How to make an Aberdeen Knot with Dr. Chris Ralphs, DACVS | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Videos

In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education video, Dr. Chris Ralphs, DACVS at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists reviews how to tie an Aberdeen knot in veterinary medicine. The Aberdeen knot can be used for ending a continuous suture line – for example, when you’re closing the subcutaneous and intradermal space. The Aberdeen knot allows you to continue directly to an intradermal closure without having to cut the SQ continuous suture line.

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