Trauma Academy BioSkills Course
FRACTURE TREATMENT

Spine - Complex Spine Fractures

Unstable thoracolumbar burst fractures are the focus of this two-day course. You will train the correct diagnostics, surgical intervention as well as postoperative treatment of the fracture outcomes on lifelike pre-fractured human specimens.

As an experienced surgeon, you will be able to deepen and expand your practical skills and knowledge in regards to thoracolumbar spine fractures.

 

Highly experienced instructors will guide you through the surgeries and provide immediate feedback as well as valuable tips and tricks ensuring  that you will have broaden your expert knowledge after the hands-on course.

The following topics are part of the course:

Holistic treatment of Unstable thoracolumbar burst fractures.

 

Independent surgery on pre-fractured human specimens.

Planning the treatment of an unstable thoracolumbar burst fracture.

 

Stabilization of an unstable fracture of the spinal column using a dorsal screw-rod system.

Ventral surgical approach to the thoracolumbar spine for stabilization of a vertebral compression fractures (VCF).

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"What makes this course format unique is that it is closer to the reality we face every day in the operating room or clinic than any other course format which has ever existed."

ABOUT THE FRACTURE

Unstable vertebral compression fractures at the thoracolumbar junction are a common entity. Correct diagnosis, surgical management, and postoperative treatment are crucial for a good clinical outcome

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(RIMASYS Group brand).

Certified by the North Rhine Medical Association (Ärztekammer Nordrhein) -

CME points will be recognized.

Trauma Academy Certificate „L5-Silver“.

Increase patient safety and improve patient outcomes.

Compliant environment with at least three medtech companies.

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