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Click on the green PRODUCT INFO plates to open a pdf with general information outlines on analyser choice.

Wet Chemistry

The Vetservice Group is the only provider of in-house wet chemistry systems to vet clinics in the southern hemisphere. We sell and service 3 different wet chemistry systems. Our current main analyser is the InSight DB. Clinics that make the move to wet chemistry generally do so because of their high level of laboratory competence and a large volume of bloods to run. The reward is a big increase in profitability, accuracy and speed of testing.

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Dry Chemistry

We sell and service the SpotChem EZ4430 dry chemistry system from Japan and the SKYLA VB1+ system from Taiwan. With over 20 years of service and maintenance history, we are able to support these dry chemistry systems in clinic to the highest standard. Ease of use and lowest cost dry chemistry tests make selection of our systems the most profitable for your practice.


We sell and service the Arkray PocketChem UA 4010 and the 'thinka' urinalysis units from Japan. These units are well established and great high volume semi - quantitative readers using 3 wavelengths to identify parameters.

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Patient Monitoring
Benchtop Tests

We have a wide range of benchtop tests available, including Parvo, FIV, FIVFeLV combo and Giardia.These tests are well established in New Zealand and available from SVS Veterinary Supplies.

We sell portable hand held patient monitoring devices from the InSight range. These include capnography units. The benefits of having a portable vital signs monitor are made obvious when patients are removed from surgery

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Mini Meters

We have a wide range of Mini meters for quick, low cost testing of a range of diagnostic parameters.

g-Pet plus glucose monitoring

Haematocrit monitoring

Lacate Express

Ketone Express

qLabs Coagulation



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Blood Gases

We sell and service 2 types of blood gas analyser. A desktop model from Korea - the i-Smart 300 and the portable - epoc Portable Blood Gas, Electrolyte and Critical Care Blood Analyser. Blood gases are imperative for any clinic looking to provide after hours or critical care services. That 'crashing animal' will have life saving decisions made due to the data that blood gas analysis provides. The systems are highly cost effective once suitable analyser choice is made. EPOC analysers were instrumental in saving lives during Covid providing life saving information on oxygen levels in patients showing no signs of hypoxia.


We sell and service several electrolyte analysers, from the efficient SpotChem SE1520 system to the highly cost effective i-Smart 30 from Korea. The importance of stand alone electrolyte analysis is high. The ability to run sequential electrolytes at low cost while monitoring patient progress is very important. Determining appropriate fluid therapy is also dependent upon electrolyte status. Once again we lead the market in low cost testing. Test time in the i-Smart 30 is 30 seconds. Accuracy is of the highest level.


We sell the VCheck V200 endocrine anlayser from Bionote in Korea. this incredibly versatile analyser provides quantitative analysis previously unavailable in these parameters.

We sell and service several types of haematology analysers including the Mythic 18 from Switzerland, the Exigo EOS from Sweden, the BC5000 from China and the Element from the USA. The Vetservice Group is the only operator in New Zealand that can fully service and maintain haematology analysers. This local expertise underpins our knowledge and understanding of analyser capability. Selecting the best analyser for your circumstances is imperative as running costs can make the choice successful or pointless. Our honest advice will ensure that you do not make a haematology mistake.

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