Whistler Jan 23-25 2020
 

An update on paediatric trauma for orthopaedic surgeons January 23-25 2020

 
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Agenda

DAY 1 Thu, Jan 23

6:00 Breakfast, registration & Exhibits open

SESSION 1: UPPER LIMB

7:00 Introduction & housekeeping

7:15 Distal radius fractures

7:30 Forearm fractures

7:45 Montegia Fractures

8:00 Supracondylar fractures

8:15 Lateral Condyle fractures

8:30 Radial neck fractures

8:45 Medial epicondyle fractures

9:00 Elbow dislocation 

9:15 Humerus and clavicle fractures 

9:30 Spinal fractures 

9:45 Cases & discussion

10:00 Ski and Activity Break

14:30 Refreshment Break and Exhibits

SESSION 2: UPPER LIMB INSTRUCTIONAL INTERACTIVE PRACTICAL SIMULATION SESSIONS

15:30 Supracondylar humerus wiring sawbone workshop: Tips, tricks, alternative techniques

16:15 Forearm Elastic Stable Intramedullary nailing clear sawbones workshop: Tips, tricks, alternative and advanced techniques

17:00 Surgical techniques for radial neck and proximal humerus fractures: Tips, tricks, alternative and advanced techniques

17:45 Question period; complete evaluations; session ends

18:00 Welcome Reception (everyone welcome)

DAY 2 Fri, Jan 24

6:00 Breakfast; registration & Exhibits open

SESSION 3: LOWER LIMB

7:00 Pelvis fractures

7:15 Proximal femoral fractures

7:30 Femoral shaft fractures

7:45 Distal femoral Physeal fractures

8:00 Ligamentous knee injuries

8:15 Tibial Spine Fractures

8:30 Tibial tubercle and patella sleeve fractures

8:45 Tibial metaphysis and shaft fractures

9:00 Ankle fractures

9:15 Tilaux and triplane fractures

9:30 Cases & discussion

10:00 Ski and Activity Break

14:30 Refreshment Break and Exhibits

SESSION 4 LOWER LIMB INSTRUCTIONAL INTERACTIVE PRACTICAL SIMULATION SESSIONS 15:30-17:45

15:30 Triplane fracture fixation techniques

16:15 Femoral Fracture spica application with toddler model, table and positioning

17:00 Femoral Elastic Stable Intramedullary nailing clear sawbones workshop: Tips, tricks, alternative and advanced techniques

17:45 Lateral entry nailing for adolescent femoral fractures clear sawbones workshop: Entry point options, pitfalls, tricks and tips

18:15 Question Period; complete evaluations; session ends

DAY 3 OPTIONAL SPECIALTY DAY Sat Jan 25

Techniques in Limb Lengthening and Deformity Correction

6:00 Breakfast & Registration

SESSION 1: Deformity Correction 

7:00 Principles of deformity correction

7:15 Deformity planning

7:30 Osteotomy considerations

7:45 Hardware options-internal & external

8:00 Lengthening and deformity correction 

8:15 Improving bone regeneration in lengthening

8:30 Minimizing complications

8:45 Rehabilitation options

9:00 Tibial vs femoral lengthening

9:15 Telescopic nailing

9:30 Pin site care 

9:45 Tips & tricks

10:00 Refreshment Break

10:15- 12:45 PRACTICAL SESSION 1 HEXAPOD FIXATION 

Part 1 Frame assembly- sawbones workshop, techniques, constructing a stable frame, optimal hardware positioning

Part 2 Software session- running software program to correct deformity, running residual program, strut changes

12:45-1:15 Lunch break

1:15-4:00 PRACTICAL SESSION 2 ADVANCED FRAME ASSEMBLY 

  • Foot Frame assembly & software

  • Trauma programming

  • Telescopic nailing

16:00 Complete evaluations; course ends

 

Faculty

Course Director

Anthony Cooper FRCSC BC Children’s Hospital

International Faculty

David Bade FRACS Queensland Children’s Hospital Brisbane Australia

Nicola Hooper FRACS Christchurch Hospital New Zealand

Liam Johnson FRACS Queensland Children’s Hospital Brisbane Australia

Nick Nicolau FRCS Sheffield Children’s Hospital UK

Dror Paley FRCSC West Palm Beach Florida USA

Benjamin Shore FRCSC Boston Children’s Hospital Mass USA

Canadian Faculty

Mark Camp FRCSC Hospital for Sick Children

Firoz Miyanji FRCSC BC Children’s Hospital

Kishore Mulpuri MBBS BC Children’s Hospital

Unni Narayanan FRCSC Hospital for Sick Children Toronto

Chris Reilly FRCSC BC Children’s Hospital

Fairmont Chateau Whistler

 

Fairmont Chateau Whistler

4599 Chateau Boulevard

Whistler British Columbia V0N 1B4

https://www.fairmont.com/whistler/

To make a reservation:

Special rates starting at $324 CAD per night + applicable taxes and fees. Reservations must be made by December 23, 2019 to take advantage of these rates.

TEL: 1.800.606.8244 OR 1.604.938.8000

EM: chateauwhistlerresort@fairmont.com

Online: https://book.passkey.com/go/PediatricTraumaCourse

GROUP CODE: ‘Pediatric Trauma Course’ or ‘012PEDI’.

 

Sat, Jun 25: Techniques in Limb Lengthening and Deformity Correction

TECHNIQUES IN LIMB LENGTHENING AND DEFORMITY CORRECTION

6:00 Breakfast & Registration

SESSION 1: Deformity Correction 

7:00 Principles of deformity correction

7:15 Deformity planning

7:30 Osteotomy considerations

7:45 Hardware options-internal & external

8:00 Lengthening and deformity correction 

8:15 Improving bone regeneration in lengthening

8:30 Minimizing complications

8:45 Rehabilitation options

9:00 Tibial vs femoral lengthening

9:15 Telescopic nailing

9:30 Pin site care 

9:45 Tips & tricks

10:00 Refreshment Break

10:15- 12:45 PRACTICAL SESSION 1 HEXAPOD FIXATION 

Part 1 Frame assembly- sawbones workshop, techniques, constructing a stable frame, optimal hardware positioning

Part 2 Software session- running software program to correct deformity, running residual program, strut changes

12:45-1:15 Lunch break

1:15-4:00 PRACTICAL SESSION 2 ADVANCED FRAME ASSEMBLY 

  • Foot Frame assembly & software

  • Trauma programming

  • Telescopic nailing

16:00 Complete evaluations; course ends