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news4vets special edition ASAVA 2013

news4vets special edition ASAVA 2013

news4vets special edition ASAVA 2013

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Launch date: 26 Nov 2014
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Last updated: 01 Nov 2018

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Miss Samantha Bell BSc(Hons) DipAVN(small animal) DipHECVN RVN (22 Jan 2017)
A good overview for a clinician that has not been involved in this procedure
Dr Catherine Fodor Catherine BVSc.(Hons.) (17 Oct 2018)
News article with good overview for clinicians who have not had experience with this method.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

the bitch spay is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures in first opinion small animal practice. this procedure is usually done by open laparotomy and traditionally in the UK a full ovariohysterectomy is performed.

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Learn and understand advantages and applications of laparoscopic bitch spays.
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Miss Samantha Bell BSc(Hons) DipAVN(small animal) DipHECVN RVN (22 Jan 2017)
A good overview for a clinician that has not been involved in this procedure
Dr Catherine Fodor Catherine BVSc.(Hons.) (17 Oct 2018)
News article with good overview for clinicians who have not had experience with this method.

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