AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I

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Level Promenade,1 Foyer C2,C Landwasser WC,Level Mezzanine. D Chamonix Faculty lounge,2 Foyer B3 2 F,Level Kurpark. H Fl ela 3 J,3 Foyer B2,4 Foyer C1,J Jakobshorn WC. K Sanada 1,L Sanada 2,M Schwarzhorn,AO experience,L K Q N M O H G. P Strela Rinerhorn Main entrance,Q Wisshorn Faculty support center.
Level Talstrasse,V Studio WC,5 Foyer B1 exhibition. The AO s flagship educational event,the AO Davos Courses offer surgeons 4 Mission. Purpose statement, at all stages of their career outstanding The AO principles of fracture management. educational and networking opportunities, Experience this pioneering spirit of peer 5 Welcome. to peer collaboration and learn skills, that will help advance your career 6 Course description.
Course structure,Goal of the course,Target participants. Learning objectives,7 Chairpersons and faculty, 8 Self directed learning modules Learning objectives. Chairpersons and faculty,12 Sunday December 1 2019. Monday December 2 2019,14 Tuesday December 3 2019,Self directed learning modules. 18 Wednesday December 4 2019,19 Thursday December 5 2019.
Self directed learning modules,23 Friday December 6 2019. 24 Event organization,Event venue and opening times. 25 Exhibitions,26 Business center,Wireless network. 27 Event information,28 Principles of AO educational events. 29 AO Research Institute Davos ARI,30 Upcoming AO Davos Courses 2020.
AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I 3. Mission Purpose statement, The AO s mission is promoting excellence AO Trauma is committed to improve patient. in patient care and outcomes in trauma care outcomes through the highest quality. and musculoskeletal disorders education We strive to combine the right. knowledge and surgical skills that empower,the orthopedic and trauma surgeons to put. theory into practice and to improve fracture,management for the benefit of the patient. The AO principles of fracture management, Fracture reduction and Fracture fixation providing Preservation of the blood Early and safe mobilization. fixation to restore absolute or relative stability supply to soft tissues and and rehabilitation of the. anatomical relationships as required by the per bone by gentle reduction injured part and the patient. sonality of the fracture techniques and careful as a whole. the patient and the injury handling, 4 AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I.
Dear AO Trauma course participant, Welcome to AO Trauma s first class schedule of activities at the. AO Davos Courses 2019 We provide a wide range of relevant. courses designed to meet your specific professional needs. and we are confident that you will find your course and the. networking experiences professionally rewarding, With a global reputation for innovation leadership and excellence in continuing medical. education CME AO Trauma and the AO Education Institute are transforming education by. expanding the educational activities available to you CME is not just about face to face. courses Our educational opportunities address the specific clinical problems that you. encounter daily Visit our website www aotrauma org to discover the latest educational. activities, At the AO Davos Courses 2019 AO Trauma offers you a chance to actively engage. in your course as well as opportunities to,Interact with over 300 international faculty. Expand your professional network by establishing contacts and new relationships with. colleagues including faculty and participants from over 80 countries. Meet with staff and surgeons from the AO s clinical divisions institutes and initiatives. Visit the AO experience or take a tour of our headquarters the AO center to gain insight. into the AO s ongoing activities and resources available to support you in your clinical. Experience the AO spirit of collegiality and camaraderie that is felt by participants and. faculty alike, Your current level of knowledge attitudes and skills will be challenged throughout the week.
At the same time our best in class curriculum and faculty will provide you with a memorable. learning experience that will remain with you for a lifetime. Your experiences with us over the next few days will result in the realization of new and. meaningful knowledge skills and understanding that we hope will translate into improved. patient care, If you enjoy your experience this week and want to stay in touch we invite you to become. a member of AO Trauma Doctors of medicine and osteopathy who have completed. AO Trauma basic principles course are eligible for membership contact us to learn more. Yours sincerely,Wa el Taha Kodi Kojima,Chairperson AO Trauma Chairperson AO Trauma. Education Commission International Board, AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I 5. Course description Course structure, Current Concepts courses and modules This five day Masters level course comprises three. address the latest techniques and best one day modules Participants also select two from a wide. choice of one day self directed learning modules,practices in operative fracture management.
to deal with complex orthopedic trauma, problems The course includes many case Goal of the course. presentations and open group discussions The goal of this course is to increase knowledge and skills. moderated by experts in the field Best for managing difficult and complex cases State of the art. evidence is presented through summary techniques and approaches best practices for treatment. and the management of complications will all be addressed. lectures and practical exercises and at a high level. simulations are integrated where appropriate,Target participants. Participants must have completed the AO Trauma Basic. Principles and Advanced Principles courses, They must be actively involved in orthopedic trauma. management and preferably have at least five years of. experience postresidency in trauma surgery,Participants must be willing to share their ideas. and be able to communicate well in English,Learning objectives.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to. Explain the latest developments in the treatment of. clavicular scapular proximal humeral humeral shaft. distal humeral and elbow injuries, Select and perform fracture specific approaches in the. areas described above, Analyze complicated clinical cases of these fractures and. choose the optimal treatment strategy, Integrate practical tips and tricks for fracture reduction. and fixation techniques, Identify the causes of failure and describe how to develop. an appropriate salvage strategy, 6 AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I.
