4th International Symposium TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY

IV Międzynarodowe Sympozjum ALLOPLASTYKA CAŁKOWITA STAWU KOLANOWEGO

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE / Komitet Naukowy

Chairman / Przewodniczący
Prof. dr Andrzej Górecki

Prof. dr Tadeusz Gaździk

Prof. dr Rolf Haaker (Niemcy)

Prof. Siegfried Hoffman (Austria)

Prof. Karel Karpaš (Czech Republic)

Prof. dr Karl Knahr (Austria)

Doc. dr hab. Jacek Kruczyński

Prof. dr hab. Damian Kusz

Prof. dr hab. Wojciech M. Kuś

Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Kwiarkowski

Doc. dr hab. Paweł Małdyk

Prof. dr Hans Peter Scharf (Niemcy)

Prof. dr hab. Jan Skowroński

Prof. dr hab. Marek Synder

Mr Paul Szypryt FRCS (Wielka Brytania)

Prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Trzaska

Doc. dr hab. Jerzy Widuchowski

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE / Komitet Organizacyjny

Chairman / Przewodniczący: Julian Dutka

Vice-Chairman / Vice-Przewodniczący: Tomasz Sorysz, Paweł Sosin

Secretary / Sekretarz: Paweł Skowronek

Treasurer / Skarbnik: Marek Libura

Members / Członkowie: A. Pawelec, J. Jamka, P. Łata, L. Pietrasiewicz, P. Maleta, M. Trybalski, K. Papież, K. Łoboda, A. Bohusław Podhorecki, B. Dobosz

General Agenda / Ramowy program Sympozjum (4-6.10.2007)

Thursday 04.10.2007

    18:30, Aula Collegium Novum Jagiellonian University, Gołębia 24 Street, Welcome ceremony, Opening lecture, Prof. dr hab. Piotr Sztompka, Zaufanie – społeczny kontekst terapii (Trust – social context of therapy)
    Music concert
    Coctail party

Friday 05.10.2007, Aula City Council of Kraków, Wszystkich Świętych Place 3

9:00-10:45, Session I: Surgical techniques and new technologies, Moderators: A.Górecki, G.Gosheger, R.Haaker, J.Skowroński

  •     Plenary lecture, MUTARSR silver-coated megaprosthesis. G.Gosheger, H.Ahrens, J.Hardes, W.Winkelmann (Germany)  (15’)
  •     New technologies in primary TKA, a space odyssey? G.Peersman (Belgium) (10‘)
  •     Minimal invasive total knee arthroplasty using midvastus snip and navigation. R.Haaker, Brakel (Germany) (10‘)
  •     Wyniki radiologiczne i kliniczne alloplastyki totalnej stawu kolanowego z użyciem nawigacji komputerowej. J.Skowroński, M.Bielecki, R.Skowroński, K.Hermanowicz (Poland) (7’)
  •     Navigated ACS Total Knee Arthroplasty, Schulte M. (Germany) (7’)
  •     Navigated Total Knee Replacement . Experience with navigated and non navigated Search TKR. R.Thakur, P.Łata, F.Khan, London (UK) (7’)
  •     Computer Navigation In Total Knee Replacement, A.Dutta, (UK) (7’)
  •     Benefit of the kinematic navigation CI in ligament balancing in TKR. L.Nachtnebl, L.Pazourek (Czech) (7’)
  •     A comparison of early results of total knee replacement using manual instruments and computer navigating system, G.Sterkowicz, S.Zwolenik, M.Wójtowicz (Poland) (7’)
  •     Ligament Balancing in Valgus Knee Replacement. P.Vavron (Austria) (7’)
  •     The midvastus approach to the total knee replacement. M.Synder, M.Drobniewski, M.Sibiński (Poland) (7’)
  •     Ligament Balancing in Varus flexum Knee Replacement. P.Vavron (Austria) (7’)
  •     Discussion (7 min)


10:45-11:00     Coffee break

11:00-12:15, Session II: Varia, Moderators: S.Hofmann, M.Synder, L.Nachtnebl, K. Kwiatkowski

