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 19th from 11:30 AM -4:30 PM.
Roundtrip transportation will be provided for lab attendees.
Future Leaders Fellows: Hip & Knee Arthroplasty Lab
Pacific American Life Science Learning Center
This course 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.
UC San Diego - Center for the Future of Surgery
Treating Disorders of the Knee Joint from Primary Arthroplasty to Revision/Salvage
Dr. Wayne Moschetti, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
Dr. Russell Nevins, Desert Orthopaedic Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Dr. Roshan Shah, Columbia University, New York, New York
Generally considered a revision, limb salvage device manufacturer with a proud heritage of 75
Years, Link will take you on an exciting journey in treating disorders of the knee joint. Most
especially, Link is honored to present IEP attendees with the newly launched Link SymphoKnee (LSK) system.
In stage one of the lab, all attendees will be introduced to the design rationale, principles, and
advanced surfaces (LinkPorEx) of the CR and PS designs of LSK. In stage two, attendees will
utilize their skills with the LSK revision system with added emphasis on short cemented stems,
offset stem strategies, and biologic fixation using Link’s dynamic TrabecuLink Cone design. As
time permits, stage 3 will allow a transition to surgical strategies and philosophies of rotating
hinges and will feature the Link Endo Model W, a modular rotating hinge. Lastly, a progression
from a rotating hinge prosthesis to a distal femoral replacement will be performed.