Overall Chair Co chair,chairperson person person,Friedrich Baumgaertel Hatem Said Michael Gardner. Private Practice Assiut University Hospital Stanford University School of Medicine. Vallendar Germany Assiut Egypt Redwood USA,International faculty. Saeed Al Thani Orthocure Medical Center Dubai UAE, Terry Axelrod Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Toronto Canada. Gregory Bain Flinders University of South Australia North Adelaide Australia. Ziyad El Qirem King Hussein Medical Center Amman Jordan. Harry Hoyen Case Western Reserve University Cleveland USA. Hyoung Keun Oh Inje University Ilsan Paik Hospital Goyang si South Korea. Jorge Terrazas Callisperis Clinica del Sur La Paz Bolivia. Regional faculty, Simon Lambert University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust London United Kingdom. National faculty, Reto Babst Kantonsspital Luzern Luzern Switzerland.
Guest lecturer, Jesse Jupiter Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA. AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I 7. Self directed learning module,External fixation,Learning objectives. Tuesday December 3 2019 Thursday December 5 2019, External fixation for acute trauma and nonunion External fixation for bone defects and deformity correction. Upon completion of this module participants will be able to Upon completion of this module participants will be able to. Describe the principles of external fixation and correct Describe the principles of external fixation distraction. techniques for wire and pin insertions osteogenesis and long bone deformity. Describe the principles of distraction osteogenesis Analyze clinical radiographic findings and the center of. Recognize the external fixation methods for acute rotation of angulation CORA. trauma nonunion and bone transportation Describe the techniques using conventional circular. Describe the methods and indications for unilateral frame and 6 axis hexapod systems to correct bone. external fixation and circular external fixation defects and deformity. Apply the principles to manage acute trauma and Apply the principles of management of bone defects and. nonunion with external fixation deformity correction with external fixation. Apply the proper techniques in basic circular frame Perform long bone deformity correction using circular. construction external fixation with hinges the 6 axis hexapod system. Recognize safe techniques implementation of post op and its software application. care program and manage complications Recognize safe techniques implementation of post op. care program and manage complications,Chair Co chair. person person International faculty,Sergio Iriarte Vincenti.
Clinica del Sur La Paz Bolivia,Mahmoud Mahran,Medical School Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt. Stephen Quinnan,University of Miami Miami USA,Spence Reid. Pennslylvania State University College of Medicine. Vajara Phiphobmongkol Andrey Volna Milton S Hershey Medical Center Hershey USA. Bangkok Hospital Ilyinsky Hospital,Regional faculty. Bangkok Thailand Ilyinskoe Russia,Dankward H ntzsch. Private Practice T bingen Germany,Leonid Solomin,Vreden Russian Research Institute of Traumatology.
St Petersburg Russia,National faculty,Theddy Slongo. Inselspital Bern Switzerland, 8 AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I. Self directed learning module,Intramedullary nailing. Learning objectives,Tuesday December 3 2019 Thursday December 5 2019. Nailing of complex fractures special situations Complications related to nailing. Upon completion of this module participants will be able to Upon completion of this module participants will be able to. Perform correct decision making and preoperative Define and recognize delayed union nonunion malunion. planning for nailing procedures for complex diaphyseal and infection and carry out an appropriate diagnostic. and metaphyseal fractures work up, Perform correct decision making and preoperative Develop a treatment plan based on the cause.
planning for nailing procedures for special situations Explain the treatment options and indications for delayed. osteoporotic bone atypical fractures polytrauma and union and nonunion. soft tissue injury Explain the treatment options and indications for nailing. Explain the indications and limitations of nailing for in malunion. fractures involving articular segments Explain the treatment options and indications for infection. Describe options for obtaining and keeping good and broken nails. reduction while nailing more proximal and distal,diaphyseal fractures. Explain how to minimize the likelihood of complications. and how to recognize and manage complications when. they occur,Chair Co chair,person person International faculty. Hayder Abdul Hadi,Rashid Hospital Dubai UAE,Paulo Barbosa. Hospital Quinta D Or Rio de Janeiro Brazil,University of California Davis Sacramento USA. Jong Keon Oh,Korea University Guro Hospital Seoul South Korea.
Ernest Kwek Christopher Finkemeier Chang Wug Oh, Tan Tock Seng Hospital Orthopedic Trauma Kyungpook National University Hospital Daegu. Singapore Singapore Surgeons of North California South Korea. Carmichael USA,Regional faculty,Martin Hessmann,Academic Teaching Hospital Fulda Fulda Germany. Christian Kammerlander, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich Munich Germany. AO Trauma Masters Course Current Concepts Upper Extremity I 9. Self directed learning module,Pediatric fractures,Learning objectives. Tuesday December 3 2019 Thursday December 5 2019, Pediatric fractures of the upper extremity Pediatric fractures of the lower extremity.
Upon completion of this module participants will be able to Upon completion of this module participants will be able to. Recognize how bone characteristics and fracture Recognize how bone characteristics and fracture. classification are different in children and adolescents classification are different in children and adolescents. compared to adults and describe how this affects bone compared to adults and describe how this affects bone. healing and fracture management healing and fracture management. Evaluate a range of nonsurgical and surgical options for Evaluate a range of nonsurgical and surgical options for. the treatment of common pediatric fractures of the upper the treatment of common pediatric fractures of the lower. extremity extremity, Manage pediatric upper limb fractures according to Manage pediatric lower limb fractures according to. biological and mechanical principles and apply biological and mechanical principles and apply. appropriate techniques and technologies appropriate techniques and technologies. meaningful knowledge skills and understanding that we hope will translate into improved patient care If you enjoy your experience this week and want to stay in touch we invite you to become a member of AO Trauma Doctors of medicine and osteopathy who have completed AO Trauma basic principles course are eligible for membership contact us to learn more Yours sincerely Wa el Taha

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