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Industry Session Schedule 4

Friday, October 23

Oberd - 12:00 - 1:00 PM Central Time

Outcome measurement: Philosophy to implementation
Faculty: Edward K. Rodriguez, MD / Michael Suk, MD

Dr. Michael Suk from Geisinger Musculoskeletal Institute and Dr. Edward K. Rodriquez from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center join us to discuss how they use patient-reported outcomes data to continuously monitor and improve quality. They'll share their personal experiences implementing successful patient-reported data collection programs, pitfalls to avoid, and weigh in on what to look for in a data collection platform.

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3M+KCI - 2:00 - 3:00 PM Central Time

Optimizing Outcomes: Next Generation Negative Pressure Therapy For Lower Extremity
Faculty:  
Brett Crist, MD / Ravi Karia, MD

You’re invited to join Brett Crist, MD and Ravi Karia, MD for this symposium, designed to increase knowledge of appropriate and safe use of ciNPT and improve outcomes in lower extremity surgery. They will review clinical evidence, case studies and provide a practical demonstration of the latest evolution in incision and surrounding soft tissue management in lower extremity.
• Understand the impact of surgical site infections  • Tips and pearls for successful outcomes in lower extremity surgery  
• Review recent evidence examining the importance of using negative pressure therapy for incision and surrounding tissue management • Discuss case examples of outcomes associated with negative pressure therapy in complex lower extremity cases • Take part in a question-and-answer session

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DePuy Synthes - 2:00 - 3:00 PM Central Time

Flexible Syndesmotic Repair with the FIBULINK® System
Faculty: 
 Michael Swords, DO / Sarang Desai, DO 

Dr. Swords and Dr. Desai will present the new DePuy Synthes FIBULINK® Flexible Syndesmosis Repair System, including clinical literature review, case outcomes, surgical technique and best practices.

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Skeletal Dynamics - 2:00 - 3:00 PM Central Time

Advances in the Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures
Faculty:  Jorge Orbay, MD

This session will focus on technological and technique related advances in the treatment of distal radius fractures.  The format will include didactic presentations, cases presentations, surgical demonstrations and an opportunity for question and answer.  Featured products will include the GEMINUS Volar Distal Radius System, the DORSAL SPANNING PLATE and PROTEAN fragment plating options. 

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Smith & Nephew - 2:00 - 3:00 PM Central Time

S+N OTA Industry Session: Mini Fragment Plating for Advanced Reduction Techniques
Faculty:  
Yelena Bogdan, MD / Reza Firoozabadi, MD / Cliff Jones, MD

This educational session will be driven by interactive case reviews and panel discussions. Our esteemed faculty will present their clinical experiences around the use of mini fragment plating for advanced reduction techniques. Topics will include general principles of reduction, surgical technique overviews, treatment of periarticular fractures and fractures involving intramedullary nails.

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SI-Bone - 3:00 - 3:50 PM Central Time

Trauma in the SI Joint: Indications for Fusion
Faculty: Craig Bartlett, MD / Bharat Desai, MD / Douglas Dirschl, MD / Michael Gardner, MD / Charles Moon, MD

Featuring five prominent surgeons that will discuss the use of iFuse-3D for SI joint fusion in acute and non-traumatic fractures of the pelvic ring.  The following will be covered:
• The downward spiral of non-surgical treatment for non-traumatic sacral fractures, and complications with current surgical treatment modalities
• Percutaneous posterior stabilization for high energy pelvic fractures: is a “good reduction” good enough?
• Early evidence for and case studies of SI joint fusion in low energy non-traumatic sacral fractures and high energy acute pelvic trauma

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Thursday, October 15 - 6:00 – 7:00 pm Central Time

NuVasive

Managing complex segmental defects with the Precice® Bone Transport Nail
Faculty:  
Matthew GardnerStephen Quinnan / Jason Stoneback / Gerard Slobogean

Introducing the new all-internal Precice® Bone Transport System, the latest advancement from NuVasive Specialized Orthopedics, Inc, designed to treat segmental bone defects. Due to the limitations of current solutions in the market, the need for a reliable and simple approach for bone transport procedures is prevalent. The Precice® Bone Transport nail delivers strength and stability for better patient satisfaction with this challenging procedure. Our surgeon faculty will share their early clinical results with the Precice Bone Transport Nail and their experience into how this new nail is changing their treatment algorithm for their patients with complex and challenging segmental bone loss.  Time will be set aside for questions and answers at the end of the session.

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Tuesday, October 20

LifeNet Health - 12:00 - 1:00 PM Central time

Use of ViviGen® Cellular Bone Allograft in Orthopaedic Trauma – Do we Even Need Iliac Crest Anymore?
Faculty:  Richard S. Yoon, MD

ViviGen is a cellular allograft intended for repair or reconstruction of musculoskeletal defects and is being utilized in fusion, non-union, and malunion for trauma and reconstruction in patients with compromised biology. It provides all three elements necessary for bone healing providing an alternative to autograft while avoiding the complications and operating room time associated with autograft. Dr. Richard S. Yoon is the Director of Orthopedic Research in the Division of Orthopaedic Trauma & Adult Reconstruction at Jersey City Medical Center. He will be sharing his experience with ViviGen® Cellular Bone Allograft and PliaFX® Prime Moldable Demineralized Fibers followed by Q&A.

