LUSTRUM Our Worst Case
Friday 29 June 2018
Venue: Singer Laren
“From Worst Case to Best Practice”
10.00 Opening Chairman NVOT
Moderator: Albert van Kampen
10.05 Cement augmentation using the TFNA for revision cases – Karl Stoffel, Basel
10.30 Hand-wrist injuries in perspective – Niels Schep, Rotterdam
10.55 “How a newly developed algorithm changed my daily practice in treating periprothetic fractures around the hip” – Karl Stoffel, Basel
11.20 Coffee break
11.50 Fluoroscopy of the Pelvis and Acetabulum – Theodoros Tosounidis, Leeds
12.15 Damage control on the scene and beyond – Tom Konig, London
12.40 NVOT 35 years Mission Statement – Rutger Zuurmond, Zwolle
13.50 Vertical shear injuries of the pelvis
14.15 Presentations old chairmen: “Best Practice” – Trauma-pearls: 5-10 minutes
14.45 Post-traumatic cartilage defects – Jacob Caron, Tilburg
15.10 Tea Break
15.40 Non-Union treatment, modern insights and treatment – Peter Kloen, Amsterdam
16.05 Biking lanes and trauma care – Tom Konig, London
16.30 The anatomy lesson of dr. Tulp – Frank Ypma, Groningen
Drinks & Walking Dinner
Introducing our keynote speakers
Maj Tom Konig is trauma and vascular consultant at the Royal London Hospital Major Trauma Center. He is known for his expertise on high energy trauma and damage control surgery. Cycle injuries are well counted for in The Netherlands. As people tend to cycle more often in Central London, these injuries rise in numbers too. He will talk on damage control surgery.
Professor Karl Stoffel is head of the orthopedic department in the Kantonspital Basel, Switzerland. He specializes in periprosthetic fractures and lower limb trauma. Modern insights and AO influence on how to treat these difficult periprosthetic fractures will be the main subject of his key note lecture.
Dr. Frank IJpma is trauma consultant at the University Medical Centre at Groningen and expert on medical history. His knowledge on Rembrandt and other Dutch Masters related to medicine is unparalleled. His key note lecture will reveal numerous surprises of the 17th century.
Theo H. Tosounidis MD PhD is an assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Crete since 2018. Before this appointment he worked for more than ten years as a consultant in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery at the Major Trauma Centre, Leeds General Infirmary with Prof. Giannoudis. His special intrest is pelvic and acetabular fracture surgery. He (co-)authored more than 75 peer-reviewed papers on various subjects in fracture and trauma surgery.