News & Exhibitions

New video on the knotless wound closure device for open and laparoscopic surgery

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GelVet Max

07/09/2020

ARE YOU STILL USING REM PADS?! Upgrade to the safest electrode available - The GelVet Max

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Need a backup Mini Driver or more Mini Driver accessories?

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We have a special promotion on the FT10 and LS10 Starter Kit

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For certain procedures in the abdominal and thoracic cavity, surgical staples may be an appropriate alternative to suturing.

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COVID-19 Update

18/03/2020

Currently we are running as usual and expect minimal disruption

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With the increase in travel restrictions and the concerns that have been growing around the recent COVID-19 outbreak we have made the decision today that we will be postponing the lap course at this time.

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Are you attending the ECVS Annual Scientific Meeting in July 2020? Why not book onto this pre-congress course. There is limited availability so book now to avoid disappointment.

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We have partnered with Medtronic who would like to invite you to the 2nd edition of their Laparoscopic Equine Surgery Masterclasses.

This year again, Prof. Dr. Michael Roecken will lead the medical and technical part of that training along with Prof. Dr. Astrid Rijkenhuizen as a co-leader of this edition.

The course will take place, as usual, in the IRCAD centre, a worldwide famous training centre for laparoscopic surgery, where you’ll beneficiate from a high quality training and the newest high-tech equipment.

We strongly believe that this event is a unique training chance for laparoscopy.

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A two day practical course aimed at vets who are interested in learning the skills required to perform laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery in companion animals. 

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