DePuy Synthes - 6:00 – 7:00 pm Central Time

Smooth Operating with the New Radial Head Replacement System 
Facutly:  Michael Holzman, MD

During this session we will take a deep dive into the anatomy of the elbow, discuss plating options for some of the most common fracture patterns and showcase the newly launched Radial Head Replacement System which includes some innovative features to make this one of a kind procedure more efficient with less confusion!

Zimmer Biomet -6:00 – 7:00 pm Central Time

Upper Extremities: Cases and Solutions
Faculty
:  Paul Kiritsis, M.D.

Join us at the UPPER EXTREMITIES: CASES AND SOLUTIONS COURSE to explore and discuss humeral and clavicle fracture cases, reviewing treatment options.

WednesdaY, October 21

Skeletal Dynamics -12:00 – 1:00 pm Central Time

Advances in the Treatment of Elbow Trauma
Faculty:  Jorge Orbay, MD

This session will focus on technological and technique related advances in the treatment of distal elbow fracture-dislocations utilizing the DISTAL ELBOW SET.  The format will include didactic presentations, cases presentations, surgical demonstrations and an opportunity for question and answer. The DISTAL ELBOW SET includes the ALIGN Radial Head, the IJS Elbow Stabilization System, REDUCT Headless Compression Screws, the PROXIMAL ULNA PLATE and PROTEAN Radial Head and Coronoid Plates. 

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DePuy Synthes - 5:00 - 5:50 PM Central Time

Innovations in Segmental Defect Treatment
Facutly: Richard Yoon, MD / Charles Jordan, MD

Clinical experts share their early experiences of using the new RIA 2 (Reamer Irrigator Aspirator) and the innovative 3D printed TRUMATCH Graft Cage for treating large segmental defects.

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Nuvasive - 8:40 - 9:40 PM Central Time

Managing complex segmental defects with the Precice® Bone Transport Nail
Faculty:  
Matthew GardnerStephen Quinnan / Jason Stoneback / Gerard Slobogean

Introducing the new all-internal Precice® Bone Transport System, the latest advancement from NuVasive Specialized Orthopedics, Inc, designed to treat segmental bone defects. Due to the limitations of current solutions in the market, the need for a reliable and simple approach for bone transport procedures is prevalent. The Precice® Bone Transport nail delivers strength and stability for better patient satisfaction with this challenging procedure. Our surgeon faculty will share their early clinical results with the Precice Bone Transport Nail and their experience into how this new nail is changing their treatment algorithm for their patients with complex and challenging segmental bone loss.  Time will be set aside for questions and answers at the end of the session.

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paragon 28 - 8:40 - 9:40 PM Central Time

Emerging Concepts and Research in Pilon Fx, Ankle Fx and Syndesmosis Repair
Faculty: 
John Y. Kwon, MD

Dr. Kwon will discuss Paragon 28’s Gorilla® Ankle Fracture, Pilon Plating Systems and the R3LEASE™ Soft Tissue Stabilization System, including research and technologies in addressing fractures of the fibula, distal tibia, and repair of the Syndesmosis.   

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Medtronic - 8:40 - 9:40 PM Central Time

Hemostasis / Blood Management in Orthopedic Trauma:  Tips with the Aquamantys™ Bipolar Sealer
Faculty:  Dr. Steven Lochow, MD

A total joint surgeons perspective on establishing a blood management protocol during Orthopedic Trauma Cases

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Thursday, October 22

Stryker - 12:00 - 1:00 PM Central Time

VariAx 2 Mini Fragment System Complex Case Panel
Faculty: Julius Bishop, MD / Jason Lowe, MD / Daniel Stahl, MD

The use of mini fragment plates and screws is a growing trend in orthopaedics and has become more commonly used for a variety of techniques and applications throughout the body. Join our expert panel for a discussion as they share their experiences when using mini fragment plates and screws during complex cases. They will take a deeper dive into different techniques and applications including provisional fixation, supplemental fixation, and definitive fixation on its own or in conjunction with another implant. This session will be a balance of complex case discussion and live Q&A. We encourage all attendees to bring their questions and join the conversation.

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Acumed - 4:00 - 5:00 PM Central Time

Modern Solutions to Intramedullary Nailing of the Fibula
Faculty: Douglas Lucas, DO

Please join us and Dr. Douglas Lucas for a session focused on today’s technology and techniques in intramedullary nailing of the fibula. The hour will include didactic presentations, case reviews and an opportunity for questions and answers. The featured product is Acumed’s new Fibula Nail 2.

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Smith & Nephew -  5:00 - 5:50 PM Central Time

S+N OTA Industry Session: Current Concepts of Periprosthetic Fractures
Faculty:  
George Babikian, MD / William Ricci, MD / Tracy Watson, MD

This educational session will be driven by interactive case reviews and panel discussions. Our esteemed faculty will share their clinical experiences, treatment algorithms and general perspective on the challenges of treating periprosthetic fractures. Topics will include various periprosthetic fractures around hip and knee prostheses.

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Zimmer Biomet -  8:20 - 9:20 PM Central Time

A.L.P.S.® Clavicle Plating System

Come join us at the A.L.P.S.® CLAVICLE PLATING SYSTEM Course to review the clavicle anatomy, fracture patterns, treatment options and the solutions we provide to address them.
Faculty:  Carl Basamania, M.D.

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