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2020 Educational Objectives

Mid-Term Results of the Taperloc Complete Microplasty Femoral Stem | Adolph Lombardi, MD
The use of short femoral components in primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) represents an attractive option.  Advocates tout bone preservation and ease of use in less invasive surgical approaches.

  • Articulate the design rationale of tapered, cementless stems for primary total hip arthroplasty, and the evolution in design for the Taperloc stem from its introduction through current features.
  • Identify the advantages of the short stem concept in total hip arthroplasty, and distinguish the different trends in current short stem designs.
  • Evaluate the published results of the Taperloc Complete Microplasty stem in total hip arthroplasty and those of its antecedents.

The Pursuit of Perfection in Total Knee Arthroplasty | Adolph Lombardi, MD
Total knee arthroplasty has been an enormously successful procedure for several decades, but continues to evolve in pursuit of greater perfection. Surgeons are met with high expectation, internet savvy patients who want the best possible outcomes on a consistent basis. Instrumentation and technique have evolved from simple, sometimes bulky, manual tools to less invasive approaches and more streamlined, sophisticated, calibrated guides for accurate bone cuts and alignment to smart tools, dynamic intraoperative sensors for better soft tissue balancing, patient-specific guides, computer navigation, and robotics.

  • Articulate the evolution of technology used to perform total knee arthroplasty from early simple manual instruments to more sophisticated instruments used with less invasive approaches to modern smart tools, sensors, guides, and navigation.
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of newer technologies for improving ligamentous balancing and component alignment in total knee arthroplasty.
  • Evaluate all technology based on how it can make you a better surgeon, helping you deliver the best operation and most optimal care in the most efficient manner.

Can You Treat 20 to 50% of Primary Knee Patients with Partials? | Adolph Lombardi, MD
Enhanced appreciation of normal knee kinematics and the inability to replicate these in the replaced total knee have led to increased enthusiasm for partial knee arthroplasty.

  • Articulate the indications and patient selection criteria for the various types of partial knee arthroplasty: medial, lateral, and patellofemoral.
  • Evaluate the published results of partial knee arthroplasty in peer reviewed literature.
  • Identify the benefits of partial knee arthroplasty for patients with mono-compartmental degenerative disease of the knee.

Advances in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: What’s New in the United States? | Adolph Lombardi, MD
Growing numbers of patients undergo arthroplasty safely with same day discharge. In determining which patients are candidates for outpatient arthroplasty, selection has been scrutinized, including modifiable risk factors for complications that can be optimized preoperatively to ensure a positive outcome.

  • Develop and implement an outpatient arthroplasty program at your institution, including protocols to medically optimize all patients to undergo arthroplasty surgery.
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of new technologies to identify those that could enhance your delivery of patient care and improve outcomes and survival.
  • Articulate the published results and advantages of newer devices including dual mobility articulations in total hip arthroplasty and ultra-congruent bearings in total knee arthroplasty.

Lisfranc Injuries – When and How to Treat | Anish Kadakia, MD
A review of Lisfranc Injuries – with a primary focus on outcomes in athletes and when to fix or fuse the midfoot. 

  • Understand the patho-anatomy of the injury
  • Review controversy of fixation vs. fusion with a focus on the different columns
  • Outcomes in athletes

Operation Walk/Freedom to Move | Paul Duwelius, MD
Present the organizations mission statement for our regional Operation Walk Chapter

  • Who we are as an organization.
  • What we do and where we go in the Dominican Republic
  • What do participants of our regional chapter Operation Walk-Freedom to Move get out of going on one of these mission trips

Surgical Approaches to Total Hip Replacement | Paul Duwelius, MD
Presentation on the current options for surgical approaches to the total hip arthroplasty. A comprehensive meta-analysis and review of contemporary orthopaedic literature will be presented.

