A unique and well-structured course using specially crafted anatomical animal bone constructs to learn and practice hand fracture fixations.
This course is aimed at all levels for Plastic Surgery & Orthopaedic trainee surgeons and Foundation Year trainees. Over the 2 days the aim will be to familiarise and gain confidence in strategy, stabilisation and fixation of all hand fractures.
The two day course will be an enjoyable way of getting to grips with this challenging and less frequented subject through the use of live video demonstrations and innovative animal bone constructs to give the ͞real bone feel.
- Algorithm for Hand Fracture Management
- Medartis Kit
- Lag Screw Technique
- Neutralisation Plate
- Compression Plate
- Condylar Blade Plate
- Cerclage Wiring
- Crossed Kirschner Wiring
- Hynes & Giddins Device
- Suzuki Distraction Device
- Live video demonstration
- Animal bone constructs for the ‘real bone feel’
- Innovative practice models
- Photo manual for reference
All levels of Plastic Surgery and Orthopaedic trainees and also for those considering a career in these specialties.
Next Course: 9th & 10 July 2022 | REGISTER INTEREST
Venue: Queen Mary’s University, London (Whitechapel Road Site)
(10% discount offered when you book on more than one course or for returning candidates)