PAX Masterclass

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About the course

The PAX locking system has become an accepted treatment option for common fracture repair, the PAX master class aims to take veterinary surgeons who have some experience with locking systems and help them to apply their knowledge in dealing with more challenging situation.

As this course is aimed at surgeons with some experience with locking systems, we will have a more limited lecture programme in order to focus on the fractures created in the wet lab and discussion.

Course Objectives:

▪ Review mechanics and application of PAX system

▪ Review the surgical approaches to humerus, femur and tibia

▪ Apply the PAX system to:

> Comminuted femoral shaft fractures

> MIPO application to tibia

> Lateral condylar and Y fractures of the humerus

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