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Arthroplasty is a surgical methodology of Orthopedics for the restoration, resurfacing, realignment and for the reconstruction of the joints. The most common reason behind the arthroplasty is the cause of stiffened joints and to relieve the extreme pains in joints. Arthroplasty are preferred when the medical treatment no longer providing enough relieve from pain and disability. The most common medical treatments carried out before arthroplasty are Pain medicines, Physical therapies, Anti-inflammatory medicines, Corticosteroid injections, Viscosupplementation injections, Exercise and conditioning. Arthroscopy is the minimal invasive surgical process carried in the treatment of joints using an Arthroscope. The injuries caused in the muscular skeletal system leading to the Orthopedics trauma results in the surgery procedure of Arthroplasty and Arthroscope.

  • Track 1-1Global Overview and Issues
  • Track 1-2Arthroplasty Vs Arthroscopy
  • Track 1-3Surgical Procedure
  • Track 1-4Instrumental Developments
  • Track 1-5Dimensions of Arthroplasty
  • Track 1-6Medical laws and Ethics

Orthopedic trauma is a branch of Orthopedic surgery concentrating in problems related to the bones, joints, and soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments) of the whole-body following trauma. The main goal of this specific area in Orthopedics is the healing of the fractured bones, as well as restoring the anatomic alignment of the joint surfaces to allow on behalf of recovery and return to extreme function of the injured body portion. Our greatly experienced physicians are leaders in extremity and pelvis fracture reconstruction, deformity correction, and bone transplantation. These physicians utilize various leading-edge techniques including minimally invasive surgery and advanced external fixation. The latest in bone graft substitutes and bone-forming proteins are often used to assist in the reconstruction of bones that need not healed.

  • Track 2-1Rheumatology and Orthopedics
  • Track 2-2Anatomy of bone
  • Track 2-3Common Orthopedic Trauma Injuries
  • Track 2-4Conditions & Procedures
  • Track 2-5Primary and secondary bone healing

Infection is the process of invasion by causative agents which gets multiplied and produce toxins, resulting in the illness of the biological system. Mostly, bones and joints are infected by the bacterial or fungal organisms which gets invaded through our skin, eyes, ears, mouth, nose and mucous membranes, called the septic arthritis. Those infections that are caused by bacteria in bones are termed the Osteomyelitis. The diagnosis method varies from laboratory test to various internal view scans. Intravenous antibiotics are used to fight against infections, vasopressor medications, insulin and corticosteroids are other therapies involved in the treatment against infections.

  • Track 3-1Common Joint Injuries
  • Track 3-2Metabolic bone disease
  • Track 3-3Arthritis and related diseases
  • Track 3-4Degenerative disorders
  • Track 3-5Tuberculosis of bones and joints
  • Track 3-6Intervertebral disc disorders

Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic surgery) is a significantly invasive surgical procedure on a joint in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope, an endoscope that is injected into the joint over a small incision. Arthroscopic procedures can be performed to evaluate or treat many orthopaedic conditions including torn cartilage (known by health professionals as "meniscus"), torn surface (articular) cartilage, ACL reconstruction, and trimming damaged cartilage.

  • Track 4-1Arthroplasty Vs Arthroscopy
  • Track 4-2Arthroscopic procedures
  • Track 4-3Surgical instruments
  • Track 4-4Surgical techniques and complications

Fracture are known as the broken bone which is referred to be damage in the continuity of the bone. The causes of bone fracture high force impact or stress on bones. In some cases, the fractures are caused due to some medical conditions and diseases which weakens the bones named the pathological fractures. The fracture includes many conditions where the bones may completely fracture or partially fractured or broken into pieces. The order in which the bones may broke are crosswise, lengthwise or in multiple pieces. Based on causes and symptoms of the bones the fractures are variously divided into groups with their respective medical care and treatments. The risk factors that are caused during the initial level of Orthopedic trauma and neurovascular and soft tissue damages are considered acute. On the other hand, factors caused at initial treatment or post-operative treatments are the delayed complications.

  • Track 5-1Classification of Fractures
  • Track 5-2Immediate Local and Systemic
  • Track 5-3Early Local and Systemic
  • Track 5-4Late Complications
  • Track 5-5Compartment Syndrome and Amputation
  • Track 5-6Iatrogenic Complications of Fracture Treatment

As nowadays the medical and surgical technologies have developed significantly, the healing of fractures is without problems and with minimum loss of function. The major causes of the fractures are trauma, Osteoporosis and the overuse of bones. The improper usage of bones makes it stressed and causes damage at any part of the body. The fractures are easily identified through their symptoms like swelling, tenderness around the injury, bruising and deformities. The recovery of the fractures takes from weeks to several month depending on the damages on the bone through various medical therapies and care.

