove of five veterinary facilities in Brazil, including the Federal University of Santa Maria, https://www.ufsm.br.

While abroad, Mr. Malek will also have meetings with members in the veterinary world about the possibility of adding more veterinary hyperbaric chambers to drastically help with the treatment and recovery of many of the animals affected by the recent wildfires in the southeastern part of the region.  The possibility of full donations of HVM chambers to not-for-profit organizations will be included as well.

If any corporations, practices or individuals would like to help or consider donations to provide veterinary hyperbaric chambers to the wildfire affected areas of Australia, please visit: www.hvmed.com/helpaustralia

A complete list of all current and future locations of HVM chamber-equipped facilities can be found at www.hvmed.com.

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Industry originators and leaders since 2011, the success of Hyperbaric Veterinary Medicine (HVM) has paved the way for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to thrive throughout the veterinary world.

Designed for and engineered by veterinarians and hyperbaric professionals in the USA, HVM was the first to realize the glaring need for this technology in veterinary facilities worldwide.  With chambers placed across the United States in veterinary clinics, hospitals and top schools of medicine at the University of Florida, Auburn University and LSU, HVM has now expanded overseas as well.

HVM prides themselves in being "the standard in veterinary hyperbarics," by always choosing practicality over aesthetics when it comes to the safety of animals in its chambers, and being available to its clients for treatment guidance, technical support and staff training in perpetuity from day of installation.


Jason Kokotoff, VP of Operations
P: 5619889695
W: www.hvmed.com

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