Masters Course—Pelvic and Acetabular Fracture Management
Surgeons participating in this course will learn how to address the severely injured patient in an emergency situation, how to evaluate, diagnose, and classify pelvic ring and acetabular injuries, and determine appropriate timing and indications for interventions. They will be able to apply knowledge and skills in selection and performance of the surgical approach for specific injuries and definitive reconstruction of complex fractures.
A faculty of world experts will cover key concepts of pelvic and acetabular diagnosis and treatment in six modules. Simulation exercises including dissection of anatomical specimens will expose participants to the essentials of the surgical approach and related anatomy. Artificial bone model practicals will give participants experience in the application of different reduction and fixation techniques. All concepts will be expanded and reinforced in interactive group discussions, emphasizing the diagnosis, evaluation, indications, treatment modalities, decision-making processes, and complications.
Mohmoud Abdel Karim Mohamed
This online course is delivered on 3 consecutive days from 12:00 to 16:00 CET (different modules each day consisting of presentations, small group discussions, and other activities). Participants will join online from home for 4 hours each day, and adequate break times will be integrated.
The AO Trauma Course—Pelvic and Acetabular Fracture Management offers experienced participants an understanding of the initial evaluation, stabilization, and definitive treatment of patients with fractures and dislocations of the pelvic ring, acetabulum, or both. The AO Principles, the latest techniques, and up-to-date evidence will be incorporated into the course, guiding participants in developing the knowledge and skills needed to treat these injuries and improve patient outcomes.
Participants should be fully trained orthopedic and/or trauma surgeons with subspecialty interest in the treatment of pelvic and acetabular fractures. They must have already completed the AO Trauma Courses—Basic Principles and Advanced Principles of Fracture Management.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Define key elements in the initial evaluation of pelvic and acetabular fractures
- Classify pelvic and acetabular injuries and recognize the implications for treatment
- Apply emergency treatment and stabilization techniques for pelvic ring injuries and initial management of acetabular fractures
- Demonstrate appropriate decision-making and operative planning strategies
- Define indications and apply surgical approaches to the pelvis and acetabulum, identifying the important anatomical structures
- Describe indications and perform techniques of reduction and fixation
- Discuss early and late results and complications of pelvic and acetabular surgery
- Identify issues related to challenging fractures with compromised bone quality or late reconstructions
CHF 220 (online participants)
Credit card payments are preferred
Cancellation will be charged as follows:
50% until 30 days before the event. No refund thereafter.
Participants should make sure they have cancellation insurance.
If you cannot pay via credit card you can request an invoice. Please note that we will charge you a CHF 30 handling fee in addition to the participant fee.
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