  •     Plenary lecture, Tips and tricks in revision surgery of TKA. S.Hofmann (Austria), (15’)
  •     Treatment of primary total knee prosthesis loosening, K.Gawęda, M.Tarczyńska, J.Gągała, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Influence of degree of advance of varus and valgus on stress distribution in tibia after total knee arthroplasty. J.Jurkojć, D.Gąsiorek, A.Iwaniak , P.Wojciechowski, D.Kusz (Poland) (7’)
  •     Material defects in loosed and retrieved knee endoprosthesis. M.Libura, J.Dutka (Poland) (7’)
  •     Patient’s environmental factors as a predictor of the satisfaction after TKA. G.Kwiatkowski, R.Faltus, P.Łukasik, T.Zakrzewski, J.Widuchowski (Poland) (7’)
  •     Cost-effectiveness of autologous blood transfusion with postoperative Cell-Saving System. Ł.Cieliński, D.Kusz, G.Hajduk, P.Wojciechowski, S.Szymański (Poland) (7’)
  •     The three-dimensional pattern of the knee movement of subjects after knee arthroplasty. K.Ogrodzka, T.Niedźwiedzki (Poland) (7’)
  •     The variability of kinematic parameters of the lower limb joints of subjects before and after total knee replacement. K.Ogrodzka, T.Niedźwiedzki (Poland) (7’)
  •     Rehabilitation with CPM of the knee after TKA in prophylaxis of DVT. P.Sosin, J.Dutka (Poland) (7’)
  •     Discussion (7min)


12:15-12:30     Coffee break

12:30-14:15. Session III: Specific problems. Moderators: T.S.Gaździk, M.A.Rosa, K.Koudela, T.Trzaska

  •     Plenary lecture. Modular prostheses in malignant tumoral lesions around the knee joint. M.A.Rosa (Italy), (15’)
  •     Growing knee endoprosthesis in children and youth after resection of primary bone tumors. W.Woźniak, A.Szymborska (Poland), (10’)
  •     Oncologic knee endoprosthesis. J.Nazar (Poland) (7’)
  •     Knee arthroplasty in diabetes patients. T.Bielecki, T.S.Gaździk (Poland) (7’)
  •     Clinical experience and outcomes of knee prothesoplasty in patients sufffering from rheumatoid arthritis. K.Kopeć, D.Kusz, P.Wojciechowski, G.Hajduk, M.Borowski, M.Żołądź (Poland) (7’)
  •     Patellar pain after total knee arthroplasty. K.Koudela, K.Koudela jr., J.Koudelová, M.Kunešová (Czech) (7’)
  •     The patello-femoral joint in TKA without patellar replacement of minimum 5 years follow up. J.Dutka, P.Sosin, P.Maleta, P.Łata  (Poland) (7’)
  •     Early results of patello-femoral arthroplasty with use AVON prothesis. E.Kucharz, D.Grot, M.Czerner (Poland ) (7’)
  •     Pain in the assessment of Oxford Phase 3 unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA). L.Lisowski,  J.Bloemsaat-Minekus, I.Curfs, A.Lisowski  (Netherlands) (7’)
  •     Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty using Oxford Phase 3 prosthesis: results and role of preoperative arthroscopy. A.Bielecki, P.Jarmuziewicz, M.Kulczyk (Poland) (7’)
  •     Independent study of the Oxford Phase 3 unicompartmental arthroplasty (UCA) for treatment of anteromedial osteoarthritis of the knee: 8 years results. L.Lisowski,  J.Bloemsaat-Minekus, I.Curfs, A.Lisowski (Netherlands) (7’)
  •     Discussion (7 min)


14:15-15:00     Lunch

18:00   Banquet (with earlier visiting University Museum). Collegium Maius Jagiellonian University, Jagiellońska Street 15

Saturday 06.10.2007. Aula City Council of Kraków, Wszystkich Świętych Place 3

9:00-10:35. Session IV: Results and general problems. Moderators: R.Haaker, J. Skowroński, D.Pramhas, P. Małdyk, 

