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abs: Factors Predicting the Incidence of Dehiscence Following Gastrointestinal Surgery in Dogs and Cats
Seminar: Gastrointestinal Surgery

Saturday, October 14
11:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Location: White River Ballroom A–D

Factors Predicting the Incidence of Dehiscence Following Gastrointestinal Surgery in Dogs and Cats: 243 Cases (2010-2016). Sukhjit Singh Gill, Nicole Buote, Nathan Peterson. VCA West Los Angeles Animal Specialty Center, Los Angeles, CA

Sukhjit S. Gill, DVM, MS

Surgery Resident
VCA West Los Angeles Animal Specialty Center

My name is Sukhjit Singh Gill. I am a 3rd year surgery resident at VCA West LA Animal Specialty Center. I did my BVSC & AH from Punjab Agricultural University, India. I did masters in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences from Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. I spent 5 years in general practice in Vancouver, Canada. I did my first surgical internship at Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center from July 2013-July 2014. I did my second surgical internship at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center from July 2014 to July 2015. I started my surgery residency at VCA West LA Animal Specialty Center in July 2015.

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