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Fracture of he Middle Phalanx Stable versus Unstable
WV16.101 | Alan J. Ruggles / Jeffrey P. Wattkins | en
Alan J. Ruggles and Jeffrey P. Wattkins are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Fracture of he Middle Phalanx Stable versus UnstableLearning Outcomes: Upon the completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe the surgical approach and technique for reduction and plate fixation of middle phalanx fractures.
- Identiffy the indications for use of the axial plate/transarticular screw method of management of stable middle phalanx fractures.
- Explain the advantages of double plate fixation in contrast to other methods of managing unstable middle phalanx fractures.
- Describe the expected results of plate fixation for stable and unstable fracture of the middle phalanx.
Expert presentations/Webinars
The treatment of comminuted fractures: pearls and pitfalls
WV15.003 | Antonio Pozzi / Rico Vannini | en
Antonio Pozzi is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: The treatment of comminuted fractures: pearls and pitfallsLearning Outcomes: Upon completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Discuss: the advantages of biological vs anatomical repair of comminuted fractures; selection of length, size and type of appropriate plate; most common complications and how to prevent them
- Describe: principles of bridging plating, fixation techniques recommended for comminuted fractures; pitfalls and technical errors
Expert presentations/Webinars
Management of Fractures of the Middle Phalanx in the Equine Patient
WV15.002 | Jeffrey Watkins / Jörg Auer | en
Jeffrey Watkins is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Management of Fractures of the Middle Phalanx in the Equine Patient Learning Outcomes:
- Know the different techniques for the fixation of fractures of the middle phalanx
- Describe how to use the locking compression plate for the fixation of complicated middle phalanx fractures
Expert presentations/Webinars
Paw injuries in Sporting Dogs
WV15.001 | Alessandro Piras / Rico Vannini | en
Alessandro Piras is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Paw injuries in Sporting DogsLearnings Outcomes:
- Assess the injury mechanism, diagnosis and prognosis of the most common injuries affecting meta-bones and digits
- Describe the different treatment options and the most common challenges and complications
Expert presentations/Webinars
Fracture Management of the Head Region Part II
WV14.003 | Jörg Auer / Anton Fürst | en
Learning outcomes:
- Know the techniques applied for the fixation of different head fractures
- Know how to use different implants for the fixation of complicated head fractures
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Fracture Management of the Head Region—Part I
WV14.002 | Anton Fürst, Jörg Auer | en
Anton Fürst is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Fracture Management of the Head Region—Part ILearning outcomes:
- Know the different techniques for the fixation of mandible fractures
- Know how to use the locking compression plate for the fixation of complicate mandible fractures
Expert presentations/Webinars
Minimally Invasive Fracture Repair—the Pros and Cons
WV14.001 | Brian Beale, Rico Vannini | en
Brian Beale and Rico Vannini are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Minimally Invasive Fracture Repair—the Pros and Cons.Learning outcomes:
- Discuss the indications and benefits of minimally invasive repair of long bone fractures
- Describe the surgical approach and application of minimally invasive technique for repair of long bone fractures
- Describe the aftercare and the expected outcome following fracture repair
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Fracture treatment with absolute and relative stability
WV13.001 | Michael P Kowaleski, Rico Vannini | en
Michael P Kowaleski and Rico Vannini are presenting a live interactive Webinar about fracture treatment with absolute and relative stability.Learning outcomes:
- Describe absolute and relative stability and how stability influences fracture healing
- Identify the stability achieved by various fixation types
- Target the appropriate stability based on the biology and mechanics of a fracture
- Recognize the pitfalls of inadequate or excessive stability
Expert presentations/Lectures
Cerclage wiring for reduction, is it forbidden?
WT16.102 | Theerachai Apivatthakakul, Chang-Wug Oh | en
This Webinar will focus on the use of cerclages which was condemned during decades based on the erroneous assumption that the cerclage would strangulate bone circulation. With current scientific basis of biology and mechanic, cerclage has improved the surgical techniques and clinical outcomes. Cerclage is now an elegance reduction tools for some type of fracture, especially periprosthetic fracture.
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Common Complications and Salvage Techniques Involving Femoral Fractures
WT16.101 | Michael Baumgartner / Hans J. Kreder | en
Michael Baumgartner and Hans J. Kreder are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Common Complications and Salvage Techniques Involving Femoral FracturesLearning Objectives:
- Plan and execute a successful surgical tactic for fixation of osteoporotic proximal femoral fractures.
- Plan and execute a successful surgical tactic for fixation of periprosthetic proximal femoral fractures.
- Prevent and manage early fixation failure by optimizing the strain environment at the fracture site.
- Prevent and manage malunions and nonunions of femoral fractures, including considering the role of replacement arthroplasty versus fixation.
