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28thAnnualMeeting19.25+ AMA PRACategory I Credits™                                         			Minneapolis,                ...
The OTA gratefully acknowledges                2011 Research and Education Donors The continued success and increased impa...
Welcome                                                                            James A Goulet, MDDear Colleagues:Pleas...
Minneapolis,Minnesota                                                    Peter Cole, MD          Andrew Schmidt, MD      D...
Table of ContentsMission StatementThe mission of the OrthopaedicTrauma Association (OTA) is topromote excellence in care f...
28th Annual Meeting &                                                                       Pre-Meeting Courses           ...
Objectives                                          inside front cover                        Pre-Meeting Events/Courses  ...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting CourseBasic Science Focus ForumThe Basic Science Focus Forum is co-branded by the OTA and ORS.Theodor...
Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’d                                                                     Wednesday, October 3...
Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’dWednesday, October 3, 2012                                                               ...
Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’d                                                                      Thursday, October 4...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course                                Orthopaedic Trauma Boot CampRobert F Ostrum, MD; Daniel S Horwi...
Orthopaedic Trauma Boot Camp, cont’d                                                            Thursday, October 4, 2012W...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting CourseOTA/ORS Grant Writing WorkshopThe Grant Writing Workshop is co-branded by the OTA and ORS.Thurs...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course                 International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum                                   ...
International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum, cont’dWednesday, October 3, 2012                                             ...
International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum, cont’d                                                                Wednesd...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course                                  Masters Level Trauma Coding CourseMargaret Maley, Senior Cons...
2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course                                                              Young Practitioners Forum        ...
OTA Membership Application                                                                                                ...
Annual Meeting                                                                        ✸ Program Chair                     ...
28th Annual MeetingJames A Goulet, MD, ChairThomas F Higgins, MD, Co-Chair                                                ...
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  1. 1. 28thAnnualMeeting19.25+ AMA PRACategory I Credits™ Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAPhoto courtesy of Meet Minneapolis 2012 Preliminary ProgramMinneapolis Convention CenterWednesday, October 3 - Saturday, October 6, 2012Pre-meeting Courses begin Wednesday, October 3; Annual Meeting follows October 4 - 6.Annual Meeting Features:AOA Own the Bone; Industry Symposia;Guest Nation: Mexico President Robert A Probe, MDPre-Meeting & Concurrent Events: Local HostsInternational Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum Peter A Cole, MDMasters Level Trauma Coding Course Andrew H Schmidt, MDBasic Science Focus Forum David C Templeman, MDYoung Practitioners Forum ✸ Program Chair✸ Grant Writing Workshop✸ Orthopaedic Trauma for NP’s and PA’s NEW James A Goulet, MD in✸ Orthopaedic Trauma Boot Camp 2012 Program Co-Chair✸ Orthopaedic Trauma Nursing Course Thomas F Higgins, MD
  2. 2. The OTA gratefully acknowledges 2011 Research and Education Donors The continued success and increased impact of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association’s research and education effort is dependent upon foundation and industry support. The OTA gratefully acknowledges OTA contributors for their support. DIAMOND AWARD LEVEL ($150,000 and above) GOLD AWARD LEVEL ($100,000 - $124,999) COPPER AWARD LEVEL ($25,000 - $49,999)Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  3. 3. Welcome James A Goulet, MDDear Colleagues:Please accept our invitation to the were selected by the Program28th Annual Meeting of the Committee from a record 750Orthopaedic Trauma Association abstract submissions. A session(OTA) to be held in Minneapolis jointly sponsored by the Americanfrom October 3 – 6, 2012. The Orthopaedic Association’s (AOA)meeting will provide the most “Own the Bone” initiative and thecomprehensive and up-to-date OTA, will be embedded within theprogram related to treatment of program to provide a step-by-stepmusculoskeletal injury available workshop for practices and researchanywhere. A diverse spectrum of associates seeking to set up atopics and the opportunity to attend sustainable center for treatment of Forum led by Lisa Cannada, MD ona wide range of sessions including fragility fractures. Thursday morning rounds out thescientific presentations of original pre-meeting events. We encourage allresearch, didactic lectures, small Four meetings precede the traditional to arrive early to the Annual Meetinggroup discussions, and hands-on labs Annual Meeting, beginning with the and take full advantage of these OTAprovide learning opportunities