Results indicate that the use of CO2 laser in surgery surpasses the conventional scalpel, by lowering the nociceptive system stimulation, decreasing the autonomic nervous system activity and stabilizing the hemodynamic clinical signs, which in turn promote reduced anesthetic consumption and thus offer greater safety to the patient.
Christopher Winkler, DVM, will be presenting “Veterinary CO2 Laser Surgery: Case Studies and New Developments”, at the New York Vet, November 9, 2017, from 10:00 am to 10:45 am.
Join presenters John C. Godbold, Jr., DVM and Peter Vitruk, PhD, MInstP, CPhys, DABLS, at the evening speaker session on Saturday, February 4, 2017 from 5:30-6:45pm prior to the 2017 NAVC in Orlando, FL.
See photos for this event held on December 3rd and 4th at The Turtle Hospital in Marathon, FL. This was a great opportunity for veterinarians to learn more about sea turtles and CO2 laser surgery.
Join Aesculight December 3rd and 4th, 2016 at The Turtle Hospital in Marathon, FL for a hands on lab and lecture about sea turtle laser surgery.