SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

Thursday September 12th, 2019

 

08:45-11:00 - A MATTER OF SUBSTANCE: THE REALITY OF REGISTRIES 

Opening Ceremony & Welcome Address

Lecture 1: In 2019, what does one expect from a femoral stem?

Organization of the registries in the world 

AUSTRALIA: Practical operation, results, trends

UK: Practical operation, results, trends

USA: Practical operation, results, trends

MAYO CLINIC: Practical operation, results, trends

ITALY: Practical operation, results, trends

ODEP: An asset for the industry?

Round Table: Limits and place of registries

Discussion

 

11:15-12:45 - INDUSTRY WORKSHOPS (MAJOR SPONSORS)

DEPUY: A unique stem but many solutions: Corail in all her forms.

LEPINE: Which role for the implants in Rapid Recovery After Surgery of the hip: Design, Fixation, Approach and Results.

STRYKER: Innovation in hip replacement: from implants design to Mako robotic-arm assisted surgery. 

 

14:00-16:00 - A QUESTION OF TIME: THE FIXATION (PART 1)

Lecture 2: Cemented stems our experience at HSS

CEMENTED FIXATION

Discussion

Lecture 3: Cementless stems its history

CEMENTLESS FIXATION

Discussion

Srendipity: the story of the Corail stem

The influence of femoral morphology and filling on bone integration of a cementless stem

Battle : Adapt the stem to the bone?

Battle : Adapt the bone to the stem?

 

16:30-18:00 - A QUESTION OF TIME: THE FIXATION (PART 2)

Lecture 4: Regulatory obligations and assessment 

MEDICO ECONOMIC SYMPOSIUM: Has the industry anticipated, followed or influenced the market?

Neck fracture: case report and discussion

DDH case report cemented stem

DDH case report cementless stem

Mal union case report 

Mal union after osteotomy case report 

ORIF Failure after femoral neck fracture case report

Paget's disease case report and discussion

 

Friday September 13th, 2019

 

8:15-10:15 - A QUESTION OF DESIGN (PART 1) - SHORT STEMS

Lecture 5: Short stems a new paradigm

The world of short stems classification 

Proximal femoral anatomy and stem design 

Short stem in Germany

Short stem in USA

Short stem in Canada

Short stem in Australia 

Short stem in France

Short stem in France 

Short stem in France

Discussion

Can we shorten a cemented stem?

Battle: Short stems vs standard stems

Battle: Standard stems vs short stems

Discussion

 

10:45-12:30 - A QUESTION OF DESIGN (PART 2)

Lecture 6: Respect the anatomy

Battle: Homothety pros

Battle: Homothety cons 

Custom stems

Modularity, corrosion 

What is the ideal neck and taper?

Discussion

Collar and cementless fixation

Collar and cemented fixation

Battle: Collar - Pros & Cons 

Clinical Series 

Discussion

 

14:00-15:30 – FEMORAL STEM: A QUESTION OF TECHNIQUE (PART 1)

Lecture 7: Cement techniques history and evolution 

How do I cement the stem (Exeter)

How do I cement the stem (Cochin)

How do I cement the stem (HSS NY)

Discussion

Broaching in cementless fixation 

Cementless fixation (1): pro-op planning, femoral preparation, implantation video

Cementless fixation (2): pre-op planning, femoral preparation, implantation video

Short stems: implantation techniques 

Is varus or valgus deleterious in cementless implantation?

Does the approach matter on the stem choice?

Discussion

 

16:00-18:00 – FEMORAL STEM: A QUESTION OF TECHNIQUE (PART 2)

Lecture 8: Virtual reality

Yes to 3D pre-op planning, why?

No to 3D pre-op planning, why?

New technologies, trends in South America

I sail alone

Canada: Robots pros or cons

Robotic in USA

From navigation to robotic in France

Discussion 

3D printing 

New coastings nanoparticles

New coatings anti-infection

Discussion 

Take Home Message & Conclusion

 

 

All presentations will be given in French and English.  
Simultaneous translation (English & French) will be provided to the participants. 

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