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Prague TWC 2011

Instructional Courses

Venue: Prague Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
Dates: Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
Thursday, 8 September 2011
Friday, 9 September 2011
Fee per course: EUR 40 (excluding 20% VAT)


Tuesday, 6 September 2011

  

Revision of Total Knee Arthroplasty – Principles and Results

 

Chairman Urs Munzinger (Switzerland)
Instructors Rudolf Ascherl (Germany), Urs Munzinger (Switzerland), Thorsten Gehrke (Germany), Volkmar Heppert (Germany)
No. of participants 80
Description 1. Removal of a well fixed TKA
2. Implanting the Revision TKA 
3. Managing bone loss
4. Managing soft tissue defects (plast. Deckung)
5. What would you do? – Cases

Venue

Meeting Hall IV, Prague Congress Centre

 


 

 Wednesday, 7 September 2011

  
Damage Control in Polytraumatized Patients

 

Chairman Gershon Volpin (Israel)
Instructors Gershon Volpin (Israel), James Waddell (Canada), Vilmos Vécsei (Austria)
No. of participants (to be confirmed)
Description 1. Introduction
2. Early Total Care (ETC)
3. Damage Control Orthopedics (DCO)
4. Polytrauma – operative procedures – the time of surgery

Venue

Meeting Hall I, Prague Congress Centre

 

  
Management of Rotator Cuff Pathology

 

Chairman Pietro Randelli (Italy)
Instructors Vojtech Havlas (Czech Republic), Giuseppe Milano (Italy), Manos Antonogiannakis (Greece), Pietro Randelli (Italy), Philippe Valenti (France)
No. of participants 60
Description 1. Calcific Tendonitys
2. Partial Thickness Cuff Tears
3. Full Thickness Cuff Tears
4. Massive Cuff Tear
5. Rotator Cuff Arthropathy, the Role of Reverse Prosthesis

Venue

Meeting Hall V, Prague Congress Centre

 

   
DVT Prevention in Orthopaedics  

 

Chairman Tomas Kvasnička (Czech Republic)
Instructors Tomas Trc (Czech Republic), J. Kvasnička (Czech Republic), Tomas Kvasnička (Czech Republic), Jiří Kubeš (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 60
Description 1. Introduction, coagulation mechanism 
2. DVT in orthopaedics
3. Prevention possibilities 
4. Complication and therapy
5. Discussion – failure, complication

Venue

Terrace I, Prague Congress Centre

 

 
Basics of Modern Rheumatology

 

Chairman Karel Pavelka (Czech Republic)
Instructors Ladislav Šenolt (Czech Republic), Pavel Horák (Czech Republic), Jiří Štolfa (Czech Republic), Jakub Závada (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 60
Description 1. New concepts in diagnostics and therapy of spondylarthritides
2. Biologic treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
3. Advances in diagnostic and therapy of connective tissue diseases
4. New developments in classification and therapy of psoriatic arthritis
5. Principles of the diagnosis and new molecules in therapy of gouty arthritis

Venue

Club A, Prague Congress Centre

 

   
Natural Disasters and Mass Casualties

 

Chairman Nikolaj Wolfson (United States)
Instructors Taikoh Dohjima (Japan), Nikolaj Wolfson (United States), Moshe Michaelson (Israel), Arshak Mirzoyan (Armenia), Bharath Kumar (India), S.A. Saravanan (Russia), Alexander Lerner (Israel)
No. of participants (to be confirmed)
Description 1. Introduction
2. Japan, 2011
3. Orthopaedic injuries during Natural Disasters & Mass Casualties: overview
4. Triage: orthopaedic prospective
5. Initial Stabilization: Splint, Eternal Fixation?
6. Crush Injuries
7. Amputation
8. Limb Salvage
9. Q & A

Venue

Club E, Prague Congress Centre

 


Thursday, 8 September 2011

  
Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

 

Chairman Christian Gerber (Switzerland)
Instructors Pierre Hoffmeyer (Switzerland), Marius Scarlat (France), Frank Gohlke (Germany), Geraldo Motta (Brazil), Christian Gerber (Switzerland)
No. of participants 100
Description Biomechanics and Indications
Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty in massive rotator cuff disease
Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for acute fractures
Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for posttraumatic situations
Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for failed arthroplasty
Case presentation

Venue

Meeting Hall I, Prague Congress Centre

 

  
Guided TKA: Is it worth it?

 

Chairman Frédéric Picard (United Kingdom)
Instructors Jean-Yves Jenny (France), Mahmoud Hafez (Egypt), Alberto Gregori (United Kingdom), Jon Clarke (United Kingdom)
No. of participants 100
Description 1. Introduction
2. Basic Sciences
3. Published Evidence and Outcome
4. Best Practice and How to Do It
5. New Technology in the Field and the Future of Navigation including Algorithm for Soft-tissue Balancing
6. Take Home Message

Venue

Meeting Hall IV, Prague Congress Centre

 

  
Lengthening of Long Bones

 

Chairman Tomas Trč (Czech Republic)
Instructors Tomas Trč (Czech Republic), Konstantin Novikov (Russia), Rainer Baumgart (Germany), Jiri Chomiak (Czech Republic), Jan Poul (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 60
Description

1. Introduction 
2. Lenghtening of long bone – Ilizarov principles
3. Lengthening on Lockin nail
4. ISKD
5. Fitbone
6. Lengthening of small bone
7. Complications and salvage procedure
8. Conclusion and discussion

Venue

Meeting Hall V, Prague Congress Centre

 

     
Surgical Management of Spinal Deformities

 

