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NAVC INSTITUTE 2010 COURSE CATALOG May 23-28, 2010 • Orlando


Learn to deliver extraordinary care. The NAVC Institute offers intensive, five-day courses that go far beyond ordinary continuing education. You’ll immerse yourself in a single, clinically relevant topic. You’ll attend fascinating lectures, sharpen your skills in hands-on labs, and engage in discussions with eminent instructors. By the end of the week, you’ll leave with a superior level of understanding that will immediately benefit your patients, your clients and your practice. You’ll also earn CE credits plus receive complimentary registration to the NAVC Conference 2011. Each class is limited to 32 participants, so enroll today before your preferred course is full. You can register by mail, fax or online at tnavc.org.

The mission of the NAVC is to provide world-class continuing education to all members of the veterinary healthcare team.


Table of Contents Section 1: Courses Canine Rehabilitation

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Dentistry and Oral Surgery

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Exotic Companion Mammal

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The NAVC would like to thank our Education Partners for their generous support and commitment to veterinary continuing education.

Medicine and Techniques Integrated Emergency Surgery

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and Medicine Orthopedic Surgery: Stifle Repair

12-13

Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound 14-15 Small Animal Ophthalmology

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Soft Tissue Surgery

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Section II: General Information Frequently Asked Questions

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Lodging Form

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Registration Form

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Speaker Information

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“It’s an ideal learning environment. Having meals and lodging wrapped into it allows for much less distraction.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee


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Canine Rehabilitation Course Description—Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation provides participants with an understanding of how physiology, kinesiology, and the biomechanics of joints and muscles relate to canine conditions and injuries. Common orthopedic and neurological disorders are covered including both conservative and surgical treatment options. Canine rehabilitation modalities including physical therapy and integrative therapies are introduced, as well as ways they can be incorporated successfully into a veterinary practice. Veterinarians who complete Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation successfully will receive credit for the first of three courses required for certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT) by the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. Veterinary technicians can register for this course if there is a veterinarian certified in canine rehabilitation either in their practice or registered for Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation. Veterinary technicians who complete Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation successfully will receive credit for the first of three courses required for certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Assistant (CCRA). Learning Objectives— • Demonstrate use of physical therapy terminology and techniques including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and aquatic therapy; also, physical modalities utilizing the laser, ultrasound, thermal agents and electrotherapy • Demonstrate skills in diagnosis, treatment planning, and outcome measurement in canine rehabilitation • Demonstrate knowledge of the business and ethics of canine rehabilitation Course Leader—Janet B. Van Dyke, DVM Faculty— Judy Coates, MEd, MSPT, CCRT

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Canine Rehabilitation Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

Wednesday, May 26

7:00 - 8:00 am

Thursday, May 27

BREAKFAST

7:00 - 8:00 am

Friday, May 28

BREAKFAST

8:00 9:00 am

What is Veterinary Rehabilitation and Why Should I Add it My Practice? Dr. J. Van Dyke

Biomechanics of the Canine Thoracic Limb Dr. J. Van Dyke

Biomechanics of the Lumbar Spine, Pelvis and Pelvic Limb Dr. J. Van Dyke

Canine Rehabilitation Musculoskeletal Exam Dr. L. McCauley

Manual Therapy in Canine Rehabilitation Dr. L. McCauley

9:00 10:00 am

Canine Skeletal Anatomy Dr. J. Van Dyke

Anatomy-in-Clay© Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Anatomy-in-Clay© Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Canine Rehabilitation Musculoskeletal Exam Dr. L. McCauley

Therapeutic Exercise Dr. L. McCauley

BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 am

BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 am

10:30 11:30 am

Palpation Laboratory Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Anatomy-in-Clay© (cont.) Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Anatomy-in-Clay© (cont.) Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Anatomy-in-Clay© Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Palpation Laboratory Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Palpation Laboratory Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

2:30 3:30 pm

Disorders of the Pelvic Limb; Common Surgical Procedures Requiring Rehabilitation Dr. J. Van Dyke

PT Terminology and Introduction to Objective Outcome Measures Ms. J. Coates

Introduction to Physical Modalities Ms. J. Coates

Common Neurological Disorders Requiring Rehabilitation Dr. J Van Dyke

Palpation Laboratory Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

DINNER

Objective Outcome Measures, Terminology Continued, Q&A Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Palpation Laboratory Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Canine Rehabilitation Musculoskeletal Exam (cont.) Dr. L. McCauley

Physical Modalities Dr. L. McCauley

Course Concluded

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35.5 CE

Manual Therapy in Canine Rehabilitation Dr. L. McCauley

credit hours

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

Therapeutic Exercise Dr. L. McCauley

LUNCH

SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Practice with Modalities: E-Stim, LASER & Ultrasound, Q&A Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

Canine Rehabilitation Musculoskeletal Exam (cont.) Dr. L. McCauley

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Common Canine Injuries Requiring Rehabilitation; Injuries of the Thoracic Limb Dr. J. Van Dyke

SOCIAL HOUR

7:00 8:30 pm

LUNCH

Anatomy-in-Clay© (cont.) Ms. J. Coates & Dr. J. Van Dyke

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

12:30 - 1:30 pm

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Rehabilitation Facility Design & Equipment List Dr. L. McCauley

“The degree of networking with fellow veterinarians and the intensity of learning simply cannot be matched.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee

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Dentistry & Oral Surgery Course Description—Every dog and cat has teeth. And oral disease is the most common diagnosis in companion animals. Elevate the dental services offered by your practice by elevating your knowledge and clinical skills in veterinary dentistry. This course will allow the attendee to become proficient with the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of common oral disease in dogs and cats. This week-long program includes laboratories in oral radiography, oral surgery and periodontal disease. This course includes regional anesthesia, surgical extractions, oral fracture repair, endodontics, restorative dentistry and orthodontics. The course will enable the attendee to become proficient with the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of common oral disease in dogs and cats. Learning Objectives—As a result of attending this course, participants will be able to: • perform regional anesthesia that will increase patient comfort and decrease anesthesia costs. • perform periodontal surgery which can grow a practice without adding new clients. • offer endodontic therapy which is another option to extraction and another practice service. • perform oral surgical techniques that avoid broken root tips, perform oral tumor surgery and treat oral fractures. • understand intraoral radiography and improve oral diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. Course Textbooks—Veterinary Dentistry: Principles and Practice. Wiggs RB, Lobprise HB. 1st ed. Wiley-Blackwell; 1997. Veterinary Dental Techniques For the Small Animal Practitioner. Holmstrom SE, Frost P, Eisner ER. 3rd ed. Saunders; 2004. Course Leader—William Gengler, DVM, DAVDC Faculty—Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM Donald Beebe, DVM, DAVDC R. Michael Peak, DVM, DAVDC

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Dentistry & Oral Surgery Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

7:00 - 8:00 am

Wednesday, May 26 BREAKFAST

Thursday, May 27 7:00 - 8:00 am

Friday, May 28

BREAKFAST

8:00 9:00 am

Marketing Dentistry in Your Practice Dr. B. Gengler

Common Dental Materials Dr. M. Peak

Regional Anesthesia Dr. B. Beckman

The Damaged Tooth I Dr. M. Peak

Feline Tooth Resorption Dr. D. Beebe

9:00 10:00 am

Oral and Radiographic Anatomy Dr. M. Peak

Endodontic Materials Dr. M. Peak

Pain Management Dr. B. Beckman

The Damaged Tooth II Dr. M. Peak

Gingivostomatitis Dr. D. Beebe

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

Oral Pathology Dr. D. Beebe

10:00 - 10:30 am

BREAK

Endodontics Dr. D. Beebe

Extractions of Teeth Dr. B. Beckman

Non-surgical Periodontics Dr. D. Beebe

Surgical Extractions of Teeth Dr. B. Beckman

10:00 - 10:30 am

BREAK

Trauma Dr. B. Gengler FINAL REVIEW

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Film vs. Digital Radiology Dr. M. Peak

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

2:30 3:30 pm

Radiographic Interpretation Dr. M. Peak

Surgical Periodontics Dr. D. Beebe

Radiology Laboratory

Periodontal Disease Laboratory

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Radiology Laboratory (cont.)

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Radiology Round Table Discussion

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

LUNCH

Oral Surgery I Dr. B. Beckman

Oral Surgery II Dr. B. Beckman

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Periodontal Disease Laboratory (cont.)

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

12:30 - 1:30 pm

LUNCH

Regional Anesthesia Laboratory

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

Course

Oral Surgery Laboratory

Concluded

BREAK

35.5 CE

Oral Surgery Laboratory (cont.)

credit hours

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

(RACE Approved)

SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Periodontal Disease Round Table Discussion

Orthodontics Dr. B. Gengler

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

Orthodontics - Dr. B. Gengler Prosthodontics - Dr. D. Beebe Treatment Planning Discussion - Drs. B. Beckman, D. Beebe, B. Gengler & M. Peak

“Best bang for the buck with labs and lectures to increase knowledge and skills.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee


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Exotic Companion Mammal Medicine & Techniques Course Description—Exotic companion mammals, in particular the rabbit and the ferret, are gaining in popularity as pets, and are being presented to the veterinarian in ever-increasing numbers. This course will present to both the new and seasoned practitioner advances in sedation, anesthesia, analgesia and monitoring through alternatives to common elective surgeries, and more challenging surgeries, such as right adrenalectomy, enucleation and rhinotomy. Techniques to enhance patient survival are emphasized. Surgical procedures will be presented in a highly visual lecture style and practiced on cadavers of various species. Participants may proceed at their own pace throughout the course. The third day will focus on more common disease presentations. Learning Objectives— • Participants with rigid endoscopy will learn new applications for exotic companion mammals; those considering purchasing a rigid endoscopic set up will learn skills for a faster return on investment. • Participants will hone skills in anesthesia, monitoring and analgesia, with the ultimate goal to enhance patient survival. • Participants will learn, and in many cases practice, advanced surgical procedures beyond the elective and the commonplace. Course Textbooks—Veterinary Clinics of North America-Exotic Pet Practice 10(2) 2007; Critical Care Edition; Lichtenberger (ed); Elsevier. Ferret, Rabbits and Rodents, Clinical Medicine and Surgery;; 2004 2nd Edition; Quesenbery, Carpenter (eds); W.B. Saunders. Course Leader—Angela Lennox, DVM, DABVP (Avian) Faculty—Darryl Heard, BSc, BVMS, PhD Susan Kelleher, DVM Steve Mehler, DVM, DACVS

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Exotic Companion Mammal Medicine & Techniques Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

7:00 - 8:00 am

Wednesday, May 26 BREAKFAST

8:00 9:00 am

Pre-Surgical Preparation: Vascular Access, Sample Collection, Sedation and Intubation Dr. A. Lennox

