Are you interested in advanced surgical techniques, providing your patients will smaller incisions, less post-op pain, faster healing time, and a faster anesthetic recovery? Laparoscopy provides all of these benefits to both you and your patients. This course requires no previous experience with laparoscopy and space is limited to two people per station in order to maximize instrumentation handling time and one-on-one time with Dr. Monnet.
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive approach to abdomen for organ biopsy, diagnostic techniques, and surgical procedures.
Laparoscopic ovariectomy is quickly becoming the in-demand method for spaying animals. It has several advantages, including prompt recovery, a shorter anesthetic period, fewer traumas, less hemorrhage, and excellent visualization over tradition open surgery. Not only is it less painful for the patient, but the quicker recovery time will get your patient back to their regular self, which will make owners happier.
RACE Approved: 12 hours Course Description Do you see large breed, deep chested dogs that are at risk for gastric dilation volvulus? Are you looking
This 2-day introductory GI endoscopy course includes 7 hours of lectures covering indications, basic technique, and disorders diagnosed via endoscopy and a total of 9 hours of laboratory time for key hands-on experience.
This 2-day introductory GI endoscopy course will include 7 hours of lectures covering indications, basic technique, and disorders diagnosed via endoscopy and a total of 9 hours of laboratory time for key hands-on experience.
All event attendees are invited to attend an optional dinner on Tuesday June 29, 2021 at the Translational Medicine Institute’s Grand Event Hall.
During 17 hours of hands-on laboratory time the participant will learn about feline friendly endoscopes, indications for use and will practice techniques on feline cadavers and live research cats. During the week the participants will learn how to perform rhinoscopy, bronchoscopy, diagnostic laparoscopy, flexible upper and lower GI endoscopy, cystoscopy, and otoscopy.