WebLeC online CPD training for horse vets
Thursday 13 December 2012, 7.30pm
Use of casts in horses
Bruce Bladon BVM&S Cert EP DESTS Dipl ECVS MRCVS
RCVS & European Specialist in Equine Surgery
Key Learning Points
- Indications for casts
- wounds - incl heel bulb lacerations, tendon laceration, fracture repair.
- Technique of cast application, GA, Standing, Bandage Cast, Foot cast.
By the end of this session:
You will learn how to put a cast on a horse, that it is possible in the standing sedated horse, that it is a practical technique which results in vastly improved healing and cost effective management of many wounds of the horse.
About the speaker:
Bruce has been with O’Gorman Slater and Main in Newbury since 1998 and a partner since 2001. He had a previous three-year stint at the practice before a residency in Equine Surgery at Bristol University between 1995 and 1998. Before this, Bruce spent a year at a mixed practice in Hertfordshire and three years at Endell Veterinary Group in Salisbury.
Areas of major professional interest
- Equine Surgery, including arthroscopy, fracture repair, colic and airway surgery
- Imaging including MRI, scintigraphy and radiology
- Digital technology including practice management, PACS, DICOM
Register for this session:
A bit more about our speaker:
Bruce leads a dull life, going from his office to the operating theatre and back again. He does not go outside, except in the summertime. He makes a significant charitable donation each year, to the local golf club, but does not take any chances on wearing the course out. He does manage the occasional ski trip but always likes to have wifi so he can continue to monitor the MRI scanner. He views a day without an hour or so staring at black and white pictures, a day wasted.
As a single lecture the price is £30 plus VAT.
Why not consider a Flexible Subscription for your WebLeC CPD? For £300 plus VAT you get 12 lectures for the price of 10.