Thursday 5 Oct 2017

Main Lecture Hall (Aula) at Collegium Novum, Jagiellonian University, ul. Gołębia 24

19.00 Opening Cremony Opening lecture

Prof. Julian Dutka Allegory and philosophy of a body motion.

Friday 6 Oct 2017

City Council Hall, Plac Wszystkich Świętych 3

SESSION 1  Primary TKA.8.15 – 9.40

Moderators: Nanne Kort, Roland Becker, James Waddell, Julian Dutka

8.15 - 8.25  1. What’s new - trends in TKA. (10’) 

Roland Becker / Germany

Arthroplasty pathway worldwide:

8.25 - 8.32  2. Patient pathway in Canada. (7’)

  James Waddell / Canada

8.32 - 8.39  3. Patient pathway in Germany. (7’)

  Michael Clarius Germany

8.39 - 8.46  4. Patient pathway in Russia. (7’)

  Nikolay Kornilov / Russia

8.46 - 8.53  5. Patient pathway in Poland. (7’)

  Łukasz Dutka, Paweł Skowronek, Julian Dutka / Poland

8.53 - 9.05  6. Experience and frame conditions to perform an ambulant knee arthroplasty. (12)

  Jerome Villeminot / France

9.05 - 9.15    7. Evidence based Pathway optimisation for knee arthroplasty. (10’)

       Nanne Kort / Holland

9.15 - 9.25    8. How to implement Pathway optimisation for TKA in your hospital. (10’)

             Nanne Kort / Holland

9.25 - 9.40    Discussion

9.40 - 9.55    Coffee break

SESSION 2 Surgical techniques 9.55 - 11.38

Moderators: Siegfried Hofmann, Philippe Neyret, Paweł Małdyk

9.55 - 10.05   9. Kinematic or mechanical alignment in total knee arthroplasty? (10’)

Siegfried Hofmann / Austria

10.05 - 10.15  10. Rotation of the femoral component in TKA. (10’)

Roland Becker / Germany

10.15 - 10.25  11. Rotation of the tibial component in TKA. (10’)

Siegfried Hofmann / Austria

10.25 - 10.35  12. Soft tissue balancing in varus and valgus deformity. (10’)

Paolo Adravanti / Italy

10.35 - 10.45  13. How I do a TKA in a lateral femorotibial Osteoarthritis. (10’)

Philippe Neyret / France

10.45 - 10.52 14. Patellar instability - and knee arthroplasty. (7’)

Stefan Podesek / Poland

10.52 - 10.59  15. Which approach is the best in TKA? (7’)

Michał Skowronek, Julian Dutka / Poland

10.59 - 11.06 16. Does low-constraint mobile bearing knee prosthesis give satisfactory results for severe coronal deformities? A five to twelve year follow up study. (7’)

Jaroslaw Czekaj, Camdon Fary, Thierry Gaillard, Sebastien Lustig / France

11.06 - 11.13 17. Midterm Results of Cementless TKA - A Prospective Cohort Study. (7’)

Radosław Stempin / Poland

11.13 - 11.23  18. 3rd condyle: concept, clinical results, benefits, experience. (10’)

Guillaume Demey / France

11.23 - 11.38  Discussion

11.38 - 11.55  Coffee break

SESSION 3 Post-traumatic knee arthroplasty 11.55 - 13.05

Moderators: Paolo Adravanti, Niall Flynn, Szymon Dragan

11.55 - 12.05  19. TKA in post-traumatic osteoarthritis. (10’)

Paolo Adravanti / Italy

12.05 - 12.15  20. TKA after femoral malunion. (10’)

Philippe Neyret / France

12.15 - 12.22 21. One stage total knee arthroplasty with long stemmed tibia for traumatic tibial diaphysis fracture with co-existing osteoarthritis of the knee- a novel technique. (7’)

Sanjay B Londhe / India

12.22 - 12.29  22. The choice of implant in difficult primaries total knee arthroplasty. (7’)

Artur Krawczyk, Mirosław Kulej, Andrzej Wielgus, Szymon Ł. Dragan, Wiktor Urbański, Piotr Morasiewicz, Szymon F. Dragan / Poland

12.29 - 12.55 Satellite session Stryker (27’) Niall Flynn / UK

  1. How does design influence technique and functional performance ?
  1. Indication for cementless knees & clinical results.
  1. Question & Answers – At Stryker booth location.

