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May 05 - May 06, 2017

29th Orthopaedic Trauma - What We Need to Know in 2017

New York



1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036


This course is designed to present advanced instruction of upper and lower extremity trauma to practicing orthopaedic surgeons and orthopaedic residents who have working knowledge of present technology. Participants will be updated on the new techniques and philosophies in the modern management of orthopaedic trauma. Participants will learn to identify and understand the appropriate salvage procedures for difficult trauma cases through didactic lectures, cases presentations and hands-on workshops. The hands-on workshops, with equipment and saw bones, will offer participants the opportunity to apply these new techniques for treating fractures of the upper and lower extremity. Ample individualized instruction will be provided by faculty members. By making physicians aware of these newest options in treatment, we hope to lessen patient morbidity and enhance satisfaction and outcome.

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Orthopaedic Surgeon - Hand Specialty

Orthopaedic Surgeon - Academic

Columbia Orthopaedics

Orthopaedic Surgeon - Trauma Specialty

Orthopaedic Surgeon - Academic

Boston Medical Center


1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

07.00AM - 07.30AM
Registration & Breakfast with Exhibitors
07.30AM - 09.00AM
Session I: Upper Extremity 1
07.55AM - 08.10AM
Distal Humerus Fractures- How Should They be Fixed?
08.10AM - 08.25AM
Ulnar Neuropathy- Treatment Options: Upper Extremity Cases 1- What Went Wrong / Failed ORIF?
08.25AM - 08.30AM
08.40AM - 09.00AM
Panel Discussion
09.00AM - 10.40AM
Session II: Lower Extremity 1
09.15AM - 09.30AM
09.30AM - 09.45AM
09.45AM - 10.00AM
Displaced Femoral Neck Fracture in a 45-year-old- What Works?: Lower Extremity Cases 1- What Went Wrong / Failed ORIF?
10.15AM - 10.20AM
Femoral Neck
11.10AM - 02.35PM
BREAKOUT SESSIONS: 1 HOUR HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS- Audience will rotate through both workshops
11.10AM - 12.10PM
Workshop I- Sponsored by Zimmer-Biomet: Proximal Humeral Plating
12.10PM - 01.10PM
Workshop II- Sponsored by Stryker: Proximal Humeral Plating
02.05PM - 02.35PM
Keynote: Marvin L. Shelton Memorial Lecture- Who Is to Say How A Man or Woman Should Spend Their Days And Nights
02.35PM - 04.10PM
Session III: Upper Extremity 2
04.25PM - 06.25PM
BREAKOUT SESSIONS: 1 HOUR HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS- Audience will rotate through both workshops
04.25PM - 05.25PM
Workshop III- Sponsored by Acumed: Ankle Plating System 3
05.25PM - 06.25PM
Workshop IV- Sponsored by Stryker: Distal Femoral Plating
06.25PM - 06.25PM
Adjourn for the day
07.30AM - 08.50AM
Session IV: Lower Extremity 2
07.45AM - 08.00AM
08.00AM - 08.15AM
Distal Tibia Fractures Nail vs. Plate: Lower Extremity Cases 2: What Went Wrong / Failed ORIF?
08.15AM - 08.20AM
Proximal Tibial Nailing
08.20AM - 08.25AM
08.50AM - 10.30AM
Session V: Upper Extremity 3
10.45AM - 12.05PM
Session VI: Lower Extremity 3
01.00PM - 02.00PM
01.00PM - 02.00PM
Workshop V- Sponsored by Zimmer Biomet: Distal Femoral Plating
02.00PM - 03.30PM
Session VII: Debate Session
02.45PM - 03.00PM
Treatment of Pilon Fracture in 45-Year-Old Diabetic : I do Immediate Ankle Fusion
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