Expert presentations/Webinars
Nailing in Atypical Fractures or Abnormal Anatomy
WT16.007 | Martin Hessmann / Michael Blauth | en
Martin Hessmann is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Nailing in Atypical Fractures or Abnormal AnatomyLearning Objectives:
- Identify the specific characteristics of bisphosphonate-induced fractures
- Describe the surgical treatment options in atypical fractures with a special focus on nailing
- Adapt the treatment plan for special and complex situations
- Describe the possibilities and limitations of intramedullary fracture fixation in abnormal anatomy
- Assess techniques to avoid surgery
- and fracture-related complications
Expert presentations/Webinars
Problems Involving the Distal Radioulnar Joint
WT16.006 | Douglas Campbell / Daniel Herren | en
Douglas Campbell is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Problems Involving the Distal Radioulnar JointLearning Objectives
- Relate the structure of the joint and its stabilizers to function
- Categorize the spectrum of conditions that affect the joint
- Determine the functional implications of each category of pathology
- Formulate a rationale for selecting appropriate imaging techniques
- Discriminate between management options
- Establish options for salvage
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Osteotomies around the kneeLearning Objectives:
WT16.005 | Steffen Schroeter / Philipp Lobenhoffer | en
Steffen Schroeter is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Osteotomies around the kneeLearning Objectives:
- Perform standardized deformity analysis in the frontal plane
- Summarize the location of the deformity in the frontal plane
- Develop a plan for the possible osteotomy
- Explain how to perform osteotomies around the knee
- Determine a possible treatment of an hinge fracture which is a complication of distal femoral osteotomy and high tibial osteotomy
Expert presentations/Webinars
Lisfranc Injuries
WT16.003 | Thomas Mittlmeier / Paulo Felicissimo | en
Thomas Mittlmeier is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Lisfranc InjuriesLearning Objectives:
- Describe the wide spectrum of Lisfranc injuries
- Recognize that up to 20% of Lisfranc injuries are missed the first time
- Interpret the clinical and radiographic signs that are characteristic for Lisfranc injuries
- Classify the specific Lisfranc injury
- Apply current techniques to manage Lisfranc injuries
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Indications and Limitations of ESIN in Pediatric Femoral FracturesLearning Outcomes:
WT16.002 | Theddy Slongo, Jonathan Dwyer | en
Theddy Slongo is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Indications and Limitations of ESIN in Pediatric Femoral FracturesLearning Outcomes:
- Provide tips and tricks
- Dispel confusion between ESIN and other intramedullary fixation methods
- Fine tune your surgical technique
- How to extend surgical indications
- Avoid pitfalls and prevent mistakes
- Achieve excellent results associated with ESIN
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AOTrauma Webinar—Proximal Ulna—Classification of Injury and Fixation Options
WT16.001 | Stefaan Nijs / Martin Jaeger | en
Stefaan Nijs is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Proximal Ulna—Classification of Injury and Fixation OptionsLearning Outcomes:
- Analyze the biomechanical patterns of instability in proximal ulnar fractures
- Identify the key principles in the reconstruction of stability
- Develop a plan for operative treatment
- Develop a postoperative rehabilitation program
- Identify the most common complications of fixation and plan their treatment
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Organizational and Surgical Challenges in Fragility Fracture Management Learning Outcomes:
WT15.106 | Wilson Li / Tak Wing Lau | en
Wilson Li, Tak Wing Lau are presenting an interactive live webinar about: Organizational and Surgical Challenges in Fragility Fracture Management Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize the concept and principles of the MIO reduction technique
- Recognize advantages & disadvantages
- Describe the implants, instruments for reduction
- Use the minimally invasive reduction technique in the safe and reproducible way
Expert presentations/Webinars
Reduction technique for MIO
WT15.105 | Theerachai Apivatthakakul / Chang-Wug Oh | en
Theerachai Apivatthakaku is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Reduction technique for MIOLearning outcomes
- Recognize the concept and principles of the MIO reduction technique
- Recognize advantages & disadvantages
- Describe the implants, instruments for reduction
- Use the minimally invasive reduction technique in the safe and reproducible way.
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Fracturas Periprotésicas del Fémur: Directrices para el Tratamiento
WT15.104 | Maurício Kfuri / John Byron Alzate | es
Maurício Kfuri presentar un Webinar interactivo en vivo sobre:Fracturas Periprotésicas del Fémur: Directrices para el Tratamiento Learning Outcomes:
- Reconocer los retos asociados a las fracturas periprotésicas del fémur
- Identificar los factores de riesgo para estas fracturas
- Clasificar las fracturas periprotésicas del fémur
- Orientar la toma de decisiones en casos seleccionados
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Fracturas Metafisiarias Proximales de la Tibia: Toma de Decisiones
WT15.103 | Juan Manuel Concha, Carlos Mario Olarte | es
Juan Manuel Concha presenta un Webinar interactivo en vivo sobre: Fracturas Metafisiarias Proximales de la Tibia: Toma de DecisionesLearning Outcomes:
- Resaltar las dificultades en el tratamiento de las fracturas extrarticulares de la tibia
- Mostrar las posibilidades de manejo haciendo énfasis en el uso de placas y el enclavijamiento, ventajas y desventajas
- Enfatizar en los “Tips and Tricks”
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Fracturas de la Diáfisis del Húmero
WT15.102 | William Belangero, Rodrigo Pesantez , Paulo Barbosa | es
Alejandro Sandoval Dazaes presentar un Webinar interactivo en vivo sobre:Fracturas de la Diáfisis del HúmeroLearning Outcomes:
- Discutir a indicação nos dias atuais do tratamento incruento, suas vantagens e desvantagens
- Discutir as indicações e as diferentes opções do tratamento cirúrgico, vantagens e desvantagens de cada método
- Opções de tratamento nas falhas do tratamento incruento e cruento
- Mensagem final
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Avances en las Fracturas del Radio Distal
WT15.101 | Alejandro Sandoval Daza, Luis Felipe Náquira | es
Alejandro Sandoval Dazaes presentar un Webinar interactivo en vivo sobre:Avances en las Fracturas del Radio DistalLearning outcomes: •Saber que exámenes radiológicos son necesarios. •Identificar el abordaje más adecuado según el tipo de fractura. •Discutir cuáles son las complicaciones que se presentan en las fijaciones. •Revisar cómo se evitan estas complicaciones.
