VetClick
Menu Menu
Login

VetClick

/ Calendar
Wednesday, 21st February 2024 | 3,873 veterinary jobs online | 99 people actively seeking work | 5,472 practices registered

CPD, Courses, Webinars & Events

Filter
My Filters
Post a vacancy
Add your CV
Set up a jobs email

Webinar Plus: Advanced Wound Reconstructive Surgery 2024

Royal Veterinary College

1 year ago
173 views

Date: Monday 4th March, 2024 - Sunday 24th March, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Cost: £299

Key Areas
Principles of reconstructive surgery
Subdermal plexus (local) flaps and axial pattern flaps
Skin grafting and tips on challenging cases

About this course
Are you worried when presented with an extensive wound that might need surgery? Would you like to improve your confidence, knowledge and surgical skills in managing large or complex wounds?

This is a 3-week modular course that provides a solid foundation for surgeons who wish to review, consolidate and update their knowledge of advanced wound reconstruction techniques, including skin stretching, role of negative pressure wound therapy and omentalisation, local flaps, inguinal and axillary fold flaps, axial pattern flaps, skin grafting and tips for managing challenging wound reconstruction cases. Challenging cases will be discussed with the opportunity to ask questions and share any tricky cases of your own.

Why do this course?
The course will provide you with a solid foundation to understand the principles of wound reconstruction as well as practical tips for performing wound reconstruction. The course will update your knowledge of advanced wound reconstruction techniques, including skin stretching, negative pressure wound therapy, omentalisation, local flaps, axial pattern flaps and skin grafting techniques.

Who is it for?

vets

The Speakers

Vicky Lipscomb, MA VetMB CertSAS DipECVS FHEA MRCVSProfessor of Small Animal SurgeryThe Royal Veterinary College

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

12 hours

Registration and Booking

Click here to reserve your place


More from Royal Veterinary College