Murray Cox is originally from Taranaki. He gained the FRACS (General Surgery) in 2002 and the FRACS (Vascular) in 2008.
He also did a year as a General Surgery fellow in the UK (2003) and a Trauma Fellowship at Westmead Hospital in Sydney (2004).
From 2009 to 2017 he was a consultant Vascular Surgeon at Middlemore Hospital and Director of Trauma.
He now works at Taranaki Base Hospital as a Vascular Surgeon.
Major Lower Limb Amputations
In this presentation all aspects of major lower limb amputations will be discussed.
Particular emphasis will be placed on pre-amputation status and rehabilitation potential with a view to identifying which procedure option is the most appropriate for each patient.
Operative tips and tricks will also be discussed with particular emphasis on Below Knee Amputation surgery.
Setting Up A Rural Vascular Service
Since 2017 Murray Cox has worked as the sole Vascular at Taranaki Base Hospital.
In this presentation he will discuss re establishing the service after it had been dormant for several years following the untimely death of his predecessor Damien Mosquera.