Surgery 3 - Ferret Procedures: Endocrine Surgery Dr. S. Mehler

Rabbit Respiratory Disease Dr. A. Lennox

9:00 10:00 am

Pre-Surgical Preparation (cont.) Monitoring and Specialized Equipment Drs. A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Surgery 4 - Rabbit Procedures: Enucleation and Rhinotomy Drs. A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Ferret Adrenal Disease Dr. S. Mehler

BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 am

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

Surgery 1 - Electives and Alternatives Dr. A. Lennox

Surgery 5 - Exotic Mammal Gastrointestinal Surgery Dr. S. Mehler

Rabbit and Ferret Gastrointestinal Disease Dr. A. Lennox

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Surgery 2 - Endoscopy, Oral Evaluation, Nasolacrimal Duct Flush and NG Tube Placement Dr. S. Mehler

Advanced Surgical Procedures - Keyhole Lung Lobectomy and Advanced Endoscopy Surgery Dr. S. Mehler

Rabbit CNS Disease Dr. A. Lennox

LUNCH

12:30 - 1:30 pm

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

Pre-surgical Preparation Laboratory Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Surgery 3 Laboratory: Procedures in the Ferret Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Common Diseases of Rodents Dr. A. Lennox

2:30 3:30 pm

Surgery 1 Laboratory: Electives and Alternative Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Surgery 4 Laboratory: Procedures in the Rabbit Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Final Review & Questions Drs. A. Lennox & S. Mehler

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Surgery 2 Laboratory: Endoscopy, Nasolacrimal Duct Flush and NG Tube Placement Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

Discussion and Case Presentations Drs. A. Lennox & S. Mehler

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Surgery 5 Laboratory: Procedures in the Guinea Pig Drs. D. Heard, S. Kelleher, A. Lennox & S. Mehler

COURSE CONCLUDED

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

sponsored by:

5:00 - 6:00 pm 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Discussion and Case Presentations Drs. A. Lennox & S. Mehler

Course Concluded 23 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)

“I’m so glad I came here. I’ve got so many things to take home that I can apply immediately in the practice.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee

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Integrated Emergency Surgery & Medicine Course Description—This series of lectures and laboratory techniques will give participants a general and

thorough knowledge of the medical and surgical aspects of emergency and critical care. Drs. Hackett and Seim will bring their medical and surgical interactions concerning a variety of critical care patients from the hospital to the classroom and on to the laboratory. Both lecturers will interact to present the medical and surgical aspects of each case. Participants in the laboratory setting will perform specific techniques that are taught in the classroom. Lecture topics will include general principles of pre-operative critical care, principles of emergency surgery, as well as medical and surgical management of a variety of abdominal, respiratory and urinary emergencies. Techniques to be performed in the laboratory may include placement of a variety of IV catheters including jugular catheter, jugular cut-down, cephalic catheter, long catheter, short catheter, saphenous catheter, interosseous catheter, bone marrow aspirate, trans-tracheal wash, trans-oral wash, nasal oxygen, thoracentesis, chest drain placement, laryngeal tie-back, emergency tracheostomy, open chest cardiac massage, placement of a urinary catheter in a female cat, feline perineal urethrostomy utilizing a new positioning technique, feline pubic urethrostomy, feeding tube placement, urethral retropulsion technique, canine urethrotomy and scrotal and penile urethrostomy, cystostomy tube placement, abdominocentesis, diagnostic peritoneal lavage, percutaneous abdominal drain placement, tie-over bandage technique and perineal hernia repair. Learning Objectives—After completion of this course participants should be able to: • provide urgent medical care to a variety of critical care patients. • learn a variety of vascular access techniques. • successfully perform emergency surgery procedures with confidence. • set up an operating room with essential equipment to perform emergency surgery techniques. • provide state-of-the-art postoperative management of critical care patients. Course Textbook/Video—Emergency Surgery DVD Series available through VideoVet (contact the NAVC for details about a discount offer) Course Leader—Howard B. Seim III, DVM, DACVS

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Integrated Emergency Surgery & Medicine Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

Wednesday, May 26

7:00 - 8:00 am

BREAKFAST

Thursday, May 27 7:00 - 8:00 am

8:00 9:00 am

General Principles of Pre-operative Critical Care Dr. T. Hackett

Medical Management of GI Emergencies Dr. T. Hackett

Management of Upper Respiratory Emergencies Dr. T. Hackett

Medical Management of Urinary System Emergencies Dr. T. Hackett

9:00 10:00 am

General Principles of Emergency Surgery Dr. H. Seim

Surgical Management of GI Emergencies Dr. H. Seim

Surgical Management of Upper Respiratory Emergencies Dr. H. Seim

Surgical Management of Urinary System Emergencies Dr. H Seim

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

11:30 am 12:30 pm

General Principles of Pre-operative Critical Care (cont.) Dr. T. Hackett General Principles of Emergency Surgery (cont.) Dr. T. Hackett

Medical Management of GI Emergencies (cont.) Dr. T. Hackett Surgical Management of GI Emergencies (cont.) Dr. H. Seim LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

2:30 3:30 pm

Laboratory: Abdominocentesis and Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Vascular Access Laboratory (cont.): Intraosseous, Long Catheter, Short Catheter and Cut-down

Laboratory: Peritoneal Cytology Catheters and Nasal O2 Techniques Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

BREAK

Laboratory: CVP, Bone Marrow Aspirate, JacksonPratt Drains, Arterial Catheter Placement Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

Emergency Medicine and Surgery Case Presentations Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

BREAK

Surgical Management of Lower Respiratory Emergencies

Dr. H. Seim LUNCH

Surgical Management of Urinary System Emergencies (cont.) Dr. H. Seim

Laboratory: Laryngeal Tie-back Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Laboratory: Penile Urethrotomy, Urethral Retropulsion & Tie-over Bandage Technique Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim BREAK

