Pediatric Spine Foundation 16th International Congress on Early Onset Scoliosis and the Growing Spine 2022

35 $

+ Include: 93 videos + 1 pdf, size: 3.67 GB

+ Target Audience: orthopaedic and neurological surgeons


+ Include: 93 videos + 1 pdf, size: 3.67 GB

+ Target Audience: orthopaedic and neurological surgeons

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

Course Objectives
As a result of this activity, Participants should be better able to:
> Understand current research and best practices in analysis and decision-making in the management of early onset scoliosis and complex spinal deformities in the growing child.
> Describe the indications, rationale and surgical techniques for the surgical management of early onset scoliosis and complex spinal deformities in the growing child.
> Discuss the role of vertebral body tethering to treat complex growing spine deformities.
> Describe ways to prevent and manage complications associated with spine surgery for early onset and pediatric patients.
> Describe treatment for and minimize complications of infection and neurologic damage.
> Generate a long term plan for patients undergoing treatment for EOS.

Who Should Attend
This course is designed for orthopaedic and neurological surgeons, fellows, and residents who include pediatric spinal deformity surgery in their practices. Nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians providing non-operative care of spinal deformities may also benefit from the course.


+ Topics:

Course Syllabus.pdf
Session 1 3 stage graduation Removal, HGT, Final Fusion.ts
Session 1 EOS Graduation Our decision-making journey in the past 20 years.ts
Session 1 How to know when observation is not working.ts
Session 1 I prefer final fusion for all.ts
Session 1 I’m happy just leaving MCGR and follow.ts
Session 1 I’m happy to stop lengthening and follow (non-MCGR).ts
Session 1 Stop lengthening Who, when, and why.ts
Session 2 How much should we be cleaning up the MCGR debris.ts
Session 2 Level selection case examples.ts
Session 2 Managing the PJK case examples.ts
Session 2 Revision surgeries following definitive fusions.ts
Session 2 The role of osteotomies across lengthy autofusion.ts
Session 4 Brace is best for the patient, parent, and surgeon.ts
Session 4 Cast is best for the patient, parent, and surgeon.ts
Session 4 Classifying EOS and its guide to treatment.ts
Session 4 Combination of brace and cast is the best of both worlds.ts
Session 4 Debate 2-year-old with a small curve Cast vs. Brace.ts
Session 4 EOS is a 3D deformity.ts
Session 4 Growth-friendly implants-the effects on growth and 3D correction.ts
Session 4 Pulmonary function now and where it will be in 5 years.ts
Session 4 Understanding EOSQ and measuring outcomes.ts
Session 4 Understanding spinal growth.ts
Session 5 Children with Presumed Early-Onset Idiopathic Scoliosis Treated with Casting May Have Delayed Ambulation.ts
Session 5 Clinical Utility of Ultrasonography for the Assessment of Skeletal Maturity Based on the Sanders Radiological Classification in Patients with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.ts
Session 5 Definition of Tweener Consensus Among Experts in Treating Early Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 5 Does Magnetically Controlled Growing Rod Surgery Improve Nutritional Status in Early Onset Scoliosis Patients.ts
Session 5 Growth Friendly Surgery Increases 3D True Spine Length at 2-Years Post-Op.ts
Session 5 Is Spine Straightness Corelated with Mental Health in Early-Onset Scoliosis Patients Treated with Growing Rods.ts
Session 5 Parent Requests to Stop Spine-Lengthening Treatment and Impact on EOSQ-24 Scores.ts
Session 5 Q&A.ts
Session 5 Spirometry Outcomes in an Orthopedic Clinic Setting vs Pulmonary Function Laboratory for Children with EOS.ts
Session 6 Comparison of the Modified Clavien-Dindo-Sink System and Smith System for Classifying Complications Following Surgical Treatment of Early Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 6 Complications of MCGRs and TGRs in the Management of EOS A Multicenter Database Study od 800 Patients.ts
Session 6 Early Onset Scoliosis and Growing Spine Past, Present and the Future.ts
Session 6 Implant Related Revision Surgery in Spine Based MCGR Constructs Is it Associated with Contruct-Levels to Anchored-Levels Ratio, UIV or Rod Diameter.ts
Session 6 Money Can’t Buy Happiness, But Can It Buy Less Complications and UPRORs in Growth Friendly Surgery.ts
Session 6 Outcomes After Completing Growth-Friendly Surgical Treatment for Early Onset Scoliosis in Patients with Skeletal Dysplasia.ts
Session 6 Outcomes of Interventions for Intraoperative Motor Evoked Potentials (MEP) Waveform Change in Early Onset Scoliosis Surgery.ts
Session 6 Q&A Part 1.ts
