This course will enable delegates to deepen their understanding of using cemented implants in more complex cases. Heavily focused on complex case studies

Course Overview


Area of speciality: Hip

Series: Advances in Technologies & Techniques

Duration: 2.0 days

Type of course: Lectures; small group discussion; hands on sawbone activities

Course objectives

Topics to be covered on the course include

• Planning for complex hip surgery, including robotic applications
• Review of registry data and bearings
• Surgical approaches for hip surgery including new approaches and removal of existing implants
• Precautions, rehabilitation and outcomes after THR
• Cement in cement revision
• Impaction grafting of the acetabulum and femur
• Infection, peri-prosthetic fractures, instability and leg length problems after THR
• Multiple case discussions

Delegate profile

This course is suitable for experienced hip surgeons who specialise in complex primary and revision hip surgery, or surgeons who are undertaking fellowship training in this area. The course will aim to cover new developments and controversies in complex hip replacement as a well as some of the complications encountered in this field of surgery. The course will be interactive in nature and there will be a focus on case discussions. To this end, when booking places for the course, delegates will be asked to submit at least one case for discussion on their course.

Additional Information

If you would like to attend this course, please contact your local Stryker Representative.

Course dates

United Kingdom
Jun, 12th - Jun, 13th 2017, London (English)