Securos University: Extracapsular Stifle Stabilization Wet Lab

Hilton Austin | Austin, TX

April 24, 2021

Extracapsular (ExCap) Lateral Fabello-Tibial Suture Stabilization of the Stifle

Online Lecture & Wet Lab

This course includes two parts and is designed for the veterinarian who wishes to learn/refine the extracapsular (ExCap) lateral fabello-tibial suture stabilization technique and to understand the major advantages of PowerX Crimping System.
 
Part One of this course is a pre-recorded online lecture that includes a comprehensive discussion of diagnostic tips, client education updates, case selection, meniscal visualization & treatment, ExCap lateral fabello-tibial suture stabilization technique, and postoperative management/ rehabilitation.
 
Part Two of this course is a hands-on workshop. Participants will perform the ExCap suture stabilization technique on canine cadavers under faculty supervision using a step-by-step high-resolution video demonstration. This laboratory will include arthrotomy for stifle exploration, removal of the CrCL remnants, inspection of the medial meniscus, proper placement of the ExCap suture and use of a precise crimping system and critique of your repair. On-site digital radiography available for post-op critiques.

 

The online lecture will be available for 30 days before the hands-on wet lab. The online lecture includes the following modules:
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease Series
Part 1: Diagnostic Tips and Tricks
Part 2: Educating the Pet Owner and Case Selection
Part 3: Extracapsular Stifle Stabilization Technique
Part 4: Meniscus and Postop Care
*This program has been approved for 8.5 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

CE and COVD-19

Questions/Comments

As it pertains to our Securos University Wet Labs in 2021, we will keep attendees informed of any update, changes or adjustments that may arise as the COVID-19 situation evolves. We will also post update/changes to this webpage.

Our world is changing, and we passionately believe that Securos Surgical/Securos University has an important role in supporting the veterinary community as we all continue to move forward. As part of a global healthcare organization, we have a responsibility to contribute to global efforts to contain and minimize the spread of COVID-19, as well as protect our associates and yours.

With this in mind, Securos University leadership is continually monitoring and evaluating communications and guidelines from AmerisourceBergen and government and healthcare officials. Feel free to email university@securos.com with any questions or comments about this continuing education event.

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