Don’t miss our early-bird special on AOVET pre-WSAVA 2018 programs
July 25 is the last day to take advantages of discounts of up to 15 percent on registration fees for four unique AOVET educational programs taking place just prior to the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Congress 2018, September 25–28, 2018, in Singapore. The AOVET programs take place September 22–24, 2018.
Participants registering by July 25 get a five percent early-bird registration discount and AOVET paying members and/or WSAVA delegates and/or SVA members benefit from an additional 10 percent discount, making AOVET’s pre-congress events especially high-value learning opportunities.
From the course on tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) and workshops on practical approaches to fracture management with bone plates and external fixation to the seminar on diagnoses and treatment of lameness in dogs, these four AOVET educational programs are distinguished by their world-leading faculty, including renowned veterinary orthopedic surgeons Mark Glyde (Australia) and Alessandro Piras (Italy). Mark and Alessandro are internationally recognized experts in small animal orthopedics, outstanding educators, and popular AOVET faculty members.
The four Singapore programs—all offering an early-bird discount on their registration fees—are:
AOVET Course—Management of Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO), September 22-23: The course covers the clinical, radiographic and surgical examination of cruciate disease, evidence base for cruciate surgery, rationale and planning for TPLO, the surgical technique and application of locking TPLO, diagnosing and treating meniscal injury, TPLO outcomes and avoiding and managing complications of TPLO.
To register, visit http://SINGAPORE18091.aovet.org.
AOVET Workshop—Practical Approach to Fracture Management with Bone Plates, September 22: This workshop will use a combination of case studies, short interactive lectures and hands-on practical sessions to enable participants to develop and refine their technical skills in repairing fractures and develop confidence in decision-making for fracture repair.
To register, visit http://SINGAPORE18093.aovet.org.
AOVET Workshop—Practical Approach to Fracture Management with External Fixation, September 23: This workshop will focus on long bones fractures, indications for application of ESF, challenges and complications. During the workshop you will have the opportunity to apply different ESF frames to radius/ ulna and tibia fractures under the supervision and expert guide of the faculty that will share with you their experience with precious hints and tips.
To register, visit http://SINGAPORE18094.aovet.org
AOVET Seminar—Simplifying the Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Causes of Lameness in Dogs, September 24: This seminar will use video case studies to explore common causes of lameness in dogs and enable participants to develop and refine their skills in diagnosis and treatment decision-making for lameness. Canine lameness is notoriously difficult and the faculty will teach the tips, tricks and examination specifics that will simplify both the clinical diagnosis and the imaging diagnosis of lameness cases. This one-day, interactive seminar will help participants to take their orthopedic lameness practices to the next level.
To register, visit http://SINGAPORE18092.aovet.org.
For further information about AOVET’s Singapore offerings, please kindly contact Ms. Iris Lam (AOVET Asia-Pacific) at email@example.com or at +852 3956 1748.