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Ventana Grill

An update on biologics for joint disease; Interpretation of equine lameness with use of sedation

Laurie Goodrich, DVM, DACVS

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An update on biologics for joint disease; Interpretation of equine lameness with use of sedation
An update on biologics for joint disease; Interpretation of equine lameness with use of sedation

Time & Location

May 21, 2024, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Ventana Grill, 2575 Price St, Pismo Beach, CA 93449, USA

About the Event

Dr. Laurie Goodrich is the Director of the Orthopaedic Research Center at Colorado State University’s C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute and an equine surgeon specializing in orthopedic surgery and lameness with a focus on musculoskeletal injuries and trauma.  She holds the Barbara Cox Anthony University Chair in Orthopaedics and is an American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Founding Fellow in Minimally Invasive Surgery, Large Animal Orthopedics.  She received her DVM from the University of Illinois, completed an internship at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and an equine surgical residency at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Northern Virginia.  During that time, she also completed a Master of Science in Pharmacology.  She became faculty at Cornell University as an Equine Surgeon in 1996 and also completed a PhD in cartilage repair in 2005 while at Cornell.  She then began at CSU in 2005 as an Assistant Professor of Equine Surgery and is currently a Professor of Surgery and a principal investigator in the Orthopaedic Research Center.  She is a translational clinician scientist whose research focuses on regenerative

medicine, gene therapies and biologics to improve joint and bone repair in both animals and people. She is an active faculty member for AOVET, on the Board of Directors for North American Veterinary Regenerative Medicine Association, a past Chair and Cofounder of the Preclinical Models Section of the Orthopedic Research Society and a past Chair of the Board of Regents for the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. In her spare time she rides horses and is an avid backcountry skier, mountain biker and whitewater kayaker.

Check In:  6:30pm

Dinner:  7:00pm

Presentation:  7:15pm

CE:  1.5 hours

An update on biologics for joint disease: where do we currently stand?

This field is changing and developing rapidly.  It is incumbent on the practitioner to keep up with the latest evidence based medicine.  We will review and talk about biologics for joint therapies, options, new data, shortcomings and will follow with spirited discussion.

Interpretation of lameness with use of sedation: does it really change things?

For decades equine clinicians have been hesitant to sedate horses prior to performing local anesthesia however in fractious horses this can put staff, and clinicians at risk.  We will review the latest evidence that sedation and blocking is possible without great risk of inaccurate information in assessing lameness.  We’ll discuss sedation; when, how much, and what information is out there to help inform the pharmaceutical assisted-lameness examination.

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