The Suture Station: One Stop for Stronger Suturing Skills
Feel like your suture skills could use a little tightening up? Check out this library of webinars, videos, and resources from Ethicon to help you sharpen the skills you already have—and find new ones you’ll wonder how you ever lived without. Plus, you can register to receive complementary practice materials from Ethicon.
Whether you’re an experienced practitioner or a new graduate, it pays to keep your suturing skills sharp. This hands-on suturing webinar for veterinarians will provide a unique opportunity to work on your technique while you watch and revisit how to apply common suture patterns and knots.
In this webinar, participants will learn advanced knot-tying techniques used in veterinary surgical cases, such as the Aberdeen knot and its variations.
This webinar will provide a hands-on introduction to wound closure suturing and knot-tying techniques through small animal case studies.
This free webinar will discuss wound closure principles and the phases of wound healing by tissue type, as well as how to select the best polymer for the different tissue type.
You know Halsted’s surgical principles, but how do they vary when it comes to minimally invasive surgery? In this webinar, learn the indications, patient benefits, and equipment needed for minimally invasive procedures in small animals. Plus, learn when to convert to an open procedure.
STRANGLE KNOT TUTORIALS
With more than 1,400 knots in The Encyclopedia of Knots, we all need a refresher now and then on the best knots for common surgical scenarios and techniques for tying them. Refresh your knot know-how with this comprehensive manual.
ABERDEEN KNOT TUTORIALS
Learn how to place tensioning sutures with this illustrated guide.
Prophylactic gastropexy is performed to prevent gastric dilatation-volvulus in at-risk dogs; however, the ideal incision length and number of sutures to use is undetermined. Explore what this study found when comparing these variables.
How can you promote collagen synthesis and a water-tight seal after gastrointestinal surgery? Here are 9 specific tips.
Most acute incisional hernias stem from surgeon error, and although perhaps rare, their prevention and prompt detection are paramount.