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

5:00 - 6:00 pm

FINAL REVIEW

LUNCH

Laboratory: Percutaneous Cystostomy and Peritoneal Dialysis Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Laboratory: PEEP Ventilation and CPR Techniques Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Course Concluded

35.5 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)

SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Emergency Medicine and Surgery Case Presentations Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Medical Management of Urinary System Emergencies (cont.) Dr. T. Hackett

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Managing Difficult Medical and Surgical Emergency Cases - A Case Based Discussion Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

BREAK

Laboratory: Emergency Tracheostomy, Thoracocentesis and Chest Drain Placement Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Laboratory: Trans-tracheal Wash, Trans-oral Airway Wash, Trans-laryngeal O2 Delivery Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

10:00 - 10:30 am

Management of Lower Respiratory Emergencies Dr. T. Hackett

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Vascular Access Laboratory: Jugular, Cephalic and Saphenous Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

4:00 5:00 pm

10:00 - 10:30 am

Friday, May 28

BREAKFAST

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

Emergency Medicine and Surgery Case Presentations Drs. T. Hackett & H. Seim

“The NAVC Institute is extremely high quality. I retain all the information I am taught here and can take it back to the hospital and use it right away.” — NAVC Institute ’08 attendee


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Orthopedic Surgery: Stifle Repair Course Description—This course will be a combination of lecture/laboratory experience with the objective of providing in-depth exposure to common stifle problems the veterinary practitioner experiences in daily practice. Topics such as cranial cruciate ligament injury, meniscal injury, patella luxation in small breeds, appropriate pre-emptive pain management and rehabilitation will be addressed. For each topic, signalment, clinical findings, diagnostic methods and treatment methods will be discussed using a case based format. Discussions will be supported with ample images of diagnostic and treatment methods. Learning Objectives— • Surgical exposure of the canine stifle • Identification of intra-articular structures of the canine stifle • Identification of isometric points for application of suture technique for canine cruciate injury • Knowledge and application of suture anchors, tightrope and knotless anchor systems Course Leader—Don Hulse, DVM, DACVS, DECVS Faculty—Brian S. Beale, DVM, DACVS Chad Devitt, DVM, MS, DACVS Sandra Hudson, MS, CCRP Michael P. Kowaleski, DVM, DACVS Laura Peycke, DVM, MS, DACVS

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Orthopedic Surgery: Stifle Repair Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25

8:00 9:00 am

Applied Surgical Anatomy and Diagnosis of ACL Injury Drs. B. Beale & D. Hulse

Laboratory 3: Application of Corkscrew Anchor at Isometric Sites Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

9:00 10:00 am

Meniscal Injury Dr. M. Kowaleski Location of Isometric Sites Dr. D. Hulse

Laboratory 3 (cont.): Surgical Exposure, Identification of Intraarticular Structures & Isometric Sites Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

10:30 11:30 am

Laboratory 1 Drs. C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

Laboratory 3 (cont.): Insertion of Tightrope at Isometric Sites Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

Laboratory 4 (cont.): The Deranged Stifle (CCL, MCL, Peripheral Meniscal Tear) Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

Surgical Methods to Deepen the Trochlear Groove; Soft Tissue Augmentation Dr. L. Peycke

Rehabiliation of the Injured Stifle: Case Discussion Ms. S. Hudson

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Overview of Available Arthrex Stabilization Products Dr. M. Kowaleski

Summary & Assessment of Laboratory 3

Outcome & Complications of Arthrex Anchor System, Dr. B. Beale; Outcome & Complication of Arthrex Tightrope Technique, Dr. C. Devitt

Laboratory 5: Surgical Exposure and Trochlear Wedge Recession Drs. B. Beale, D. Hulse & L. Peycke

FINAL REVIEW Drs. C. Devitt, D. Hulse, L. Peycke & Ms. S. Hudson

BREAK

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

2:30 3:30 pm

10:00 - 10:30 am

12:30 - 1:30 pm

BREAK

LUNCH

The Tightrope Technique and Clinical Case Discussion Dr. C. Devitt

Applied Anatomy, Surgical Exposure of the MCL, LCL Dr. M. Kowaleski The Deranged Stilfe Dr. C. Devitt

TPLO and TTA Dr. M. Kowaleski Choosing a Technique for CCL Injury Dr. C. Devitt

DINNER

Summary of the Day; Question and Answer Session Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

3:30 - 4:00 pm Treatment of the Deranged Stifle Dr. C. Devitt Uncommon Injuries of the Stifle Dr. B. Beale

Patellar Luxation: Applied Anatomy Dr. D. Hulse Clinical and Radiographic Findings Dr. L. Peycke

Peri-operative Management Dr. L. Peycke

When Do I Operate? Dr. B. Beale Tibial Crest Transposition Dr. L. Peycke

Rehabilitation Modules Ms. S. Hudson

BREAK

LUNCH

Laboratory 5 (cont.): Tibial Crest Transposition & Medial Release Lateral Augmentation Drs. B. Beale, D. Hulse & L. Peycke

Course Concluded

Laboratory 5 (cont.): Complication and Outcome Dr. L. Peycke BREAK

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Patellar Luxation in Large Breeds Dr. L. Peycke

35.5 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)

SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Summary of the Day; Question and Answer Session Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

Friday, May 28

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Outcome and Complication of Arthrex Knotless Anchor System Dr. D. Hulse; Alternative Uses for Arthrex Systems - Dr. B. Beale

