Endoscopic Electrosurgery - Webinar


This is an advanced topic for clinicians interested in interventional flexible endoscopy.  It is important to understand the basics of endoscopic electrosurgery before trying it as there is the real potential to cause morbidity and even mortality if it is used inappropriately.  Furthermore, it is important to know how to avoid damaging or even destroying your equipment.  Finally, in order to be effective when attempting the technique, one must understand the basics of current density.

Michael Willard, DVM, MS, DACVIM-SA

Dr. Willard is a 1975 graduate of the Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine. He did his internship and Masters degree at Kansas State University and his internal medicine residency at Michigan State University. After that, Dr. Willard held faculty appointments at Michigan State University, Mississippi State University, and Texas A&M University. Dr. Willard has given over 3,800 hours of invited post-graduate continuing education lectures (nationally and internationally), has over 80 refereed publications, and has over 150 book chapters in print.

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