Learn like you were there!
Take a front-row virtual seat at this Academy skills course recorded July 2018 at the OLC Education & Conference Center: Meeting the Challenges of Total Hip Arthroplasty: Approaches, Complications and Contemporary Issues presented by AAOS, AAHKS, The Hip Society
Scott M. Sporer, MD, FAAOS, and Hany S. Bedair, MD, FAAOS
This on demand video program brings the finished event to you as faculty present contemporary approaches for preoperative planning and execution of both primary and revision total hip arthroplasty. Watch and listen to the lecturers and their presentation slides, including patient cases, related surgical video demonstrations and emerging technologies. Content is segmented by topic, so you can pick up where you left off or select lectures you prefer to watch - across your devices.
This Courses OnDemand program features 30 lectures from distinguished faculty covering:
• Perioperative Evaluation & Management of THA
• Bearing and Stem Options
• Surgical Approaches
• Complications: Primary THA
• Postoperative THA Complications
• THA Hot Topics
This convenient, self-directed course gives you the flexibility to engage with trusted AAOS content online at your convenience.
Attended the course? Enjoy special discounted pricing and supplement your notes, review lectures for improved retention and recall, and earn CME – again! Call AAOS Customer Service at 800.626.6726 to claim your discounted attendee rate! Outside U.S. dial 1.847.823.7186. Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
1. Complete thorough preoperative planning for primary total hip arthroplasty including preoperative medical optimization, stem designs, fixation options and bearing surfaces
2. Determine approach options for primary THR including direct anterior, anterolateral and posterior approach to the hip joint
3. Describe the extensile approach for revision THR
4. Identify and manage complications following hip arthroplasty including fracture, infection, dislocation, and adverse local reaction
5. Manage the extent of bone loss and deformity in revision hip surgery
6. Formulate strategies for management of the defects on both the femur and acetabulum
AAOS designates this activity for 8 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™. The CME is not scored and recorded. The CME will expire on January 23, 2022.
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