Monday, December 14, 2020
4:00 PM Pacific | 5:00 PM Mountain | 6:00 PM Central | 7:00 PM Eastern
The scientific content at the AAHKS Annual Meeting is an exciting and eagerly anticipated program in hip and knee arthroplasty each year. AAHKS provides residents opportunities to participate free-of-charge in this educational event and this year will be no different.
Arthroplasty Surgeons in Training as well as Surgeons currently working in a Fellowship are invited to join a FOCAL webinar on December 14 featuring 15 to 20 studies presented at the 30th AAHKS Annual Meeting. This cutting-edge content has been selected based on its significance and potential impact on the delivery of care. Moderators will present the findings of these studies followed by an open discussion on its impact on practice. Other faculty members will be available to engage participants and address questions.
Topics Will Include:
- Dr. Dan Berry’s Membership Poll
- Predictors of Outcomes After Flexion Instability Revision
- Tourniquet Use Improves Cement Penetration
- Is It safe? Big Heads and Small Acetabular Components
- Dorr Award Winner
- Extended Oral Antibiotics Prevent PJI in High-Risk Cases
- AAHKS Clinical Research Award Winner
- Do Runners Return to Running After TJA?
- Contemporary THA: Patients Under Age 30
- Asymptomatic vs. Symptomatic ALTR
- Pelvic Tilt & the Pubic Symphysis to Sacrococcygeal Junction Distance
- THA for Femoral Neck Fracture
- Periprosthetic Femur Fracture Risk: Influenced by Stem Choice
- Aspirin Is Safe for VT Prophylaxis for Patients with a History of GI Issues