Animal Health IAS Protocols
We evolve for greater precision in your treatments
At INDIBA we not only care about the efficacy of our treatments but also about their precision during the application, especially for animals.
In veterinary medicine, we deal with patients who cannot expressly communicate, at least through speech, what they are feeling at a certain moment. Therefore, the professional must have enough tools and methods that allow them to detect at all times whether the patient is comfortable or if the treatment is unpleasant.
Protocols designed by experts
The professionals that use INDIBA Animal Health must not only have a minimum training requirement specific to the treatment of animals but must also be trained to adapt the treatments to the specific condition of the patient, ensuring patient safety without losing the efficacy of the treatment.
To achieve this, INDIBA has a team of veterinarians and experts who have developed new and improved protocols, which allow the user to apply a more precise treatment while ensuring safety and efficacy. Our Academy and Training sessions have also been adapted to train users, both current and new, in the use of the INDIBA analogic scale (IAS) protocols and how to apply them in each case.
What are the IAS protocols?
The INDIBA Analogic Scale or IAS is a scale that measures the temperature increase in the tissue as the result of the application of the INDIBA current. It allows us to control and monitor the session and improve therapeutic protocols in terms of efficacy and safety.
It is easy and intuitive; it allows the therapist to explore, evolve and adjust the protocols for each patient individually, making their therapy much more precise.
AH-100 software update
We updated the AH-100 device software to contain the new protocols, which have been programmed according to the IAS. Thus, the user can access them at any time from the device’s interface quickly and easily.
If you are a user of any of our INDIBA Animal Health devices, contact us to get full information on the new IAS protocols.