that Basic Science Focus Forum (BSFF), offerings.meet the needs of all musculoskeletal chaired by Ted Miclau, MD. Thehealth care professionals. Additional BSFF is a 1-1/2 day event beginning Two new courses are also onprograms specifically designed for Wednesday, October 3rd, that will the schedule. A one-day courseorthopaedic nurses, orthopaedic provide an additional in-depth specifically designed for orthopaedicphysician assistants and nurse program designed to augment and trauma nurses and OR scrub technicians,practitioners, and for non-fellowship expand upon the science presented chaired by Paul Dougherty, MD andtrained orthopaedic surgeons have and discussed at the main meeting. Mary Kay Wollan, RN, will premierbeen added this year. on Friday October 5. A new 2-1/2 Bob Ostrum, MD, will chair a new day course specifically designed forThis year’s meeting will highlight 1-1/2 day Orthopaedic Trauma Boot physician assistants, chaired bymain symposia on topics with Camp, beginning Wednesday, Mike Archdeacon, MD, Cliff Jones, MD,broad appeal including the latest October 3, designed for orthopaedic and Steve Morgan, MD will runinformation from the leaders of the surgeons called upon to solve concurrent with the Annual Meetinglargest international hip fracture difficult trauma challenges without from Thursday, October 4 to Saturday,registries, and a special session the benefit of formal fellowship October 6.on how automotive design and training. Dr. Ostrum will be assistedsafety features are leading to by a select team of experienced OTA The common feature of each of thecontinuously improve survival rates surgeon educators to help increase wide range of program events isand new challenges for orthopaedic your knowledge and enhance your the commitment to providing thetraumatologists. New for this competency. highest quality, most interesting andyear, attendees will have choices clinically relevant material related tothroughout the meeting to attend Two additional, single day pre- musculoskeletal trauma by world-podium presentations or concurrent meeting events will take place class faculty and experts. We trulymini-symposia covering a wide on Wednesday, October 3rd. The believe that anyone involved in therange of topics. Break-out sessions perennially popular Masters Level field, now including your orthopaedicin the form of mini-symposia, case Coding Course will once again be nurses and physician assistantspresentations, and skills labs that organized by Bill Creevy, MD and colleagues, will benefit from thisinclude other general interest as well Karen Zupko & Associates, Inc. year’s OTA Annual Meeting. Pleaseas more focused topics will allow a The highly successful International consider joining us in Minneapolis!high level of customization of the Forum, started three years ago, willmeeting experience. continue under the direction of Bill Sincerely, DeLong, MD. And new this year,The Scientific Program will include the a Grant Writing Workshop will bemost relevant and scientifically sound offered, which is chaired by Toddresearch. More than 100 podium McKinley and Brett Crist. In addition, James A Goulet, MD,presentations and 200 posters the half-day Young Practitioners Annual Meeting Program Chair Orthopaedic Trauma Association 6300 N. River Road, Suite 727 • Rosemont, IL 60018-4226 USA Phone: 847.698.1631 • Fax: 847.823.0536 • E-mail: ota@aaos.org • web: www.ota.org
  4. 4. Minneapolis,Minnesota Peter Cole, MD Andrew Schmidt, MD David Templeman, MDDear Colleagues:We are proud to welcome you to our Twin Cities – Minneapolis and St. Paul – for the 28th Annual Meeting of theOrthopaedic Trauma Association. The meeting venue will be the Minneapolis Convention Center, convenientlylocated in downtown Minneapolis.We hope that during your visit you will be able to enjoy the many outstanding attractions that the Twin Cities andthe State of Minnesota have to offer. The convention center is located at the south end of what is known as theNicollet Mall, a nearly mile long mall filled with restaurants and shopping. Within close walking distance are bothTarget Field and Target Center, home of the Minnesota Twins and Timberwolves, respectively. Also relatively closeby are a number of theaters and museums. The world-famous Mall of America is easily accessible by car, taxi, orlight-rail. For those interested in walking, running, or bicycling, the “Chain of Lakes” is a short distance away.Most significantly, this year’s OTA meeting happens to be Marathon weekend in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Therewill be a series of fun events for families on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, Oct 7, the Twin Cities Marathon andTwin Cities 10 miler will be held. The Twin Cities Marathon is regarded as one of the most beautiful urban mara-thons in the U.S. and is an ideal race for a first-time marathoner. Even if you don’t run, you are in for a treat if youstay around Sunday morning and are able to watch the race and see for yourself the enthusiasm of the crowd.For those interested in spectator sports, the Minnesota Vikings schedule has not been released; if you are a fanof professional football, please stay tuned once the schedule is announced. If we’re lucky, the Minnesota Twinsmight be playing a Divisional series - stay tuned as the baseball season progresses. The Minnesota GoldenGophers Football team is not playing OTA weekend.October weather in Minneapolis can be very unpredictable. Last year the weather was summer-like, while in otheryears the temperature can be near freezing. Please bring clothes appropriate for both warm and moderately coldweather, and be prepared for the possibility of rain.We are very grateful the OTA has chosen to visit Minneapolis again for this outstanding event.We hope you enjoy your time in the Twin Cities.Regards,Peter A Cole, MD Andrew H Schmidt, MD David C Templeman, MD2 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  5. 