12.55 - 13.05  Discussion

13.05 - 13.50  Lunch

SESSION 4 Navigation and PSI 13.50 - 14.35

Moderators: Marek Synder, Nikolay Kornilov, Jan Káňa

13.50 - 13.57 26. The evaluation of total knee replacement implanted with and without navigation system. (7’)

Marek Synder / Poland

13.57 - 14.04  27. Patients specific instruments (PSI) - a new way or just a new fashion? (7’)

Jan Káňa / Czech Republic

14.04 - 14.11 28. The relationship of the posterior condylar axis and Whiteside’s axis in varus osteoarthritic Indian knees undergoing primary TKA: a computer navigation based study. (7’) Giridhar Boyapati / India

14.11 - 14.18  29.Personalized Instrumentation TruMatch® in Primary TKA - Case Study. (7’)

Gajda Tomasz, Kaleta Marek, S. Karpik, R. Piotr, Bielecki Tomasz / Polan

14.18 - 14.25 30. Relationship of correctable Varus deformity with femur external rotation in patients undergoing total knee arthroplasty using computer assisted surgery and comparison between gap management and measured resection techniques. (7’)

Giridhar Boyapati / India

14.25 - 14.35  Discussion

SESSION 5 Complication and Infection 14.35 -

Moderators: Michael Clarius, Jacek Kruczyński, David Jahoda

14.35 - 14.47 31. What’s new - in TKA infection treatment? - Early clinical experiences with Stimulan in infected cases. (12’)

David Jahoda / Czech Republic

14.47 - 14.57  32. Reasons for revision of a UKA - Assessment of failed UKA. (10’)

Michael Clarius / Germany

14.57 - 15.04  33. Missed pathology- is this the cause of unhappy TKR patient? (7’)

Sanjay B Londhe / India

15.04 - 15.11  34. Retrieval Analysis Of Rotating Hinge Bearings From Failed Total Knee Replacements. (7’)

Łukasz Łapaj, Adrian Mróz, Justyna Wendland, Jacek Markuszewski, Jacek Kruczyński / Poland

15.11 - 15.18 35. Deep dish inlays used in fixed bearing total knee replacements may be associated with increased backside wear rates : a retrieval analysis of 14 implants. (7’)

Łukasz Łapaj, Justyna Wendland , Jacek Kruczyński / Poland

15.18 - 15.30  36. Oncological challenges in limb salvage surgery around the knee joint. (7’)

Daniel Kotrych, Andrzej Bohatyrewicz / Poland

15.30 - 15.40  Discussion

19:30 Dinner

Historical Museum Rynek Underground, Main Market Square 1 

Saturday 7 Oct 2017

City Council Hall, Plac Wszystkich Świętych 3

SESSION 6 Blood management, pain control and rehabilitation. Varia 08.15 - 09.05

Moderators: Jacek Kruczyński, Giridhar Boyapati, Juliusz Dec

08.15 - 08.22  37. Management of postoperative pain. (7’)

Taimoor Sehgol / Australia

08.22 - 08.29 38. Chronic post-surgical pain after total knee arthroplasty and its preoperative risk factors – narrative review. (7’)

Paweł Chodór, Jacek Kruczyński / Poland

08.29 - 08.36 39. Comparison of adductor canal block with combined adductor canal block and intra-articular epidural catheter infiltration for pain relief after total knee arthroplasty. (7’)

Giridhar Boyapati / India

08.36 - 08.43 40. Tranexamic Acid in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty – Hype or Hero? A Single Surgeon's Case Serie. (7’)

Karen Chui, Shanaka Senevirathna, Madeleine Bickley, Sanjiv Chugh / UK

08.43 - 08.50 41. Gait analysis of patients who have undergone total and uni-condylar knee replacement. (7’)

Archit Agarwal / Scotland

08.50 - 08.57 42. Evaluation of functional stability of lower limb in patients after TKA using the BCS prosthesis. (7’)

Juliusz Dec, Maciej Biały, Adam Pierzchała / Poland

08.57 - 09.05  Discussion

SESSION 7  Complication and Infection 09.05 - 10.40

Moderators: James Waddell, Jacek Kowalczewski, Bruno Violante, Michele Attilio Rosa

09.05 - 09.15   43. Infection diagnosis. (10’)

Bruno Violante / Italy

09.15 - 09.25   44. Indications for the use of antibiotic bone cement in knee replacement surgery - what is the evidence? (10’)

James Waddell / Canada

09.25 - 09.35   45. Single or two stage revision for infection. (10’)

Peter Stangenberg / Germany

09.35 - 09.42   46. Gastrocnemius muscle flap for the reconstruction of the extensor mechanism in revision total knee arthroplasty in the course of infection – report of three cases. (7’)