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Injuries to the Chopart Joint—Navicular and Cuboid Fractures
WT15.017 | Stefan Rammelt / Patrick Cronier | en
Stefan Rammelt is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Injuries to the Chopart Joint—Navicular and Cuboid FracturesLearning Outcomes:
- Review the anatomy, biomechanics and pathomechanics of the mid-tarsal (Chopart) joint
- Identify fractures, fracture-dislocations and avulsions around the Chopart joint
- Make a treatment plan for injuries to the Chopart joint
- Recall the surgical approaches and operative strategies for open reduction and internal fixation of navicular and cuboid fractures
- Make a plan for postoperative rehabilitation
Expert presentations/Webinars
Innovations in Shoulder Reconstruction in the Aging Patient
WT15.016 | Martin Jaeger / Franz Kralinger | en
Martin Jaeger is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Innovations in Shoulder Reconstruction in the Aging PatientLearning Outcomes:
- Identify and analyze the clinical problems in older adults that can be treated with shoulder reconstruction
- Describe the indications for PHILOS augmentation
- Describe the technique of PHILOS augmentation
- Recognize and address potential pitfalls of PHILOS augmentation
- Apply the current standard of care for shoulder reconstruction
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Preventing and Treating Perioperative Complications in Older Adults
WT15.015 | Katrin Singler / Christian Kammerlander / Markus Gosch | en
Katrin Singler is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Preventing and Treating Perioperative Complications in Older AdultsLearning Outcomes:
- Identify and manage comborbidities in older adults
- Recognize contraindications for an operation
- Manage perioperative pain
- Prevent, diagnose, and manage delirium
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Early Infection
WT15.014 | Olivier Borens / Andrej Trampuz | en
Olivier Borens is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Diagnosis and Treatment of Early InfectionLearning Outcomes:
- Recognize the possibility and subtle signs of early infection after osteosynthesis
- Explain the etiology and prevention of infection after a fracture
- Diagnose infection using commonly available and new methods and tools
- Apply appropriate treatment options combining surgery and systemic and local antibiotics
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Management of Pediatric Proximal Femoral Fractures
WT15.012 | Theddy Slongo / Jonathan Dwyer | en
Theddy Slongo is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Management of Pediatric Proximal Femoral FracturesLearning Outcomes:
- Describe different types of proximal femoral fractures according to the AO Pediatric Classification
- Explain the challenges presented by these fractures (anatomy / blood supply /complications)
- Apply appropriate methods to perform anatomical reduction and stable fixation
- Recognize the importance of early expert treatment
- Recognize the importance of long-term follow-up
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Perilunate Fracture Dislocations
WT15.011 | Fiesky Nuñez Vazquez / Ladislav Nagy | en
Fiesky Nuñez Vazquez is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Perilunate Fracture Dislocations Learning Outcomes:
- Describe the requirements to diagnose perilunate fracture dislocations
- Recognize the mechanism of injury
- Classify the injuries
- Outline the principles of treatment
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MIPO Techniques for Calcaneal Trauma
WT15.010 | Norman Espinosa / Martin Poeze | en
Norman Espinosa is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:MIPO Techniques for Calcaneal TraumaLearning Outcomes:
- Identify and analyze the clinical problem
- Describe the appropriate indications to achieve optimal patient outcomes using MIPO techniques
- Describe and apply MIPO surgical techniques
- Recognize and address potential pitfalls
- Apply the current standard of care
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Implant Removal after Fracture Healing—Mastering Increased Challenges
WT15.009 | Michael Verhofstad / Dagmar Vos | en
Michael Verhofstad is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Implant Removal after Fracture Healing—Mastering Increased ChallengesLearning Outcomes:
- Describe the current indications for removal of plates and nails after fracture healing
- Discuss the outcome of implant removal in these cases
- Recognize the main pitfalls and most relevant risks for surgery-related complications
- Apply techniques for implant removal
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Geriatric Acetabular Fractures—Leave it, Fix it or Replace it?
WT15.008 | Tania Ferguson, Jasvinder Daurka | en
Tania Ferguson is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Geriatric Acetabular Fractures—Leave it, Fix it or Replace it?Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize the complexities of decision making in geriatric acetabular fractures.
- Explain the challenges associated with osteosynthesis and acute arthroplasty in these difficult fractures
- Identify the goals and fracture-specific techniques of acute arthoplasty for osteoporotic acetabular fractures
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Distal Radius Fracture Treatment—Does Patient Age Matter?
WT15.006 | Rohit Arora / Matej Kastelec | en
Rohit Arora is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Distal Radius Fracture Treatment—Does Patient Age Matter?Learning Outcomes:
- Differentiate between the distal radial and distal forearm fractures
- Identify those distal radial fractures in the elderly that might be better treated surgically
- Consider that the radiological outcome in elderly mostly does not correlate with the function
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Infection after Nailing
WT15.005 | Jorge Barla / Pol Rommens | en
Jorge Barla is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Infection after NailingLearning Outcomes:
- Identify the risk factors for infection after intramedullary (IM) nailing
- Define steps to diagnose IM infection and apply a classification
- Describe the options for the management of IM infection, including renailing
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The Posterior Wall Family
WT15.004 | Chris Morrey, Anthony Ward | en
Chris Morrey is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:The Posterior Wall FamilyLearning Outcomes:
- Apply the classification system to arrive at the appropriate surgical plan for the specific fracture type
- Decide the appropriate surgical approach for each type of fracture, with particular focus on the Kocher
- Langenbeck and trochanteric flip approaches
- Review surgical techniques to deal with reduction and fixation of the marginal impaction fragments
- Deal with the late presentation fracture
- Discuss the results and outcomes of the family of posterior wall fractures
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Different K-wire Fixation for Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures of the Humerus
WT15.003 | Theddy Slongo, Jonathan Dwyer | en
Theddy Slongo is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Different K-wire Fixation for Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures of the HumerusLearning Outcomes:
- Explain the indication for K-wire fixation of pediatric supracondylar fractures of the distal humerus
- Recognize the importance of anatomical fracture reduction in achieving stable fixation
- Explain the three different K-wires fixation techniques
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the three different fixation techniques
- Recognize potential limitations in relation to fracture pattern for each of these techniques
- Anticipate, prevent and address complications of each of these techniques
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Distal Humeral Fractures—How to Succeed with an Internal Fixation
WT15.002 | Lars Adolfsson, Daniel Rikli | en
Lars Adolfsson is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Distal Humeral Fractures—How to Succeed with an Internal FixationLearning Outcomes:
- Apply the AO/OTA classification system to understand the pathomechanics and provide guidance on the operative treatment of distal humeral fractures
