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Masterclass in Canine Endoscopy

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Masterclass in canine endoscopy (10% online booking discount)

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)*

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6th September 2017 – 7th September 2017

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Topics to be covered include:

Upper intestinal endoscopy (including acquiring biopsies and foreign body removal)

Lower intestinal endoscopy (including ileal entry)

Upper respiratory tract endoscopy (including foreign body removal)

Lower respiratory tract endoscopy (including endoscopic BAL and foreign body removal)

Learning objectives:

By the end of the course the delegates should have an understanding and ability in the following areas:

The basic principles of endoscopy and how to select the most appropriate endoscopic equipment for intestinal, respiratory and urinary tract endoscopy.

The manipulation and direction of both rigid and flexible endoscopes in vivo

The technique for obtaining endoscopic biopsies and endoscopic foreign body removal

Be proficient in the J-manoeuvre

Be proficient in negotiating the pylorus

Required delegate attributes:

This course is designed for veterinary surgeons with all levels of experience. It will provide invaluable experience for those who are new to endoscopy and those veterinary surgeons wanting to gain further experience with using endoscopes and refining their technique. The course would also be of value to those veterinary surgeons undertaking further professional qualifications in small animal medicine.

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