The 2012 Marshall University Arthroplasty Course: Controversies and Technological Advances in Primary & Complex Hip & Knee Replacement, is slated for May 18 to 20, according to a recent International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) news release. The event will be held at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WVa. The news release reports that the 3-day CME course is designed to highlight indications and detailed surgical techniques with pearls to prevent, diagnose and treat complications related to primary and complex hip and knee replacement.
The conference’s target audience reportedly includes orthopaedic surgeons, physician assistants, and nurses. According to the event’s agenda, expert faculty will guide participants through research and effective practices in hip and knee joint reconstruction. Scheduled topics include non-operative treatment of osteoarthritis (OA), gender issues in total joint arthroplasty, total hip case presentation, and innovations in surgical dressing.
The news release adds that early registration begins April 18.
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