Global | 09 July 2020

AO Recon Webinar—The Asian Knee

AO Recon offers an interactive live educational session to present, discuss, and give instant advice on the arthroplasty topic specified below. The session is free of charge and accessible from all over the world. Enhance your knowledge and take this excellent opportunity to gain access to renowned key opinion leaders who share their expertise and answer your questions in real-time.

This webinar is a virtual live lecture on The Asian Knee with Q&A.

Thursday, July 9, 2020, 17:00-18:00 CST (UTC +8)

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ABSTRACT

The lifestyles and religious practices of Asian cultures place special demands on the knee joints of people in this region. We examine specific considerations surgeons should employ when performing TKA on Asian knees.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Demographics of knee OA in Asians
  • Anatomic characteristics of Asian knee
  • Asians functional demands following TKA
  • TKA Implant designs for Asians
  • Race and TKA Outcomes

CONFIRMED FACULTY

  • Chun Hoi Yan, Hong Kong
  • Yong In, South Korea

WEBINAR LINK

Registered participants will receive the webinar link by email 3 days prior to the event. 

SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY

We recommend you to perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar.

PAYMENT

The webinar is free of charge.

 

overview

Date09 July 2020

Chair(s) Chun Hoi Yan, Yong In

Anatomyknee

Topic(s)preservation, replacement

LanguageEnglish

Number of seats1500

ContactChristine Chang

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