- Webinar recorded on Thu 8th October, 2015
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Prue Neath will discuss Surgical Oncology. Surgery continues to be the primary method of treating solitary tumours in many canine and feline patients. But before we jump into a challenging surgical procedure, we need to pause and consider all aspects of the patient and it’s tumour. Use this webinar to review how you approach your surgical oncology patients to maximise the effectiveness of tumour excision, and avoid some of the common pitfalls of reconstructive surgery that predispose patients to wound breakdown and prolonged post-op care. Prue graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1993, and completed a surgery residency at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Hospital. She became a Diplomate of the American and European Surgical Collegesin 2000. Prue has worked in private Referral practice in the UK since 1999, and has greatly enjoyed providing post-graduate continuing education forvets and veterinary nurses throughout this time. She continues to be an active member of post-graduate examination boards and specialist committees.