This practical two–day hands-on Masterclass course will focus on the techniques of both flexible and rigid endoscopy in the dog. The course will provide an overview of selecting and handling endoscopes and cover the techniques used in endoscopy of the upper and lower intestinal tract, the respiratory tract and lower urinary tract. The delegates will enjoy the opportunity to perform endoscopy in the School of Veterinary medicine and science’s wet lab and enjoy extensive hands-on opportunities over the 2 days.
*Please note the course fee is usually £1200. However there is a 10% discount for booking online (£1080)*
This highly practical two day hands-on cadaveric course will focus on internal fixation; i.e. locking and non-locking plates, intramedullary pins, K-wires and orthopaedic wire. The course will review the principles and practice of each of these techniques. The days will comprise of multiple surgical exercises and you will be able to choose fracture types and surgical techniques that you wish to perfect. Uniquely, delegates will have access to post-operative radiographic facilities allowing your surgical repairs to be assessed by the course tutor. This represents an exceptional learning experience.
This highly practical one day masterclass course will focus on the surgical management of ear disease in the dog and cat. The course will be predominantly practical in nature and will take place in the wet lab of the centre. All surgical procedures will be demonstrated before delegates are given the opportunity to perform each procedure for themselves.
This course will be limited to a maximum of ten delegates.
Topics to be covered include:
Required delegate attributes:
Delegates should have good general surgical technique and experience. They should possess a thorough working knowledge of the ear diseases that affect both the dog and the cat.
This highly practical two day Masterclass will be dedicated to understanding and performing TPLO surgery.
Day 1 - half of the first day will be spent on theory and half on plastic bone exercises and templating.
Day 2 will be dedicated entirely to cadaver surgery exercises including taking and assessing post-operative radiographs of the cadaver surgeries. These radiographs will be carefully critiqued to learn from errors and minimise surgical inaccuracies in the future.