Objective


An updating course of arthroscopy and techniques of wrist and hand reconstructive surgery with two levels:
BASIC and ADVANCED.

Aimed at doctors specialised in orthopedics and traumatology, resident doctors of 4 and 5, physiotherapists, and occupational therapists with a special interest in hand and wrist surgery, especially in assisted techniques by arthroscopy.

 

Course Organization


Hand Surgery and Microsurgery Unit.
University Hospital HM Monte Príncipe. HM Hospitals.
University CEU San Pablo.
Boadilla del Monte, Madrid, Spain.

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Course details


A technical-practical course with cadaver practice of 3 days:
1 day for Basic course.
2 days for Advanced course.
Mornings: Theoric sessions.
Afternoons: Practical sessions.
The guest professors will present a 5 minute video that the participants will then develop on the cadaver,
being an estimated time of 30-45 minutes for practice.

2 Participants per specimen.

 

Course structure


Basic course (Wednesday 12th February)
. Theoretical topics and practical sessions in the cad-lab on basic techniques and intermediate level.
. Session of clinical cases and discussion round-tables.
. 15 topics.
. 9 practical sessions in cad-lab by faculties.
. 1 masterclass in cad-lab.

Advanced course (Thursday 13th and Friday 14th February)
. Theoretical topics and practical sessions in the cad-lab about advanced techniques of arthroscopy and
reconstructive surgery.
. Questions live «on-line» with a specific App.
. 27 topics distributed in 6 sessions.
. 4 live surgeries transmitted to the venue from Hospital Universitario HM Montepríncipe.
. 16 practical sessions in cad-lab by faculties.
. 6 masterclass in cad-lab by faculties.

HIGHLIGHTED TOPICS

Scapholunate ligament reconstruction
TFCC injuries
New concepts in ligament injuries
Fractures and dislocations
Reconstruction surgery for articular injuries
CMC & small joints