Paweł Maleta, Andrzej Pawelec, Waldemar Gołda, Jerzy Jaworski, Paweł Skowronek, Paweł Olszewski, Mateusz Nęcki / Poland

09.42 - 09.52   47. The use of calcium carbonate beads containing gentamicin in the septic revision of TKA. (10’)

Jacek Kowalczewski, Dariusz Marczak, Piotr Dudek, D. Grzelecki / Poland

09.52 - 09.59   48. Spacer as a source of re- infection? Comparison of cultures and 16s r-RNA sequencing for identification for bacteria in 2-stage revision knee arthroplasty. (7’)

Marcin Borowski / Poland

09.59 - 10.09    59. Postoperative Pain following Total Knee Arthroplasty. (10’)

Nikolay Kornilov / Russia 

10.09 - 10.19 50. Electromagnetic growing prosthesis in huge lower limb dismetry of adult complicating a knee tumor resection. (10’)

Michele Attilio Rosa, Fenga Domenico / Italy

10.19 - 10.26 51. Wear of THR inlays from cross-linked polyethylene produces fewer and smaller particles than conventional UHMWPE, however they demonstrate osteolytic activity. (7’)

Łukasz Łapaj, Dominika Kaźmierczak, Agnieszka Ziółkowska, Justyna Wendland, Jacek Kruczyński / Poland

10.26 - 10.40  Discussion

10.40 - 10.55  Coffee break

SESSION 8 Revision TKA 10.55 - 11.56

Moderators: Krzysztof Gawęda, Bielecki Tomasz, Peter Stangenberg

10.55 - 11.05  52. Implant choice in Knee Revision. (10’)

Peter Stangenberg / Germany

11.05 - 11.15  53. Treating Stiff Knee after TKA - an Algorithm. (10’)

Mohammed AbuSafieh / Germany

11.15 - 11.25  54. Dealing with bone defects. Bone grafts. Sleeves/cons. (10’)

Taras Kuliaba / Russia

11.25 - 11.32 55. Prothesoplasty of patella in the treatment of chronic pain after condylar knee arthroplasty. (7’)

Kaleta Marek, Gajda Tomasz, Rydel Piotr, Bielecki Tomas / Poland

11.32 - 11.39 56. Use of different implants in knee revision depending on primary procedure performed – own expereince. (7’)

Jarosław Szyszka, Marek Czerner / Poland

11.39 - 11.46 57. The causes of secondary patellar component implantation following TKA without patellar resurfacing. (7’)

Gawęda, M. Tarczyńska, Ł. Głodek / Poland

11.46 - 11.56 Discussion

SESSION 9 Patella and Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty 11.56 - 13.30

Moderators: Andreas Ottersbach, Damian Kusz, Jan Blacha, Mohammed AbuSafieh

11.56 - 12.06  58. Patella first in primary TKA. (10’)

Bruno Violante / Italy

12.06 - 12.13  59. PFJ arthroplasty - the most difficult are the indications. (7’)

Blacha, A. Stocki, D. Kędzierski. M. Krupka, P. Szymański / Poland

12.13 - 12.23 60. Retrospective 5-Year Analysis of Revision Rate and Functional Outcome of TKA With and Without Patella Implant. (10’)

Andreas Ottersbach / Switzerland

12.23 - 12.30  61. Patellofemoral Replacement after Oxford Partial Knee Arthroplasty. (7’)

Radosław Stempin / Poland

12.30 - 12.37  62. How to increase number of UKA? Indications and results. (7’)

Paweł Skowronek, Julian Dutka, Michał Skowronek, Rafał Musiałek, Mateusz Bukowczan / Poland

12.37 - 12.47  63. Mobile vs fixbearing. Indication and Experience with fixed bearing. (10’)

Mohammed AbuSafieh / Germany

12.47 - 12.54  64. Expanded indications for 147 UKA in years 2013-2016. (7’)

Andrzej Kozłowski, Andrzej Krajewski / Poland

12.54 - 13.01  65. UNIKA - one-half of a total knee prosthesis or something more? (7’)

Alexander Benko, O. Kezlya, Michail Gerasimenko, Andrew Korol`ko / Belarus

13.01 - 13.08 66. Revision of Fixed Bearing Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty. Causes, Technical Remarks and Clinical Outcomes. (7’)

Peter Wojdyna / Sweden

13.08 - 13.15  67. Is there a place for focal femoral condyle resurfacing? (7’)

Michał Wójcik, Damian Kusz, Konrad Kopeć, Michał Łaszczyca / Poland

13.15 - 13.30  Discussion

13.30 - 14.15  Lunch

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