• Start date:
  • 31 October 2022
  • Duration:
  • 2 days
  • Intended Audience:
  • Resident physician, Medical specialist

Accreditations

  • NOV:
  • 11

We would like to invite you to the 5th “Reconstructive pelvic surgery: a cadaver course” from 31th October -1 November 2022. The meeting will be hosted in Leiden, the Netherlands. The academic programme includes a review and update of the latetest orthopaedics in pelvic surgery including lectures, active virtual reality imaging and 3D planning, navigation 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. Furthermore prof. dr. med. C. Gebert will join us and give us insight in pelvic reconstruction surgery in modified Harrington Procedure in metastatic cases. We will also address the planning and outcome of individual pelvic replacements and share experiences. 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 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.

Organising committee
• Prof. dr. M.A.J. (Michiel) van de Sande, orthopedic surgeon, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
• Prof. L. Jeys (Lee), PhD orthopedic surgeon, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom

FACULTY
• Prof. dr. M.A.J. (Michiel) van de Sande, orthopedic surgeon, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
• Prof. L. (Lee) Jeys, PhD orthopedic surgeon, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom
• Drs. D. (Demiën) Broekhuis, orthopedic surgeon, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands
• Dr. prof. med. C. (Carsten) Gebert, tumour orthopedic & revision surgeon, Volmarstein, Wetter, Germany

This course is sponsored by Implantcast Benelux and Brainlab.

Provisional program
Day 1: Monday 31th of October 2022

08:30 Welcome 
Chairman prof. dr. Michiel van de Sande
  Basics
08:30 Pelvic surgery is a challenge: how to reach the summit
Prof. dr. Lee Jeys
09:00 The anatomy of the pelvis and sacrum:how to find the anatomical landmarks
prof. dr. Marco de Ruiter
09:30 Approaches
Prof. dr. Thomas Schubert
10:00 Why plan and navigate resections and reconstructions
Prof. dr. Michiel van de Sande
10:30 Coffee break
  Indications
10:50 Pelvic reconstructions after failed revision total hip athroplasties
Dr. Karsten Gebert
11:10 What is a good margin?
Prof. dr. Lee Jeys
11:30 Hindquarter resections: indications and surgical techniques
Prof. dr. Lee Jeys
  How to reconstruct
11:50 Case presentation by faculty using priter pelvic and MRI imaging: 2 cases
Prof. dr. Michiel van de Sande
12:10 How to reconstruct sacral defect
Prof. dr. Daniel Kotrych (& Max Vaynrub, MD)
12:40 Lunch
  HANDS-ON 
Faculty: Prof. Lee Jeys, prof. dr. Daniel Kotrych, drs. Demiën Broekhuis,
Prof. dr. Thomas Schubert, prof. dr. Michiel van de Sande, dr. Karsten Gerbert.
At the live planning part of the afternoon there will be coffee/tea/snacks as past of the afternoon break
13:20 Tips and tricks with a lumic
Prof. dr. Lee Jeys
13:50 Round one (60 min)
  Group 1: Pick your approach
Group 2: P2 resection AND LUMiC reconstruction
Group 3: Pelvic incontinuity defect and a revision hip
Group 4: Live planning 
14:50 Round two (60 min)
  Group 4: Pick your approach
Group 1: P2 resection AND LUMiC reconstruction
Group 2: Pelvic incontinuity defect and a revision hip
Group 3: Live planning 
15:50 Round thee (60 min)
  Group 3: Pick your approach
Group 4: P2 resection AND LUMiC reconstruction
Group 1: Pelvic incontinuity defect and a revision hip
Group 2: Live planning 
16:50 Round four (60 min)
  Group 2: Pick your approach
Group 3: P2 resection AND LUMiC reconstruction
Group 4: Pelvic incontinuity defect and a revision hip
Group 1: Live planning 
17:50 Closing
18:00 Dinner

Provisional program
Day 2: Tuesday 1st of November 2022

08:30 Welcome
Chairman prof. Lee Jeys
  Preventing complications
08:30 Routine flaps: SGAP VRAM or Vastus Lateralis flaps?
Drs. Bert van Drunen
08:45 What is the best management in reducing blood loss?
Dr. Robert van der Wal
09:00 What is the best management to prevent and treat infection?
Dr. Robert van der Wal
09:30 P12 and 3 resections 3D printed solutions
Prof. dr. Daniel Kotrych
10:00 Coffee break
  CAS in 2 rotations (50 min each)
10:30 Navigation on 3D printed pelvic tumors who gets the closest margin
12:30 Working Lunch
Participants bring their cases and present to the faculty 10 min per case.
14:00 Adjourn
Dr. D. Broekhuis
L. Jeys
BMI Healthcare
Prof. dr. M.C. de Ruiter
(Wetenschappelijk) onderzoeker, LUMC
Prof. Dr. M.A.J. van de Sande
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
Dr. R.J.P. van der Wal
LUMC
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LUMC
Collegezaal 4
Route 762

Price € 1195,-

Please note that the hotel accommodation is not included in this price. We have single rooms on hold with IBIS Leiden for this course, arriving on 30th of October untill 1st of November for € 181,- (including breakfast and toerist taxes). If you would like to make use of this accommodation, please send an email to k.holzmann@lumc.nl and you will receive further details on how to book the room.