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«Challenges and Controversies in Shoulder Arthroplasty»

Retrospective of session 1:
Periprosthetic joint infection in shoulder arthroplasty
23 March 2021

Following the success of our first session – «Periprosthetic joint infection in shoulder arthroplasty» – on 23 March 2021, we are pleased to now provide you with access to the recording recording of the first session in the Mathys Online-Live Events series. All you need to do to watch the recording of the event is register free of charge. This event will remain certified by the German Medical Association until 23 March 2022 and is worth 4 CME credit points. It was developed especially for orthopaedic surgeons. To receive the credit points and a personalised certificate of participation, you will need to complete the CME quiz following the online advanced training session.

»Recording
»Brief instructions on how to register free of charge
»Brief guide to the CME quiz

Session 2:
Kinematics and biomechanics of shoulder arthroplasty
29 June 2021, 7 pm – 8:45 pm

In collaboration with Winglet, we will be presenting our second CME-certified online live event (in English) at 7 pm on 29 June 2021. The topic will be «Kinematics and biomechanics of shoulder arthroplasty». The session was developed and will be moderated by Andreas Niemeier, Prof. MD (Hamburg, DE), and Philip Kasten, Prof. MD (Heidelberg, DE), together with the international faculty: Andreas Marc Müller, Prof. MD (Basel, CH), J. Philippe Kretzer, Prof. PhD (Heidelberg, DE) and Thomas Gregory, Prof. MD PhD (FR).

Faculty

Andreas Marc Müller
Prof. MD (Basel, CH)

J. Philippe Kretzer
Prof. PhD (Heidelberg, DE)

 

Thomas Gregory 
Prof. MD PhD (FR)

 

Titel & Faculty

Introduction Ph. Kasten (DE)
Reverse TSA – Impact of humeral and glenoid parameters on kinematics and biomechanics of the shoulder A. Müller (CH)
Reverse TSA – Stemless, Short or Long Stem? Biomechanical Considerations regarding Risk of Loosening Ph. Kretzer (DE)
Anatomic TSA – Impact of glenoid positioning on long term outcome in TSA Th. Gregory (FR)
Summary and discussion A. Niemeier (DE)

Get insight into clinically relevant problems and challenges in total shoulder arthroplasty with focus on the biomechanics and kinematics and enjoy respective case discussions!

The core content of the session: 

  • How new implant designs might influence clinical outcome and practice.
  • About new technical developments in anatomic and reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
  • The effect of humeral inclination, lateralization and retroversion in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
  • The influence of stem length on biomechanics and long term survival in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
  • Biomechanical aspects about glenoid in anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty.
  • New considerations on glenoid positioning in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.

Register for the event free of charge by clicking on this link. The event is certified by the German Medical Association and is worth 4 CME credit points. It is aimed specifically at orthopaedic surgeons specialising in shoulder surgery. To receive the CME credit points, as well as a personalised certificate of participation, you will need to complete the CME quiz following the online advanced training session. 

»Brief instructions on how to register free of charge
»Programme
»Brief guide to the CME Quiz

We look forward to receiving your registration and to your attendance at the session. 
For more information, please find us on Winglet.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms Sybille Käser:
sybille.kaeser@remove-this.mathysmedical.com
Telephone +41 32 644 12 58

Chairs

Andreas Niemeier
Prof. MD (Hamburg, DE)

Philip Kasten
Prof. MD (Heidelberg, DE)

 

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