The LSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital houses some of the most advanced veterinary medical equipment in the United States. We have state-of-the-art equipment for diagnostic imaging, dialysis, cardiology, anesthesiology, intensive care, ophthalmology and oncology.
The Anesthesia Service has wireless monitoring equipment to better serve our patients during MRI scans.
The Cardiology Service has a Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory that uses fluoroscopy.
The Diagnostic Imaging Service uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), ultrasound and digital radiology.
The Nephrology Service provides continuous renal replacement therapy and dialysis.
The Oncology Service's Cancer Treatment Unit uses a linear accelerator to provide radiation therapy.
The Ophthalmology Service has specialized equipment for cataract and retinal reattachment surgeries
The Physical Rehabilitation Service uses an underwater treadmill, a specially-designed canine treadmill, electrical stimulation, range-of-motion exercises and a physical rehabilitation course with Cavaletti rails, steps, a teeter-totter and a dog walk to help improve mobility.
The Small Animal Intensive Care Unit has oxygen cases and intravenous fluid pumps.