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Common Abdominal Procedures for the Advanced Practitioner – a Practical Course


Course Information

Vet school

This course is designed to teach you the technical aspects of common abdominal procedures encountered in general practice. There will be some background theory, but the majority of this will focus on how to perform surgery using one cadaver per two delegates. The course leads will be demonstrating each procedure using a live video feed and additional material will also be provided to guide delegates in a step-by-step way to enable them to confidently complete each surgical procedure.

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Course Leader

Jon Hall and Jackie Demetriou
Course Description

Topics to be covered:

  • Biopsy procedures of liver, pancreas, GIT, lymph nodes
  • Gastropexies, serosal patching, enteroplications
  • Diaphragmatic hernia repairs, easy and difficult
  • Cholecystectomy

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand regional anatomy relating to each procedure
  • To successfully and safely complete the procedures highlighted in the course
  • Known risks and complications and how to mitigate these

 Required delegate attributes or who this course is suitable for: 

This course is designed for the intermediate and more advanced veterinary surgeon who wishes to expand their range of surgical procedures.



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05/11/202405/11/20240£896.25[Read More]

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