“If you perform the same type of surgery, add your usual equipment and post-operative instructions as a template. This way the form will be pre-populated with your information each time.” — Mark Morton, Clinical Lead and Veterinary Surgeon
Most veterinary surgeons and nurses working with small animals will have experience in treating canine cruciate ligament ruptures. However, there is not a strong evidence base to know which surgical techniques have the best outcome. The new Canine Cruciate...
A virtual launch event for the Canine Cruciate Registry featuring expert speakers from both veterinary and human medicine. The event introduces the registry and demonstrates how it can be used to improve outcomes and monitor complications with cruciate surgery....
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