Webcasts

Live Webcasts and Webinars on orthopaedic topics.

Orthopedic surgeons at the Rothman Institute at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital will demonstrate a hip replacement technique that is quicker, better and safer during a Webcast on Jan. 15 starting at 4:30pm(EST). View Webast

Severe arthritis sufferers can learn more about their options for hip pain, and in particular, hip replacement, in a live Webcast from St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers on Jan. 14 from 5 to 6 p.m. View Webcast

OR-Live.com will present 4 different orthopaedic events during September. These procedures will originate from 4 different hospitals across the country. 3 of these events offer CME. Alex Fraser - Director of Marketing Sept. 16th: 2 - Incision Mini Hip Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD, presents a minimally invasive hip replacement surgery surgery o­n Thursday, September 16, 2004, at 4:30 p.m. EDT (2030 UTC). The minimally invasive hip replacement involves an "image-intensifier," a specialized X-ray machine that allows the surgeon to assess the precise position of the artificial hip joint in the body. Through the manipulation of specialized instruments, surgeons can position the implant based o­n what they view in the X-ray. The surgeon can then assemble the patient's new hip through two incisions of o­nly two inches each - as compared to a 12-inch incision with traditional hip replacement surgery. View program preview...

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October 7, 2003 - Innovative Spinal Surgery to be Featured in Internet Broadcast from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center A new minimally invasive approach to spinal surgery will be broadcast live o­n the internet at 5 pm EDT o­n Tuesday, October 7 from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. The surgery, a posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF), will employ a new tubular retraction method that requires o­nly a small skin incision and "splits" the muscle covering the spine to create a small portal through which surgeons can repair the spinal damage.  

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Live webcast June 29, 2006 at 3:00 PM EDT (19:00 UTC) From Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH Join Dr. Isador Lieberman from The Cleveland Clinic in a live surgery presentation of the AxiaLIF® system. The AxiaLIF® system is the least invasive solution to lumbar fusion, and dramatically reduces patient recovery time in comparison to traditional lumbar fusion procedures.

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The Triathlon® MIS Total Knee Arthroplasty Procedure will be presented from St. Anthony's Hospital in Effingham, IL. Dr. Peter M. Bonutti and Dr. Kirby D. Hitt, who were both involved in the design of the new Triathlon® MIS Instruments, will lead this event. This live surgery will feature the Sub-Vastus MIS technique, along with the Triathlon® Knee System, the first knee system designed with women in mind¹ 5:00 PM CDT (22:00 UTC) at http://www.or-live.com/triathlonknee/1459

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