Laboratory 2: Application of Corkscrew Anchor and Tightrope in Simulated Saw Bones Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse & M. Kowaleski

Thursday, May 27

10:00 - 10:30 am

Applications of the Arthrex SwivaLock and Pushlock; Case Examples Dr. D. Hulse

SOCIAL HOUR

7:00 8:30 pm

Laboratory 4: Surgical Exposure and Identification of Intra-articular Structures Drs. B. Beale, C. Devitt, D. Hulse

The Corkscrew Anchor; Technique and Clinical Case Discussion Dr. B. Beale

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Wednesday, May 26

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

Case Presentations from Participants Drs. C. Devitt, D. Hulse & L. Peycke

“The one-on-one instruction with highly qualified clinicians was excellent. I was able to perform the procedures and ask the questions I wanted to.” — NAVC Institute ’07 attendee


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Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound Course Description—This week-long course takes the participant from basic to intermediate learning on

obtaining a systematic abdominal scan and recognizing normal from abnormal. The pitfalls of the abdominal scan will be emphasized. Pertinent ultrasound findings that lend themselves to other diagnostic testing will be emphasized so that a final concluding diagnosis can be reached. The techniques of fine needle aspirates and biopsies will be reviewed. By week’s end the registrant will have reviewed more than 100 abnormal cases with a board-certified radiologist via video clips and still-frame presentations. This is a highly interactive course between instructors and registrants and each lab session provides direct handson learning with a variety of radiologists. Laboratory participants in groups of four spend equal amounts of time on machines actively scanning dogs. Learning Objectives—As a result of this course, the attendee will be able to: • perform an ultrasound evaluation with increased confidence. • distinguish normal from abnormal structures evaluated with abdominal ultrasound. • understand all aspects of the formation of the ultrasound image and the impact of artifacts on image interpretation. • gain experience in fine needle aspirates with a direct application for ultrasound-guided cystocentesis. Recommended Course Textbook—Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography. Penninck D and d’Anjou M. Blackwell Publishing; 2008. Course Leader—Clifford Berry, DVM, DACVR Faculty—Anne Bahr, DVM, MS, DACVR George Henry, DVM, DACVR John S. Mattoon, DVM, DACVR Martha Moon Larson, DVM, MS, DACVR Anthony Pease, DVM, MS, DACVR Matthew Winter, DVM, DACVR

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Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

8:00 9:00 am

9:00 10:00 am

Physics of Ultrasound Dr. A. Bahr

Advances in Ultrasound Imaging Dr. G. Henry

Group A Video Cases Dr. T. Pease

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Group A Video Cases Dr. M. Moon Larson

Group B Laboratory 1 Drs. A. Bahr, J. Mattoon, T. Pease & M. Winter

Group A Laboratory 2 Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & M. Winter

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

2:30 3:30 pm

Group A Laboratory 1 Drs. A. Bahr, J. Mattoon, T. Pease & M. Winter

Group B Video Cases Dr. M. Moon Larson

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Doppler Ultrasound Dr. C. Berry SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

Ultrasound of Abnormal Hepatobiliary System and Portosystemic Shunts Dr. M. Winter

Group A Video Cases Dr. G. Henry

Wednesday, May 26

7:00 - 8:00 am

Group B Laboratory 2 Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & M. Winter

BREAKFAST

Group A Laboratory 3 Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, T. Pease & M. Winter

10:00 - 10:30 am

Group B Video Cases Dr. T. Pease

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Group B Laboratory 3 Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, T. Pease & M. Winter

Group B Video Cases Dr. G. Henry

BREAK

Group A Video Cases Dr. M. Winter

Group B Laboratory 4 (Biopsy) Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & T. Pease

Group B Video Cases Dr. M. Winter

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Genitourinary I Dr. J. Mattoon

Group B Laboratory 5 (Feline) Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & M. Winter

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

Group A Laboratory 5 (Feline) Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & M. Winter

Adrenals and Pancreatitis Dr. M. Moon Larson

Dr. A. Bahr

What to Remember and How to Keep the Momentum Going Dr. C. Berry

Course Ocular, Neck, CNS and Thoracic Ultrasound Dr. J. Mattoon

Lymph Nodes, Peritoneum and Retroperitoneum Dr. T. Pease

Making the Most of Abdominal Ultrasound Dr. J. Mattoon

Partially sponsored by: “This was absolutely the best CE I have ever attended.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee

Reporting Ultrasound Abnormalities & Complete Scan in Dorsal Recumbency

Gastrointestinal Tract Dr. J. Mattoon

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

Differences in Normal Anatomy Between Dogs and Cats Dr. M. Winter

LUNCH

SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Complete Ultrasound Scan in Lateral Recumbency Dr. C. Berry

BREAK

BREAK

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Genitourinary II Dr. J. Mattoon

Group A Adrenals and Pancreatitis Dr. M. Moon Larson

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Friday, May 28

BREAKFAST

10:00 - 10:30 am

LUNCH

Group A Laboratory 4 (Biopsy) Drs. G. Henry, J. Mattoon, M. Moon Larson & T. Pease

Thursday, May 27 7:00 - 8:00 am

Concluded

35.5 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)


