EUROSPINE

Eurospine 2018

19-21 September, Barcelona, Spain

Industry Lunch Workshops - Thursday 20 September 2018 12:00-14:00


Meeting Room 113
Challenging complications in deformity – treatment, prevention and driving safer surgery


How to recognize patients at risk for PJK? Treatment strategies and how to address when failure occurs
Andrew James Bowey, UK

Real life surgical dilemmas: Pearls to react quickly and minimize complications (case presentations)
TBC

How is robotics making deformity surgery safer?
Harel Arzi, Israel

Q&A

Meeting Room 118+119
Controversies in Sagittal Alignment
Is there a relationship between Adjacent Segment Disease (ASD) and Sagittal Alignment?


Claudio Lamartina, Italy
Dominique Rothenfluh, UK
Martin Gehrchen, Denmark

ASD is a common complication of lumbar spinal fusion surgery, despite solid fusion at the treated level(s). Spinal fusion at the index level seems to create compensatory increases in motion at adjacent level. Multiple factors could cause ASD, however the importance of spinopelvic sagittal alignment is not well understood.

During this session you will learn:
• If and How alignment is associated with ASD
• Diagnostic value of sagittal parameters for ASD
• Practical tips and tricks to reduce ASD
• Considerations for adolescent patients

Meeting Room 132
Oblique Lateral Prepsoas Interbody Fusion. Lateral made safe, quick and simple.


Joël Delécrin, France
Marc Szadkowski, France


Meeting Room 120+121
LUNCH SYMPOSIUM ENNOVATE®
TREATMENT CASCADES AND COMPLICATIONS MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS AFFECTED WITH OSTEOPOROSIS


Welcome & Introduction
Wolfgang Daiber, Germany

Holistic treatment of osteoporosis - Pros & cons for a combined implant- & drug treatment? - Is there a benefit for patient outcome?
Thomas Blattert, Germany

Intra- and postoperative complication management – How to decide and how to treat.
Michael Rauschmann, Germany

The best solution for your patient – Which therapy and approach is the most appropriate?
Mohd Hisam Muhamad Ariffin


Meeting Room 122+123
Endoscopic Spine Surgery: Established Applications and New Techniques


Transforaminal endoscopic approach – my experience and evolution
Daniel Laich, USA

Transforaminal endoscopic surgery in LDH and my adoption rate
Frank Hassel, Germany

When do I use the transforaminal or the interlaminar endoscopic technique
Erik Traupe, Germany

My experience in endoscopic treatment of lumbar and cervical stenosis
Ralf Wagner, Germany

How I treat the facet joint pain – indications and own experience
Stefano Meloncelli, Italy

SIJ pain treatment – my experience and first study
Richard Ibrahim, Germany

Meeting Room 129
Advanced imaging in spine: “Step into the new dimension of spine surgery”


Experience with the Hybrid OR in spine/ Advantages of an Hybrid OR during spine surgery
Sebastian Lippross, Germany

First clinical experiences with new Augmented Reality Surgical Navigation technology in scoliotic patients
Erik Edstrom, Sweden

Meeting Room 130
The Concept of full-endoscopic Spine Surgery - State of the Art and latest developments


Full-endoscopic interlaminar and trans-/extraforaminal surgery of lumbar disk herniations-Technique and indications
Sebastian Ruetten, Germany

Full-endoscopic decompression of lateral and central spinal stenosis
Christoph J. Siepe, Germany

Development and experiences in Full-endoscopic Spine Surgery from Spain – Case presentations
Ghassan Elgeadi, Spain

Advanced techniques in Full-endoscopic Spine Surgery at the cervical and thoracic spine
Sebastian Ruetten, Germany

Discussion

Meeting Room 128
Spinal fracture treatment: challenges & solutions


Jean-Charles Le Huec, France
Steven Van Gaalen, The Netherlands
Andreas Demetriades, Scotland


Meeting Room 131
Exact surgical planning in adult deformity. Already winning more than half the battle?


Basics of sagittal balance in surgical planning
Markus Quante, Germany

MIS in Degenerative Deformities – Possibilities and Limitations
Motasem A. Al Maaieh, USA

Coronal plane correction and coronal balance with special regard to fusions to the pelvis
Pablo Clavel, Spain

Avoiding “topping off”
Henry Halm, Germany

Meeting Room 127
Advances in degenerative scoliosis techniques utilising porous metal interbody cages


Segmental correction with 360 degrees multilevel spinal column release – A step towards achieving consistent and reproducible results in degenerative scoliosis surgery.
Saeed Mohammad, UK
Silviu Sabou, UK

Bony in-growth potential of 3D-printed porous titanium alloy: a direct comparison of interbody cage materials in an in vivo ovine lumbar fusion model.
Joerg Kintscher, Germany

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