IF21: Total Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint Replacement Using a Semi-Constrained Prosthesis (Aptis Medical)
From: 11:15 AM To: 12:15 PM
Room 206, Hynes Convention Center

Featured Product: Scheker Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint Prosthesis

The Scheker Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint Prosthesis is the only prosthesis that replaces all the functions of the distal radio-ulnar joint, including the sigmoid notch, the ulnar head and the function of the triangular fibrocartilage.  This workshop is intended to teach the hand surgeon the technique for application of the Scheker Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint Prosthesis.  The pearls and pitfalls will be discussed when using the replacement either primarily, following soft tissue arthroplasties such as Darrach, Sauve-Kapandji, Watson matched resection, Bowers hemi-resection procedures and as a salvage of other prosthetic options.

Session Format: Lecture / panel discussion; Hands-on cadaveric demonstration (faculty only)

Session hosted by Aptis Medical, LLC

There is no CME offered for this program.

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Douglas P. Hanel, MD
Daniel P. Mass, MD
Luis R. Scheker, MD