Traditional animal injections and health records are often tedious and manual, prone to misdiagnosis or injection errors, and require significant time and effort to track the health of each animal. However, this new generation of RFID animal syringes has completely changed the traditional way of management.
The syringe has several attractive features, the most notable of which is its fast and precise identification capabilities. When a veterinary nurse holds the syringe close to the animal’s body, the device instantly reads a tiny RFID chip implanted under the animal’s skin and matches the animal’s unique identification number with a veterinary database. This allows veterinarians to obtain animal details such as name, age, health history and injection schedule within seconds.
In addition to the quick recognition function, the syringe also enables automatic recording of injection data. Once the injection is completed, the system will automatically save key information such as date, time, drug type, and dosage with the animal identification code synchronously to form a complete health file. The accuracy and consistency of such records are greatly improved, helping the veterinary team to formulate more scientific and reasonable treatment plans, and to conduct follow-up evaluations when necessary.
For veterinary hospitals and animal management centers, this new generation of RFID animal syringes also brings convenience in batch management. When a large number of animals need to be injected, the device can quickly identify and record the information of each animal, improving work efficiency and reducing heavy manual work. This automated processing also saves the veterinary team a significant amount of time, allowing them to focus on critical medical care.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) animal syringe is a device that uses radio frequency identification technology to inject drugs or perform other related operations for animals. The following are the general steps to use RFID animal syringes:
Make sure you have an animal with an RFID chip. This is usually a small microchip that is implanted under the animal’s skin.
Make sure you have an RFID animal syringe. This is usually a handheld device that has a needle or syringe port to inject the drug into the animal and can read information from an RFID chip.
Check the syringe:
Make sure the syringe is charged (if it is a rechargeable device) or has new batteries installed (if it is a battery-operated device).
Check the display or light on the syringe to make sure it is working.
Place the RFID animal syringe close to the chip site on the animal’s body.
Activate the RFID reading function. This can be done by pressing a button on the device or touching the screen.
When the injector successfully reads the animal’s RFID chip, it will display relevant animal information, such as the animal’s name, number, etc.
Determine the required injection dose and type of drug.
Insert the needle or syringe port under the animal’s skin.
Press or touch the injection button on the syringe to inject the drug into the animal. Make sure to follow the correct dosage and injection method.
Note that different RFID animal syringes may have some differences, so it is best to read the relevant user manual or follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer before use. Also, use caution when using RFID animal syringes and make sure you have adequate training and experience to ensure the safety and well-being of your animals. If necessary, you can seek veterinary or professional help.