  • Understanding of the Ttree approaches (DAA, AL, PL)
  • What is the real learning curve?
  • What are the real versus perceived differences in surgical approaches: complication rates, outcomes and learning curves will all be presented

Prevention of Infection: Disrupting Chain of Transfer | Javad Parvizi, MD
Will present data on the importance of disruption of chain of transfer of pathogens that is pertinent to the current pandemic but relies on the overall wisdom we have gained over the centuries regarding the importance of hand washing and basic hygiene

  • Teach about the importance of hand washing
  • Methods to reduce bioburden
  • Ability to reduce SSI

Periprosthetic Joint Infection: Orthopedics on the Verge of an Evolution | Javad Parvizi, MD
Speaker will describe the recent developments in orthopaedics related to microbiome and next generation sequencing

  • Methods for diagnosis of infection
  • Strategies to alter microbiome
  • Immune enhancing methods

Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis: Money, Politics or Patient Outcomes? | Javad Parvizi, MD
The issues related to prevention of VTE after orthopaedic procedures will be discussed

  • To convince the speakers that prevention of VTE should be a multiprong approach and not a single aggressive anticoagulation drug

Complex Primary Hip and Knee Arthroplasty | Kathryn Schabel, MD
Presentation of medically and surgically complex hip and knee arthroplasty cases.

  • Explain details of preoperative planning in complex cases
  • Understand role of custom vs standard implants
  • Describe indications for arthroplasty in complex patient populations

AAOS Update | Joseph Bosco III, MD
This presentation will provide MDs with a review of the AAOS advocacy education and quality activities offered over the last six to nine months.

  • Understand advocacy issues facing AAOS
  • Learn how the AAOS is working with state societies to assist in state based issues
  • Learn about the 2021 Annual Meeting

Healthcare Industry Consolidation | Joseph Bosco III, MD
This lecture will review the increasing consolidation of the healthcare industry including drivers and consequences for the clinician.

  • Understand the drivers behind healthcare consolidation
  • Define the degree of consolidation
  • Understand the consequences for providers and patients

Periarticular Osteotomy for Knee Preservation | Kimberly Workman, MD
This course will review indications for periarticular knee osteotomies including appropriate patient selection.

  • Learn how to analyze periarticular knee deformities and choose appropriate procedure
  • Learn what the expected outcomes are including outcomes of TKA after osteotomy
  • Understand how periarticular osteotomy compares to partial knee replacement

SIGN Program: Orthopaedic Outreach Overseas | Richard Gellman, MD
Review current trends in humanitarian orthopaedic care and highlight SIGN (Surgical Implant Generation Network).

  • Educate audience about the SIGN organization
  • Inspire humanitarian orthopaedic work
  • Prevent potential pitfalls that might get in the way of helping

Massive Cuff Tears: Joint Preservation vs. Arthroplasty | Patrick Denard, MD
This talk will discuss decision making in choosing between surgical options for massive rotator cuff tears.

  • Understand variable definitions of irreparable rotator cuff tears
  • Understand treatment options based on patient presentation
  • Understand expected outcomes for each approach

Treatment of Acetabular Dysplasia in Adolescents and Young Adults | Thomas Huff, MD
Learn the evaluation and management of painful DDH.

  • Learn to recognize the clinical presentation of DDH
  • Learn the radiographic evaluation of DDH
  • Recognize indications for Peri-Acetabular Osteotomy

Surgical Management of Proximal Femoral Deformity | Thomas Huff, MD
Describes in technique and indications for surgical hip dislocation and intra-articular osteotomy.

  • Provide a detailed description of the blood supply to the hip
  • Describe the technique for safe intra-articular osteotomy of the proximal femur
  • Discuss indications and describe the technological state of the art

Robotics in Orthopedics | Christopher Nanson, MD, MPH
Review of the current state of robotic assisted surgery in total knee arthroplasty.

  • Understand the systems available to assist the surgeon
  • Understand the data supporting the use of assisted surgery
  • Review the economics of robot assisted TKA

Minimizing Opiates in Orthopaedic Surgery | Corey Vande Zandschulp, MD
Discuss the current opioid epidemic in the United States and some ways to lessen narcotic use in orthopaedic surgery.

  • Understand the history of opioid use
  • Understand the current epidemic of opioid abuse in the United States
  • Gain some insights into techniques to minimize narcotic use in orthopaedic surgery

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