Global | Davos | 04 December 2020

AO Trauma/AO Recon Webinar—Expert Discussion: Periprosthetic Fracture Management

AO Trauma and AO Recon offer 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 an expert discussion on Periprosthetic Fracture Management with case-based discussions and Q&A.

Friday, December 4, 2020, 17:00-18:00 CET (UTC+1)

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CONFIRMED FACULTY

Michael Huo, USA
Marco Berlusconi, Italy

ABSTRACT

Periprosthetic fractures of the femur are sources of problems for the surgeon either in decision making or in technical execution. During this webinar, treatment guidelines for traumatic injuries and reconstruction techniques will be discussed based on different cases. The subdivision of institutional roles and experiences (trauma vs recon) may hide the best solution of these difficult fractures. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss and describe how to obtain the best solution for the patient.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After this learning experience the participant will be able to:

  • Select the most appropriate solution in the revision of a total hip arthroplasty (THA)
  • Describe how to manage interprosthetic fractures
  • Apply the rules and principles of open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) in periprosthetic fractures around the femur

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.

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Date04 December 2020

Chair(s) Michael Huo, Marco Berlusconi

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