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Full day of learning total hip and total knee replacement from experts

EFORT

During the past 4 years, the scientific-focused sessions on Advanced Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement at the EFORT Congress have achieved great acceptance among congress participants as an established element of training. The high attendance and early interest accompanying this course are other reasons why these sessions will be featured again this year at the EFORT Congress in Barcelona, free of extra charge.

The scientific program of Full Day in Total Hip & Knee Replacement will cover all the latest approaches to reconstruction of hip (morning) and knee (afternoon) in adults. The aim is to provide younger joint replacement specialists and more experienced senior consultants alike with an update on the latest in techniques and treatments.

Advanced Concepts in Total Hip Replacement | Thursday 1 June 2017 | 08:00-12:00

Some of the most well-known specialists in total hip replacement in Europe will present their most updated facts and tricks for difficult primary and revision surgery. Specific conditions and complications associated with hip arthroplasty will be highlighted, such as diagnosis, management and revision of an infected hip or treatment in the case of periprosthetic fractures of the femur, among others. A last chapter that foces on innovation will wrap-up this complete half-day summary of hip replacement techniques.

The Difficult Primary THR
08:30 - 09:15

Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen (Denmark) - Eleftherios Tsiridis (Greece)

What is a Difficult Primary THA?
Rashid Tikhilov (Russia)

Pre- and Intraoperative Considerations
Dieter Christian Wirtz (Germany)

When to Cement and Non-cement
Johan Kärrholm (Sweden)

Revision THR
09:15 - 11:00

Luigi Zagra (Italy) - Jean-Alain Épinette (France)

Stepwise Algorithm to Gain Exposure
Andrew Manktelow (United Kingdom)

How to Remove the Components Safely
Thorsten Gehrke (Germany)

Why I Prefer Cemented Stems
Willem Schreurs (Netherlands)

Why I Prefer Uncemented Stems
Klaus-Peter Günther (Germany)

How to Manage Acetabular Bone Loss
Xavier Gallart Castany (Spain)

How to Manage Proximal Femoral Bone Loss
Carsten Perka (Germany)

How to Prevent Instability After Revision THA
Soren Overgaard (Denmark)

Innovation in THR
11:00 - 12.00

Henrik Malchau (Sweden) - Christian Delaunay (France)

The Planning (Including Aims)
Claudio Castelli (Italy)

The Instruments (Including Robots, Navigation, Single Use)
Fares Haddad (United Kingdom)

The Implants (Including Tailored Implants)
Theofilos Karachalios (Greece)

Advanced Concepts in Total Knee Replacement | Thursday 1 June 2017 | 15:00-18:30

A panel of recognized European experts with in-depth experience in total knee replacement will share knowledge of key issues with a focus on day-to-day practice in particularly difficult set-ups, as well as for knee revision. Moreover, the role of innovation will be pointed out in regard to the general challenges faced by any orthopaedic surgeon who performs knee arthroplasty.

Revision TKR
15:00 - 16:30

Jan Verhaar (Netherlands)

Stepwise Algorithm to Gain Exposure
Jean-Noël Argenson (France)

How to Remove the Components Safely
Michael Hirschmann (Switzerland)

Why I Prefer Cemented Stems
Bruno Violante (Italy)

Why I Prefer Uncemented Stems
Alister Hart (United Kingdom)

How to Balance the Revision Knee
Michel Bonnin (France)

How to Manage the Distal Femoral Bone Loss
Christopher Dodd (United Kingdom)

How to Manage the Tibial Bone Loss
Roland Becker (Germany)

How I Manage Patellar and Extensor Deficiencies
Andrea Baldini (Italy)

How I Deal with Severe Flexion Contracture
Francesco Benazzo (Italy)

Innovation in TKR
16:30 - 17:25

Jan Victor (Belgium) - Roland Becker (Germany)

The Planning (Including Aims)
Gijs van Hellemondt (Netherlands)

The Instruments (Including Robots, PSI and CSI)
Kamal Deep (United Kingdom)

The Implants (Including Tailored Implants)
TBC

Advanced Perioperative Treatment
Emmanuel Thienpont (Belgium)

Stability in Difficult Primary Knee
17:25 - 18:20

Christopher Dodd (United Kingdom) - Michael Hirschmann (Switzerland)

How to Deal with Severe Valgus Knee
Philippe Neyret (France)

How to Deal with Severe Varus Knee
Anders Troelsen (Denmark)

How to Prevent Mid-flexion Instability
Jan Victor (Belgium)

How to Treat Bone Defects
Nanne Kort (Netherlands)

The primary target attendees for this featured program are confirmed specialists or senior consultants within the area of total hip or knee replacement.

The course is free, but preregistration is mandatory via the main congress online registration platform. The Full-Day in Total Hip & Total Knee Replacement may be attended only by a participant who is already registered for the EFORT Congress. Registration allows participants to attend any of the two half-day sessions. All details to sign-up are available on the registration platform. Please visit the 2018 congress website regularly.

