Cost: £850.00 +VAT per person
Where: Freelance Surgical Ltd, Unit 7, Havyatt Business Park, Havyatt Road, Wrington, BS40 5PA
When: May 2021

The Saturday practical session is now sold out! We still have availability on the Sunday session. Contact us to book now. 

Are you interested in learning the skills required to perform laparoscopic surgery in companion animals? If so, our Small Animal Laparoscopic Surgery Course is the perfect course for you. This course will consist of remote theory session via Zoom and a wet-lab (cadaver) practical session. There will be a full laparoscopy station and cadaver for every two delegates.

The Zoom theory session will be taking place on Friday 21st May 2021 from 1pm - 4:30pm. You will then have a choice of 2 dates for the practical session - Saturday 22nd May (SOLD OUT) or Sunday 23rd May from 9am - 5pm.

Dr Alasdair Hotston Moore

MA VetMB CertSAC CertVR CertSAS CertMedEd FRCVS Advanced Practitioner In Small Animal Surgery

This course will be run by Dr Alasdair Hotston Moore. Alasdair accepts cases in all areas of Soft Tissue Surgery. He speaks on his subject area nationally and internationally and has published widely in academic and professional journals.

Course Content

  • Equipment – selection, cleaning and maintenance
  • Diathermy and Vessel Sealers – available options
  • Establishing pneumoperitoneum – controversies about how to get started.
  • Biopsy techniques – liver, pancreas, kidney
  • Neutering – ovariectomy, ovariohysterectomy

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course, it is expected that delegates will be confident in the basics of laparoscopic surgery and to perform the outlined surgical techniques.

Booking Information

Numbers are strictly limited to ensure everyone receives the attention and time needed to fully develop their skills during the course. For more information or to book you place please contact us on orders@freelance-veterinary.co.uk or call us on 01934 864280.

We look forward to see you all there.

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