Emergency Surgery in the Dog

Orange, CA Sep 26-27, 2020
Miami, FL TBC

Emergency Surgery in the Dog

Introduction

This course is designed to teach participants the technical aspects of a variety of emergency surgery procedures. Some ‘theory’ will be included in the lectures, but emphasis will be placed on ‘how’ to perform each procedure. Topics have been chosen that represent emergency surgical conditions frequently seen in veterinary practice including gastropexy for treatment of GDV, rapid splenectomy, urethral retropulsion, urethrotomy, urethrostomy, perineal hernia repair, esophagostomy tube placement, emergency tracheostomy, laryngeal tie-back, diaphragmatic hernia repair and chest drain placement.

Hands on practical labs will give participants the opportunity to practice techniques discussed in lecture and increase confidence levels in performing Emergency Surgery procedures.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for all veterinary surgeons wishing to improve their technical skills in Emergency Surgery procedures. The hands-on practical laboratory will give participants the opportunity to practice techniques discussed in lecture. If you have been thinking of incorporating more emergency surgery coverage in your practice, this course is a must.


Objectives

By the end of this course delegates should have an understanding of:

  • Common emergency surgical procedures
  • Important anatomic structures associated with each procedure
  • How to quickly and safely perform emergency surgical procedures in veterinary practice
  • How to successfully treat a variety of surgical disorders associated with urgent care patients

And realize that many emergency surgery procedures can successfully be performed in veterinary practice.

All delegates will have the opportunity to practice the following techniques during the lab: Scrotal rethrotomy, Chest drain placement, Perineal hernia repair, Tie-back, E-tube placement, Gastropexy, Diaphragmatic hernia and Splenectomy.

Summary

Price includes course notes and all theoretical and Practical sessions.

In the practical sessions, delegates will be working on cadavers to practice the surgical techniques in groups of 2 delegates.

Coffee breaks and lunch are included on both days.

Before and after the course delegates will have access to the Improve International moodle platform. In this platform a number of resources can be available that range from course notes, videos, webinars, etc, depending on the course. Also pre and post course assessments and exercises will be available.

A VideoVet DVD of the taught techniques will be given to all participants.


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Course Details

Location:
Orange, CA

  Date:
Sep 26-27, 2020

Speaker:

Location:
Miami, FL

  Date:
TBC

Speaker:
TBC

p Type:
Two-day Course

d Category:
Soft Tissue/Emergency Surgery

} Schedule:
09:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Delegates Nº:
24

CE Hours:
18

Course Price:
$2,450 (60 days or more)

$2,700 (less than 60 days)



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