AOSpine Principles Course—Instrumentations in spinal surgery: objective necessity or fashion?
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
05 Jun 2015 - 06 Jun 2015
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Friday, 05 Jun 2015 (Day 1)
Start End Title Moderators/Faculty Location/Documents Duration
08:30 09:00 Other
Registration
30
09:00 09:15 Opening remarks
Welcome
Opening ceremony
Ufuk Aydinli; Alexandre Mushkin 15
09:15 10:45 Session 1
Spinal instrumentation: general questions
Dmitry Dzukaev 90
09:15 09:30 Case presentation
Clinical case
Dmitry Dzukaev 15
09:30 09:45 Lecture
Spinal instrumentation: history, terms and classifications
15
09:45 10:00 Lecture
Biomechanical zoning in the cervical spine
15
10:00 10:15 Lecture
Thoracic spine biomechanics
15
10:15 10:30 Lecture
Biomechanical zones of the lumbar and lumbar-sacral spine
15
10:30 10:45 Lecture
Spinal instrumentation: principle question of attached anatomy
15
10:45 11:05 Coffee brake 20
11:05 13:10 Session 2
Cervical spine instrumentation
Emre Acaroglu 125
11:05 11:20 Lecture
Suboccipital (Ос-С1-С2) instrumentation: the peculiarities for decision making process
Sergey Mlyavykh 15
11:20 11:35 Lecture
Technical nuances and dangerous for suboccipital (Ос-С1-С2) instrumentation
Alexander Gubin 15
11:35 11:50 Case presentation
Clinical case: Subaxial cervical spine trauma
15
11:50 12:05 Lecture
Subaxial cervical spine trauma: classification and principles for instrumentation
Emre Acaroglu 15
12:05 12:20 Lecture
Cervical spine degenerative pathology: when instrumentation is not indicated?
Dmitry Dzukaev 15
12:20 12:35 Lecture
Cervical myelo-(radiculo-)pathy: when instrumentation is mandatory?
Luca Papavero 15
12:35 12:50 Lecture
Cervical disc arthroplasthy: pro- and contra
15
12:50 13:05 Discussion
Clinical case discussion: Cervical thoracic kyphosis
Alexandre Mushkin 15
13:05 13:10 Closing remarks
Moderator’s conclusion
5
13:10 14:00 Lunch 50
14:00 15:30 Session 3
Workshop
Emre Acaroglu; Ufuk Aydinli; Dmitry Dzukaev; Alexander Gubin; Anastasya Kutuzova (deactived); Sergey Mlyavykh; Alexandre Mushkin; Luca Papavero; Dmitry Ptashnikov 90
14:00 15:30 Workshop
Practical exercises
Emre Acaroglu; Ufuk Aydinli; Dmitry Dzukaev; Alexander Gubin; Anastasya Kutuzova (deactived); Sergey Mlyavykh; Alexandre Mushkin; Luca Papavero; Dmitry Ptashnikov 90
15:30 17:50 Session 4
Thoraco-lumbar trauma and spinal deformities
Sergey Mlyavykh 140
15:30 15:45 Lecture
Stable and non-stable thoracic and thoracic-lumbar spine trauma: tactic classification
Sergey Mlyavykh 15
15:45 16:00 Lecture
Technical peculiarities for thoracic and thoracic-lumbar spine trauma instrumentation
Sergey Mlyavykh 15
16:00 16:15 Lecture
Post-traumatic spinal deformities: what and when to do?
15
16:15 16:30 Lecture
Juvenile idiopathic scoliosis: deformity correction and lack of function – what have to prevalence at the decision making process?
Sergey Ryabykh 15
16:30 16:45 Lecture
Juvenile idiopathic scoliosis: who and how estimate the results of surgery (patients, parents and orthopedic point of view)
Emre Acaroglu 15
16:45 17:00 Lecture
Dynamic correction for juvenile idiopathic scoliosis: is it‘s effect could be really confirm?
15
17:00 17:15 Lecture
Adult degenerative scoliosis: pro- and contra- for correction and fusion in situ
Dmitry Ptashnikov 15
17:15 17:30 Lecture
The lowest level for instrumentation in adult scoliosis: L5, sacrum or os ilium?
Emre Acaroglu 15
17:30 17:45 Lecture
Adult scoliosis: is it optimal upper level for instrumentation?
Dmitry Ptashnikov 15
17:45 17:50 Closing remarks
Moderator’s conclusion
5
Saturday, 06 Jun 2015 (Day 2)
Start End Title Moderators/Faculty Location/Documents Duration
09:00 13:00 Session 5
Lumbar spine degenerative diseases
Luca Papavero 240
09:00 09:30 Discussion
Cases discussion:
1. Local stenosis,
2. Multi-level spinal stenosis
3. Spondilolisthesis
Luca Papavero 30
09:30 09:45 Lecture
Stenosis in lumbar spine: only decompression
Dmitry Dzukaev 15
09:45 10:00 Lecture
Lumbar spine stenosis: when and why instrumentation could be mandatory?
Sergey Mlyavykh 15
10:00 10:15 Lecture
Spondilolisthesis: in situ fixation or reduction?
Luca Papavero 15
10:15 10:30 Lecture
Inter-spinous fixation: commercial option, fashion or really effective device?
Dmitry Ptashnikov 15
10:30 10:45 Lecture
Lumbar disc arthroplasthy: shot-term and long term results
15
10:45 11:00 Coffee break 15
11:00 13:00 Workshop
Emre Acaroglu; Ufuk Aydinli; Dmitry Dzukaev; Alexander Gubin; Anastasya Kutuzova (deactived); Sergey Mlyavykh; Alexandre Mushkin; Luca Papavero; Dmitry Ptashnikov; Sergey Ryabykh 120
13:00 14:00 Lunch 60
14:00 16:15 Session 6
Selected aspects of spinal instrumentation
Dmitry Ptashnikov 135
14:00 14:15 Lecture
Titanium mesh and expandable cage: does the effect are compare?
Luca Papavero 15
14:15 14:30 Lecture
MISS technology for anterior fusion: pro and contra
Sergey Mlyavykh 15
14:30 14:45 Lecture
MISS technology for posterior fusion: pro and contra
Dmitry Ptashnikov 15
14:45 15:00 Lecture
Neuromuscular spinal deformity: how stiff the instrumentation need to be?
Sergey Ryabykh 15
15:00 15:15 Lecture
Halo-traction/fixation: what does it mean for patient, surgeon and anesthesiologist
Alexander Gubin 15
15:15 15:30 Lecture
Long-level instrumentation for growing spine: patients selection and technical options
Sergey Ryabykh 15
15:30 15:45 Lecture
Extrafocal spinal instrumentation as a saving way in critical situation
Alexander Gubin 15
15:45 16:00 Lecture
Mistakes and complication in spinal instrumentation
Alexandre Mushkin 15
16:00 16:15 Closing remarks
Closing of the course
15