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Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) *FULLY BOOKED*

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Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI
 
Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) has become a popular technique for the treatment of canine cranial cruciate ligament disease in dogs that have a steep tibial plateau or joint angle, such as West Highland Terriers. It can also be a preferred method of treatment in smaller dogs where techniques like TTA may be difficult. In the morning session we cover the key objectives before practising the technique on saw bone and then in the wet lab for a hands-on practical.
 
Orthopaedic

Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) *FULLY BOOKED*

Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) *FULLY BOOKED*

Orthopaedic

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

This two-day course will provide delegates with current knowledge and management options for hip dysplasia, hip luxation, cruciate disease, and patellar luxation.

This is a highly practical course and will prove beneficial to anyone interested in small animal orthopaedics or as a follow-on to attendees of our 'Introduction to Orthopaedics' course.

Practise your surgical skills using our Securos Surgical range and experience our surgical furniture and equipment 

Speakers: Shane Guerin MVB MACVSC Cert SAO DVCSC DIPL ECVS MRCVS & James Dunne MVB Cert SAS MRCVS

Orthopaedic

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb

Orthopaedic

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 27th November - 9:00-17:00

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI
 
Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) has become one of the preferred techniques used in orthopaedic practice for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament disease. It is more invasive than some of the other techniques and involves an osteotomy. We strongly recommend attending a practical course before attempting this technique.
Securos Orthopaedic Institute has trained many veterinary surgeons worldwide to a level where they feel confident to use this technique in practice.
In the morning session we will initially focus on the pathophysiology of cranial cruciate ligament disease and the theory that surrounds TTA. In addition, there will be an opportunity to practise using digital imaging software.
This course has been designed to be highly practical, offering the opportunity to practise the technique twice, once on a saw bone and then in the wet lab.
 
Orthopaedic

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 27th November - 9:00-17:00

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 27th November - 9:00-17:00