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This two-day practical course is designed to provide a solid grounding in how to deal with common orthopaedic problems and build confidence in surgical approaches and techniques. The combination of lectures and practical sessions will revise relevant surgical anatomy to enable delegates to undertake, with confidence, the surgical management of common articular problems. These will include femoral head and neck arthroplasty, surgery for osteochondrosis, lateral retinacular suture placement for the cruciate deficient stifle, and techniques to correct medial patellar luxation.
Basic fracture planning will be described and the correct use of wire, screws and plates will be undertaken.
Previous experience is not essential and the emphasis will be on gaining confidence to perform routine orthopaedic procedures in the dog.
Digital course notes, refreshments and lunch, will be provided.
Key features of this programme:
Relevant surgical anatomy and the sympathetic handling of tissues
Key surgical approaches to bones and joints
Fracture repair using pins, plates, cerclage and tension band wires
The correct use of screws as lag, position and plate screws
Cranial cruciate ligament disease and patellar luxation
Hip and elbow dysplasia
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Payment Terms & Conditions
1. Payment for the course can be paid by credit card or bank transfer.
2. Please contact us for pricing relating to corporate veterinary groups and multiple booking discounts.
3. Full details regarding the course cancellation procedure can be found here: Terms and Conditions.
1. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first served basis.
2. Where all available places are full, applicants will be offered first refusal for the next available date.
3. Confirmation and enrolment details will then be sent to confirm your booking.