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​AOVET organizes many events, including courses, seminars, and symposia. While courses always contain both practical exercises and lectures, seminars and symposia are lecture-based. Group discussions can be part of any teaching format.

Prerequisites: Participation in a Principles course is required prior to participation in Advance courses.

Find information and register for the events relevant to your interests and needs.

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AOVET Course—Principles in Small Animal Fracture Management

The aim of this course is to introduce the basic principles of fracture management in small animals, including assessment of the trauma patient, and the planning and performance of treatment for long bone and articular fractures. The course will provide a platform for future study and career development in veterinary orthopedics. Evaluate small animal patients with fractures Select and plan appropriate treatment options Perform operative and non-operative procedures to treat long bone and simple

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AOVET Course—Advanced Techniques in Small Animal Fracture Management

  • Location: Japan
  • Region: Asia pacific
  • Course Date: 31 May 2018 - 02 Jun 2018
  • Language: Japanese
  • AO clinical division / unit: AOVET
  • Level: Advances
  • Activity Type: Course
  • Closing Date: 31 May 2018
  • Registration: open

AOVET

AOVET Course—Principles in Small Animal Fracture Management

AOVET

AOVET Course—Principles in Small Animal Fracture Management

The aim of this course is to introduce the basic principles of fracture management in small animals, including assessment of the trauma patient, and the planning and performance of treatment for long bone and articular fractures. The course will provide a platform for future study and career development in veterinary orthopedics Evaluate small animal patients with fractures Select and plan appropriate treatment options Perform operative and non-operative procedures to treat long bone and simple

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AOVET Course—Principles in Small Animal Fracture Management

Course Description Course participants will learn the AOVET Principles of fracture management and be trained in the techniques for the treatment of common fractures. Each module of this course consists of a number of evidence-based lectures that cover the principle concepts recommended. In practical exercises participants will gain experience in the application of these AO principles and techniques. These same concepts are expanded and reinforced in interactive case discussions emphasizing

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AOVET Course—How to avoid, recognize and manage complications in small animal fracture management

Course Description Post-operative complications are recognised as a potential outcome following orthopaedic surgery in both human and veterinary patients. While some complications are unavoidable, the majority of complications are consequent to decision-making errors by the surgeon prior to, during or after the surgery and so are avoidable. Complications in veterinary patients usually cause significant morbidity and affect quality of life and in some cases can necessitate euthanasia

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AOVET Course—Management of Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO)

Course Description This 2 day course covers the clinical, radiographic and surgical examination of cruciate disease,   Evidence base for cruciate surgery, rationale and planning for TPLO, the surgical technique and application of locking TPLO, diagnosing and treating meniscal injury, TPLO outcomes and avoiding and managing complications of TPLO.   Practical sessions include radiographic planning of TPLO and the surgical technique and application of locking TPLO plates on plastic bone models. The

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Practical Approach to Fracture Management with Bone Plates

This 1 day AOVET fracture management course will use a combination of case studies, short interactive lectures and hands-on practical sessions to enable participants to develop and refine their technical skills in repairing fractures and develop confidence in decision-making for fracture repair. Participants will be able to develop their surgical skills in fracture repair under the guidance of AOVET international faculty. Evaluate small animal patients with fractures Select and plan appropriate

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AOVET Course—Management of Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO)

This 2 day course covers the clinical, radiographic and surgical examination of cruciate disease, Evidence base for cruciate surgery, rationale and planning for TPLO, the surgical technique and application of locking TPLO, diagnosing and treating meniscal injury, TPLO outcomes and avoiding and managing complications of TPLO. Practical sessions include radiographic planning of TPLO and the surgical technique and application of locking TPLO plates. The 6 practical sessions in this course will

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Practical Approach to Fracture Management with External Fixation