Contact

Monika Bürgler 
KYON 
monika.buergler@kyon.ch 
+41 44 350 31 07 

When

Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM CET

Dinner provided following course

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Where

SCIVAC; Trecchi Palace
Via Trecchi 20
20100 Cremona CR
Italy

KYON PAUL-2 Course 
Cremona, IT


COURSE CONTENT:

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

LOCATION:

SCIVAC
Trecchi Palace
Via Trecchi 20
20100 Cremona CR, IT

MAX PARTICIPANTS:

24

REGISTRATION FEE:

CHF 1200.-

PAYMENT:

Payment can be made by contacting the KYON 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


INSTRUCTORS FOR THIS COURSE:
Dr. Aldo Vezzoni, Med. Vet., SCMPA, Dipl. ECVS
Dr. Luca Vezzoni, Med. Vet., Dipl. ECVS

PAUL

Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy

PAUL is a promising advancement for the care of canine elbow dysplasia patients. While palliative, PAUL has demonstrated improvements of 1 – 2 lameness grades in patients as old as 10. However, the ideal patient is younger, ~1 – 3 years old, in the early stage of disease. The surgical technique is straightforward, but not without some challenges. The PAUL Course is available as a dry lab or wet and dry lab course. Both courses contain lectures on background, planning, surgical technique, clinical experience and complications. The Wet lab version of the course includes surgical planning, each attendee performs a PAUL, and a lab review discussion.

KYON PAUL 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, related to technical errors, easily avoided with comprehensive instruction and modest practice. Your OR and hospital should be suitable for orthopedic surgery.

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