- Describe the treatment of these fractures with internal fixation
- Recognize the indications for considering primary arthroplasty in elderly patients with osteopenia and severe comminution
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AOTrauma Webinar—Secondary Fracture Prevention
WT15.001 | Markus Gosch, Christian Kammerlander | en
Markus Gosch is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Secondary Fracture PreventionLearning Outcomes:
- Describe the relevance of secondary fracture prevention and the special needs of older adults
- Assess and reduce the risk of falls
- Diagnose and treat osteoporosis in older adults
- Adapt the hospital environment to reduce the risk of fractures
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Treatment of Calcaneus Fracture, Treatment of Lisfranc Trauma
WT14.102 | Wu Yong / Shi Zhongmin | zh
Learning Outcomes
- Recognize the concept and principles of the MIO reduction technique
- Recognize advantages & disadvantages
- Describe the implants, instruments for reduction
- Use the minimally invasive reduction technique in the safe and reproducible way
Expert presentations/Webinars
Skills of Reduction and Fixation of Acetabular Fractures, Analysis of Failed Acetabular Fracture Treatment
WT14.101 | Wu Xinbao / Wang Gang | zh
Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize the concept and principles of the MIO reduction technique
- Recognize advantages & disadvantages
- Describe the implants, instruments for reduction
- Use the minimally invasive reduction technique in the safe and reproducible way
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Tibial Plateau Fractures—Assessment and Treatment Principles
WT14.019 | Muhammad Wajid / Farivar A. Lahiji | en
Learning outcomes:
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Intramedullary Nailing of Metaphyseal Fractures of the Tibia
WT14.018 | Pol M Rommens / René El Attal | en
Learning outcomes:
- Recognize the importance of reducing metaphyseal tibial fractures before nail insertion
- Use appropriate aids and tools to obtain and secure fracture reduction before and during nailing
- Identify the correct entry point and recognize its importance for nail positioning and fracture alignment
- Apply specific techniques to facilitate correct nail placement and correct final positioning
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Fixation of Subtrochanteric Fractures
WT14.017 | Jong-Keon Oh / Mark Lee | en
Learning outcomes:
- Describe the deforming forces and anatomy related to subtrochanteric fractures
- Recognize the common modes and reasons for failure after fixation with plating and nailing
- Perform the basic surgical techniques to avoid failures
- Outline the appropriate salvage procedures after failure with nailing and plating
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Biomaterials in Infected Nonunion
WT14.016 | Michael Raschke / Stephen Kates | en
Michael Raschke is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Biomaterials in Infected NonunionLearning outcomes:
- Explain the properties of biomaterials and their use for preventing implant-related infections
- Describe the use of biomaterials in the treatment of infected nonunion
- Describe the use of biomaterials in the treatment of bone defects
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Infected Nonunion The Elephant in the Room
WT14.015 | Brian Bernstein / Iain McFadyen | en
Brian Bernstein is presenting a live interactive Webinar about:Infected NonunionLearning outcomes:
- Recognize and diagnose infected nonunion based on an appropriate index of suspicion
- Apply current definitions and classification systems
- Apply appropriate management protocols
- Review new adjuncts and future prospects for treatment
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Nailing of Proximal Femoral Fractures—Past, Present, and Future
WT14.014 | Edgar Mayr, Bernd Füchtmeier | en
Edgar Mayr is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Nailing of Proximal Femoral Fractures—Past, Present, and FutureLearning outcomes:
- Describe the development of nailing for proximal femoral fractures
- Review the evidence for this accepted standard and identify potential pitfalls in nailing
- Recognize why nailing of femoral fractures is important for older adult patients
- Outline future developments in nailing
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Hindfoot Nailing—Indications and Limitations
WT14.011 | Jan von Recum, Michael Castro | en
Jan von Recum is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Hindfoot Nailing—Indications and Limitations Learning outcomes:
- Address the specific characteristics and problems related to the surgical management of combined arthritis of the ankle and subtalar joint
- Recognize the importance of hindfoot alignment
- Explain the advantages of IM nailing of hindfoot injuries
- Describe the special design of the Expert Hindfoot Arthrodesis Nail
- Recognize the crucial role of the insertion point
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Distal Femur Fracture Plate and Intermedullary Nail Selection, Surgical Treatment of Tibial plate Fracture and Posterior Column Fracture
WT14.010 | Prof Liu Fan, Congfeng Luo | zh
Prof Liu Fan and Congfeng Luo are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Distal Femur Fracture Plate and Intermedullary Nail Selection, Surgical Treatment of Tibial plate Fracture and Posterior Column FractureLearning outcomes are :
- Understand the anatomy of distal femur
- Outline the surgical indications
- Discuss the pros and cons of plating and nailing
- Introduce the tips and tricks
- Describe the complications
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The Intramedullary Fixator—Innovation in Nailing
WT14.009 | Stefaan Nijs, Willem-Jan Metsemakers | en
Stefaan Nijs is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: The Intramedullary Fixator—Innovation in Nailing.Learning outcomes:
- Review the limitations of conventional nailing and angular stable plating in metaphyseal fractures
- Recognize the biomechanical advantages of the intramedullary fixator
- Describe the surgical technique for the angular stable locking system (ASLS) in metaphyseal nailing
- Describe the clinical advantages of the intramedullary fixator versus conventional fixation
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IM Nailing of Proximal Femoral Fractures
WT14.008 | Michael Blauth, Daniel Rikli | en
Michael Blauth is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: IM Nailing of Proximal Femoral FracturesLearning outcomes:
- Describe the overall treatment goals and options for per/intertrochanteric femoral fractures
- Appreciate the importance, targets, and criteria for intraoperative imaging, reduction, and implant placement
- Outline how surgical results can be improved systematically and discuss typical failure mechanisms
- Review the most up-to-date recommendations for postoperative care
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Augmentation in Osteoporotic Proximal Humeral Fractures
WT14.007 | Franz Kralinger, Michael Blauth | en
Franz Kralinger is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Augmentation in Osteoporotic Proximal Humeral Fractures.Learning outcomes:
- Describe the complications associated with angular stable plating of proximal humeral fractures
- Recognize and describe the biomechanical advantages of augmentation
- Review the data on safety aspects of augmentation (eg, heat necrosis, cartilage damage)
- Describe the correct technique for augmentation of PHILOS plate fixation
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Talus Neck Fractures
WT14.005 | Mandeep Dhillon, Ewe-Juan Yeap | en
Mandeep Dhillon and Ewe-Juan Yeap are presenting a live interactive Webinar about talus fractures.Learning outcomes:
- Recognise talar neck fractures and identify associated injuries
- Select a surgical approach appropriate to the fracture pattern
- Evaluate fixation options
- Identify complications
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Acute Management and Reconstruction of Pelvic Ring Injuries
WT14.004 | Takeshi Sawaguchi, Zsolt Balogh | en
Takeshi Sawaguchi and Zsolt Balogh are presenting a live interactive Webinar about the acute management and reconstruction of pelvic ring injuries.Learning outcomes:
- Understand the stability of the pelvic ring.