Session 6 Q&A Part 2.ts
Session 6 Timing of Clinical and Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) Recovery After Termination of Pediatric Spinal Deformity Surgery Due to Loss of IONM Signals.ts
Session 6 Unplanned Return to the Operating Room (UPROR) Occurs in Half of MCGR Patients at 2 Years After Initial Implantation.ts
Session 6 Utilizing a Comprehensive Machine Learning Approach to Identify Patients at High Risk for Extended Length of Stay Following Spinal Deformity Surgery.ts
Session 7 Case-Based Learning My Ideal First Case-VBT.ts
Session 7 Complex EOS Case Presentation- 20 Month Old, FTT, Presumed Idiopathic.ts
Session 7 EOS Case Where I Should Have Chosen Differently.ts
Session 7 EOS Cases Ideally, I Have Tried Everything, Now What Should I Have Chosen Differently.ts
Session 7 Multiple Revisions Prader-Willi. What to Do Next.ts
Session 7 My Ideal First Case Posterior Dynamic Device.ts
Session 7 PDD Case-Based Learning My Ideal First Case – Shilla Growth Guidance Surgery (GGS).ts
Session 7 Rib-based Implants.ts
Session 7 Spine based MCGR.ts
Session 8 Congenital cervicothoracic junction scoliosis.ts
Session 8 Congenital spinal dislocations.ts
Session 8 Infected implant.ts
Session 8 Management of SMA.ts
Session 8 Management of TL kyphosis.ts
Session 8 Occipital-Cervical fusion.ts
Session 8 Panel Discussion.ts
Session 8 Q&A.ts
Session 8 Rigid kyphosis.ts
Session 8 Severe pelvic obliquity.ts
Session 9 Can We Definitely Avoid Spinal Fusion Surgery for Progressive Early Onset Neuromuscular Scoliosis.ts
Session 9 High Rates of Implant Failure After Growth-Friendly Scoliosis Surgery for Patients with Prader-Willi Syndrome.ts
Session 9 Is Spondylothoracic Dysplasia (Jarcho-Levin) a Core Surgical Indication for a V-Osteotomy VEPTR Expansion Thoracoplasty of the Posterior Fused Ribs.ts
Session 9 Outcomes of Growth-Friendly Instrumentation in Osteogenesis Imperfecta.ts
Session 9 Over 10 Years Mean Follow-up Results of Hemivertebra Resection and Spine Arthrodesis by Single-Stage Posterior Approach in Congenital Scoliosis and Kyphoscoliosis.ts
Session 9 Proximal Junctional Kyphosis in Growth Guidance Systems for Early Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 9 Risk Factors for Fusion Failure in Children Undergoing Occiput to C2 Rigid Instrumentation and Fusion.ts
Session 9 Utility of a Risk Severity Scoring System to Predict Infections in Patients Undergoing Growth Guidance Surgery for Early Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 10 Back Pain in Children Under 10 Years Old Referred with Spine Concerns.ts
Session 10 Differential Vertebral Growth Is Maintained 4 Years After Vertebral Body Tethering Surgery for Idiopathic Scoliosis.ts
Session 10 Establishing Parameters for Future EOS Lengthening Devices High Resolution Electronic Detection of Force, Displacement and Stiffness During Expansion Surgeries.ts
Session 10 Five-Year Pulmonary Function After Index and Revision Vertebral Body Tethering (VBT).ts
Session 10 Growth Guidance Surgery with Fusion at Upper Foundation and Segmental Guidance Screwing at Lower Foundation for Early-Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 10 Growth Modulation Significantly Increases the Chance of Postop Success Following VBT.ts
Session 10 Intraoperative Correction Associated with VBT Success at 2-Year Follow-Up.ts
Session 10 Major Cobb Angle Did not Increase in 92 of Patients After Vertebral Body Tethering Surgery Following First Erect Radiograph.ts
Session 10 Modern Luque Trolly Self Growing Rods Construct for the Treatment of EOS 3.5 Years Follow Up.ts
Session 10 Risk Factors for, and Impacts of Autofusion in Early Onset Scoliosis Growing Constructs.ts
Session 10 Self Sliding Growth Guidance for EOS Clinical and Radiological Results After a Minimum of Six Years (6-14) of Follow-Up.ts
Session 10 The Evaluation of Serum Metal Ion Levels and Metallosis in Patients with MCGR.ts
Session 10 The Lower Instrumented Vertebra Dilemma in Growing Rod Surgery.ts
Session 10 The Magic Behind the Magnets in the Magnetically Controlled Growing Rods.ts
Session 10 The Spring Distraction System A Preliminary Report on Clinical Results and Safety After Design Iterations in a Prospective Clinical Trial.ts
Session 10 There Is No Magic to It Lenghtening Behavior of Magnetically Controlled Growing Rods in Early Onset Scoliosis.ts
Session 11 Cases we still don’t have solutions for.ts
Session 11 I should have delayed to a definitive fusion.ts
Session 11 I should have gone to the front of the spine.ts
Session 11 I should not have gone to the pelvis.ts
Session 11 I should not have gone to the ribs.ts
Session 11 I should not have removed the implants.ts
Session 11 Panel Discussion.ts


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