Managing Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome 2 CPD Points


Brachycephalic breeds are becoming increasingly popular and many need veterinary help. With appropriate management and intervention we can frequently resolve or markedly improve their airway conformation related issues. In contrast if managed poorly the consequences can be life threatening.

Who should attend

Veterinarians and veterinary students.

Learning outcome

  • Understand the variance between individual presentations and what this influences for case selection
  • Recognise the management options available
  • Improve outcomes with patient case management


Dr Arthur House
Arthur is a recognised specialist small animal surgeon in both Australia and Europe. He has pursued his passion in small animal surgery since graduation, working in both private practice and large academic hospital settings. Arthur has an extensive range of specialist surgical experience & skills and strives to maximise patient outcomes through application of best practice.

Further details

Dr Arthur House BSc BVMS PhD Cert SAS DECVS (sm anim surg) is a recognised small animal surgical specialist in Australia and Europe. Arthur will present an overview of the anatomy involved and discuss options regarding anaesthesia and traditional approaches to case management. He will also review modifications for staphylectomy.


  • AVA members / student members - $27.50
  • Non-Members - $88.00


Managing Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome

The National Golf Club
165/235 Frankston-Dandenong Road
Frankston 3199 VIC
Start: 17 July 2019, 6:30PM
End: 17 July 2019, 9:30PM
Registration closes on 17 July 2019
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