Formation Veterinaire

Dentistery of pet Rabbits

Speaker: Dr Vittorio Capello

Date: 02/03/2013

Type of course: theoretical

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: min. 12 – max. 30

Program

Anatomy and Physiology of dentition. Clinical exam. Diagnostic imaging Basic principles of anesthesia Dental disease Treatment of incisor teeth Intraoral treatment of cheek teeth Treatment of abscesses

 

Price: € 320 excl. VAT


Dentistery of pet Rodents (and Ferrets)

Speaker: Dr Vittorio Capello

Date: 03/03/2013

Type of course: theoretical

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: min. 12 – max. 30

Program

Dentistry of Guinea pigs/part 1 Dentistry of Guinea pigs/part 2 Dentistry of Rat-like rodents Dentistry of Chinchillas and Degus Dentistry of Prairie dogs and other Squirrel-like rodents Dentistry of Ferrets Treatment of challenging abscesses of the maxilla and the mandible in pet Rabbits

 

Price: € 320 excl. VAT


More Advanced Equine Dentistery: improve your skills

Speaker: Dr Denis Verwilghen & Dr. Davide Zani

Date: 13/06/2013

Type of course: theoretical & practical

Duration: 1 day

Number of participants: min. 8 – max. 16

 

Program

Techniques to obtain better equine dental radiographs theorectical

Management of fractures of the incisives bone theorectical

Sinus trephanation and sinus flaps: indications and technique  

Orthodontic treatment in equids theorectical

Surgical extraction techniques for incisors, canines and cheek teeth

Dental imaging

Workshops: rotation between radiology/sinus/fracture repair practicum cadaver heads

 

Price: € 390 excl. VAT


Basic Equine Arthroscopy

Speaker: Pr Michael Ross

Instructor for the labs: Pr Denis Verwilghen & Dr Evita Busschers

Dates: 14 & 15 /06/2013

Type of course: theoretical & practical

Duration: 2 days

Number of participants: min. 10 – max. 14

Objectives 
The objectives of the course are :

to review the indications and case selection for arthroscopic intervention in the horse to review and describe the basic instrumentation and arthroscopic techniques used in the horse to discuss aftercare, revalidation and complications arthroscopic interventions in the horse to review, describe and apply diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic techniques for the equine fetlock to review, describe and apply diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic techniques for the equine hock to review, describe and apply diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic techniques for the equine carpus to perform diagnostic and surgical techniques arthroscopic techniques of the fetlock to perform diagnostic and surgical techniques arthroscopic techniques of the hock to perform diagnostic and surgical techniques arthroscopic techniques of the carpus

 

Clinical cases will be implemented as well as practical demonstrations

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
interpret indications for diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic techniques, know the different access sites for arthroscopy of the fetlock, carpus and hock and to apply them in clinical cases, perform diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic techniques in the fetlock, carpus and hock

 

Price: € 1250 excl. VAT


Equine Teno- and Bursoscopy

Speaker: Pr Michael Ross

Instructor for the labs: Pr Denis Verwilghen & Dr Evita Busschers

Dates: 14 & 15 /06/2013

Type of course: theoretical & practical

Duration: 2 days

Number of participants: min. 10 – max. 14

Objectives 

The objectives of the course are:

to review the indications, describe and apply the techniques for tenoscopy of the digital sheath in the horse to review the indications, describe and apply the techniques for navicular bursoscopy to review the indications, describe and apply the techniques for carpal sheah tenoscopy to review the indications, describe and apply the techniques for tarsal sheath tenoscopy to review the indications, describe and apply the techniques for bicipital sheath tenoscopy to perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in the digital sheath to perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in the navicular bursa to perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in the carpal sheath to perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in the tarsal sheath to perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in the bicipital bursa

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
Interpret indications for diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques, know the different access sites for tenoscopy /bursoscopy of the digital sheath, navicular bursa, tarsal sheath, carpal sheath, tarsal sheath, bicipital bursa and to apply them in clinical cases, perform diagnostic and surgical tenoscopic techniques in these specific locations.

 

Price: € 1250 excl. VAT


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