- Understand the different method of fixation at different locations.
- Understand the tips and tricks of several procedures.
- To understand the pros and cons of acute definitive internal fixation
- To be able to select pelvic ring injured patients suitable for acute definitive internal fixation
- To understand the methods can be possibly utilised for acute definitive internal fixation
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Intertrochanteric Fracture of Femur: ORIF vs. THR
WT14.003 | Tang Xin, Pan Zhijun | zh
Tang Xin and Pan Zhijun are presenting a live interactive Webinar about intertrochanteric fractures of the femur.
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Management and Fixation of Osteoporotic Fractures
WT14.002 | Stephen Kates, Clifford Jones | en
Stephen Kates and Clifford Jones are presenting a live interactive Webinar about management and fixation of osteoporotic fractures.Learning outcomes:
- Differentiate the structure of osteoporotic bone compared to normal bone architecture
- Describe the interactions between osteoporotic bone and implants
- Explain why “single shot surgery” is essential in the treatment of patients with fragility fractures
- Identify the types of fixation failure
- Review tips to avoid failed fixation
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High Energy Distal Femur Fractures
WT14.001 | Mark Reilly, Stephen H Sims, Michael Sirkin, Hobie D Summers | en
Mark Reilly, Stephen H Sims, Michael Sirkin and Hobie D Summers are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: High Energy Distal Femur Fractures.
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ARONJ ‘Anti-osteoclastic drugs and their impact on Maxillofacial and orthopedic bone biology, surgery, Disease, and treatment`
WC16.001 | Sven Otto, Stephan Zeiter, Martin Stoddart | en
Sven Otto and Stephan Zeiter are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: ARONJ ‘Anti-osteoclastic drugs and their impact on Maxillofacial and orthopedic bone biology, surgery, Disease, and treatment`Learning Outcomes:
- The underlying biology of BRONJ/ARONJ
- Proposed etiologies of BRONJ/ARONJ
- Clinical presentation and best treatment practice
- Pre-clinical models to evaluate prevention and treatment strategies
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Alternativas en Craneoplastía
WC15.003 | Riacardo Cienfuegos / Jorge Cantini / Rolando Prada | es
Riacardo Cienfuegos, Jorge Cantini and Rolando Prada are presenting an interactive live webinar about: Alternativas en Craneoplastía Learning Outcomes:
- Discuss the proper timing and the different options to perform cranioplasties
- Descirbe the various techniques for an adequate surgical approach in the initial treatment (craniotomy), taking proper care of the soft tissues in anticipation cranioplasty
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Microvascular Free Flaps for Soft Tissue Reconstruction
WC15.001 | Emeka Nkenke / Christos Perisanidis | en
Emeka Nkenke is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Microvascular Free Flaps for Soft Tissue ReconstructionLearning Outcomes: Upon completion of the webinar, participants will be able to: Discuss:
- Indications and selection criteria of different microvascular soft tissue free flaps based on the underlying defect
- Advantages and disadvantages of different flaps
- Challenges and pitfalls in flap raising
- Indications for prelamination and prefabrication of free flapsDescribe:
- The most important steps of raising of different flaps
- Complications and donor site morbidity with different flaps
- Advantages of prefabricated flaps
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ICP Monitoring–Standards, Controversies, and Trends
WC13.001 | Geoffrey T Manley, Randall Matthew Chesnut, Jamshid Ghjar, Claude Hemphill | en
A Webinar dealing with the current standards, controversies, and clinical implications for monitoring Intracranial Pressure (ICP) in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patients. Geoffrey T Manley moderated the expert group of faculty members including: Randall Matthew Chesnut, Jamshid Ghja and Claude Hemphill.
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Grant writing - Fatal Flaws
LT15.0001 | Edward Schwarz, Stephen Kates | en
Like surgery, grant writing is a set of distinct skills that can be learned; success comes with experience of writing and reviewing many grants. This webinar shares with you some of the common fundamental pitfalls and hazards impacting your grant proposal.Learning outcomes:
- Identify common grant writing errors that doom biomedical research applications for funding
- Describe issues that can negatively impact the evaluation of today’s grant applications
- Recognize and prevent inappropriate responses to grant reviewer critiques
Expert presentations/Lectures
Common myths of facial wound care
LC14.001 | Ron W Pelton | en
Ron W Peltons lecture from the University of Minnesota about the common myths of facial wound care.
