David G. Lewallen, MD and Geoffrey H. Westrich, MD, Editors
2012, Peer-reviewed in 2015*, DVD-ROM
Get skills course instruction with DVD value and convenience!
Area of Focus: Hip, Knee & Lower Extremity and Sports Medicine
Prepare for your unique cases with the most current—and commercially unbiased—resource on primary and revision TKA. Manage the specific challenges presented by each patient through improved preoperative planning, careful selection of surgical approach, and application of ligament balancing techniques in both primary and revision TKA. Explore the latest issues and controversies so you can determine which techniques are right for you and your patients. Learn to anticipate and avoid pitfalls, and apply evidence-based strategies for handling complications when they arise.
Includes special debate session: Surgical Technique – What Works Best?
Navigation in TKA
Michael Dunbar, MD
Customized Cutting Blocks
Thomas A. Meade, MD
Traditional Surgical Instruments in TKA – Still the Gold Standard
Kevin J. Bozic, MD
Moderator: Ormonde M. Mahoney, MD
Successful completion of this program should give you the knowledge to:
Summarize at least three surgical approaches for primary and revision total knee arthroplasty
Assess complications following primary and revision total knee arthroplasty
Identify when to perform ligament balancing in primary and revision total knee arthroplasty
Compare at least two techniques on how to manage bone loss in revision total knee arthroplasty
Preop planning in TKA – preparing for the expected and unexpected
Complex primary TKA, revision TKA, and management of TKA complications
Preventing and managing complications after TKA
Surgical demonstrations and insightful lectures offer in-depth coverage of:
Standing Room Only is your front-row seat to the most popular orthopaedic skills courses held at the Orthopaedic Learning Center. This program offers a selection of educational features such as lectures, surgical demonstrations of contemporary techniques, and case-based discussion.
Standing Room Only will help you review and reinforce a course that you attended, or it can highlight the key issues of a course that you weren't able to attend.
Earn up to 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. This enduring material can help fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process.
*Peer-reviewed June 31, 2015, CME credits expire on June 31, 2018.
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