Ophthalmology – Surgical ophthalmology in dogs for clinical practitioner

Ophthalmology – Surgical ophthalmology in dogs for clinical practitioner

The primary objective of this course in veterinary ophthalmology is to improve the ophthalmic diagnostic and surgical skills of veterinary practitioners in order that they can provide higher levels of care to animals with eye problems. This will begin with a review of ophthalmic terminology, anatomy, physiology and pharmacology of the animal eye. Basic and advanced ophthalmic examination and surgery techniques in dogs will be covered in detail. Discussions on how to perform basic and advanced ophthalmic diagnostic and surgical procedures will be taught. OKEAN course offers an unparalleled opportunity to obtain hands-on skills training through personalized instruction, allowing you to develop expertise.

 

Programme

Examination of the eye

  • Anterior segment examination
  • Diagnostic testing – eye reflexes, fluorescein staining, STT, IOP, nasolacrimal duct flushing
  • Direct ophthalmoscopy
  • Indirect ophthalmoscopy

 

Surgical procedures

  • Temporary tarsorrhaphy
  • Wedge resection
  • Entropion surgery – Modified Hotz Celsus
  • Complex entropion surgery
  • Ectropium surgery
  • Lateral arrowhead for large breeds
  • “Stades technique”
  • Medial canthoplasty for brachycephalic breeds
  • Removal of large tumor and eyelid reconstruction using H-plasty
  • Third eyelid flap
  • 360-degree conjunctival flap
  • Cherry eye repair
  • Enucleation

Dr. Hannes Gressl studied veterinary medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna
1988 Clinic for surgery and ophthalmology at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
1994 Veterinary Clinic Dr. Krebitz in Klagenfurt, Austria. Main focus: ophthalmology, oncology, soft tissue-, orthopedic, neurosurgery and diagnostic imaging (computer tomography, MRI, X-ray, endoscopy)
1996 Doctoral thesis at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna Topic: “About the occurrence of eyelid diseases in dogs in Austria (1983-1993)”
1996 Certified member AKVO (Working Group of Veterinary Ophthalmology – Austria),ECVO (European Collage of Veterinary Ophthalmologists) recognized ESE Eye Scheme Examiner
2006 – Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the VÖK (Austrian Small Animal Veterinary Medicine Association)
2012 – Member of the Board of the VÖK Austrian Small Animal Veterinary Medicine Association
2014 “Specialist veterinarian for small animals” Austrian veterinary chamber, qualification and exam
2016 – President of the VÖK Austrian Small Animal Veterinary Medicine Association
2016 Appointed member of the Examination board for specialist veterinarian for small animals of the Austrian veterinary chamber
2017 “Diploma small animal oncology” Austrian veterinary chamber qualification and exam
2018 Appointed instructor small animal medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna

Dentistry of Dogs

Dentistry of Dogs

Programme

  1. Veterinary anatomy pertaining to dentistry and oral surgery.
  2. Oral examination and charting of clinical findings.
  3. Dental radiography and Radiology.
  4. Local and regional blocks used in Dentistry and Oral Surgery.
  5. Extraction techniques.

About
A relevant refresher lecture in oral and dental anatomy will be presented and will discuss the tooth, periodontium and jaws, function of teeth, anatomical terms used to describe the different aspects of the teeth and their association with the jaws.

Oral examination and charting; equipment required and how to use instruments will be discussed in the lecture and practiced in the workshop, how to perform local and regional blocks used in Dentistry and Oral Surgery and will be taught relevant extraction techniques.
Delegates will then be taught how to obtain diagnostic intra-oral digital dental radiographs and how to interpret these images.

Dr Cedric Tutt graduated from the veterinary faculty in South Africa in 1992 and became an European Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry in 2007. He is registered as a Veterinary Dental Specialist in Europe, UK, Hong Kong and South Africa; offering advanced dentistry and oral surgical options for a wide range of animals, including: cats, dogs, horses, many wild cat species, small and large non-human primates and marine and terrestrial mammals. His list of species treated exceeds 67. Dr Tutt’s services include root canal therapy, dental restoration, extractions, orthodontics, prosthodontics and treatment of some oral cancers in addition to the repair of oral trauma cases and some congenital abnormalities.
The European Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry in South Africa, Dr Tutt offers veterinary dentistry and orofacial surgery services in Cape Town, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. Dr Tutt also provides post-graduate training in veterinary dentistry and oral surgery to veterinarians, veterinary nurses and veterinary technicians. He authored the text: Small Animal Dentistry – a manual of techniques (which was translated into Simplified Chinse) and was Senior co-editor of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dentistry 3rd Edition. Cedric has published (as author or co-author) 27 articles in Peer Reviewed CPD journals and 8 articles in scientific Peer Reviewed journals.

Visit Dr Tutt’s website: www.theveterinarydentist.com

Radiografija toraksa i abdomena

Radiografija toraksa i abdomena

Ključne oblasti

  • Mučite se da saznate da li je taj beli deo na plućima zaista patologija?
  • Brinete da biste mogli da propustite crevnu opstrukciju usled stranog tela?
  • Niste sigurni koje su radiografske indikacije za hiruršku intervenciju!

Šta vam omogućava ovaj kurs?

  • Razvijanje efikasne i praktične tehnike za čitanje radiografskih snimaka pasa i mačaka
  • Praktičan rad u grupama koristeći veliki broj radiografskih slučajeva uz klinički pristup

Tokom ovog kursa ćete poboljšati svoje znanje iz radiografije pasa i mačaka, kreirati sopstvenu tehniku čitanja radiografskih snimaka i izoštriti svoje kliničke veštine.
Rad u malim grupama će vam omogućiti da uvežbate svoju tehniku čitanja i da podelite svoja iskustva sa kolegama.
Nadamo se da ćete na kraju ovog kursa razviti sistematični pristup proceni snimaka, steći iskustvo u dijagnostikovanju zastupljenijih, ali i ređih radiografskih abnormalnosti i razviti logičan pristup tumačenju radiografske studije.

