Course Program - Hospital Universitario La Paz (Madrid)

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Course Program - Hospital Universitario La Paz (Madrid)
BRACHIAL
BRACHIAL PLEXUS
PLEXUS &&
PERIPHERAL
PERIPHERAL NERVE
NERVE SURGERY
SURGERY 23
Novel Strategies
to Overcome
a Liminal Period
A Surgical
Jam Session
thth- -18
28thth June,
March2016.
2014. Madrid,
1626
Madrid,Spain
Spain
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery · Hospital Universitario La Paz
Further details: [email protected]
Course Program
16 th - 18 th June, 2016
Venue:
Department of Anatomy
Facultad de Medicina
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
C/ Arzobispo Morcillo, 4
28029 Madrid
2 0 1 6
J u n e ,
t h
1 6
1 :
D a y
8:30
Course Opening & Presentation
8:45
Actual treatment protocols prior to OBPP surgery. Up to date published data
presentation - P. Titolo
8:55
Should we be more aggressive with the prevention of the contractures and
osteoarticular deformities? - When and how? - S. Kozin
9:05
Timing of Surgery in OBPP - A. Gilbert
9:15
Direct coaptations, grafts and neurotizations. How to find the right combination
and sequence? - P. Raimondi
9:25
How does the stimulation influence the treatment strategy? - A. Bauer
9:35
Comments and Discussion
10:05
Coffee Break
10:20
Anatomy Lab: Approaches to BP. Dissection of Brachial Plexus. Dissection of
extraplexual (phrenic nerve, SAN, cervical prexus) and intraplexual
neurotizations.
13:20
Botox injections. Should we be more serious about it? - S. Álvarez
13:30
Comments and Discussion
14:00
L U N C H
15:00
SAN - SSN nerve transfer. Up to date published data presentation - P.
P.Bolado
Titolo
15:10
Change of the approach could be the way to improve the outcome? - J. Bertelli
15:20
Are we sure that the benefits eclipse the morbidity? When should we consider
the alternatives? - S. Kozin
15:30
Pediatric shoulder. How to achieve good external rotation while keeping the
midline? - I. Gharbaoui
15:40
Should we continue considering subscapular muscle responsible for internal
rotation contracture? How to act? - A. Bauer, J. Bertelli, F. Soldado
15:50
Comments and Discussion + Coffee Break
16:20
Anatomy Lab: SAN - SSN anterior approach. SAN - SSN extended approach.
SAN - SSN posterior approach. Supraselective SAN - Infraspinatus transfer. LD
transfer for external rotation. Subscapular release.
19:20
Tasting the Topic: What to do if the internal rotation is lost? Winged scapula.
When should we touch the glenoid? - F. Soldado (moderator)
21:00
D I N N E R
2 0 1 6
J u n e ,
t h
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2 :
D a y
8:00
Briefing: Previous day topics under the scope. Morning coffee in front of the
blackboard
8:30
The shoulder: Normal Kinetics and Kinematics. Effect of BPP on glenohumeral
and scapulothoracic motion - S. Álvarez
8:40
Serratus anterior: Impact of serratus palsy. Between the nerve transfer options
and muscular transfers - J. Bertelli
8:50
Trapezius palsy - A. Lovic
9:00
Update on reanimation of deltoid muscle - A. González
9:10
Nerve transfers to axillary nerve. Posterior vs. Axillary approach. Author´s
technique and insights - J. Bertelli
9:20
Comments and Discussion
9:50
Coffee Break
10:05
Anatomy Lab: Shoulder kinetics and kinematics. Nerve transfers for deltoid
muscle reinnervation. Trapezius transfer in shoulder reconstruction. Modified
Eden-Lange procedure.
13:05
Glenohumeral arthrodesis. Does it definitely belongs to the past? - A. Nascimento
13:15
Comments and Discussion
14:00
L U N C H
15:00
Update on reconstruction of elbow function - P.
S.Bolado
Álvarez
15:10
Nerve transfers for biceps reinnervation: Ulnar vs. Median. Surgical technique
and associated conditions: Co-contractions and donor deficit - P. Raimondi
15:20
Why should we use the combined median/ulnar nerve transfer? - J. Brown
15:30
Nerve transfers for triceps reinnervation: Current options - A. Lovic
15:40
Comments and Discussion + Coffee Break
16:10
Anatomy Lab: Radial to axillary nerve transfer. Ulnar or median to
musculocutaneous nerve transfer. Brachialis, thoracodorsal, teres minor to
triceps nerve transfers.
