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Programme OB2018 2018-06-19T15:43:51+00:00

PROGRAMME

Thursday 3 May 2018

08.00 – Registration, Welcome coffee & Visit of the exhibitors

08.45 – What about the impending government-driven regulation (in collaboration with the Ministry of Health)

Moderators: Guy Molenaers & David Zorman

08.45 : Welcome – Min. Maggie De Block

09.00 : Evidence based practice plan – Mieke Walraevens

09.20 : Minimal Variable Care – Benoit Collin

09.40 : Impact of the minimal variable care on Hospital management – Koen Michiels

09.50 : How to deal with minimal variable care? – Christophe Fierens

10.00 : Reimbursment of Implants – Marleen Louagie

10.15 : Q&A – Dicussion

10.30 – Coffee break & Visit of the exhibitors

11.00 – What about the impending… Cont’d

11.00 : How will the regional government cope with the reduced hospital stay in 1st line care – Min. Jo Vandeurzen

11.25 : The Canadian experience in this matter – Véronique Boscart (CA)

11.50 : Guideline for pre-op evaluation by GP’s – Erik Vandermeulen

12.05 : What post-op info does the GP need from the Orthopaedic Surgeon? – Patrick Vankrunkelsven

12.20 : Q&A

12.30 – Lunch break & Visit of the exhibitors

13.30 – BVOT General Assembly

14.15 – Trauma

14.15 : Postoperative wound management – Eric de Groof

14.30: Appropriate use of antibiotics – Olivier Cornu

14.45 : Complications / When should I refer? – Christophe Marchal

15.00 – Spine

15.00 : Guidelines in the treatment of Low Back Pain and Radicular Pain: a joint effort with the KCE – Verhulst Dominique & Van Lerbeirghe Johan

15.45 – Coffee break & Visit of the exhibitors

16.30 – Total Hip: Registry & Infection

Moderators: Katleen Pittoors & Jean-Pierre Simon

16.30 : The Orthopride Hip-Registry, where are we? – Thierry Scheerlinck

16.42 : Red and Wet? Oh my God…What now?? – Kris Govaers

16.54 : OPAT in the treatment of infected Total Hip Arthroplasty – Annette Schuermans

17.06 : Discussion

17.15 – Post-operative pain after shoulder surgery

17.15 : Results of the national survey on postoperative pain protocols after shoulder surgery – Antoon Van Raebroeckx

17.27 : The role of the anesthetist – Peter De Mulder

17.39 : New evolutions in pain medication, myths & facts of opioids – Minne Casteels

18.03 : How to prepare and guide our patient to a possible painful surgery – Clinical psychologist

18.15 : End of Session

18.30 – Early Orthopeadic Networking Walking Dinner @ Kwint

11.00 : Shoulder by BELSS

12.30 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : Trauma by BOTA

16.00 : Coffee break & visit of the exhibitors

16.30 : Trauma by BOTA

18.30 : Early Orthopeadic Networking Walking Dinner @ Kwint

11.00 : Hip by BHS

12.30 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : Hip by BHS

16.00 : Coffee break & visit of the exhibitors

16.30 : Spine by BSS

18.30 : Early Orthopeadic Networking Walking Dinner @ Kwint

11.00 : VOGV-VVOV

12.30 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : VOGV-VVOV

16.00 : Coffee break & visit of the exhibitors

16.30 : VOGV-VVOV

18.30 : Early Orthopeadic Networking Walking Dinner @ Kwint

Friday 4 May 2018

08.00 – Registration, Welcome coffee & Visit of the exhibitors

08.45 – Interdisciplinary workshop – The importance of transmural clinical pathways with shoulder surgery as case study

Moderators: Koen Balcaen, Isabelle du Bus de Warnaffe

Speakers: Geert Goderis, Myriam Polfliet

09.30 – Knee

09.30 : Alarming signs after a TKP – Hilde Vandenneucker

09.45 : Rational use of imaging in the knee – Carl Brabants

10.00 : Q&A

10.15 – Postoperative care in hand surgery: do’s and don’ts

10.15 : Postoperative alarm signals – Joris Duerinckx

10.24 : Scar management – Jörg Bahm

10.32 : Rehabilitation – Gwendolyn van Strien (NL)

10.41 : CRPS – Jörg Bahm

10.50 : Discussion

11.00 – Coffee break & Visit of the exhibitors

11.30 – Sarcoma

11.30 : Introduction of the Belgian Sarcoma Group (BeSG) – Gwen Sys

11.45 : Guidelines for the Management of Soft Tissue Tumours – Hazem Wafa

12.00 : Guidelines for the Management of Bone Sarcomas – Thomas Schubert

12.15 – Patient management before and after Foot and Ankle surgery

12.15 : What to discuss before surgery ? – Geoffroy Vandeputte

12.30 : Management after surgery – Anny Steenwerckx

12.45 : Discussion and Interactive session – Stefan Desmyter

13.00 – Lunch break & Visit of the exhibitors

14.00 – BOTRA

Moderator Jan Victor

14.00 : The athlete’s perspective – Hans Van Alphen

14.30 : The surgeon’s perspective – Johan Bellemans

15.00 : Free paper session

Moderator: Jan Victor en Johan Bellemans

15.00: The Role of the Vascular and Structural Response to Activity in the Development of Achilles Tendinopathy: A Prospective Study – Evi Wezenbeek

15.08: Custom-made triflanged acetabular components in the treatment of major acetabular defects. Short-term results and clinical experience – Irisa Myncke

15.16: Evaluation of screw placement in proximal humeral fractures regarding drilling manoeuvre and surgeon’s experience – Jan Dauwe

15.24: Historic review an current approach of bilateral posterior fracture dislocation of the shoulders – Jan-Wouter Huizing

15.32: The migration percentage measure on EOS® standing full-leg radiographs: a valid, reproducible and radiation friendly alternative – Jef Neirynck

15.40: Progression of scoliosis after skeletal maturity in patients with cerebral palsy: a systematic review – Klaas Victor

15.48: Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy for the Treatment of Prosthetic Knee and Hip Infections in Belgium, a Cost Minimization Analysis – Niels Debaenst

15.56: Mucoid degeneration of the anterior cruciate ligament as a cause of limited knee flexion and posterior knee pain; results of complete arthroscopic resection – Nicolas Himpe

16.04: Correction of Intermetatarsal Angle as Result of First Metatarsophalangeal Fusion: Are there Predictive Factors Contributing to the Correction? – Laurens De Cock

 16.12: Short-term results after total trapeziectomy with a poly-L/D-lactide spacer – Kjell Van Royen

 16.20: Treatment of non-idiopathic clubfeet with the Ponseti method: a systematic review – Tine De Mulder

16.30: General discussion

17.00 – Adjourn

9.00 : See plenary or other parallel session

11.00 : Coffee break & visit of the exhibitors

11.30 : Knee by BKS & BAPO

13.00 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : Physio by AXXON

17.00 : Adjourn

09.00 : Tumours by BeSG

11.00 : Coffee break & visit of the exhibitors

11.30 : Hand by BHG

13.00 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : Adjourn

09.00 : Foot by BFAS

11.00 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

11.30 : Foot by BFAS

13.00 : Walking lunch & visit of the exhibitors

14.00 : Adjourn