Webinar List

On Demand
Prevention of Periprosthetic Joint Infection - Preoperative

Periprosthetic Joint Infections is an outcome that has significant impact on patients' lives and is complex and multifactorial in nature. A/Prof Antonia Chen presented live from Brisbane, Australia on her clinical research regarding strategies to minimise risk of PJI in primary joint arthroplasty surgery as well as her personal experience as a practicing surgeon. This session was moderated by A/Prof Tetsworth. 

A/Prof Antonia Chen
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23-05-2023
On Demand
Prevention of Periprosthetic Joint Infection - Intraoperative and Postoperative

Periprosthetic Joint Infections is an outcome that has significant impact on patients' lives and is complex and multifactorial in nature. A/Prof Antonia Chen presented live from Brisbane, Australia on her clinical research regarding strategies to minimise risk of PJI in primary joint arthroplasty surgery as well as her personal experience as a practicing surgeon. This session was moderated by A/Prof Tetsworth. 

A/Prof Antonia Chen
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23-05-2023
On Demand
Management of Peri-prosthetic Fractures around Knee

In this trauma-orthopaedics webinar, our faculties shared their expertise on; Peri-prosthetic fractures -  The problem, classification and assessment, Plate fixation of peri-prosthetic fractures for distal femur, Nail Fixation of peri-prosthetic fractures for distal femur, Fixation of peri-prosthetic tibial fractures and when you will need to revise the prosthesis – Panel Discussion.

This webinar is aimed at all levels of orthopaedic & trauma surgeons wishing to advance their knowledge on management of peri-prosthetic fractures.

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Dr. John Mukhopadhaya Dr. Apivatthakakul TheerachaiDr. Andrew Oppy
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26-02-2023
On Demand
Preventing Periprosthetic Joint Infections: Expert Case Discussion on “How I do it” - Orthopaedics Master Series

Periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) is the most serious complication that lowers that quality of patients’ life by elevating the patients’ burden of cost and affecting the outcome of Total Joint Arthroplasty. Delanois et at., 2019, reported that in 2017, the infection was the most common etiology for revision TKA (20.4%) in the USA. Therefore, PJI causes major concern for surgeons and patients. Learn more from our experts as they share their case discussions on how they’ve prevented PJIs in their practice to improve patient outcomes.

 

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Prof. Yeo Seng Jin (Singapore)Dr. Javad Parvizi (USA)Prof. Tian Hua (China)Prof. Yutaka Inaba (Japan)
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8186
13-08-2021