Managing cranial cruciate rupture in dogs with Fusion TTA

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About the course

 

The course is a concise and detailed coverage of the Fusion TTA procedure to treat lameness induced by cranial cruciate ligament damage and comprise a balanced mix of theory, and individual practical sessions which involve both synthetic bone and cadaveric surgical procedures. Following an overview of the underlying principles which will be covered by tutorials and videos, a practical demonstration of the surgical technique is given during which questions and answers are encouraged.

The practical sessions covers the pre-planning procedure to aid in the selection of the correct implant and associated instruments followed by individual surgical procedures where the delegate first practices on synthetic bone and then a cadaveric  model. On completion of this course the delegate will be familiar with case selection for Fusion TTA together with the necessary information to undertake an actual procedure.

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