EFORT

During the past 4 years, the scientific-focused sessions on Advanced Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement at the EFORT Congress have achieved great acceptance among congress participants as an established element of training. The high attendance and early interest accompanying this course are other reasons why these sessions will be featured again this year at the EFORT Congress in Barcelona, free of extra charge.

The scientific program of Full Day in Total Hip & Knee Replacement will cover all the latest approaches to reconstruction of hip (morning) and knee (afternoon) in adults. The aim is to provide younger joint replacement specialists and more experienced senior consultants alike with an update on the latest in techniques and treatments.

Advanced Concepts in Total Hip Replacement | Thursday 1 June 2017 | 08:00-12:00

Some of the most well-known specialists in total hip replacement in Europe will present their most updated facts and tricks for difficult primary and revision surgery. Specific conditions and complications associated with hip arthroplasty will be highlighted, such as diagnosis, management and revision of an infected hip or treatment in the case of periprosthetic fractures of the femur, among others. A last chapter that foces on innovation will wrap-up this complete half-day summary of hip replacement techniques.

The Difficult Primary THR
08:30 - 09:15

Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen (Denmark) - Eleftherios Tsiridis (Greece)

What is a Difficult Primary THA?
Rashid Tikhilov (Russia)

Pre- and Intraoperative Considerations
Dieter Christian Wirtz (Germany)

When to Cement and Non-cement
Johan Kärrholm (Sweden)

Revision THR
09:15 - 11:00

Luigi Zagra (Italy) - Jean-Alain Épinette (France)

Stepwise Algorithm to Gain Exposure
Andrew Manktelow (United Kingdom)

How to Remove the Components Safely
Thorsten Gehrke (Germany)

Why I Prefer Cemented Stems
Willem Schreurs (Netherlands)

Why I Prefer Uncemented Stems
Klaus-Peter Günther (Germany)

How to Manage Acetabular Bone Loss
Xavier Gallart Castany (Spain)

How to Manage Proximal Femoral Bone Loss
Carsten Perka (Germany)

How to Prevent Instability After Revision THA
Soren Overgaard (Denmark)

Innovation in THR
11:00 - 12.00

Henrik Malchau (Sweden) - Christian Delaunay (France)

The Planning (Including Aims)
Claudio Castelli (Italy)

The Instruments (Including Robots, Navigation, Single Use)
Fares Haddad (United Kingdom)

The Implants (Including Tailored Implants)
Theofilos Karachalios (Greece)

Advanced Concepts in Total Knee Replacement | Thursday 1 June 2017 | 15:00-18:30

A panel of recognized European experts with in-depth experience in total knee replacement will share knowledge of key issues with a focus on day-to-day practice in particularly difficult set-ups, as well as for knee revision. Moreover, the role of innovation will be pointed out in regard to the general challenges faced by any orthopaedic surgeon who performs knee arthroplasty.

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Revision TKR
15:00 - 16:30

Jan Verhaar (Netherlands)

Stepwise Algorithm to Gain Exposure
Jean-Noël Argenson (France)

How to Remove the Components Safely
Michael Hirschmann (Switzerland)

Why I Prefer Cemented Stems
Bruno Violante (Italy)

Why I Prefer Uncemented Stems
Alister Hart (United Kingdom)

How to Balance the Revision Knee
Michel Bonnin (France)

How to Manage the Distal Femoral Bone Loss
Christopher Dodd (United Kingdom)

How to Manage the Tibial Bone Loss
Roland Becker (Germany)

How I Manage Patellar and Extensor Deficiencies
Andrea Baldini (Italy)

How I Deal with Severe Flexion Contracture
Francesco Benazzo (Italy)

Innovation in TKR
16:30 - 17:25

Jan Victor (Belgium) - Roland Becker (Germany)

The Planning (Including Aims)
Gijs van Hellemondt (Netherlands)

The Instruments (Including Robots, PSI and CSI)
Kamal Deep (United Kingdom)

The Implants (Including Tailored Implants)
TBC

Advanced Perioperative Treatment
Emmanuel Thienpont (Belgium)

Stability in Difficult Primary Knee
17:25 - 18:20

Christopher Dodd (United Kingdom) - Michael Hirschmann (Switzerland)

How to Deal with Severe Valgus Knee
Philippe Neyret (France)

How to Deal with Severe Varus Knee
Anders Troelsen (Denmark)

How to Prevent Mid-flexion Instability
Jan Victor (Belgium)

How to Treat Bone Defects
Nanne Kort (Netherlands)

The primary target attendees for this featured program are confirmed specialists or senior consultants within the area of total hip or knee replacement.

The course is free, but preregistration is mandatory via the main congress online registration platform. The Full-Day in Total Hip & Total Knee Replacement may be attended only by a participant who is already registered for the EFORT Congress. Registration allows participants to attend any of the two half-day sessions. All details to sign-up are available on the registration platform. Please visit the 2018 congress website regularly.