Canine Total Knee Workshop
Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine
June 7, 2018
This one day workshop for veterinary orthopedic surgeons teaches proper technique for use of the Canine Knee system, focusing on preoperative planning, surgical technique, and clinical follow-up. The workshop includes classroom lecture, discussion, and wet lab, providing an opportunity to use the instruments to gain an understanding of the surgical objectives.
|8:00-8:15 am||Introduction & Welcome
|8:15-8:35 am||Design Rationale / System Overview|
|8:35-9:00 am||Preoperative Considerations|
|9:00-9:45 am||Surgical Technique|
|9:45-10:00 am (15 min)||BREAK|
|10:00-12:00 pm||Sawbones Lab|
|12:00-1:00 pm (60 min)||LUNCH|
|1:00-1:45 pm||Technical Considerations|
|5:00-5:35 pm||Clinical Case Follow-Up|
Surgeons who have completed a BioMedtrix workshop may choose to participate in our Product Certification Program. The program is designed to extend the course beyond the workshop setting and encourages review and practice of proper surgical technique. Participants are required to complete practice cases, submit them for review, and receive a final passing score before beginning clinical cases. Certified candidates will have demonstrated understanding of the concepts necessary for successful clinical results. Certification is provided for the Universal Hip, Micro/Nano Hip, Canine Total Knee, and TATE Elbow.