HeyrexVet for Veterinarians
Wearable Technology specifically for Veterinary Professionals
HeyrexVet is a wearable monitor designed specifically for veterinarians to track a patient's recovery from surgery, response to medication, and to detect changes associated with the early signs of illness and disease.
HeyrexVet offers use-case based solutions to help resolve challenges experienced by veterinary professionals in the course of their daily practice. Modules include monitoring Cage Rest, Exercise and Food Plans, a Compliance Journal and Daily Activity and Behaviour Summaries.
HeyrexVet collects data from animals by utilizing wireless technology. HeyrexVet then analyses and presents the data to vets via an online service that can be accessed from any PC, tablet or smart phone, anywhere in the world.
Extending pet care beyond the hospital door
HeyrexVet is a premium service for use in short-term therapeutic or long-term monitoring, for post-operative and preventative animal health management.
HeyrexVet acts as a monitoring and feedback tool throughout the treatment and recovery process. You forecast and then accurately track response to treatment, whilst increasing pet owner compliance and generating new revenues for your hospital.
HeyrexVet has been developed to notify you when required, so that you can get on with more important duties like diagnosis and treatment.
HeyrexVet Modules – how to use them in your hospital
HeyrexVet modules have been developed to enable you to select the module that best supports your care of a specific pet. Modules include Weight Management and Exercise Plans, Cage Rest compliance, Sleep Disturbance and Long Term and Daily Data Summaries. You can click below to read more about how each module can add value to the care that you offer, improve compliance with your instruction, identify the early signs of illness and remotely monitor post surgical care and treatments.
Long Term Summary
Automatic Notifications – no additional resource required
HeyrexVet generates daily reports for your hospital so you do not have to commit additional resource to managing the service. HeyrexVet notifies your hospital when there is a change in a patient’s profile whether it be an improvement or something of concern. HeyrexVet will report on changes in activity, cage rest, pruritic events, sleep disturbances, exercise tolerance, experiential temperature, and more.
Notifications are emailed daily in a summary format so that you can choose when to check on your patients’ treatment. There is a diary function that allows clients to enter comments that may be useful feedback for the treatment process, eg. Administration of medicine, food and water intake and bowel movements.
Heyrex provides you with simple "user guides” to help you if required.
Heyrex support is available to all Heyrex licensed hospitals by email and telephone.
A Vet’s Perspective
20 Reasons for Vets on the benefits of Heyrex
Dr Mark Edwards, BVSc, MRCVS
What does the pet owner see?
The pet owner can also access their pet's data using a separate Heyrex interface. This includes a diary function, which enables the pet owner to participate in the treatment process prescribed by your hospital, helping to improve compliance. For more detail on Heyrex for Owners, refer to the Heyrex website.
Should your hospital, company or research facility require more units, customized data or a bespoke Heyrex plan, please contact Heyrex directly to ensure we can meet your needs.
How do I register my Hospital to the HeyrexVet service?
The sign-up process takes just a few minutes.
Validation of HeyrexVet
HeyrexVet has been tested by academic and research institutions and is used by Massey University College of Veterinary Sciences, New Zealand, by companies for clinical trials of new animal pharmaceuticals and pet foods. Heyrex was previously tested at the Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition in the UK.
HeyrexVet is used by veterinary professionals in their hospitals. Its effectiveness has been proven in both clinical trials and case studies.
For research qualification on the monitoring of animals click on the article written by Edwards, J.D ONZM, BVSc, Dip.Bus. and Gibson, D.J.M BSc (Hons), MSc (York) - Novel Technology for the Remote Monitoring of Animals or the more recent article written by Thomas V., V.N. B.A. (Hons) - Efficacy of Heyrex remote biometric monitoring versus observational assessment during a clinical trial.