7th European Pelvic Course 2019

4th–6th April 2019 • Amsterdam

7th European Pelvic Course 2019

4th–6th April 2019 • Amsterdam

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Venue morning lectures and group discussions
Dorint Hotel Hamburg-Eppendorf
Martinistraße 72
20251 Hamburg/DE

Venue afternoon cadaver sessions
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Department of Anatomy
Building “Nord N61”
Martinistraße 52
20246 Hamburg/DE

Date
22nd-24th March 2018

Prof. Dr. med. Johannes M. Rueger
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (Hamburg/DE)

Prof. Dr. med. Lars G. Großterlinden
Asklepios Klinik Altona (Hamburg/DE)

PD Dr. med. Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
Dr. med. Jan P. Kolb (Hamburg/DE)

University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (Hamburg/DE)

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The official course language will be English.

08:30 Registration
09:00 Introduction
Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
09:05 Course overview
Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
09:15–10:45 Morning lectures I
Diagnostics and surgical treatment in pelvic fractures
Moderators Mark Rickman (Adelaide,SA/AU) Henry C. Sagi (Seattle, WA//US)
09:15 Anatomy and radiographic assessment of the pelvis
Frank van der Heijden (Tilburg/NL)
09:40 Classification of pelvic ring fractures
Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
10:05 Emergency management of pelvic injuries
Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB)
10:30 Discussion
10:45 Coffee break
11:00–12:05 Morning lectures II
Diagnostics and surgical treatment in pelvic fractures
continued
Moderators  Frank van der Heijden (Tilburg/NL)
Klaus A. Siebenrock (Bern/CH)
11:00 Anterior approaches: Pfannenstiel and anterior approach to the SI joint
Ivan Marintschev (Jena/DE)
11:25 Posterior approach to the sacrum and spinopelvic fixation – indication and techniques
Wolfgang Lehmann (Göttingen/DE)
11:50 Discussion
12:05 Lunch break
12:50-17:50 Afternoon cadaver sessions
Table 1: Kocher-Langenbeck approach
Table 2: Ilioinguinal approach
Table 3: Anterior intrapelvic approach/Stoppa
Table 4: Surgical hip dislocation
Table 5: Iliosacral screw placement
Table 6: Practical exercises – ORIF on fracture bone models (novel reduction clamps, supra-/infrapectineal plates)
Table 7: Stabilization of the posterior pelvic ring
Table 8: Supraacetabular external fixation/pelvic anatomy/pelvic clamp/pelvic binder
14:20-14.35 Coffee break
16:05-16:20 Coffee break
18:00–19:30 Group discussions
Group I Emanuel Gautier (Fribourg/CH)
Florian Gras (Jena/DE)
Lars G. Großterlinden (Hamburg/DE)
Mark Rickman (Adelaide,SA/AU)
Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
Group II Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB)
Ulf Culemann (Celle/DE)
Ivan Marintschev (Jena/DE)
Wolfgang Lehmann(Göttingen/DE)
Henry C. Sagi (Seattle, WA/US)
Group III Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
Frank van der Heijden (Tilburg/NL)
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
Klaus A. Siebenrock (Bern/CH)
Anthony Ward (Bristol/GB)
19:30 End of first day
08:30–10:30 Morning lectures I
Diagnostics and surgical treatment of acetabular fractures
Moderators Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB)
Ivan Marintschev (Jena/DE)
08:30 Classification of acetabular fractures
Emanuel Gautier (Fribourg/CH)
08:55 Indication for surgery and decision making
Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
09:20 Kocher Langenbeck approach – indication and technique
Lars G. Großterlinden (Hamburg/DE)
09:45  Surgical hip dislocation – indication and technique
Klaus A. Siebenrock (Bern/CH)
10:10 Discussion
10:30 Coffee break
10:55-12:20 Morning lectures II
Diagnostics and surgical treatment of acetabular fractures – continued
Moderators Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
Anthony Ward (Bristol/GB)
10:55 Ilioinguinal approach – indication and technique
Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
11:20 Anterior intrapelvic approach (Stoppa) – indication and technique
Henry C. Sagi (Seattle, WA/US)
11:45  Pararectus approach – indication and technique
Klaus-Dieter Schaser (Dresden/DE)
12:10 Discussion
12:25-13:15 Lunch break
13:15-18:15 Afternoon cadaver sessions
Table 1: Kocher-Langenbeck approach
Table 2: Ilioinguinal approach
Table 3: Anterior intrapelvic approach/Stoppa
Table 4: Surgical hip dislocation
Table 5: Iliosacral screw placement
Table 6: Practical exercises – ORIF on fracture bone models (novel reduction clamps, supra-/infrapectineal plates)
Table 7: Stabilization of the posterior pelvic ring
Table 8: Supraacetabular external fixation/pelvic anatomy/pelvic clamp/pelvic binder
14:45-15:00 Coffee break
16:30-16:45 Coffee break
19:00 Course dinner
09:00–10:00 Morning lectures I
The future in pelvic fracture surgery
Moderators Ulf Culemann (Celle/DE)
Lars G. Großterlinden (Hamburg/DE)
09:00 Pelvic trauma in the elderly – the future challenge
Ulf Culemann (Celle/DE)
09:25 Computer navigated pelvic surgery
Florian Gras (Jena/DE)
09:50 Discussion
10:00 Coffee break
10:15-11:15 Morning lectures II
Revision and replacement arthroplasty in acetabular fractures
Moderators Emanuel Gautier (Fribourg/CH)
Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
10:15 Indication and revision in surgical malreductions
Anthony Ward (Bristol/GB)
10:40 Acute total hip replacement
Mark Rickman (Adelaide, SA/AU)
11:05 Discussion
11:15 Lunch break
12:00-15:15 Afternoon cadaver sessions
Table 1: Kocher-Langenbeck approach
Table 2: Ilioinguinal approach
Table 3: Anterior intrapelvic approach/Stoppa
Table 4: Surgical hip dislocation
Table 5: Iliosacral screw placement
Table 6: Practical exercises – ORIF on fracture bone models (novel reduction clamps, supra-/infrapectineal plates)
Table 7: Stabilization of the posterior pelvic ring
Table 8: Supraacetabular external fixation/pelvic anatomy/pelvic clamp/pelvic binder
13:30-13:45 Coffee break
15:30 Course summary and close
Johannes M. Rueger (Hamburg/DE)
16:00 End of course