  • Track 6-1Signs and Symptoms of Fracture
  • Track 6-2Diagnosis
  • Track 6-3Medical Procedure
  • Track 6-4Surgeries and Devices
  • Track 6-5Physiotherapies
  • Track 6-6Medications and Bone Health
  • Track 6-7Specialists

When cells divide abnormally and uncontrollably, they can form a mass or lump of tissue. This lump is called a tumor. Bone tumors form in your bones. As the tumor grows, abnormal tissue can displace healthy tissue. Tumors can either be benign or malignant. Benign tumors aren’t cancerous. While benign bone tumors typically stay in place and are unlikely to be fatal, they’re still abnormal cells and may require treatment. Benign tumors can grow and could compress your healthy bone tissue and cause future issues. Malignant tumors are cancerous. Malignant bone tumors can cause cancer to spread throughout the body.

  • Track 7-1Symptoms and causes of bone tumors
  • Track 7-2Diagnosing a bone tumor
  • Track 7-3Types of benign bone tumors
  • Track 7-4Types of malignant bone tumors
  • Track 7-5Treatments to bone tumors
  • Track 7-6Recovery from bone tumor

Sports medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness and the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. Most sports teams have employed team physicians for many years, it is only since the late 20th century that sports medicine has emerged as a distinct field of health care. The physicians completed their medical school with appropriate residency training then further specialize in sports medicine as their speciality. Recently, there are many associations and societies were formed to improve the awareness among the health of peoples indulged in Sports and Exercise.

  • Track 8-1Sports Medicine
  • Track 8-2Sports Injury causes and conditions
  • Track 8-3Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy
  • Track 8-4Diagnostic & Rehabilitation

The injuries that are caused to the adult elbow are most commonly known as the radial head fractures. The diameter of the head depends on the various age group and causes of damages. The major process carried out to treat radial head injury is radial head replacement, which includes major steps of medical process preoperative plan, room preparation for treating patients, Kocher approach to the elbow, Deep dissection, preparation of radial head and neck, size radial head prosthesis, trial and place implant, evaluate elbow range of motion and stability, wound closure, advanced evaluation and management.

  • Track 9-1Quantitative Measurements
  • Track 9-2Management of Radial Head Fractures
  • Track 9-3Radial Head Implant
  • Track 9-4Congential Radial Head Dislocation

Paediatric Orthopaedics deals with the service cares that are provided to the conditions of children either by surgical treatments or by non-surgical treatments. The musculoskeletal conditions that are common among children are treated by the physicians, therapies, orthotists and nurse’s specialist. These abnormalities are deviations from the normal developments which requires no treatment in some cases where self-recovery takes place, but in some cases, deformities are abnormal and requires treatment.

  • Track 10-1Treatment of Long-Standing Dislocation
  • Track 10-2Perthes Disease
  • Track 10-3Pes Planus
  • Track 10-4Femoral and Tibial Torsio
  • Track 10-5Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
  • Track 10-6Diagnosis and Treatment

The total shoulder arthroplasty is the surgical development techniques for the treatment of arthritic shoulder. The main objective of the surgery is the restoring the functional capacity, comfort and motion of the arthritic shoulder. In this total shoulder replacement plays a major role in the surgical procedure where the arthritic ball of the shoulder is replaced by a smooth metal ball that is fixed to the arm bone by a stem that fits it. Among other techniques TSA provides a rapid and complete improvement of the function of shoulder with arthritis.

  • Track 11-1Physical and Radiographic Study
  • Track 11-2Dislocation and Instability
  • Track 11-3Parsonage-Turner Syndrome
  • Track 11-4Reverse shoulder Arthroplasty
  • Track 11-5Surgical Approach
  • Track 11-6Complications and Precautions

Total elbow arthroplasty is the technical methodology that is used in the treatment of damaged parts of humerus and ulna of the body. The arthroplasty surgery method is termed as total elbow replacement, where the damaged parts of Humerus or Ulna are replaced with the artificial prosthesis components. The prosthesis is majorly made with metal and plastic hinge containing two metal stems, which get fit inside the canal, hollow part of the bone.

  • Track 12-1Sudden Acute Injuries
  • Track 12-2Overuse Injuries
  • Track 12-3Coonrad-Morrey Total Elbow Arthroplasty
  • Track 12-4Indications and Surgical Techniques
  • Track 12-5Postoperative Managements

The wrist arthroplasty is also termed as the total wrist arthroplasty which is a total wrist replacement surgery procedure. These surgical technical are used to treat the severe arthritis that are formed on the wrist as well on the bone of the forearm. The surgical procedure of this technique includes the replacement of the degenerated parts of the wrist bones with the metal prosthesis and polyethylene components. These Arthroplasties are less common when compared to the knee or hip replacements surgeries.

  • Track 13-1Wrist Joint Replacement
  • Track 13-2Wrist Replacement Versus Wrist Fusion
  • Track 13-3Wrist Arthritis
  • Track 13-4Operative Techniques

CMC are the Carpometacarpal joint that makes the base joints for the thumb, the carpel bone and a metacarpal of the thumb together. The CMC joint is the place which is mostly affected with arthritis. The arthritis in the CMC joints occur when the flexible tissue that covers and protects the joints wears out. PIP joint replacements are the surgical techniques used in the treatment of Proximal Interphalangeal Joint injuries. Psoriatic arthritis, gout, chondrocalcinosis, and reactive arthritis are the minor contributor for the joint pains, but osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the primary contributors that focused for the surgical intervention. Mostly patients are not suggested with surgeries, they are provided with the Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs to decrease the deformity of the bones. The surgical methods are prevalent only to those patients, to whom the drug has no effects in their cure.

