Revolutionary ‘Vetascope’ hits the media

News that a revolutionary digital stethoscope for vets is about to go to market was shared far and wide this week after Advent helped share the story across a wide range of media.

Stratford start-up Ademen’s ‘VetaScope’ – which vets can use to listen to animal heartbeats and other internal sounds much more clearly – was supported by the University of Warwick Science Park’s Business Ready programme throughout its growth.

Their story was picked up by Stratford titles, a host of business titles, the veterinary press, and live on radio where co-founder Vicky Yardley was interviewed by BBC CWR’s Brody Swain.

Caption – From left: Victoria Yardley, Ian McFarlane-Toms, Cllr Martin Watson, Alistair Foster, and Hugh Duffin using the Vetascope on Parker the dog.

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