Manchester Pelvic Trauma course
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MANCHESTER PELVIC TRAUMA COURSE

Cadaveric Practical Pelvic Trauma Approaches 

Manchester Surgical Skills and Simulation Centre

6th January, 2023

Welcome to Manchester Pelvic Trauma Course. A pelvic trauma cadaveric approaches course aimed at consultants, senior and junior trainees, SAS and theatre practitioners. 


This one day course will incorporate the development of surgical skills in a cadaveric workship with clinical decision making in pelvic trauma, from arrival at the Emergency Department to emergency management in the hybrid theatre and definitive treatment.

The faculty are all experienced pelvic surgeons, and the high faculty to participant ratio will ensure maximal hands on experience.

This course is supported by Synthes-Depuy. Any revenues will be donated to the Orthocycle charity , which recycles medical devices for less economically advantaged countries.

Attendees will need to bring hospital identification for admission. No cameras or telephones are allowed in the cadaveric lab.

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COURSE FACULTY

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JOSEPH ALSOUSOU

Course Convenor

Pelvis, Acetabulum and hip arthroplasty consultant surgeon at Manchester University Hospital NHS trust. He was fellowship trained in both Oxford and Cambridge. His clinical focus is on Pelvis trauma surgery, periprosthetic and complex hip arthroplasty. His academic work has attracted several awards including: EFORT, BOA, BOFAS, BASEM and ARUK awards. He is the founder director of Rooms4nhs.com charitable initiative

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JAI RAWAL

Faculty Guest Speaker

Jai is a Consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon specialist interest trauma, pelvic and acetabular surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He has a wealth of experience in P&A surgery and Trauma education.

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Mehool (Mez) Acharya

Faculty Guest Speaker

Professor Acharya is a consultant at Frenchay and the Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Southmead in Bristol with special interest in orthopaedic trauma and lower limb joint replacement, in particular pelvic reconstruction, complex trauma, hip and knee replacement and revision hip surgery. 

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Homa Arshad

Faculty Guest Speaker

Miss Arshad is the Lead Clinical Surgeon in the Trauma and Orthopaedics department at the Royal London Hospital. She teaches as international faculty for AO and the London Pelvic FRCS Viva course and is a National instructor of Advanced Trauma Life Support instructors. Since returning to London, Miss Arshad has been appointed as Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer and tutor for the International Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences MSc at Queen Mary University of London.

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MOHAMED KENAWY

Faculty

Mohamed is a Paediatric Orthopaedic surgeon at the Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, with an interest in hip surgery, adolescent hip preservation, limb reconstruction & complex trauma. His research interests are in the field of paediatric pelvic trauma & limb recon.

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DAUD CHOU

Faculty

Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon / Major Trauma Service Consultant at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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Faculty 

MOHAMMED RAFI IQBAL

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AMER SHOAIB

Course Director

Consultant orthopaedic limb reconstruction and foot and ankle surgeon at Manchester University Foundation trust. Amer is an experienced trauma and war surgeon. His experience extends from Bosnia, Afghanistan, Somalia and Syria. His is founder director of Orthocycle charity 

Consultant Pelvic and Acetabular Orthopaedic Surgeon at Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He has a wide experience of pelvic and acetabular surgery, as well as contributing to the Major Trauma service in Salford. He completed a fellowship in Pelvic and Acetabular Surgery at King’s College Hospital in London, as well as a Hip Arthoplasty fellowship in Cambridge.

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

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  1. Anatomy of pelvic ring and acetabulum

  2. classification of pelvis and acetabulum

  3. Emergency pelvic trauma Management 

  4. Pelvic Ring Approaches 

  5. ORIF Pelvic Ring : Pubic Symphysis and posterior arch 

  6. Acetabulum Fractures Surgical management 

  7. Percutaneous Fixation 

CADAVERIC WORKSHOP

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  1. Radiology Positionings and views 

  2. External fixator application

  3. Percutaneous anterior and posterior column 

  4. Sacroiliac screws 

  5. Anterior InFix 

  6. Smith Peterson and Anterior approach 

  7. Modified Stoppa Approach 

  8. Anterior approach SI-joint

  9. Posterior approach SI-joint

  10. Kocher-Langenbeck approach

  11. Gibson Approach and Safe surgical dislocation

  12. Ilioinguinal approach

SPONSORS

This course is sponsored by Orthocycle.org and DepuySynthes

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CONTACT US

Please book using the link above or go to Orthocycle.org 

We will be happy to help. Contact us via email or through Orthocycle.org

Venue: 

Manchester Surgical Skills & Simulation Centre

Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PT, United Kingdom

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