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Cadaver Labs

Registration for a cadaver lab is available to all Fellows and Young Surgeons attending the Hip & Knee IEP course. 
Cadaver labs will be held Friday, May 17th from 11:30 AM -4:30 PM. 
Roundtrip transportation will be provided for lab attendees. 

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Future Leaders Fellows: Hip & Knee Arthroplasty Lab


This course is for Fellows attending the IEP society meeting. Education is designed to train participants on the safe and effective use of Velys™ Robotic-Assisted Solution, Velys™ Hip Navigation, KINCISE™ Surgical Automated System, ACTIS® and ATTUNE. Through this training the participant will understand treatment options for surgical management of patients presenting with complex hip and knee arthroplasty. Lab sessions will include surgical approach instruction for primary to complex hip and knee arthroplasty, including difficult revisions.

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Mini – Disasterplasty Course - Treating Complex Disorders of the Knee Joint

Dr. Brett Levinve, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, Chicago, Illinois
Dr. Russell Nevins, Desert Orthopaedic Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Dr. Roshan Shah, Columbia University, New York, New York
Dr. Nana Sarpong, Columbia University, New York, New York

Boasting a proud heritage spanning over 7 decades and considered a leader in complex revision and limb salvage surgery, Link will take you on an exciting journey in treating complex disorders of the knee joint.  Based on feedback from your IEP colleagues, Link is honored to embark on a journey in “robotic-less” REVISION arthroplasty in 2024.  The mini “disasterplasty” course is designed to focus on fundamentals of revision knee surgery.  Attendees will glean revision tips and pearls from our panel of experts while being introduced to the Link product armamentarium, design rationales, and advanced surfaces (Link PorEx) available for your complex revision cases   The course will touch on clinical situations such as managing severe bone loss, infections and re-implants, extensor mechanism issues, knee joint arthrodesis, soft tissue balancing, joint line restoration, transitioning through various levels of constraint in primary and revision arthroplasty, including the role of a modern rotating hinge in complex primary cases.

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