July 29th 2014 – Returning for another year to CVC Kansas City, Firefly brings its award winning Wireless Video Otoscope back to the heartland together with Henry Schein Animal Health. The Boston based company, which has been selling its cameras to some of the most prestigious organizations around the globe for over 3 years, is thrilled to once again show the Veterinary community why so many Vet Clinics have already brought the Firefly system on board.

The Firefly Wireless Video Otoscope is the best tool available for Veterinarians to educate pet owners on why their pet should move forward with treatment, get them to understand the importance of recommended care and procedures, and make sure they stick with prescribed home treatments by reviewing before and after pictures. While the Wireless Video Otoscope was designed with the pet and its owner in mind, it was also created to increase acceptance rates, which in turn brings more money into the practice. A quote from Firefly Global’s Manager of Business Development, Dan Lucey, who attended last year’s CVC, has this to say about the show –

“Last year was a big show for us and I’m thrilled to be returning for another year at CVC. We’ve heard so much positive feedback from veterinarians using our products, and the word is spreading that Firefly Wireless Video Otoscopes improve client communication and help raise treatment acceptance rates.”

Firefly Global is in the business of making high quality, affordable, video otoscopes and digital dermatoscopes for organizations worldwide. Firefly wireless and wired cameras are small, easy to use and standards-based, making integration with practice management solutions quick and easy. Already popular in Ear-Nose-Throat, Primary Care, Audiology, Telemedicine and Dermatology, the number of Veterinary practices using Firefly are multiplying rapidly.

Along with their Wireless Video Otoscope, Firefly Global also carries an XL Specula Set, designed for medium to larger sized pets. Some of the specula in this set also have working channels which work with flexible forceps. The Wireless Video Otoscope, XL Specula Set, and Flexible Forceps can be found at CVC Kansas City at booth 909 with Henry Schein Animal Health from August 23rd to 25th.