  •     Plenary lecture. Bone cements based on polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) are used for the fixation of artificial joints for more than fifty years. K.D.Kühn (Germany) (15‘)
  •     ACADEMIA Total Knee Replacement : a five year study. H.Lanternier, M.Philippe (France) (7‘)
  •     Short term results of the LCCK total knee endoprosthesis. D.Pramhas, K.Knahr (Austria) (7‘)
  •     Mobile versus fixed bearings. A survey over 18 years experience with different design. M.Schiraldi (Italy) (7’)
  •     Mid-term results of the PFC sigma total knee arthroplasty. R.Miller,  P.Lata,  A.Kumar (UK) (7’)
  •     Performance in operation theatre. J.Kowalczewski, A.Wielopolski (Poland (7’)
  •     The results of Total Knee Arthroplasty depending on age of patient. G.Kwiatkowski, W.Widuchowski, M.Szczeniak W.Kusak, J.Widuchowski (Poland) (7’)
  •     Proprioception after total knee arthroplasty. Is a differences between PCL-sacrifice and PCL-retaining prosthesis design? J.Stachowiak, J.Pawlik, J.Płomiński, Z. Kozłowski (Poland) (7’)
  •     The functional outcomes of TKA in single-axis and multi-axis total knee arthroplasty systems. J.Szyszka, M.Czerner, G.Skiba, M.Królińska (Poland) (7’)
  •     Total Knee arthoplasty after failed high tibial osteotomy. J.Kowalczewski, D.Marczak (Poland) (7’)
  •     Radiographic evaluation of mechanical axis of the knee after cemented CKS total knee replacement. R.Miller, P.Lata, W.A.Scott (UK) (7’)
  •     Preoperative planning in Total Knee Arthroplasty. S.Podesek (Poland) (7’)
  •     A tibial component with an intramedullary stem for tibial defects in total knee arthroplasty. J.Szyszka, K.Marguła, M.Czerner (Poland) (7’)
  •     Discussion (7min)


10:50-11:05     Coffee break

11:05-12:30. Session V: Revision knee arthroplasty. Moderators: T. Gaździk, M.Schiraldi, G.Peersman, J.Widuchowski

  •     Total knee revision. Strategies to improve outcome. M.Schiraldi, G.Stennardo, G.C.Bonzanini, (Italy), Plenary lecture (15’)
  •     Revision arthroplasty of the knee. M.Kowalski, A.Górecki, (Poland) Plenary lecture (10’)
  •     From Genesis II revision to the Legion concept: the search for the holy grail. G.Peersman (Belgium) (10’)
  •     Management of ligament instabilities in the second revision of total knee arthroplasty. S Lustig (France) (10’)
  •     Knee revisions after TKA in the experience of the Department of the Rheuma- orthopaedics, the Institute of Rheumatology. C.Michalak, P.Małdyk, B.Lisowska, M.Tramś, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Revision knee arthroplasty with use of Scorpio TS – early results. J.Kowalczewski, D.Marczak, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Treatment of the loose total knee prothesis with Scorpio TS revision system. K.Marguła, J.Wierzchowie, M.Czerner, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Methods of management of bone stock defects in RKA. J.Dutka, P.Skowronek, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Disscusion (7min)


12:30-12:45 Coffee break

12:45-14:05. Session VI: Complications. Moderators: J. Skowroński, K.Karpas, K.Kwiatkowski, P.Małdyk

  •     Plenary lecture. Our approach to the management of the infected total knee arthroplasty. K.Karpaš, P.Šponer, (Czech), Plenary lecture (15’)
  •     Infection at the site of total knee arthoplasty – methods of surgical tratment. T.Tomáš, L.Nachtnebl, P.Otiepka, (Czech), Plenary lecture (10‘)
  •     Operative technique and post operative treatment in septic revision arthroplasty with use of Scorpio TS. J.Kowalczewski, D.Marczak, (Poland) (7’)
  •     Restricted motion after total knee arthroplasty. K.Karpaš,  T.Kucera, (Czech) (7’)
  •     Complications in 223 cases of the Oxford Phase 3 unicondylar arthroplasty (UCA) in a county hospital. L.Lisowski,  J.Bloemsaat-Minekus, I. Curfs, A.Lisowski, (Netherlands) (7’)
  •     Periprosthetic fractures of the femur after Total Knee Replacement. W. Pospula, A.Al Mukaimi, T.Abu Noor, (Kuwait) (7’)
  •     Distal femoral periprosthetic fracture – comparsion between nail and plate osteosynthesis. T.Tomáš, A.Bartes, L.Nachtnebl, (Czech) (7‘)
  •     Periprosthetic fractures in the joint knee region – means of provisioning in departments material. G.Sterkowicz, M.Nowak, R.Sowiński, J.Michalski, (Poland) (7’)


14:05-14:15 Closing ceremony

14:15-15:00  Lunch

 

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