CONFERINȚA JUBILIARĂ ATOM 2018
25 de ani de la înființarea ATOM
IAȘI, 15-16 IUNIE 2018 - Palatul Culturii
14 credite EMC
8 credite EMC - Conferința „ATOM 2018: Actualități în ortopedie și traumatologie”
6 credite EMC - Curs preconferință „Chirurgia gleznei și a piciorului”
CHIRURGIA GLEZNEI ȘI PICIORULUI
IAȘI, 14 Iunie 2018 - PALAS CONGRESS HALL
Prof. dr. Wilhelm Friedl
Nominated Commitee member for the Special Traumatology Specialist Examination to 2018 1994 – 31.12.16 Chief Departement for Orthopedic surgery , orthopaedic Trauma and Hand Surgery Klinikum Aschaffenburg teaching Hosp.of the Univ. Wuerzburg.
The Departement of Ortopedic, trauma and Hand surgery Klinikum Aschaffenburg is one of the biggest Musculo-skelatal surgery centers with 98 adult beds and additional pediatric trauma, intermediate care and Surgical Intensive care bets so that about 120 beds are used. Over 5000 in hospital operations are performed. Medical team consists of 7 Consultants and 18 residents. The clinical activity consists of trauma of all bones including spine and pelvis, Minimally invasive approach, arrhroscopic and open surgery of large and small joint including ACT and meniscal transplants, Arthroplasty of Hip, knee, shoulder and elbow, Bone and soft tissue tumour surgery including tissue transfer surgery, Hand surgery The Hospital is recognized as Overregional Trauma Center of the Trauma Network of the German Trauma Society (DGU) and also for the highest level of trauma care(SAV= Schwerverletztenarten Verfahren) of the work insurancees (Berufsgenossenschaften) The department includes a Certified Arthroplasty Center led by Prof. dr. Wilhelm Fridl.
Special Recognition: 2007 Visiting Prof Univ Timisoara /Roumania
Prof. Dr. John Grady
Prof. Dr. Grady is both chief of podiatry and director of the prestigious podiatric surgical residency program at the Veterans Administration Chicago Healthcare Westside Division. He is also on the surgical staff of Advocate Christ Hospital and Medical Center, Ingalls Memorial Hospital, and Little Company of Mary Hospital. In addition, Dr. Grady is the founder of Foot & Ankle Institute of Illinois.
Prof. Grady has developed many types of reconstructive surgeries, such as complex diabetic Charcot reconstruction. He has advanced training in peripheral nerve decompression and repair from Johns Hopkins University. Currently, Dr. Grady is the scientific chairman of the Midwest Podiatry Conference, which is the largest podiatric conference in the nation, and is a past president of the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association.
Prof. Dr. Florin Ramadani
Prof. Ramadani is the Head of the Traumatology Department at the “Klinikum Wels/ Grieskirchen”, Wels, Austria, American Hospital Pristina and Clinical Professor at the University of Tetovo, Macedonia.
He has advanced training in the multiligamentous knee surgery and patellofemoral instability.His preoccupation for the diabetic Charcot reconstruction involve the development ofthe dedicated implant (ankle-stable plate for diabetic foot).Recently, Dr. Ramadani was chosen Associate Pofessor at “Gr. T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania.
Prof. Dr. Hans Zwipp
Professor of Trauma Surgery at the University Hospital “Carl Gustav Carus” Dresden, Department of Trauma and Reconstruction Surgery, Prof. Dr. Hans Zwipp was dedicated to lead research in different areas:
• Investigation of the interactions at biologized boundary layers of implants in the bone
• Biomechanical studies of the foot and ankle osteosynthesis
• Joint therapy of cartilage damage of the upper ankle
• Rescue medicine, accident research and polytrauma
• Minimally invasive suture of Achilles tendon rupture with the Dresden instrument
Dr. Zwipp has developed many types of reconstructive surgeries and C-Nail represents a new concept in calcaneal osteosynthesis.
He has also published numerous articles in medical journals and textbooks and it is well known that Zwipp calcaneal fracture classification presents a high correlation to the choice of therapy.
Prof. Dr. Ernst Orthner
Prof. Dr. Ernst Orthner, Head of the Fußzentrum Wels and Klagenfurt is specialized in foot and ankle surgery.
His research efforts led to the development of the ankle arthroplasty and triple A prosthesis is synonym with his name.
Lapidus procedure was improved by his innovative locking plate.
Prof. Dr. Reiner Schnettler
Prof. Schnettler is a renowned expert in the fields of trauma surgery, large joint arthroscopy and bone regeneration.
Following his graduation at the Goethe University in 1980, Prof. Schnettler completed his training as a surgeon at the BG Trauma Center in Frankfurt. In 1995, he joined the University of Giessen as the Chair of the Department of Traumatology and the Laboratory of Experimental Trauma Surgery. He has been serving as the university’s Vice Dean of Medicine since 2009. He also serves as the official Spokesperson for the Collaborative Research Centre, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), focusing on “Materials for tissue regeneration within systemically altered bone”.
Prof. Schettler’s has received many awards for his life’s work, including an Honorary doctorate from the Carol Davila University in Romania and a Honorary professorship from the University of Montevideo in Uruguay. He has spent significant time abroad, working at Columbia University (USA), the Lund Orthopaedic Clinic (Sweden), the Los Angeles Orthopedic Center (USA) and the Chinese University (Hong Kong.)