Learn like you were there!
Take a front-row seat at this Academy skills course recorded September 2021 at the OLC Education & Conference Center: AAOS/ASES Anatomic and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: State of the Art
Course Directors: J. Michael Wiater, MD, FAAOS & Joseph A. Abboud, MD, FAAOS
This OnDemand video program brings the finished event to you as faculty present the latest indications and strategies for total shoulder arthroplasty. From evaluation and planning through surgical application and post-operative management, advance your skills and discover technical pearls to optimize success.
Listen to the lecturers while watching their presentation slides, including patient cases and related surgical video demonstrations. Content is segmented by topic, so you can pick up where you left off or select lectures you prefer to watch - across your devices.
A dynamic mix of lectures, symposia, case debates, demonstrations and panels cover topics including:
- 10 Steps to Successful Arthroplasty Exposure
- Pre-Operative Planning
- Symposium: Irreparable Rotator Cuff
- Irreparable Rotator Cuff
- Prosthesis Design
- Massive Glenoid Bone Loss
- Complications of Reverse TSA
- Outpatient Arthroplasty, Bundled Payments, Episodes of Care, Billing and Coding
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
1) Evaluate patients with shoulder arthritis and formulate a treatment planAAOS designates this activity for 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™.
2) Compare and contrast surgical indications for total shoulder arthroplasty
3) Determine the indications for operative and nonoperative management
4) Acquire technical consideration in hemiarthroplasty and reverse arthroplasty for fractures
5) Gain an understanding of the appropriate application of reverse shoulder arthroplasty, humeral head resurfacing, biologic resurfacing, and partial joint replacement
6) Learn contemporary strategies for infection control
7) Learn about contemporary surgical strategies for pain management and rehabilitation
8) Manage complications in shoulder arthroplasty and gain an understanding of how to avoid them