8th European Pelvic Course 2020

7th–9th May 2020 • Amsterdam

8th European Pelvic Course 2020

7th–9th May 2020 • Amsterdam

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Thank you for your interest in the 8th European Pelvic Course 2020 from 7th to 8th May 2020 in Amsterdam.

08.30 Registration
09.00
Lecture room ground floor
Introduction and course overview Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB), Wolfgang Lehmann (Göttingen/DE)
09.15-10.35
Lecture room ground floor
Morning session I Surgical treatment of pelvic fractures
Chairs Mark Rickmann (Adelaide, SA/AU), Teo Tosounidis (GR)
09.15-09.35   Radiographic assessment and classification of pelvic ring injuries Maximilian J. Hartel (Hamburg/DE)
09.35-09.55     Emergency management of pelvic fractures Tim Chesser (Bristol/GB)
Debate pelvic packing vs. angiography and embolisation
09.55-10.10   The case for pelvic packing Jan Erik Madsen (Oslo/NO)
10.10-10.25   The case for angiographic embolisation  Nik Kanakaris (Leeds/GB)
10.25-10.35 Discussion and participant vote (ARS Audience response system)
10.35-10.50 Coffee break
10.50-11.45
Lecture room ground floor
Morning session II Surgical treatment of pelvic fractures – continued
Chairs Marius Keel (Bern/CH), Martin Bircher (London/GB)
10.50-11.10   Surgical treatment of posterior pelvic ring injuries Wolfgang Lehmann (Göttingen/DE)
11.10-11.30   Surgical treatment of anterior pelvic ring injuries Paul Harnett (London/GB)
11.30-11.40 Discussion
11.45-12.30
Lecture room ground floor
Case based discussion I – Classification and treatment of pelvic fractures (full group discussion)
Chairs Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB), Wolfgang Lehmann (Göttingen/DE)
12.30-13.15 Lunch break
13.15-18.15 Afternoon cadaver sessions
Wet lab Amsterdam Wet lab New York Table 1: Kocher-Langenbeck approach
Table 2: Ilio sacral screws and percutaneous column screws
Table 3: Anterior intra pelvic approach
Table 4: Surgical hip dislocation
Table 5: Posterior approach to pelvis (C-arm)
Table 6: Pararectus approach
14.45-15.00 Coffee break
16.30-16.45 Coffee break
18.30-20.00
Lecture rooms ground floor/first floor
Case based discussion II – Complex pelvic fractures (small group discussion)
08.30-10.30
Lecture room ground floor
Morning session I Diagnostics and surgical treatment of acetabular fractures
Chairs Jan Erik Madsen (Oslo/NO), Stephan Sehmisch (Göttingen/DE)
08.30-09.00 Classification of acetabular fractures Emanuel Gautier (Fribourg/CH)
09.00-09.25 Ilioinguinal approach indication and technique Martin Bircher (London/GB)
09.25-09.50 Anterior intra pelvic approach indication and technique Henry Claude Sagi (Seattle, WA/US)
09.50-10.15 Pararectus approach - indication and technique Marius Keel (Bern/CH)
10.15-10.30 Discussion
10.30-10.45 Coffee break
10.45-12.00
Lecture room ground floor
Morning session II Diagnostics and surgical treatment of acetabular fractures – continued
Chairs Henry Claude Sagi (Seattle, WA/US), Nik Kanakaris (Leeds/GB)
10.45-11.05 Kocher-Langenbeck approach indication and technique Lars G. Großterlinden (Hamburg/DE)
11.05-11.25 Surgical dislocation of the hip - indication and technique Moritz Tannast (Bern/CH)
11.25-11.45 Two approaches for acetabular fracture fixation indication and technique Mez Acharya (Bristol/GB)
11.45-12.00 Discussion
12.00-12.45
Lecture room ground floor
Case based discussion III – Classification and treatment of acetabular fractures (full group discussion)
12.45-13.30 Lunch break
13.30-18.30 Afternoon cadaver sessions
Wet lab Amsterdam Table 1: Kocher-Langenbeck approach
Wet lab New York Table 2: Ilio sacral screws and percutaneous column screws
  Table 3: Anterior intra pelvic approach
  Table 4: Surgical hip dislocation
  Table 5: Posterior approach to pelvis (C-arm)
  Table 6: Pararectus approach
15.00-15.15 Coffee break
16.45-17.00 Coffee break
19.30 Course dinner at the restaurant „Het Bosch Waterfront”

 

 

09.00-10.00
Lecture room ground floor
Morning session I – Case based discussion IV – Complex acetabular fractures (small group discussion)
10.00-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-11.30 Morning session II Current concepts in pelvic and acetabular trauma
Chairs Tim Pohlemann (Homburg/DE)
10.30-10.55 Management of pelvic fractures in the elderly Amir Matityahu (San Francisco, CA/US)
10.55-11.20 Elderly acetabular fractures fix vs. replace Mark Rickman (Adelaide, SA/AU)
11.20-11.45 Surgical malreductions indications and techniques
Tim Pohlemann (Homburg/DE)
11.45-12.00 Discussion
12.00-12.15 Course summary and closing remarks
12.15-13.00 Lunch