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Small Animal Ophthalmology Course Description—Advances in small animal ophthalmology have been considerable during the past few decades, and the success of this clinical specialty is well established. Yet the instruction of veterinary ophthalmology in veterinary schools has been reduced as curricula changes accommodate the newer clinical disciplines. Did you skip your ophthalmology clinical clerkship as a student? Also, being in practice for 20 or so years, has your knowledge in this field become stagnant? If so, this course is an excellent primer for you! Our three instructors with over 100 years of combined academic and clinical experience will distill small animal ophthalmology into useful bits of knowledge to upgrade your small animal eye care and patient management. Lectures start with the basics and quickly focus on the challenges of small animal ophthalmology emphasizing the most frequent eye diseases in both dogs and cats. Lectures include an ocular pharmacology update, inherited eye diseases in the dog, acute blindness and posterior segment diseases in the dog, three hours devoted to feline ophthalmology, case presentations, and a lid and conjunctival graft laboratory. Learning Objectives— • Dry eye is the most common secondary conjunctivitis in dogs. Learn the best current therapies. • Corneal ulcerations are common in dogs. Learn the basic medical and surgical approaches to therapy for both dogs and cats. • Cherry eye is the most frequent nictitans disease in dogs. Learn the benefits of therapy and the prognosis for the different treatments. • Inherited eye disease affects both dogs and cats. How do we manage these diseases clinically? Recommended Course Textbooks—The Essentials of Veterinary Ophthalmology. 2nd Edition. Gelatt, KN. Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. Veterinary Ophthalmology. 4th Edition. Gelatt, KN (ed). Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. Course Leader—Kirk Gelatt, VMD, DACVO Faculty—Carmen Colitz, DVM, PhD, DACVO

Kerry Ketring, DVM, DACVO

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Small Animal Ophthalmology Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

7:00 - 8:00 am

Wednesday, May 26 BREAKFAST

8:00 9:00 am

Introduction to Clinical Anatomy and Physiology Dr. C. Colitz

Corneal Ulcerations in Dogs Dr. C. Colitz

Glaucoma Through the Eye of a Cocker Dr. K. Ketring

9:00 10:00 am

Ocular Pharmacology Update Dr. K. Gelatt

Inherited Corneal and Scleral Diseases in Dogs Dr. K. Ketring

Acute Blindness and Posterior Segment Diseases Dr. K. Ketring

BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 am

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

Instruments for Eye Examination Dr. K. Ketring

Cataracts in Pure-bred Dogs Dr. K. Gelatt

Feline Ophthalmology: Orbit to Cornea Dr. K. Gelatt

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Ten Golden Rules Dealing with Eye Diseases Dr. K. Ketring

Understanding the Lens and Cataract Formation Dr. C. Colitz

FHV-1: Can One Virus Cause All of Those Diseases? Dr. K. Ketring

LUNCH

12:30 - 1:30 pm

LUNCH

1:30 2:30 pm

Eyelid Diseases and Surgery Dr. C. Colitz

Glaucoma in the Dog in America Dr. K. Gelatt

Anterior Uveitis and the Posterior Segment Diseases Dr. C. Colitz

2:30 3:30 pm

KCS and Cherry Eye in Dogs Dr. K. Gelatt

Surgery Laboratory: Lid and Cornea Drs. C. Colitz, K. Gelatt & K. Ketring

Addressing the Course Objectives: Wrap-up and Take Home Dr. K. Gelatt

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Corneal Diseases in Older Dogs Dr. K. Ketring SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

Case Presentations Dr. C. Colitz

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Surgery Laboratory (cont.) Drs. C. Colitz, K. Gelatt & K. Ketring

COURSE CONCLUDED

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

5:00 - 6:00 pm 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Case Presentations Dr. K. Ketring

Course Concluded 23 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)

“I really appreciate the more focused material as well as the dedication required of the students and faculty. I have not had a better CE experience.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee


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Soft Tissue Surgery Course Description—This course is a continuation in a series of highly successful general surgery courses and

will focus on surgery of the oral cavity, abdomen and perineal region. Knowledgeable and entertaining experts in the areas of oral neoplasia, canine and feline gastrointestinal surgery and herniorrhaphy provide laboratory instruction in a fun and relaxed environment. The in-depth, hands-on surgical laboratories will use dog and cat cadavers and viscera. On Monday, we will devote a large portion of the day to oncologic surgery including oral cancers, biopsy and ablative techniques. We will focus on common feline surgical problems on Tuesday. Wednesday’s lab will focus on common intra-abdominal techniques including a stapling lab sponsored by Covidien. Thursday’s laboratory will focus on herniorrhaphy and urethrostomy techniques. Evening sessions will stress problem cases and will be fully interactive in a highly entertaining environment. Surgical procedures learned during the course will include salivary gland removal, cleft palate repair, mandibulectomy, maxillectomy, colopexy, subtotal colectomy, feeding tube insertion, perineal urethrostomy, intestinal anastomosis and stapling techniques, gastropexy for GDV, liver biopsy techniques, splenectomy, diaphragmatic hernia repair, scrotal urethrostomy and perineal hernia repair in dogs. Learning Objectives—As a result of this course, attendees will be able to: • master basic biopsy techniques for oral tumors, intestinal, splenic and liver masses. Traditional intestinal surgery is reviewed as well as advanced stapling systems which may be used to upgrade their practice. • successfully place esophagostomy, percutaneous gastrostomy and enterostomy tubes in dogs and cats. • successfully perform mandibulectomy, maxillectomy, salivary mucocele and cleft palate surgery. • perform subtotal colectomy in cats and learn the basics of diaphragmatic and perineal hernia repair as well as urethrostomy techniques in dogs and cats. Recommended Course Textbook—Small Animal Surgery. 3rd Edition. Fossum T.W. Mosby 2007. Course Leader—Gary Ellison, DVM, MS, DACVS Faculty— Nicholas Bacon, MA, VetMB, CertVR, CertSAS, DECVS, MRCVS Stephen Birchard, DVM, MS, DACVS Ron Bright, DVM, MS, DACVS James Farese, DVM, DACVS John Huhn, DVM, MS

