• Start date:
  • 15 June 2020
  • Duration:
  • 2 days
  • Working as:
  • Resident physician, Medical specialist

Accreditations

  • NOV:
  • Requested

THIS COURSE IS CANCELLED

The Leiden University Medical Center finds it extremely important to protect its patients and employees against the risk of spreading the corona virus (SARS-CoV-2). Our patients are often very vulnerable and our staff can’t be missed: continuity of care is essential for us. The decision has been made to cancel the course ‘Advanced surgical techniques in pelvic reconstruction’ due to the coronavirus and we realize that cancelling this course has a great impact. We will inform the participants and speaker personally about this cancellation.

We would like to invite you to the 4th “Reconstructive pelvic surgery: a cadaver course” from 15-16 June 2020. The meeting will be hosted in Leiden, the Netherlands. It is organised by the Department of Orthopaedics of the Leiden University Medical Centre in close cooperation with other Universities of the International Faculty. The academic programme promises to include a review and update of orthopaedics in pelvic surgery including lecture presentations, virtual reality imaging, workshops and a hands-on cadaver course. Internationally acclaimed invited speakers will ensure that trainees and experts will be up to date with the latest modern orthopaedic technology and evidence-based medicine. The programme will focus on accurate resection and reconstruction performing computer assisted surgery. It is an interactive and comprehensive course, addressed to orthopaedic surgeons who wish to become an expert in reconstructive pelvic surgery or involved orthopaedic surgeons who want to train to refresh or widen their knowledge and experience.

COURSE VENUE
Situated at what has traditionally been an important junction where waterways and roads cross stands a city that will enchant you: Leiden. The city is famous for its almshouses, university, museums and glorious history. The spirit of the Golden Age lives on here, a place where Rembrandt was born and inspired so many other influential painters.The canals, the historical buildings, the alleyways, the treasuries of knowledge, culture and science: Leiden is definitely worth seeing.

FACULTY
• Dr. P.J. (Patrick) Boland, MSKCC , New York, USA
• Prof. dr. P.D.S. (Sander) Dijkstra, LUMC, Leiden, The Netherlands
• Dr. G.K. (Bert) van Drunen, LUMC, Leiden, The Netherlands
• Dr. P.C. (Paul) Jutte, UMCG, Groningen, The Netherlands
• Prof. M.C. (Marco) de Ruiter, LUMC, Leiden, The Netherlands


ORGANISING COMMITTEE
• Dr. M.A.J. (Michiel) van de Sande, orthopedic surgeon, Leiden University Medical Center, the Netherlands
• Prof. Lee Jeys, PhD orthopedic surgeon, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK

Accreditation has been requested.

Please note: At this moment we would like to inform you that due to the outbreak of the Corona virus (SARA-CoV-2) this course is not yet definite. There for we advise you, when possible, to wait with booking your flights and/or hotel accommodation (if applicable). As mentioned in our terms and conditions we will not be able to refund any booked flights and/or hotel accommodation if the course is cancelled but off course we hope to be able to confirm the course as soon as possible. If there are enough participants you will receive an official confirmation from us.

THIS COURSE IS CANCELLED

The Leiden University Medical Center finds it extremely important to protect its patients and employees against the risk of spreading the corona virus (SARS-CoV-2). Our patients are often very vulnerable and our staff can’t be missed: continuity of care is essential for us. The decision has been made to cancel the course ‘Advanced surgical techniques in pelvic reconstruction’ due to the coronavirus and we realize that cancelling this course has a great impact. We will inform the participants and speaker personally about this cancellation.

Concept program

Day 1:

08:00 Registration and coffee
08:30 Welcome
Dr. Michiel van de Sande
  Basics
08:30 Pelvic surgery is a challenge: how to reach the summit?
Prof. Lee Jeys
09:00 The anatomy of the pelvic and sacrum
Prof. Marco de Ruiter
09:30 Approaches
Prof. Lee Jeys
10:00 Why navigated resections?
Prof. dr. Sander Dijkstra
10:30 Coffee break
  Indications
10:50 Benign lesions
Dr. Paul Jutte
11:20 Bone metastasis
Dr. Michiel van de Sande
11:50 Bone sarcomas
Prof. Lee Jeys
  How to reconstruct
12:10 Reconstruction part 1
Prof. Lee Jeys
12:30 How to reconstruct in sacral defects
Dr. Patrick Boland
13:00 Reconstruction part 2
Prof. dr. Sander Dijkstra
13:30 Lunch
  Hands-on round 1
14.30 Group 1: LUMiC prosethese P2: resection (supine position + xray)
Group 2: LUMiC prosthesecup revision/ metastase (lateral approach + xray)
16:30 Tea break
  Hands-on round 2
17:00 Group 1: LUMiC prosthesecup revision/ metastase (lateral approach + xray)
Group 2: LUMiC prosethese P2: resection (supine position + xray)
18:30 Closing
19:00 Boat tour
20:00 Drinks and dinner

Concept program

Day 2:

08:00 Registration and coffee
  Complications
08:30 Routinely flaps
Dr. Bert van Drunen
09:00 What is the best management in reducing blood loss?
Dr. Paul Jutte
09:30 What is the best management to prevent and treat infection?
Dr. Patrick Boland
10:00 Coffee break
  CAS in 2 rotations (50 min each)
10:30 Computer assisted planning
CAS Pelvic approaches
12:30 Working lunch
Interactive case from each faculty member and participants
14:00 Adjourn
P.J. Boland
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York City
prof. dr. P.D.S. Dijkstra
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
drs. G.K. van Drunen
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
L. Jeys
BMI Healthcare
P.C. Jutte
Chirurgie, UMC Groningen (UMCG)
Prof. dr. M.C. de Ruiter
(Wetenschappelijk) onderzoeker, LUMC
M.A.J. van de Sande
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
LUMC
Albinusdreef 2, 2333 ZA Leiden

Building: Building 1
Route: 762
Room: Lecture hall-4

THIS COURSE IS CANCELLED

The Leiden University Medical Center finds it extremely important to protect its patients and employees against the risk of spreading the corona virus (SARS-CoV-2). Our patients are often very vulnerable and our staff can’t be missed: continuity of care is essential for us. The decision has been made to cancel the course ‘Advanced surgical techniques in pelvic reconstruction’ due to the coronavirus and we realize that cancelling this course has a great impact. We will inform the participants and speaker personally about this cancellation.

Price € 995,-

Please note that the hotel accommodation is not included in this price. We have rooms in option at IBIS Leiden Centre but please bear in mind that we have a limited amount of rooms avalaible.