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Should Please the Minions…

January 4, 2017

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From: @vanaqua.org>
Date: Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 1:49 PM
Subject: RE: Beluga Deaths: Portable Vet Ultrasound Documentation Safety Review (GE LOGIQ e Vet)
To: ChemE Stewart <cheme911@gmail.com>
Cc: —@vanaqua.org>

Yup. We are taking it seriously for sure.  And yup the folks in Orlando do a fantastic job.  I am glad you enjoyed your experience.  Thanks so much again.

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre
From: ChemE Stewart [mailto:cheme911@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2017 10:46 AM
To: —
Cc: —
Subject: Re: Beluga Deaths: Portable Vet Ultrasound Documentation Safety Review (GE LOGIQ e Vet)

—,

10-4, thanks.  What concerned me was the Atlanta whale was healthy before the routine exam according to the article.  Wet skin in contact with wet ground/conductive saltwater will always be the most likely path.  I am not sure what 15 MHz micro shocks even feel like…

Thanks for taking it seriously.  It is all about awareness.

Stewart

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From: —@vanaqua.org>
Date: Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 1:35 PM
Subject: RE: Beluga Deaths: Portable Vet Ultrasound Documentation Safety Review (GE LOGIQ e Vet)
To: ChemE Stewart <cheme911@gmail.com>, —@vanaqua.org>
… In any case our SOP [Standard Operating Procedure] is to start plugging in the machine during exams and we much appreciate you pointing out this potential problem in the machines.

Best wishes,

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

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