Donnerstag, 13. Februar • 14:05–14:25 • Hörsaal
Tips and tricks for successful total knee arthroplasty
David F. Dalury (Baltimore, MD/US)
Dr. David Dalury, a Brigham and Women‘s fellow and graduate of Dartmouth Medical School, is an established orthopedic surgeon with significant experience and expertise in primary and revision total hip and knee arthroplasty. Dr. Dalury is the Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at University of Maryland St Joseph’s Medical Center, President of Towson Orthopaedic Associates, and clinical Professor of Orthopedic surgery at University of Maryland Medicine. Dr. Dalury is a member of many societies including The Knee Society, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, and the European Knee Society. A nationally and internationally renowned surgeon, Dr. Dalury has over 50 publications in the area of hip and knee arthroplasty, and speaks frequently at invited talks.
Freitag, 14. Februar • 14:05–14:25 • Hörsaal
Simplify your revision total hip arthroplasty
Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham/GB)
Andrew Manktelow had been based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and completed his training as the Lecturer in the Academic Department of Orthopaedics at University College, London. Towards the end of his training, he worked for a year at Harvard University, based at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. It was in America that he developed a specific interest in hip arthroplasty and hip revision surgery. He was then appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the University Hospital, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham in 1999. He has developed his specialist primary and revision hip practice within the tertiary referral centre over the last 20 years. A recent focus has been to establish the East Midlands Specialist Orthopaedic Network to provide a framework to allow regional surgeons to present and discuss the management of complex orthopaedic cases in a multi- disciplinary setting. The concept facilitates the determination of the best management plan, ensuring appropriate surgical expertise is available, with additional support when required, to improve clinical outcomes. The work in this area received an AAOS award in 2018. Having worked within the Executive of the British Hip Society for a number of years, Andrew Manktelow became President in March 2018. Having completed one year in that role, since he has been elected to the Council of the British Orthopaedics Association, he hopes to contribute further. Andrew is active in hip research and involved in implant development in both primary and revision hip surgery. He is part of a world-wide development team and responsible for the first implantation of a now established socket system in Nottingham in 2009.