Hosted by the Vet Wound Library we are delighted to bring you an evening of Equine wound management insight hosted by Georgie Hollis and Professor Patrick Pollock, Director of Edinburgh's Royal 'Dick' Equine Hospital.
The 1.5 hour session will cover the key principles of optimal wound management with a focus on dressing selection and avoidance of complications associated with bandaging techniques.
Kindly Sponsored by KRUUSE this FREE to attend event will showcase the wide range of products that the company have developed specifically to fit the ideals of optimal wound care. From initial wound lavage, Manuka honey, hydrogels, foams and super absorbent dressings to bandaging and casting materials.
This session is equally applicable to Vets and Nurses that are involved with everyday equine wound management and decision making.
Speakers will open discussion for Q&A at the end of the session for all delegates.
A personalised CPD certificate will be provided at the end of the session on completion of a short feedback form.
The importance of wound lavage. Which solution should we use?
Which dressing to use when? From honey to hydrogels, to foams to super-absorbents.
The science behind a better bandage. Can you avoid complications without blowing the budget?
Vet Wound Library Founder
Founder of the Vet Wound Library and wound technology enthusiast. Georgie is an independent specialist in the field of wound dressings and technologies with a specific interest in the transition of products from human to animal healthcare.
Associate publisher at Mark Allen Healthcare, Georgie works full time developing materials and content for the Veterinary Wound Library, researching and educating others about new concepts in wound care and supporting members of the Veterinary Wound Library community.
Professor Patrick Pollock
Professor of Veterinary Surgery and Resource Limited Medicine
Patrick is Director of the Equine Hospital and Practice at the Royal(Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh where he has a special interest in wound management, standing surgery, working equids and resource limited medicine.