Contact

Monika Buergler
KYON
monika.buergler@kyon.ch
+41 44 350 31 05

When

Saturday, April 27, 2019
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM CEST

Dinner provided following course

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Where


KYON Education Centre

KYON Carbahaus 
Förrlibuckstrasse 30
Zurich 8005
Switzerland
 

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Hotels

Hotels below are in easy walking distance 
(4 minutes/300m) to our training centre and provide a delicious breakfast in the morning. Restaurants and public transit options are all located within a couple minutes walk as well.

º Novotel Zurich City West
º Ibis Budget Zurich City West
º Hotel Ibis Zurich City West

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KYON Patellar Groove Replacement
Zurich, Switzerland

COURSE CONTENT:

– Review of rationale / theory
– Instruction in lecture / video / bone model format
– Technical / practical instruction
– Bone model exercises
– Ample discussion
– Presentations on clinical experience, advanced techniques, avoiding/managing complications, new/ongoing research

LOCATION:

KYON Education Center
Carbahaus
Förrlibuckstrasse 30
8005 Zürich
Switzerland

MAX PARTICIPANTS:

16

REGISTRATION FEE:

CHF 1100.-

PAYMENT:

Payment can be made by contacting the Zurich office. Please contact Monika Buergler at monika.buergler@kyon.ch

CONTACT:

KYON
Hardturmstrasse 103
8005 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 44 350 31 05
Fax: +41 44 350 31 06
Email: info@kyon.ch

PGR
Patellar Groove Replacement

Essential for managing the full spectrum of patellar luxation

PGR is a promising advancement for the care of canine patello-femoral degenerative joint disease. Conventional treatments remain effective for patients with grade 1 – 2 patella luxation. For more complex scenarios, those combining multiple deformities or subsequent to trauma, the PGR has proven extremely effective.

The surgical technique is deceptively simple; it requires that surgeons make a thorough evaluation of the entire hind limb.

KYON PGR Training is appropriate for veterinary surgeons with well-rounded orthopedic experience, knowledgeable in fracture plating, corrective osteotomies and/or TPLO/TTA techniques. Complications are minimal, usually related to technical errors, and are easily avoided with comprehensive instruction and modest practice. Your OR and hospital should be suitable for orthopedic surgery, including joint replacement.

Some surgeons/clinics will have more preparation to do than others. We are happy to discuss your specific circumstances and chart a path.