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Webinar: AAOS / AAHS / OTA Upper Extremity Injuries in the Poly-Trauma Patients: Timing, Strategies, & Techniques
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November 8, 2017
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7:15 PM - 8:15 PM CT
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Webinar Director: Asif M. Ilyas, MD

Faculty: Seth D. Dodds, MD; Kenneth A. Egol, MD; Michael D.McKee, MD

In just one hour, learn to navigate the common, and often controversial upper extremity injuries seen in your poly-trauma patients – fractures of the distal radius, humerus, and clavicle. The indications for surgical management, techniques employed, and post-operative rehabilitation and weight-bearing guidelines for these injuries vary significantly.

Seasoned faculty will discuss evidence-based management of these upper extremity fractures, taking into consideration the patient’s status and associated injuries, particularly in the presence of neurovascular injuries and/or lower extremity injuries.

Get your toughest questions answered with 15 minutes of dedicated discussion led by expert faculty.

At the conclusion of this webinar, learners should be able to:

  1. Understand the surgical indications and techniques for distal radius fractures in the setting of open wounds, neurovascular injuries, and concomitant fractures of the lower extremity limiting weight-bearing and requiring the use of the injured upper extremity to ambulate.
  2. Understand the surgical indications and techniques for the management of humerus fractures in the setting of radial nerve injuries, floating elbows and shoulders, and concomitant fractures of the lower extremity limiting weight-bearing and requiring the use of the injured upper extremity to ambulate.
  3. Understand the surgical indications and techniques for the management of clavicle fractures in the setting of neurovascular and brachial plexus injuries, floating shoulders, and concomitant fractures of the lower extremity limiting weight-bearing and requiring the use of the injured upper extremity to ambulate.
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  Pre-registration for this webinar is now closed.

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Webinar Director: Asif M. Ilyas, MD

Faculty: Seth D. Dodds, MD; Kenneth...
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