Expert presentations/Webcasts
Safe Surgical Hip Dislocation for Treatment of Acetabular Fractures
41032 | Klaus-Arno Siebenrock, Moritz Tannast | en
Kalus-Arno Siebenrock performs a safe surgical hip dislocation for treatment of an acetabular fracture live from the AMTS in Basel, Switzerland moderated by Moritz TannastLearning Objectives:
- Explain anatomical key points and essential steps to correctly perform the technique for safe surgical hip dislocation and fracture treatment
- Describe indications for this approach and become familiar with different reduction maneuvers and surgical instruments
- Recognize advantages and limits of safe surgical hip dislocation for acetabular fracture treatment
Expert presentations/Webcasts
All Things Achilles—Surgical Management to Restore Function
41028 | Andrew Sands, Les Grujic | en
Andrew Sands performs the following procedures live from the AMTS, Basel SwitzerlandModerator Les Grujic
- Calf release
- Strayer
- Baumann
- Approach to acute Achilles ruptures
- Approach to Flexor Hallucis Longus (FHL) transfer
- Approach for distal Achilles degeneration/tear with bony deformity
- Achilles tendon (traditional) 3-step releaseLearning Outcomes
- Identify the variety of pathologies affecting the Achilles Tendon
- Formulate the principles for surgical management of pathology affecting the Achilles Tendon
- Apply the principles of foot and ankle reconstruction and explain the recommended techniques to achieve a functional foot and ankle
Expert presentations/Webcasts
Techniques in Pediatric distal femur correction Distal Femur Osteotomy with the Pediatric 90° Condylar Locking Compression Plate
41027 | Theddy Slongo, Jon Dwyer | en
Learning Outcomes
- Recognize the different etiologies of distal femoral deformity
- Describe the special condition in a CP patient with knee contracture
- Realize the functional impairment of distal femoral deformity
- Describe the indications for distal femoral correction in pediatric patients
- Formulate the different steps for a supracondylar femoral osteotomy
Expert presentations/Webcasts
Posttraumatic Cubitus Varus: Correction-Osteotomy with Radial External Fixator
41026 | Theddy Slongo, Peter P Schmittenbecher | en
Theddy Slongo performs a posttraumatic Cubitus Varus correction-osteotomy with a radial external fixator live from the AMTS in Lucerne.Moderator Peter P SchmittenbecherLearning Objectives
- Recognize the etiology of posttraumatic cubitus varus deformity
- Be aware of the functional and cosmetic consequences
- Realize that no real remodeling takes places in this segment
Expert presentations/Webcasts
Hallux Valgus: Overview and Surgical Considerations - Lapidus procedure and Scarf/Akin osteotomy
41025 | Andrew K Sands, Les Grujic | en
Andrew K Sands and Les Grujic perform a Lapidus procedure and a Scarf/Akin osteotomy live from the AMTS in Lucerne, SwitzerlandLearning Objectives
- Describe the anatomy of hallux valgus deformities including establishing the presence or absence of 1st ray hypermobility
- Explain two contemporary procedures available for correction of bunion deformities
- Recognize the indications, approaches, procedure detail, tips and tricks of a Lapidus and Scarf procedure to gain the best possible outcome with deformity correction
- Assess the available management options for both procedures
- Define the postoperative regimes for both procedures
Practical exercises
Feline tibia—Short oblique fracture Repaired with a 2.4 mm independent lag screw and a locking compression plate 2.4
30143 | Michael Kowaleski, Mary Sarah Bergh, Randy Boudrieau, Kenneth Johnson, Bruno Peirone | en
This teaching video provides a step-by-step guide of how to repair a feline tibia, short oblique fracture with a 2.4 mm independent lag screw and a locking compression plate 2.4.The objectives of this presentation are to show:Interfragmentary compression of a short oblique fracture with a 2.4 mm cortex screw placed in lag fashionAnd the locking compression plate in a neutralization function using cortex screws and locking screws, known as a hybrid fixation
Practical exercises
Feline femur—Femoral neck fracture and a proximal comminuted subtrochanteric fracture Repaired with a intramedullary pin, a K-wire and a 10-hole LCP 2.4
30142 | Michael Kowaleski, Bruno Peirone, Mary Bergh, Randy Boudrieau, Kenneth Johnson | en
This teaching video provides a step-by-step guide of how to repair a feline femoral neck fracture and a proximal comminuted subtrochanteric fracture with an intramedullary pin, a K-wire and a 10-hole LCP 2.4.The objectives of this exercise are to show: The techniques necessary to expose the femoral neck fracture and the comminuted subtrochanteric fracture. Bridging the comminuted subtrochanteric fracture with an intramedullary pin Anatomical reduction of the femoral neck fracture and initial fixation with a K-wireThe appropriate contouring of the bridging platePlate fixation to bridge the comminuted subtrochanteric fractureAnd lag screw fixation of the femoral neck fracture through the plate
Practical exercises
Feline sacroiliac joint—Luxation Repaired with a 2.4 mm lag screw and a 2.4 mm position screw
30141 | Michael Kowaleski, Kenneth Johnson, Mary Sarah Bergh, Randy Boudrieau, Bruno Peirone | en
This teaching video provides a step-by-step guide of how to repair a feline sacroiliac luxation with a 2.4 mm lag screw and a 2.4 mm position screw.The objectives of this presentation are to show:The exposure of the sacral bodyThe anatomical landmarks of the feline sacroiliac jointLag screw placement into the sacral bodyAnd position screw placement into the sacral wing
Practical exercises
Canine femur—Capital physeal fracture Repaired with K-wires
30139 | Michael Kowaleski, Mary Sarah Bergh, Randy Boudrieau, Kenneth Johnson, Bruno Peirone | en
This teaching videos provides a step-by-step guide how to repair a capital physeal fracture of a canine femur with K-wires.The objectives of this presentation are to show: Radiographic estimation of K-wire length Reduction of a capital physeal fractureAnd stabilization with K-wire fixation in a parallel or divergent fashion
Practical exercises
Midfoot–Lisfranc injury (TMT fracture or dislocation)–ORIF using self-tapping 4.0 mm Cortex Screws and a 1st TMT Fusion Plate 2.4/2.7, VA Locking
24039 | Andrew Sands, Per-Henrik Ågren | en
In this presentation, the treatment of a Lisfranc injury will be demonstrated using open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) with 4.0 mm self-tapping Cortex Screws and a 1st TMT Fusion Plate 2.4/2.7, VA Locking.
Practical exercises
Medial column–Charcot foot–Intertarsal corrective osteotomy and fusion with a VA LCP Medial Column Fusion Plate 3.5
24038 | Andrew Sands, Per-Henrik Ågren | en
In this presentation, an intertarsal corrective osteotomy will be made to correct a Charcot deformity of the medial column. The fusion will be secured with a VA LCP Medial Column Fusion Plate 3.5.It should be understood that the goal of the procedure is to provide functional reconstruction of the medial column, rather than restoring the normal anatomy. If necessary, any bony prominences that could lead to ulceration are removed.
Practical exercises
Great toe–Hallux valgus deformity–Realignment using scarf osteotomy and fixation with screws, Akin osteotomy
24037 | Andrew Sands, Per-Henrik Ågren, Les Grujic | en
The scarf osteotomy is a diaphyseal osteotomy of the first metatarsal.In this presentation, it will be used to realign the first metatarsal in order to correct a hallux valgus deformity.Following the realignment, the osteotomy will be fixed with self-tapping cortex screws.To correct any residual deformity of the proximal phalanx, the Akin osteotomy will also be shown.