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Soft Tissue Surgery Course Schedule Monday, May 24

Tuesday, May 25 BREAKFAST

Wednesday, May 26

7:00 - 8:00 am

Thursday, May 27

BREAKFAST

7:00 - 8:00 am

8:00 9:00 am

Cleft Palate and Oro-nasal Fistulas Dr. G. Ellison

Surgery for Urinary Incontinence in Dogs Dr. N. Bacon

Surgery of the Spleen Dr. G. Ellison

Reproductive Tract Surgery in the Dog Dr. S. Birchard

9:00 10:00 am

Salivary Mucoceles Dr. J. Farese

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Surgery Dr. N. Bacon

Liver Biopsy, Resection and Cholecystectomy Dr. S. Birchard

The Many Uses of Omentum Dr. R. Bright

BREAK

10:30 11:30 am

Oral Neoplasia and Maxillectomy Techniques Dr. J. Farese

10:00 - 10:30 am

Feline Gastrointestinal Surgery Dr. G. Ellison

BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 am

GDV and Gastropexy Techniques Dr. R. Bright

Friday, May 28

BREAKFAST Videos of Selected Abdominal Surgical Techniques

Dr. R. Bright

Special Topics Requested by Registrants Drs. R. Bright & G. Ellison

BREAK

Perineal Hernia Dr. S. Birchard FINAL REVIEW

11:30 am 12:30 pm

Mandibulectomy and Glossectomy Techniques Dr. N. Bacon

Feeding Tube Applications Dr. G. Ellison LUNCH

Autostapling Techniques Dr. J. Huhn

12:30 - 1:30 pm

LUNCH

12:30 - 1:30 pm

1:30 2:30 pm

Canine Laboratory: Cleft Palate & Mandibulectomy Drs. N. Bacon, G. Ellison & J. Farese

Feline Laboratory: Colopexy & Subtotal Colectomy Drs. S. Birchard & G. Ellison

Canine Laboratory: Auto Stapling Demo, Liver Biopsy/ Resection Techniques Dr. J. Huhn

2:30 3:30 pm

Canine Laboratory: Mandibulectomy & Maxillectomy Drs. N. Bacon, G. Ellison & J. Farese

Feline Laboratory: Feeding Tubes Drs. S. Birchard & G. Ellison

Canine Laboratory: Gastropexy, Splenectomy and Liver Biopsy/ Resection Techniques

BREAK

4:00 5:00 pm

Canine Laboratory (cont.) Drs. N. Bacon, G. Ellison & J. Farese SOCIAL HOUR DINNER

7:00 8:30 pm

Practical Oral and Neck Tumors Drs. N. Bacon & J. Farese

Diaphragmatic Hernia Dr. S. Birchard LUNCH

Canine Laboratory: Scrotal Urethrostomy, Cholecystectomy & D Hernia Repair Drs. S. Birchard, R. Bright & G. Ellison

Canine Laboratory (cont.)

3:30 - 4:00 pm

Feline Laboratory: Perineal Urethrostomy Drs. N. Bacon, S. Birchard & G. Ellison

BREAK

WINE and CHEESE RECEPTION

SOCIAL HOUR

Canine Laboratory: Perineal Hernia Repair Drs. S. Birchard, R. Bright & G. Ellison SOCIAL HOUR

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Challenging Urinary Cases Drs. S. Birchard & R. Bright

DINNER

DINNER (On Your Own)

“I feel this is the best CE I have ever attended. I will definitely be back next year.” — NAVC Institute ’09 attendee

Challenging Abdominal Surgeries Drs. S. Birchard & R. Bright

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Course Concluded

35.5 CE credit hours (RACE Approved)


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Frequently Asked Questions How Do I Get There?—Ground Transportation from Orlando International Airport to the Caribe Royale is available via taxicab (approximately $50.00 USD) or through Mears Transportation. You will receive a discount Mears coupon with your final confirmation letter. Tickets may be purchased at the Mears Transportation desk, located on the 2nd level in Terminal A directly across from American Baggage Claim #5, or in Terminal B across from Delta Baggage Claim #24 or United Baggage Claim #29. Reservations may also be made by visiting their web site at www.mearstransportation.com or by calling 407.423.5566. Where Do I Stay?—Each NAVC Institute registrant will be booked into a one-bedroom suite at the Caribe Royale All-Suites Hotel and Convention Center, located at 8101 World Center Drive in Orlando. These suites have a separate living room, a bathroom, two televisions, a mini-refrigerator and a microwave. Please indicate your choice of a King bed or two Queen-size beds on the provided Lodging Form. Registrants for all five-day courses will check-in on Sunday, May 23rd and check-out on Friday, May 28th. Attendees of three-day course will check in on Sunday, May 23rd, but check-out on Wednesday, May 26th. If you wish to arrive earlier or stay later than these dates, you will be responsible for hotel charges. Please provide your billing information on the Lodging Form.

What Do I Bring?— Orlando weather in May is warm and humid. While outside temperatures are usually in the mid to high 80s, convention center rooms are kept quite cool. Sweaters or jackets in the meeting rooms may be needed. Scrubs and comfortable closedtoe shoes are suitable for laboratory sessions. You will be notified if special attire is recommended for your particular course.

