Courses

Stryker MIS Spine Solutions

Stryker MIS Spine Solutions

Date: 15-16 May 2019 Location: ASC Advances in Technologies and Techniques: MIS Spine Solutions This Stryker Product Training Event will provide education and training in the safe and effective use of the following Stryker products: MIS portfolio, Sonopet & Navigation, the surgical procedures in which such products are used, and/or the disease states that can be treated with such products. This is an interactive course with one day didactic and one day cadaveric lab training with high calibre international faculty. Dates:  May 15/16 2019 July 9/10 2019 September 4/5 2019
Stryker Fragility Fractures

Stryker Fragility Fractures

Date: 14-15 March 2019 Location: ASC Participants can expect a highly interactive course based on case discussions and according cad lab activities in small groups. They can experience and discuss new surgery assistance technologies for hip fractures (ADAPT) and the new locking methods for the tibia (with T2 Alpha). This course is intended for experienced and advanced Trauma surgeons (no beginners, no experts) who are actively involved in the management of Trauma patients on a daily basis. All case discussions will happen in English language only, so your candidates should feel comfortable with talking English and actively take part in the discussions.
Stryker Mako System Certification

Stryker Mako System Certification

Date: 07-08 March 2019 Location: ASC This course will feature interactive learning sessions with dedicated surgeon faculty to explore robotic‐arm assisted partial knee, total hip, and total knee procedures with the Mako System. It will include a review of the preoperative planning and surgical workflow, as well as hands‐on training on the Mako System. Attendees will perform Mako procedures on cadaveric specimens, guided by experienced faculty. Delegate Profile: New and experienced surgeons from hospitals that have acquired the Mako System and need training in order to start performing Robotic-arm assisted surgeries. Dates:  March 07-08 April 11-12 May 15-16 June 05-06
Stryker Hindfoot course

Stryker Hindfoot course

Date: 13-14 May 2019 Location: ASC This course will be on midfoot & hindfoot procedures and will be led by a faculty of European experts. This course will be interactive and will give a lot of space to practicing on cadaver specimens and exchanging with the faculty on case discussions. Surgical approaches and soft tissues reconstruction will be our focus. The course is intended for experienced foot and ankle surgeons. It is NOT suitable for beginners or registrars.
Upper Trauma Advanced Course

Upper Trauma Advanced Course

Date: 25 September 2019 Location: ASC This advanced Upper trauma course will focus on complex fractures of the elbow, proximal humerus and clavicle. It is led by a faculty of European experts and is meant to be highly interactive. The delegates will be able to discuss, in small groups, possible surgical approaches based on cases we will provide them and they will have to undertake the discussed approaches on the pre-fractured specimens during the cadaveric lab. This course is intended for experienced and advanced Trauma surgeons who are actively involved in the management of Trauma patients on a daily basis. It is NOT suitable for registrars.
Stryker - Hand and wrist advanced course

Stryker - Hand and wrist advanced course

11 March
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This course will focus on hand and wrist elective procedures (CMC and PIP arthroplasties mainly), as well as on complex hand & wrist fractures, and will be led by a faculty of European experts. This course is meant to be interactive, and we plan to have a lot of time dedicated to practice in the cadaveric lab and to case discussions. During the trauma session, the delegates will be able to practice on pre-fractured specimens and will be asked to discuss surgical approaches based on cases we will provide them. The course is intended for experienced hand & wrist surgeons. It is NOT suitable for beginners.