Chairman Martin Krbec (Czech Republic)
Instructors Martin Krbec (Czech Republic), Martin Repko (Czech Republic), Richard Chaloupka (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 60
Description 1. Introduction
2. Congenital scoliosis and TIS
3. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
4. Juvenile idiopathic scoliosis
5. Neuromuscular scoliosis
6. Degenerative scoliosis
7. Conclusion

Venue

Terrace I, Prague Congress Centre

 

      
Current Management of Osteoporosis

 

Chairman Vaclav Vyskocil (Czech Republic)
Instructors O. Růžičková (Czech Republic), Zbyněk Rozkydal (Czech Republic), Jiri Matějka (Czech Republic), Jaroslav Blahos (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 30
Description 1. Overview of clinical practice: diagnostic techniques and treatment algorithms
2. Glucocorticoid Induced osteoporosis - current approach
3. Surgical treatment of osteoporotic femoral fracture
4. Vertebral body augmentation using vertebral stent
5. Future of osteoporosis treatment
6. Take home message

Venue

Club C, Prague Congress Centre

 

   
Role of Pelvic Osteotomy in Early OA

 

Chairman Jaroslaw Czubak (Poland)
Instructors Kjeld Soballe (Denmark), Guido Grappiolo (Italy), Jaroslaw Czubak (Poland), Michael Millis (United States), Klaus Siebenrock (Switzerland)
No. of participants 80
Description 1. OA in dysplastic hip - pathobiology, limits of treatment
2. Principles of periacetabubar osteotomy in the hip OA treatment - why and how I do it
3. Evolution in the technique of periacetabular osteotomy
4. Periacetabular osteotomy in early OA - long follow-up
5. Perspectives of PAO from long-term Boston Experience

Venue

Club E, Prague Congress Centre

 

   
Distal Radius Fractures: Hands-on Volar Plating/Plaster Cast (ARTOF Trauma) 

 

Chairman Peter Biberthaler (Germany)
Instructors Steffen Ruchholtz (Germany), Andreas Ruecker (Germany), James Waddell (Canada), Martin Lucke (Germany), Michael Robinson (United Kingdom), Volker Braunstein (Austria), Philipp Ahrens (Germany)
No. of participants 50
Description 1. Theoretical Module:
Introducing theoretical part refreshing the background of fracture treatment in distal radius fractures DRF 
• Diagnostic of DRF
• Indications for conservative treatment
• Indications for surgical treatment
• Pro & Contra: Arthroscopically supported surgery

2. Practical Module:
Practical teaching: How to put a plaster cast on
Supported by BSN
Saw bone workshop: Volar plating using ankle stable devices
Supported by Synthes

Venue

Club H, Prague Congress Centre

 


Friday, 9 September 2011

  
TKR Balancing

 

Chairman Antonin Sosna (Czech Republic)
Instructors Vera Pinskerová (Czech Republic), Karel Koudela (Czech Republic), Jana Koudelová (Czech Republic), Karel Koudela Jr (Czech Republic), Antonin Sosna (Czech Republic), David Pokorný (Czech Republic)
No. of participants 80
Description 1. Biomechanice of the knee joint rationale for the design and balancing of the TKR
2. Optima rotational adjustment of the femoral component in total knee arthroplasty
3. Our own simple system of ligament balancing of the knee joint

Venue

Club A, Prague Congress Centre

 

  
Musculoskeletal Tumours in Children: Evaluation and Treatment 2011

 

Chairman John Dormans (United States)
Instructors Maximilian Rudert (Germany), Juan Pretell (United States), John Dormans (United States)
No. of participants 60
Description Presentations on both benign and malignant tumor groups, with case presentations to illustrate treatment techniques.
1. Introduction
2. Benign tumor group (3 or 4 benign tumors soft tissue, fibrous dysplasia, adamantinoma, NOFs, osteofibrous dyplasia, etc)
3. Benign tumor group (UBC, ABC, OO, LCH)
4. Cases
5. Malignant tumor group (approach to malignant tumors)
6. Malignant tumor group (approach to malignant bone tumors - emphasis on reconstruction)
7. Cases

Venue

Club B, Prague Congress Centre

 

  
Strategy of Orthopaedic Treatment in Cerebral Palsy Patients

 

Chairman Alena Schejbalova (Czech Republic)
Instructors Josef Kraus (Czech Republic), Martin Švehlík (Austria), Alena Schejbalová (Czech Republic), Petr Chládek (Czech Republic), Milan Kokavec (Slovakia), Jan Poul (Czech Republic) 
No. of participants 60
Description 1. Management of Cerebral Palsy in hands of Neurologist
2. Does gait analysis contribute to management of Cerebral Palsy patients?
3. Soft tissue surgery overview
4. Surgical procedures in the hip area
5. Surgical procedures in the knee area
6. Management of foot deformities
7. Conclusion & Discussion

Venue

Club D, Prague Congress Centre

 

    
Clubfoot treatment: Evaluation of Ponseti Method

 

Chairman Pavel Dungl (Czech Republic)
Instructors Pavel Dungl (Czech Republic), Ernesto Ippolito (Italy), Alain Dimeglio (France), Jiri Chomiak (Czech Republic), Franz Grill (Austria), Rüdiger Krauspe (Germany)
No. of participants 80
Description 1. Pathomorphology of clubfoot.
2. Classification systems of congenital clubfoot.
3. Treatment by manipulation acc to Ponseti principles.
4. Evalution of the results of clubfoot treatment including gait analysis.
5. Surgical treatment of relapsed clubfoot, of residual deformities and complications.

Venue

Club H, Prague Congress Centre