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  • Stryker Osteonics  SA
    Stryker Osteonics SA Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery is transforming Orthopedics
    Stryker Osteonics SA

    Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery is transforming Orthopedics

    Datum/ Ort: 7.06.2018 / 12:45 - 13:30 / Stravinski Room IIV/IIIV

    Sprache: Englisch / Deutsch

    Speaker:
    Dr. Jochen Jung, Chefarzt Orthopädie, Kreuznacher Diakonie
    Dr. Stefan Wilhelm, Director Mako Software Engineering, Stryker Freiburg
    Dr. Bernhard Christen, Christenortho Bern

    Surgeon and scientific faculty will discuss Mako Partial and Total Knee applications, clinical results and scientific background. Conversation will touch upon the core features of the Mako System: enhanced planning, dynamic joint balancing and robotic-arm assisted bone preparation, resulting in functional implant positioning. To date, there have been over 125,000 cases completed in over 19 countries across the Mako Total Knee, Partial Knee and Total Hip applications.

    www.stryker.de

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  • Symbios Orthopédie  SA
    Symbios Orthopédie SA Overview of bony compromises depending on knee realignment strategies
    Symbios Orthopédie SA

    Overview of bony compromises depending on knee realignment strategies

    Datum/ Ort: 7.06.2018 / 12:45 - 13:30 / Miles Davis Hall

    Sprache: Englisch

    Speaker: PD Dr. med. Michael T. Hirschmann et Dr. Med. Henrik Behrend

    Since some years, a lot of attention has been focused on native knee anatomy and native knee alignment.  A very broad variation of knee shapes among the global population has been described, not only between gender and ethnics but also among a same population and it has been well documented that a part of the population presents a physiological constitutional deviation of the lower limb. Close to that, the current practice is to use off-the-shelf knee prostheses, which mismatch the knee anatomy and to target a neutral mechanical alignment. Those dogmatic choices involve compromises, which may have adverse effects on knee function and global patient’s satisfaction. A personalised 3D preoperative knee planning is essential to identify the patient-specific knee morphotype, in order to  assess the global 3D compromises as well as to define the best method of knee alignment and orientation of the prosthetic joint line.

    www.symbios.ch

  • Medartis  AG
    Medartis AG Proximal Humerus Fracture – The Issue of Medial Support
    Medartis AG

    Proximal Humerus Fracture – The Issue of Medial Support

    Datum/ Ort: 8.06.2018 / 12:45 - 13:30 / Miles Davis Hall

    Sprache: English

    Speaker: Dr. Georges Kohut 

     

    www.medartis.com

  • Vifor Pharma  Switzerland
    Vifor Pharma Switzerland Strategies to reduce blood loss and enhance patient recovery
    Vifor Pharma Switzerland

    Strategies to reduce blood loss and enhance patient recovery

    Datum / Ort: 08.06.2018 / 12:45-13:30 / Stravinski Room IIV/IIIV

    Sprache: Englisch

    Speaker: Dr. Alwyn Kotzé, Faculty of Medicine And Health - University of Leeds

     

    www.viforpharma.ch