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38th Northern New England Veterinary Alpine Symposium
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2/28/2016 to 3/3/2016
When: 2/28/2016 - 3/3/2016
Where: Omni Mount Washington Resort
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire  03575
United States
Contact: Dr. Paul Coviello

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Continuing Education Credits = 8 hrs


Featuring speaker Christopher Ralphs, DVM, DACVS 


Practical Tips and Tricks from a Veterinary Surgeon:
- Open wound management- how to get open wounds healthy and get them closed. 
- Bladder surgery- how to do it and how to keep it simple.
- Fractures- when we can cast it and when not to.
- Is that a cruciate rupture?-  interpreting stifle radiographs.
- Simple guide to laryngeal exams for diagnosis laryngeal paralysis.
- When should a dog with laryngeal paralysis go to surgery?
- Phallopexy for paraphimosis.
- How to diagnose and treat supraspinatus tendon injuries.
- Stem Cells and PRP, separating the hope from the hype.
- NSAIDs and GI surgery.
- Rational suture choice for surgical procedures.
- Lameness exam cheats.
- Closed suction drains- how and when to use them.
- What is a B.E.A.R.D. and what mandible fractures are good  candidates?


- Is it orthopedic or neurologic? 



Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 is the cut off date for Registration and Reservations at the special discounted "NNEVAS" package rates.  


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