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Thursday, December 07 2017

Trauma - Thursday, December 07

 
06:50 - 06:55   Welcome & Introduction    
 
06:55 - 07:19   Bad Trauma That Need Emergent Care    
 
06:55 - 07:03 Knee Dislocations in the Community Hospital with a Nerve Injury: What's My Role? Do I Put on the Ex Fix?  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
 
07:03 - 07:11 Open Fractures: Understanding When to Wait, When to Fix, When to Wash Out  
  Mani Kahn, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
07:11 - 07:19 The Dreaded Compartment Syndrome:When Its Real, What I Do, How I Avoid Flaps & Skin Grafts  
  Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
07:19 - 07:27 Necritizing Facsitis: What I Do and When  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
 
07:27 - 07:41   Midfoot & Hindfoot Trauma
Moderator: Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
   
 
07:27 - 07:32 Evolving Technique Update: How to Avoid Missing the Subtle Lisfranc: 5 Tips in 5 Minutes  
  Michael J. Coughlin, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
07:32 - 07:44 Debate
55-Year-Old Female s/p Misstep on Stairs with Unresolved Pain
 
  Moderator: Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:32 Pro: Repair and Fix the Lisfranc Joint  
  Gil Ortega, MD, MPH UNITED STATES
 
07:38 Pro: Fuse the Lisfranc Joint  
  Steven M. Raikin, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
07:44 - 07:49 Evolving Technique Update: Update on Calcaneus Fractures: Open Versus Sinus Tarsi  
  Gil Ortega, MD, MPH UNITED STATES
 
 
07:49 - 08:19   Bad Ankle Fractures with Soft Tissue Injuries
Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
   
 
07:49 - 08:07 Panel
When Do I Fix Open versus Closed Complex Injuries and How
 
  Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:49 Pro: Fix them ALL Now! Don't Wait!  
  Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:55 Pro: Wash Out, Splint/Ex Fix and Do Electively  
  Mani Kahn, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:01 Pro: Neuropathic Fractures: What Do I Do?  
 
08:07 - 08:19 Debate
The Posterior Malleolus: When and How!
 
  Moderator: William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
08:07 Pro: Never or Rarely Fix It!  
  Kristoff Rewi Reid, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:13 Pro: Almost Always Fix It!  
  Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
08:19 - 09:00   Syndesmosis    
 
08:19 - 08:24 Evolving Technique Update: The Syndesmosis: Long versus Small Plates, Posterior versus Lateral Approaches  
 
08:24 - 08:42 Panel
The Unstable Syndesmosis: How I Assess and What I do to Reduce
 
08:24 Pro: Just Fix the Medial Side: It's so Simple!  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
08:30 Pro: TightRope: It's the New Way!  
  Michael J. Coughlin, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:36 Pro: The Gold Standard: Cold Hard Steel  
 
08:42 - 09:00 Panel
Medial Malleolus Fixation
 
08:42 Pro: I've Never Changed: Malleolar Screws Have Worked for Years!  
  Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:48 Pro: Sex Appeal: Long 3.5mm Screws  
  Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:54 Pro: Cannulated Screws: Why Make It Hard? It's a Chip Shot!  
  Mara Lynne Schenker, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
09:00 - 09:43   Pilon/Distal Tibia Fractures    
 
09:00 - 09:08 OutcomesFor a Successful Result: Beware as you Plan your Strategy  
  Joshua Layne Gary, MD, FAOA UNITED STATES
 
 
09:08 - 09:15 Evolving Technique: Plates and Respect for the Soft Tissue: When to Use the Ex Fix versus When the Fibula is the Answer  
 
09:15 - 09:33 Panel
42-Year-Old Motorcycle Rider Caught Under an 18 Wheeler with a Complex Pilon
 
  Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
09:15 Pro: Plate the Tibia: Let Me Teach You About Weightbearing Status?  
  Kristoff Rewi Reid, MD UNITED STATES
 
09:21 Pro: Not So Fast, Think Slowly: Which Ones I Plate  
  Mani Kahn, MD UNITED STATES
 
09:27 Pro: Avoid Complications: Cast Please, Thank you Dr. Sarmiento  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
 
09:33 - 09:43 Case Presentations with Questions & Answers - Pediatric Tibia, Distal Tibia, Pilon, Syndesmosis, Complications  
  Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Joshua Layne Gary, MD, FAOA UNITED STATES
 
  Mani Kahn, MD UNITED STATES
 
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
  Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Kristoff Rewi Reid, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
09:43 - 10:10   Break & Visit the Exhibits    
 
10:12 - 10:59   The Tibia From Top to Bottom
Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
   
 
10:12 - 10:17 Evolving Technique Update: Tips and Tricks for Proximal and Distal Tibia Fractures  
  Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
10:17 - 10:25 Avoiding the Non-Union in Tibias: Biologics, Reaming, Types of Rods and Plates - I Have All the Answers - 8 Tips in 8 Minutes  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
 
10:25 - 10:40 Honored Professor Lecture: Title TBD  
 
10:40 - 10:52 Debate
45-Year-Old Driver of MVA Now with a Shatzer IV and Presumed Knee Dislocation
 
  Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
10:52 Pro: Ex Fix in the Middle of the Night and I Come Back for Definitive Care  
10:58 Pro: I am Fixing the Fracture Tonight, May Consider Fasciotomy  
  William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
 
10:52 - 10:59 Evolving Technique: Get Rid of the Hockey Stick Exposure! Use an Anterior Approach!  
 
10:59 - 11:16   Distal Femur    
 
10:59 - 11:11 Debate
65-Year-Old Male Status Post Total Knee Replacement
 
10:59 Pro: I Slide the Nail Right Past the Fracture and Get Them Walking Without a Fatal PE  
  Kristoff Rewi Reid, MD UNITED STATES
 
11:05 Pro: Plating the Fracture Works Every Time... Almost - Be Careful!  
  Simon Mears, MD, PhD, FAOA UNITED STATES
 
 
11:11 - 11:16 Evolving Technique Update:Techniques for Cortical Locking of the Distal Femur  
  Joshua Layne Gary, MD, FAOA UNITED STATES
 
 
11:16 - 11:21   What Is and Isn't Urgent in Truama? How I do Things
Moderator: Joshua Layne Gary, MD, FAOA UNITED STATES
   
 
11:16 - 11:21 Evolving Technique Update: Gun Shot Wounds and Fractures - Be Calm and Gain Success  
 
11:21 - 11:55   Trauma & the Upper Extremity
Moderator: Joshua Layne Gary, MD, FAOA UNITED STATES
   
 
11:21 - 11:33 Debate
65-Year-Old Menopausal Woman with a Proximal Humeral Fracture
 
  Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
11:21 Pro: My Locking Plates are the Answer! Dont Think Twice!  
  Michael D. McKee, MD, FRCS, Prof.
 
11:27 Pro: IM Nails are the New Answer  
 
11:33 - 11:40 Evolving Technique: Elbow and the Terrible Triad: It's Not So Hard, Pay Attention!  
  Michael D. McKee, MD, FRCS, Prof.
 
 
11:40 - 11:55 Panel Discussion
Wrap Up & Summary
 
  Moderator: Lisa K. Cannada, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Moderator: William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC UNITED STATES
 
  Moderator: Robert D. Zura, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
11:55 - 12:10   Lunch Served    
 
12:10 - 13:10   Luncheon Symposium    
 
13:10 - 13:40   Dessert & Visit the Exhibits