Saturday, June 22, 2013

1470. Email from Iran - Shortest incision in veterinary surgery.


EMAIL TO DR SING DATED JUN 23, 2013



Dear Dr Sing Kong Yuen,

I am a veterinary surgery resident from Iran. I always try to shorten the incisions in my surgeries and seeking for new tips to do this. Recently I found a website and saw the photos of your surgeries. It was interesting for me to see an OHE with that short skin incision. So I found you the right guy to ask help. Hence, I am wondering if you could give me some advises and tips in this case.

Yours sincerely,
XXX 
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Resident of Surgery
Department of Clinical Sciences
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Shahid Chamran University, Ahvaz, Iran
Email:
Cell: 
 
 
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 EMAIL REPLY FROM DR SING DATED JUN 23, 2013

Kong Yuen Sing <99pups gmail.com="">
6:32 AM (0 minutes ago)

to Siyavash, bcc: me, bcc: daniel
On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 6:30 AM, Kong Yuen Sing <99pups@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your email.
> For the shortest incisions in surgeries,
> 1.  you need to visualise the location of the internal organs being
> operated upon. E.g. palpation of the bladder with stone and incise
> over that area instead of making a much longer incision. See my recent
> case at:
>http://www.sinpets.com/F5/20130615stones_urinary_poodle.htm


2.  to know veterinary anatomy well.
3.  research many veterinary surgical articles in international vet
journals to learn about shortcuts and skills. Subscription to various
vet data sites.
4.  be humble and ask/view your experienced surgeons on how he does his surgery
5. Do more surgeries with retrospective reviews on what can be done
better and faster in your next case. E.g. doing subsidized free spays
for welfare cases or Caesarean sections will hone your skills.

Advices and tips are scattered in my websites at www.toapayohvets.com,
goto http://www.bekindtopets.com/animals/20081201Dog_Surgery_Anaesthesia_ToaPayohVets.htm,
goto:

http://www.bekindtopets.com/animals/20081201PG4_Dog_Surgery_Anaesthesia_Female_Dog_Problems_ToaPayohVets.htm

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