Webinar Directors: Laura J. Prokuski, MD and Frank Liporace, MD
Grab a virtual seat at this AAOS Surgical Skills Course for the tactics and techniques needed to successfully manage fractures of all complexities!
Tune in for dynamic sessions happening in real-time at the OLC Education & Conference Center in Rosemont, IL! Expert course faculty cover current concepts in fracture fixation and complication management associated with acute trauma call responsibilities of the upper extremity. Webcast content focuses on strategies to “get through the night” to help you modernize your treatment methods and feel confident in selecting the best option for your injured patients.
Participate in exciting lectures on topics including:
· Surviving the Night: Triage and Provisional Care
· Damage Control: Principles and Clinical Pearls
· Updates in:
o Open fracture care,
o Compartment syndrome
o Soft tissue management
o Pelvic ring injuries
· Shoulder and Humerus Fractures: Indications, Surgical Tips, Staying out of Trouble
Get your toughest questions answered throughout the event via live Q&A with course faculty!
At the conclusion webinar, participants should be able to:
Perform procedures associated with acute trauma call responsibilities of the upper extremity
Avoid complications such as infection, implant failure, and nonunions
Execute open and minimally invasive surgical approaches focusing on relevant anatomy, implant position, and clamp position for fracture fixation
Manage patient cases involving fracture specific timing, staging principles and positioning methods
Kevin R. Carlile, MD
Cory A. Collinge, MD
Brett D. Crist, MD
Clifford B. Jones, MD, FACS
Gerald J. Lang, MD
Hassan R. Mir, MD, MBA, FACS
George Ochenjele, MD
Alexandra K. Schwartz, MD
Michael J. Weaver, MD
If you can’t make it to the live webcast, a replay is available to all registrants! Register to automatically receive a link to watch at a later date.
CME Credit: The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.