What Do I Eat?—The NAVC Institute registration fee includes meals for the entire program. Please note there is no evening meal planned for Wednesday. All meals are served in the Grand Sierra D ballroom and are only for registrants with an NAVC Institute badge. If you wish to have your family or guests join you for any meal, you may purchase meal vouchers at the NAVC Institute Registration Desk for the following prices: Breakfast $20 Lunch $30 Dinner $45 The Caribe Royale makes every effort to ensure vegetarian choices are available at every meal. Unfortunately, they are not able to accommodate strictly vegan or gluten-free meals. Registrants who have severe food restrictions should bring supplements with them. Please note any special food restrictions or allergies on the Lodging Form under “Special Requests”.

Check-In and Welcome Reception—Check-in at the Caribe Royale is 3 pm. The NAVC Institute Registration Desk in the Convention Center will be open from 2 to 7 pm on Sunday, May 23rd. An informal welcome reception will be held from 6 to 9 pm in the Grand Sierra D ballroom at the Caribe Royale Convention Center. Please join us for light hors d’oeuvres and your favorite beverage. A short introductory welcome and orientation program will be held at 7 pm.

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You must pay for additional room nights if arriving before Sunday, May 23 or staying over on Friday, May 28. Registrants of three-day courses must pay for additional nights if staying over on Wednesday, May 26. You only need to complete this form if you are staying additional nights or if you have special requests. Last Name:

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NAVC Institute 2010 Registration Form

May 23-28, 2010. One form per person. Please Print.

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COURSES FOR VETERINARIANSt

March 31, 2010 or Earlier

April 1, 2010 or Later

 Canine Rehabilitation

$3,400

$3,600

 Dentistry and Oral Surgery

$3,400

$3,600

 Exotic Companion Mammal Medicine & Techniques (3 days)

$2,500*

$2,700*

 Integrated Emergency Surgery & Medicine

$3,400

$3,600

 Orthopedic Surgery: Stifle Repair

$3,600

$3,800

 Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound

$3,600

$3,800

 Small Animal Ophthalmology (3 days)

$2,500*

$2,700*

 Soft Tissue Surgery

$3,400

$3,600

Fee includes: registration, course notes, lodging for five nights at the Caribe Royale Orlando All-Suites Hotel and Convention Center, meals, hands-on laboratories and one complimentary registration to the NAVC Conference 2011. *Fee for the three-day Exotic Companion Mammal and Small Animal Ophthalmology courses, May 23-26, includes three nights lodging. t

Canine Rehabilitation is also open to technicians.

CANCELLATION POLICY Cancellations before April 1, 2010 are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds for cancellations after April 1.

PAYMENT INFORMATION

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NAVC Institute 2010 Speaker Information Nicholas J. Bacon, MA, VetMB, CertVR, CertSAS, DECVS, MRCVS University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL Anne Bahr, DVM, MS, DACVR Fort Mill, SC Brian S. Beale, DVM, DACVS Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists Houston, TX Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM Florida Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery Punta Gorda, FL Donald Beebe, DVM, DAVDC Apex Dog and Cat Dentistry Littleton, CO Clifford Berry, DVM, DACVR University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL Stephen Birchard, DVM, MS, DACVS The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Columbus, OH Ron Bright, DVM, MS, DACVS Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado Loveland, CO Judy Coates, MEd, MSPT, CCRT Hanover, NH Carmen Colitz, DVM, PhD, DACVO Animal Eye Specialty Clinic West Palm Beach, FL Chad Devitt, DVM, MS, DACVS Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado Englewood, CO Gary Ellison, DVM, MS, DACVS University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL James P. Farese, DVM, DACVS University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL

Kirk Gelatt, VMD, DACVO University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL

John S. Mattoon, DVM, DACVR Washington State University Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences Pullman, WA

William Gengler, DVM, DAVDC University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine Madison, WI

Laurie McCauley, DVM, CCRT Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. Wellington, FL

Tim Hackett, DVM, DACVECC Colorado State University Department of Clinical Sciences Fort Collins, CO Darryl Heard, BSc, BVMS, PhD University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL George Henry, DVM, DACVR University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Knoxville, TN Sandra Hudson, MS, CCRP Canine Rehab & Conditioning Center Austin, TX John C. Huhn, DVM, MS Covidien Animal Health Veterinary Clinical Support Mansfield, MA Don Hulse, DVM, DACVS, DECVS Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine College Station, TX Susan Kelleher, DVM Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital Coral Springs, FL Kerry Ketring, DVM, DACVO All Animal Eye Clinic Cincinnati, OH Michael P. Kowaleski, DVM, DACVS Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine North Grafton, MA Angela Lennox, DVM, DABVP (Avian) Avian and Exotic Animal Clinic of Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN

Steve Mehler, DVM, DACVS Veterinary Specialists of Rochester Rochester, NY Martha Moon Larson, DVM, MS, DACVR Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine Blacksburg, VA R. Michael Peak, DVM, DAVDC Tampa Bay Veterinary Specialists Largo, FL Anthony P. Pease, DVM, MS, DACVR North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine Raleigh, NC Laura Peycke, DVM, MS, DACVS Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine College Station, TX Howard B. Seim III, DVM DACVS Colorado State University Deptartment of Clinical Sciences Fort Collins, CO Janet Van Dyke, DVM Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. Wellington, FL Matthew Winter, DVM, DACVR University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Gainesville, FL

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NAVC INSTITUTE 2010 • May 23-28, 2010 • Orlando Even the most skilled veterinarian faces difficult cases. The NAVC Institute provides a unique learning experience that truly prepares you for handling real-life challenges.

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