The company says more and more CT scanners are being used in general practice, but many teams have been telling them they're not sure if they're using their scanner optimally, or that only some of the team are confident in using it.
The online training aims help teams get the best diagnostic use of CT
The first of the sessions, on 15th June, will cover the indications and benefits of CT in small animal practice.
The second on 22nd June will look at how and when to perform CT reconstructions.
Manuel Pinilla, VetCT Supporting Radiologist and Director of Quality Assurance (pictured right), will be delivering the talks.
Manuel said: “We are seeing a rapid increase in the use of CT in first opinion practice.
"We know CT can provide vital diagnostic information in addition to the more traditional modalities of x-ray and ultrasound.
"However, it can be challenging to optimise the diagnostic capability.
"We’re keen to support veterinary teams to help them get the most out of their machine and do the best for their patients and the owners.”
To register for the training, visit: https://welcome.vet-ct.com/ctcpdwebinars
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