  • Track 14-1Diagnosis and Classification
  • Track 14-2Non-surgical Treatment Options
  • Track 14-3Clinical Evaluation and Data Analysis
  • Track 14-4Surgical Techniques
  • Track 14-5Rehabilitation

The spinal column of the body includes vertebrae with 33 individual bones which are interlocked with each other, these columns are divided into regions called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum and coccyx. Among those individuals only 24 bones are movable and help in the motion support of the vertebrate. Artificial disc replacement (ADR) is the surgical procedure in which the degenerated invertebrate discs of the spinal column are replaced with the prosthesis devices in the lower and upper spine. To create an alternative to spinal fusion, this ADR procedure was developed to reduce the pain of operation.

  • Track 15-1Spinal Deformities
  • Track 15-2Nucleus Replacement
  • Track 15-3Total-Disc Replacement
  • Track 15-4Cervical Disc Arthroplasty
  • Track 15-5Cervical Disc Arthroplasty
  • Track 15-6Sources of Equipment

The hip bone is one of the large bones which majorly consist of three parts namely ilium, ischium and the pubis. In total hip replacement the femoral head and acetabulum are replaced with their corresponding prosthesis components to anchor the bone with its functional motions, to replace the severely damaged hip region. In total hip arthroplasty both the hip bones are replaced completely with the ball and socket joint prosthesis whereas in Hemiarthroplasty, the surgical process includes only the replacement of one half of the hip joint with the artificial components.

  • Track 16-1Alternatives and Variations
  • Track 16-2Medical and Modern Process
  • Track 16-3Technical Approaches
  • Track 16-4Prosthetic Implants
  • Track 16-5Post Operative Configurations

The largest joint of body is the knee, which is most easily injured. The major components of the knee joints are thighbone, shinbone and kneecap. The most common injuries that affect the knee joints are fractures, dislocation, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries, Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injuries, Collateral Ligament Injuries, Meniscal Tears, Tendon Tears. The initial injuries of the knee are treated by the RICE method- rest, ice, gentle compression and elevation. But based on the severity of the injury both surgical and non-surgical treatments are preferred by the professionals depending on the patients.

  • Track 17-1Clinical Anatomy Analysis
  • Track 17-2Indications to knee Replacements
  • Track 17-3TKR and PKR
  • Track 17-4Alternatives to Surgery

Ankle joint is one of the complex joints that includes three bones- the tibia, the fibula and the talus, all these bones together provides the motion support for the ankle joint. Majorly people suffer from the ankle arthritis, where the cartilage of the joint gets wear out. The ankle arthroplasty is a surgical technique where the damaged part of the ankle is replaced with the combination of metal and medical grade plastics, polyethylene which are similar process to the hip and knee replacement. These replacement methods regain the motion activities, allow the patients to relieve pain and return to their normal activities.

  • Track 18-1Ankle Joint Replacements
  • Track 18-2Non Operative Treatments
  • Track 18-3Indications to Operative Treatments
  • Track 18-4Implants

Biomaterials are one of the growing developmental technology in last 50 years which has a major role in the medical implants. These biomaterials are engineered artificial substances those gets interacted with the biological system to regain or replace the bodily function. The various applications of biomaterials in Orthopedics are joint replacements, bone plates, bone cement, artificial ligaments and tendons. The most important aspect of the biomaterials in the living system is its biocompatibility of the material in either inducing or rejecting the immune response. Other than compatibility, the natures of material like bioactive response, biodegradable and bioinert also has a significant role in material selection.

  • Track 19-1First Generation Materials
  • Track 19-2Second Generation Materials
  • Track 19-3Third Generation Materials
  • Track 19-4Interaction with Biological Components

Arthroplasty surgeries are one of the most successful medical technology which has a huge future in its developmental scope. Recently, a cellular allograft named ViviGen Formable was launched which has the ability in bone formation during the spinal surgery and also in various trauma and musculoskeletal surgery procedures. Also, a new Titanium fiber plates are identified that do not cause bone embrittlement used in a bone repair for prolonged period. In Ayurveda, Bowwellia serrata has evidence in treating the Osteoarthritis that rejects the joint pain and inflammation. The recent technologies majorly focus on the objectives of pain reduction, time loss, control of inflammation, less disruptions with long term effects.

  • Track 20-1Nanotechnology in Joint Replacement
  • Track 20-2Tissue Engineering in Biomaterials
  • Track 20-3Ayurvedic Developments in Joint Replacements
  • Track 20-4Surgical Case Reports
  • Track 20-5Industrial Prosthetic Design