TTA Bioabsorbable WetLab CPD

TTA Bioabsorbable WetLab

Are you ready to move to the next level in cranial cruciate ligament repair or are you hoping to refine your TTA technique?

The TTA involves an osteotome in the non-weight bearing portion of the tibia, just behind the tibial tuberosity. The tibial tuberosity is advanced to achieve a perpendicular relationship between the tibial plateau slope and patellar tendon. This relationship results in a stable joint. The advanced tibial tuberosity is secured using titanium screws and forkless plates and the latest in bioabsorbable implants. Average healing takes around 8 weeks.

SpeakerMark Bush MA VetMB CertSAS DSAS(O) MRCVSA RCVS Diplomate and Recognised Specialist in small animal orthopaedics. He has undertaken may hundreds of surgeries for the management of canine cruicate ligament disease, including TPLO, TTA, closing wedge, TTO, lateral suture and even a few ‘Over-the-top’ surgeries from the olden days. CPD Speaker Mark Bush

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