Limb reconstruction: 
bone infection
bone defects 
& deformity correction

The Royal College of Surgeons England has awarded upto 2 CPD points for this session

Join our panel for an introduction to limb reconstruction techniques for the general orthopaedic surgeon. This webinar – presented by:

This webinar will be aimed at the general orthopaedic surgeon and trainees. We wish to offer an insight into all aspect of limb reconstruction. The goal of this webinar is to allow you to understand the basic concepts that underpin limb reconstruction surgery.

Our panel will cover bone loss, bone infection and the correction of deformity.

Bone loss; how to assess bone defects, how to mange then in the acute setting, and what are the options for the reconstruction.

Bone infection; who is susceptible, how to assess and diagnose, initial management of acute infection and the management of chronic bone infection.

Deformity correction; from patient assessment through to planning and surgical correction of deformity.

This webinar is targeted at all orthopaedic surgeons; aspiring orthopaedic surgeons (from medical students and physicians associates, all the way through the ranks. This is also be relevant to our allied health professionals.

webinar cases

Take a look at these clinical cases prior to the webinar to start to consider the topics we are going to be discussing.

bone infection

bone defects

orthohub cases

We hope you enjoy the session and the cases. Check the webinars page for future events.

Faculty

wellbeing and resilience

Nima Heidari

Consultant Limb Reconstruction and Complex Foot and Ankle Surgeon

The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health

David Goodier

Consultant Limb Reconstruction Surgeon

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Hemant Sharma

Consultant Limb Reconstruction Surgeon

Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Pete Bates
Host

orthohub team member

Mike Barrett
Facilitator

orthohub team member

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