Practical exercises
1st Metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ)–Arthritis/DeformityJoint fusion using a lag screw and a Variable Angle LCP 1st MTP Fusion Plate 2.4/2.7
24035 | Christina Kabbash | en
In this presentation, a dorsal approach is demonstrated that allows access to the first metatarsophalangeal joint – or MTPJ – for treatment of arthritis and/or deformity.A lag screw, a dorsal plate, and 6 locking screws are utilized to fuse the joint. Following the completion of this exercise you should be able to:
- Identify the clinical indications and contraindications for 1st MTPJ fusion.
- Demonstrate the soft-tissue approach to the 1st MTPJ.
- Prepare the joint surfaces prior to fixation.
- Describe the optimal positioning of the construct to maximize physical utilization and activity.
- And, identify how to obtain and maintain compression at the fusion site.
Surgical procedures
Ankle joint - Deformity and malunion Ankle arthrodesis with 7.3mm cannulated screws using arthroscopy
24034 | Christina Kabbash | en
Christina Kabbash presents an arthroscopic ankle arthrodesis surgical procedure.In this presentation an arthroscopic approach is utilized to access the ankle joint and a multiplanar rigid lag screw fixation method consisting of three screws
- one posteromedial, one anterolateral and one anteromedial is used.Learning Objectives
- Identify clinical indications and contraindications for …
- Recognize appropriate positioning and preparation of the patient
- Perform the soft-tissue approach to the ankle joint
- Prepare the joint surfaces using arthroscopy prior to arthrodesis
- Perform correction of the malalignment
- Apply correct placement of the 7.3 mm cannulated screws
- Perform wound closure and dressing
Practical exercises
Ankle arthrodesis using an anterior approach
24032 | Christina Kabbash | en
In this presentation an anterior approach is used to access the ankle. Three 7.3 mm cannulated screws are then nserted to fuse the jointThe Learning Objectives
- The clinical indications and contraindications
- The anterior surgical approach to the ankle joint
- The preparation of the joint surfaces prior to fixation
- The correction of the malalignment, and,
- The placement of the 7.3 mm cannulated screws
Practical exercises
Midfoot–Profound collapse or instability Reconstruction and realignment using the Midfoot Fusion Bolt
24031 | Andrew K Sands, Michael Castro, Per-Henrik Ågren | en
In this presentation, the reconstruction and realignment of a collapsed midfoot is demonstrated using the Midfoot Fusion Bolt
Clinical videos/Approaches
Heuter direct anterior approach to the hip joint
23026 | Stephen Sims, James Kellam | en
Stephen Sims performs an Heuter direct anterior approach to the hip joint which allows access through muscle planes, and does not incise or detach any muscle unless the direct head of the rectus femoris is sectioned to improve exposure. This approach allows direct visualization of the anterior hip capsule and the femoral head.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Ilioinguinal approach–intrapelvic modification
23024 | Keith Mayo, James Kellam | en
Keith Mayo performs an Ilioinguinal approach with intrapelvic modification. The traditional ilioinguinal approach was developed by Letournel to provide access for fractures of the anterior aspect of the acetabulum. Based on the Stoppa approach, an intrapelvic modification has been developed which when combined with the ilioinguinal lateral window, provides another option for exposure of anterior acetabular fractures, and some selected both column and transverse fractures.This approach allows visualization of the iliac crest and wing from the sacroiliac joint anteriorly, to the hip joint, through the ilioinguinal‘s lateral window. The intrapelvic component allows visualization of the superior pubic ramus, the quadrilateral plate, and the iliopectineal brim, back to the sacroiliac joint.The superior pubic ramus is also exposed medially as far as the symphysis.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Ilioinguinal approach-Letournel
23023 | Stephen Sims, James Kellam | en
Stephen Sims performs an ilioinguinal Approach–Letournel which allows visualization of the iliac crest and wing, from the sacroiliac joint, anteriorly to the hip joint. The superior pubic ramus is also exposed medially as far as the symphysis and the quadrilateral plate is visualized from the pelvic brim to the obturator foramen and lesser notch.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Gibson approach with a digastric greater trochanteric osteotomy
23021 | Keith Mayo, James Kellam | en
Keith Mayo performs the Gibson approach with a digastric greater trochanteric osteotomy. This is a lateral or posterolateral exposure to the hip and allows a more direct approach to the superior aspect of the acetabulum. With the digastric osteotomy of the Greater Trochanter, the access is expanded to allow access to the superior and anterior aspects of the acetabulum. This approach also allows dislocation in order to repair a femoral head fracture, or assess an acetabular fracture reduction from the intraarticular aspect.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Kocher–Langenbeck approach–lateral
23020 | David Stephen, James Kellam | en
David Stephen performs a Kocher Langenbeck approachwith the patrient in a lateral position which is a nonextensile approach to the posterior acetabulum. This approach allows direct visualization of the posterior column of the acetabulum, allows palpation of the quadrilateral plate, and the placement of reduction instruments onto the quadrilateral plate and external aspects of the posterior column. With transtectal fractures, gravity will displace the femoral head into the pelvis, making reduction potentially more difficult. The advantage of the lateral position is the freedom to manipulate the leg and assist in exposure and reduction.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Kocher-Langenbeck approach–prone position
23019 | Stephen Sims, James Kellam | en
Stephen Sims performs a Kocher-Langenbeck approach with the patient in a prone position, which is a nonextensile approach to the posterior acetabulum.This approach allows direct visualization of the posterior column of the acetabulum, palpation of the quadrilateral plate, and the placement of reduction instruments onto the quadrilateral plate and external aspects of the posterior column. The prone position improves the visualization and palpation of the internal aspects of the column and quadrilateral plate.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Posterior approach to the pelvic ring
23015 | Michael Stover, James Kellam | en
Michael Stover performs the posterior approach to the pelvic ring. This approach to the posterior aspect of the pelvis provides access for treatment of posterior pelvic and sacral injuries.This approach allows access to the posterior iliac crest, the posterior aspect of the sacroiliac joint, and the sacrum lateral to the spinous processes on the side of the incision
Clinical videos/Approaches
Anterior approach to the sacroiliac joint and internal iliac fossa
23014 | David Stephen, James Kellam | en
David Stephen performs the anterior approach to the sacroiliac joint which is an approach that allows access to the sacroiliac joint and iliac wing of the posterior pelvic ring, using a supine position.This approach is selected when there is significant soft-tissue injury posteriorly which would be a contraindication for a posterior approach, or on a patient who cannot tolerate a prone position, due to concomitant or musculoskeletal injuries.
