Helping us talk to the animals
"I may have bitten off too much this time," he recalled telling her.
The turnaround required to put E.I. Medical on track seemed more daunting all the time.
Fortunately, Maloy's determination to run his own show was stronger than the trials that he faced. Today, Maloy has E. I. Medical Imaging positioned for steady growth.
E. I. Medical, founded in 1984, produces rugged, portable ultrasound devices targeting the animal husbandry industry. Veterinarians, cattle ranchers, swine producers and scientists around the world all use its products.
Typically used to monitor pregnancies in all kinds of animals, its ultrasounds have been used in African wildlife preserves, the Arctic and Colorado dairies and other livestock operations. The Turtle Conservancy in Southern California even used E.I. Medical's equipment to document the reproductive systems of some of the world's most endangered turtle species.
E.I. Medical Imaging also makes video headsets that allow the user to see the ultrasound image displayed in the eyeglasses they wear, in any light
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