• Making acetabular revision simple and reproducible

    Mr Stephen Jones, Dr Ran Schwarzkopf, and Dr Richard McCalden.

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    This webinar examines techniques, algorithms and implant selection as a means to achieve simple and reproducible results in acetabular revision. Outlining how to effectively classify and treat defects and the role of dual mobility cups, the faculty discuss how implant design and the use of augments contribute to stability.

  • Making femoral revision simple and reproducible

    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf, Dr Thorsten Seyler, and Mr Sujith Konan.

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    Examining optimal approaches to femoral reconstruction, this webinar discusses defects and implant design in complex revision cases. Using patient case studies and relevant clinical data, the faculty outline defect types and bone loss, how the REDAPT™ Femoral Stem design contributes to reproducible results, and key tips for success.

  • Optimising Outcomes in Hip Revision – Dislocation

    Mr Stephen Jones and Dr ran Schwarzkopf.

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    An in-depth discussion of the burden and causes of dislocation in hip revision arthroplasty, including implant selection and hip-spine assessment.
    An analysis of implant design rationale – with a particular focus on dual mobility – examines the impact on stability, corrosion, and failure rates; with techniques and considerations for hip-spine assessment outlining correlations to procedural approach and outcomes.

  • Hot Topics in Hip Revision – Periprosthetic Fracture

    Prof Christian Götze, Mr Sujith Konan, and Dr David Watson.

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    Outlining the principles and challenges of periprosthetic fracture, this session focuses on internal fixation solutions and technique tips for revision arthroplasty; including guidance for intra-operative fracture. Using case examples, the faculty discuss effective classification, treatment algorithms, and the importance of implant choice.

     

  • Hip Revision Surgical Technique Review – The REDAPT™ System

    Dr Richard McCalden and Mr Stephen Jones, and Dr James Woods.

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    This review of the hip revision technique using the REDAPT system examines how implant selection and surgical approach affect patient outcomes. With an analysis of how design features influence factors such as stability and corrosion, the faculty share technique tips for femoral and acetabular revision – in the face of various challenges – in a case-based discussion.

  • Hot topics in Knee Revision part I : Mal-positioning in TKA,...

    Dr Jose Rodriguez, Dr Gijs van Hellemondt, and Dr Richard McCalden.

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    Expert surgeons discuss the controversies and considerations for mal-positioning of the knee; the appropriate use of additional metaphyseal fixation; and effective use of a stem. Presenting clinical evidence and patient case studies, they debate implant design and other relevant factors that shape decision-making.

  • Hot Topics in Knee Revisions Part 2

    Dr Koen Defoort, Dr James Murray, and Dr Ran Schwarzkopf.

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    Highlighting key principles and considerations for the effective treatment of unstable knees, the expert faculty shares insights and guidance for surgical decision-making. Analysing the patella and extensor mechanism, and appropriate use of a hinge, the faculty reviews various implant choices and their corresponding techniques.

  • Managing Bone Loss and Multi-Directional Instability

    Dr Jack Bowling, Dr Alvin Ong, and Mr Andrew Porteous.

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    A review of effective treatment strategies and key considerations for bone loss and multi-directional instability of the knee. Sharing insights for pre-operative assessment and planning, the faculty outlines detailed technique guidance for various implants and surgical approaches; including the appropriate use of a hinge.

  • Infection Management in Total Joint Replacement

    Mr Sujith Konan, Dr Herrick Siegel, and Dr Gijs van Hellemondt.

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    An expert analysis of best practices to identify, treat, and manage the challenge of infection in complex total joint surgery. Outlining current approaches and controversies – including a comparison of both one-stage and two-stage strategies, and a review of the DAIR approach - the faculty discuss how scientific data and use of a clinical algorithm contribute to decision-making.