Clinical videos/Approaches
Symphysis pubis approach through modified Pfannenstiel exposure
23013 | Mark Reilly, Stephen Sims, James Kellam | en
Mark Reilly and Stephen Sims perform the standard approach for symphysis disruptions, parasymphyseal fractures and medial superior pubic ramus fractures.
Practical exercises
Wrist–Midcarpal fusion Using the VA-Locking Intercarpal Fusion System
22101 | Juan González del Pino, Douglas A Campbell, Ladislav Nagy | en
In this presentation a midcarpal fusion is performed using the Variable Angle Locking Intercarpal Fusion SystemLearning Objectives
- To identify the clinical indications
- To introduce the principles of the Variable Angle Locking Intercarpal Fusion System
- To show the patient position and approach
- Perform a midcarpal fusion
Practical exercises
Ulna shaft–Oblique shortening osteotomy Using the LCP Ulna Osteotomy System 2.7
22100 | Ladislav Nagy, Renato Fricker | en
In this presentation a 3 mm shortening osteotomy will be performed on the ulna shaft using the Ulna osteotomy system 2.7. Learning Objectives
- To identify the clinical indications
- To introduce the principles of the LCP Ulna Osteotomy System 2.7
- To show the patient position and approach and
- Perform the oblique osteotomy, and stabilization with a 2.7 LCP Ulna Osteotomy Plate
Practical exercises
Maxilla, Mandible, and Chin – Dentofacial Deformity Bimaxillary advancement and fixation in orthognathic surgery with the MatrixORTHOGNATHIC LOCK system
21090 | Morio Tonogi | en
This presentation demonstrates the surgical technique for bimaxillary advancement of the maxilla and mandible, and advancement of the chin.Following the practical exercise you should be able: To identify the correct locations for LeFort I, sagittal split, and genial osteotomiesDescribe the surgical approaches to gain access to these locationsRecognize the importance of occlusal alignment before internal fixationAnd describe techniques for fixation of LeFort I, sagittal split, and genial osteotomies
Practical exercises
Pelvis–Sacroiliac joint and pubic symphysis disruption—Reduction and fixation methods
20249 | Emanuel Gautier | en
This exercise explains and demonstrates the anatomy and the biomechanical forces of the pelvis relating to SI joint dislocations, describes the steps to attain anatomical reduction, and defines fixation strategies based on the fracture configuration and associated injuries.

Tibia, Proximal–Malalignment and deformityBiplanar open-wedge osteotomyFixation using the TomoFix Medial High Tibia (MHT) plate
20248 | Ronald van Heerwaarden | en
In this presentation a biplanar open-wedge osteotomy of the proximal tibia is planned and excecuted. The osteotomy is then fixed with the TomoFix Medial High Tibia or MHT plateThe Learning Objectives
- Clinical indications and contraindications
- Patient position
- Surgical approach
- Planning and excecution of a biplanar open-wedge osteotomy of the proximal tibia
- Fixation of the osteotomy with the TomoFix MHT plate

Femur, Distal–Malalignment and deformity Biplanar closed-wedge osteotomyand fixation using the TomoFix Medial Distal Femur (MDF) plate
20247 | Ronald van Heerwaarden | en
In this presentation a biplanar closed-wedge osteotomy of the distal femur is planned and executed. The osteotomy is then fixed with the TomoFix Medial Distal Femur or MDF plate.
Practical exercises
Femur, distal–Intraarticular fracture (33-C2)—Fixation with the VA-LCP Curved Condylar Plate System 4.5/5.0
20246 | Iain McFadyen | en
In this presentation an intraarticular fracture of the femur, a 33-C2 fracture will be treated with the Variable Angle LCP Curved Condylar Plate System 4.5/5.0The Objectives
- Identify the clinical indications
- Introduce the principles of the Variable Angle LCP Curved Condylar Plate System 4.5/5.0
- Patient position and approach
- Perform the reduction and fixation of the fracture
Practical exercises
Proximal humerus – 3-part fracture Reconstruction using the MultiLoc Proximal Humeral Nail
20245 | Martin Hessmann, Stephen Nijs | en
In this presentation, the reconstruction of a three-part fracture of the proximal humerus is demonstrated using the MultiLoc Proximal Humeral Nail
Practical exercises
Radius, distal—Intraarticular fracture Fixation using the 2.4 mm VA-LCP Volar Two-Column Distal Radius Plate
20244 | Daniel Rikli, Douglas A Campbell | en
In this presentation an intraarticular fracture of the distal radius is treated with a 2.4 Variable Angle LCP Volar Two-Column Distal Radius Plate The objectives of this presentation are:
- To identify the clinical indications for palmar plating And to show
- The principles of the variable angle locking system
- The patient position and the approach
- The instruments needed
- And the reduction and fixation of the fracture
Practical exercises
Pelvis–Sacral fracture Reduction and fixation with iliosacral screws
20233 | Michel Oransky, Carlos Sancineto | en
In this presentation a fracture of the sacrum is reduced and stabilized with two 7.3mm cannulated screws. The learning objectives are:Fracture classificationSacral morphologyPatient position and the surgical approach The implants and instruments neededand reduction and stabilization techniques
Practical exercises
Tibial shaft fracture stabilized with different external fixator frame constructs Assessment of stability
00135 | Brian Bernstein | en
In this presentation, a fracture of the tibial shaft is stabilized with different external fixator frame constructs to allow assessment of stabilityThe Learning Objectives
- Clinical indications for the application of the large external fixator
- Correct position and insertion of the Schanz screws
- Construction of different frame types
- Choice of frame type according to the stability required
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