DAN 1 – Radiologija toraksa

  • PREDAVANJE : Generalni principi I tehnički aspekti radiologije toraksa
  • PRAKTIČNI : Radiološko pozicioniranje I podešavanja ekspozicije
  • PREDAVANJE : Tumačenje bolesti pluća
  • RADIONICA: Čitanje snimaka
  • PREDAVANJE: Radiološko tumačenje kardioloških bolesti
  • PREDAVANJE: Pleura, medijastinum, dijafragma i zid toraksa
  • RADIONICA: Čitanje snimaka

DAN 2 – Radiologija abdomena

  • PREDAVANJE: Generalni principi I tehnički aspekti radiologije abdomena
  • PRAKTIČNI: Radiološko pozicioniranje I podešavanja ekspozicije
  • PREDAVANJE: Koje se korisne kliničke informacije mogu dobiti na snimcima abdomena?
    Otkrivanje abdominalnih masa, tečnosti i slobodnog gasa.
    Znaci gastrointestinalne opstrukcije.
    Znaci bolesti urinarnog trakta.
  • RADIONICA: Čitanje snimaka
  • PREDAVANJE: Gastrointestinalne i genitourinarne kontrasne studije.
    Kada, zašto I kako bi to trebali da radite?
  • RADIONICA: Čitanje snimaka
Ultrazvuk 1

Ultrazvuk 1

Dvodnevni kurs ultrazvučne dijagnostike abdominalnih organa koji za cilj ima upoznavanje polaznika sa mogućnostima ultrazvučne dijagnostike, savladavanje tehnike pregleda jetre, žučne kese, slezine, bubrega, mokraćne bešike, muškog i ženskog reproduktivnog trakta, digestivnog trakta, desnog režnja pankreasa kao i upoznavanje sa najčešćim ultrazvučno vidljivim patologijama.
Prvi dan

Vreme Naslov Format
09:00 – 10:00 Uvod i osnove Teorijski
10:00 – 10:30 Upoznavanje sa aparatom Praktično
10:30 – 11:00 Pauza za kafu
11:00 – 11:45 Jetra, žučna kesa, slezina Teorijski
11:45 – 13:30 Jetra, žučna kesa, slezina Praktično
13:30 – 14:30 Pauza za ručak
14:30 – 15:15 Bubrezi, mokraćna bešika Teorijski
15:15 – 16:30 Bubrezi, mokraćna bešika Praktično
16:30 – 17:00 Pitanja
Drugi dan

Vreme Naslov Format
09:00 – 09:45 Želudac, creva, pankreas Teorijski
09:45 – 10:30 Želudac, creva, pankreas Praktično
10:30 – 11:00 Pauza za kafu
11:00 – 11:30 Ženski i muški reproduktivni trakt Teorijski
11:30 – 13:30 Ženski i muški reproduktivni trakt Praktično
13:30 – 14:30 Pauza za ručak
14:30 – 16:00 Praktičan rad Praktično
16:00 – 16:30 Pisanje izveštaja Teorijski
16:30 – 17:00 Pitanja
Computed Tomography in dogs and cats – CT for practitioners

Computed Tomography in dogs and cats – CT for practitioners

Vignoli Massimo

Graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Bologna with a thesis: “Hip dysplasia in dogs”. Specialized at the University of Turin in Veterinary Radiology with thesis: “Kodak insight into canine thoracic radiology”. Travel Award and Resident Prize at the EAVDI/ECVDI European Congress, Murcia 2002, as best presentation on: “CT-guided biopsies in the skeleton. To date, author/co-author of 257 scientific works, of which 124 have been published in scientific journals. Diplomate of the European College of Diagnostic Imaging (ECVDI). Editor and/or Co-author of the books: “Radiology of the dog and cat”, Poletto Editore, 2005, “Veterinary Computed Tomoghraphy”, Edited by Tobias Schwarz and Jimmy Saunders, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, “Manual of first aid and traumatology in small animals”, Viganò, Elsevier Edition, 2013, “Atlas of Diagnostic Imaging of the Dogs and Cats”, Massimo Vignoli, John Graham, EDRA, 2022. President of the Italian Society of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (SVIDI) 2001-2004. Contract professor at the University of Naples, 2007-2009. Lecturer at the University of Pisa and Camerino. Doctor of Veterinary Sciences (PhD) at Ghent University, 2010. Member of several PhD committee as an international member of the University of Ghent and Liège. Member of various ECVDI College Committee. In 2011-13 member of the ECVDI College Board. Full Professor at the University of Teramo. Graduated in Sports Sciences in November 2018.

DAY 1

Time Title
09:00 – 09:15 Introduction
09:15 – 10:15 CT physics and applications
10:15 – 11:15 Thorax, anatomy and most common diseases part I
11:15 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 12:15 Thorax, anatomy and most common diseases part II
12:15 – 13:15 Abdomen part I
13:15 – 14:15 Lunch break
14:15 – 15:30 Abdomen part II
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 – 17:30 Practical case discussion

DAY 2

Time Title
09:00 – 09:15 Introduction
09:15 – 10:15 Skull, anatomy and most common diseases 
10:15 – 11:30 Spine, anatomy and most common diseases 
11:30 – 11:45 Coffee break
11:45 – 12:30 Skeleton forelimb, anatomy and most common diseases
12:30 – 13:15 Skeleton hind limb, anatomy and most common diseases
13:15 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 16:30 Practical case discussion
16:30 – 17:00 Q & A