19:00
Tasting the Topic: What should we do when Zaha is not enough and Oberlin does
not end in functionally useful elbow flexion? - Faculty
21:00
C O U R S E
D I N N E R
2 0 1 6
J u n e ,
t h
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3 :
D a y
9:00
Briefing: Previous day topics under the scope. Morning coffee in front of the
blackboard
9:30
Update on CC7. Vascularized vs. non-vascularized nerve graft, free vs.
pedicled, direct coaptation and assessment of secuelae - J. R. Martínez
9:40
CC7 with direct coaptation. Second round. Personal experience - A. Bhatia
9:50
Reconstruction of pronation and solutions for contracture in pronation and
supination - A. Gilbert
10:00
Nerve transfers vs. muscle transfers for wrist flexion and extension - J. Bertelli
10:10
Nerve transfer options for low palsies: Our strategy - J. Brown
10:20
Comments and Discussion
10:50
Coffee Break
11:05
Anatomy Lab: CC7 with direct coaptation. Brachialis to AIN, median to radial,
radial to median, AIN to intrinsics transfers.
14:05
How could we improve the hand in total BPP if we do not use the CC7? - P.
Raimondi
14:15
L U N C H
15:15
Free functioning muscle transfer in BPP surgery. Naked truth after almost four
decades - A. Gilbert
15:25
What do I consider essential to make it work? - Faculty
15:35
How to manage arterial (subclavian) lesion in the context of BP injury? - A.
Bhatia
15:45
Why we need to change the approach to SCI: My philosophy - J. Bertelli
16:00
Principal nerve transfers in SCI: Techniques and results - J. Bertelli
16:15
The role of nerve transfers in chronic SCI: Candidate identification and early
results - J. Brown
16:30
Anatomy Lab: Free functioning muscle transfer. Nerve transfer options for
tetraplegia. Tendon transfers for wrist and hand. Extra-time for dissection.
18:30
E N D
O F
C O U R S E
BRACHIAL
BRACHIALPLEXUS
PLEXUS&&
PERIPHERAL
PERIPHERALNERVE
NERVESURGERY
SURGERY23
Novel Strategies
to Overcome
a Liminal Period
A Surgical
Jam Session
th March 2014. Madrid, Spain
26thth-- 18
28th
16
June, 2016. Madrid, Spain
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery · Hospital Universitario La Paz
Further details: [email protected]
Course Director
Dr. Aleksandar Lovic Jazbec
Brachial Plexus Unit, Dept of Plastic Surgery, H.U. La Paz
Course Co-Directors
Dr. César Casado Pérez
Head of the Department of Plastic Surgery. H.U. La Paz
Prof. F. Clascá Cabré
Department of Anatomy, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
International Faculty
Local Faculty
Dr. Andrea Bauer · Boston, USA
Dr. Sergio Álvarez García-Peñuela
Dr. Jayme Augusto Bertelli · Florianopolis, Brazil
Dr. Pedro Bolado Gutiérrez
Dr. Anil Bhatia · Mumbai, India
Dr. César Casado Sánchez
Dr. Justin Brown · San Diego, USA
Dr. Álvaro González Miranda
Dr. Idris Gharbaoui · Houston, USA
Dr. Luis Landin Jarillo
Dr. Alain Gilbert · Paris, France
Dr. José Ramón Martínez Méndez
Dr. Scott Kozin · Philadelphia, USA
Dr. Francisco Soldado
Dr. Abel Nascimento · Coimbra, Portugal
Dr. Paolo Titolo
Dr. Pierluigi Raimondi · Milano, Italy
Course Secretariat
BN&Co E-mail: [email protected] Tel.: 0034 91 571 93 90 Fax: 0034 91 571 92 06
BRACHIAL PLEXUS &
PERIPHERAL NERVE SURGERY 3
A Surgical Jam Session
16th - 18th June 2016. Madrid, Spain
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Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery · Hospital Universitario La Paz
Further details: [email protected]
BPPNS3 - REGISTRATION FORM
The course fee is 1600
The course fee includes 3 day course, dissection in anatomy lab
(3 delegates per specimen), course dvd, lunch for days 1,2 & 3,
dinner for days 1 & 2 (dinner on day 2 will be course dinner)
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Pº de la Castellana, 179 Entreplanta
28046 Madrid (Spain)
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