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Utilizing Inertial Sensors in the Pre-Purchase Evaluation

Utilizing Inertial Sensors in the Pre-Purchase Evaluation

By Kevin Keegan Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS | Updated on | KG Keegan, Locked, OES Members Only, Practice Building Tip, Pre-Purchase Exams

Use of inertial sensors in pre-purchase evaluations has been a controversial topic amongst practitioners using the Equinosis Q. Recently we conducted a survey asking for your thoughts and approaches to using the Q in the PPE. 93% of respondents reported to perform at least 2-3 PPEs per month, and just over 37% of respondents perform more than 5 PPEs per month. 80% of respondents reported to perform at least 6 to more than 12 lameness evaluations per week. While we did not receive a large number of responses, approximately 75% of practitioners who did respond have used the Q in a pre-purchase exam,...

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Utilizing Inertial Sensors in the Pre-Purchase Evaluation