5. Table of ContentsMission StatementThe mission of the OrthopaedicTrauma Association (OTA) is topromote excellence in care forthe injured patient, throughprovision of scientific forumsand support of musculoskeletal Pre-Meeting Courses/Eventsresearch and education of Basic Science Focus Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 – 9Orthopaedic Surgeons and the Orthopaedic Trauma Boot Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 – 11public. N ✸ EW Grant Writing Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 International Trauma Care Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 – 15 Masters Level Trauma Coding Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Vision Statement Young Practitioners Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17The OTA will be the authoritativesource for the optimum treatmentand prevention of musculoskeletalinjury, will effectively Annual Meeting and Eventscommunicate this information Program (Thursday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 – 21to the Orthopaedic and medical Welcome Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21community and will seek to Program (Friday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 – 27influence healthcare policy thataffect care and prevention of Skills Labs (Friday morning) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22injury. Skills Labs (Friday afternoon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Schedule At-A-Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 – 25 Program (Saturday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 – 32Value Statement Skills Lab (Saturday morning) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28The OTA is adaptable, forwardthinking and fiscally responsibleand is composed of a diverse Concurrent Coursesworldwide membership who Orthopaedic Trauma for NP’s and PA’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 – 36provide care and improve theknowledge base for the treatmentof injured patients. OTA membersprovide worldwide leadership ✸ NEW Orthopaedic Trauma Nursing Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37through education, research and Information and Registrationpatient advocacy. Annual Meeting Special Offerings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Scientific Posters and Technical Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 CME Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Minneapolis Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hotel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Transportation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Industry Symposia, Skills Labs, Mini-Symposia and Case Presentation Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 – 46 REGISTRATION FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Register Today at www.ota.org 3
  6. 6. 28th Annual Meeting & Pre-Meeting Courses After attending the OTATarget Audience Annual Meeting,The Orthopaedic Trauma Association participants will be able to:(OTA) Annual Meeting is for thebenefit of orthopaedic trauma ◆ Discuss the most up-to-date ◆ Recognize the impact ofsurgeons and related allied health clinical and basic science automotive trauma and thecare professionals. advancements related to partnership between the auto- orthopaedic trauma motive industry, crash research institutes and the surgeonsObjectives ◆ Become familiar with the epide- who have helped prevent and miology of worldwide fracture limit sequelae of vehicle-relatedThe OTA is an organization care and understand practical injurydedicated to the discovery and solutions to improve caredissemination of knowledge and ◆ Become familiar with how to setinformation regarding the preven- ◆ Understand the changing land- up and run a fragility fracturetion, diagnosis, and treatment of scape of US Health Policy reform programmusculoskeletal injuries.The 28th OTA Annual Meeting willprovide all registrants the opportu-nity to witness presentations ofpeer-reviewed original basic science 2012 Annual Meetingand clinical research papers, Program Committeeposters and symposia that presentcurrent concepts for topics of James A Goulet, MD – Program Chairgeneral interest. Thomas F Higgins, MD – Program Co-ChairA multitude of mini-symposia,bio-skills labs, informal case Committee:presentations, and technical Victor A de Ridder, MD, PhD Theodore Miclau, III, MD exhibits, each with specific focus, Michael J Gardner, MD Robert V O’Toole, MDwill enable a customized Pierre Guy, MD, MBA John T Ruth, MD educational experience. Michael D McKee, MDAmple opportunity will be availablefor expression of common concerns, Local Hosts:sharing of relevant experiences and Peter A Cole, MD, Andrew H Schmidt, MD anddiscussion of alternative treatment David C Templeman, MDapproaches. Attendance at an OTA educational event authorizes the OTA to capture your image or likeness in photographic, digital video, or other electronic format, and authorizes the OTA to use said image or likeness in marketing materials to promote OTA, including print, electronic and on the internet. OTA warrants that its use of the image or likeness will not be in a negative manner. OTA has no control over the use of the image or likeness by third parties and therefore makes no express or implied warranties on any use by third parties.4 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  7. 7. Objectives inside front cover Pre-Meeting Events/Courses ✸ NEWBasic Science Focus Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 9 Theodore Miclau, III, MD, Chair ✸ NEWOrthopaedic Trauma Boot Camp . . . . . .NE.W. . . . .10 - 11 Robert F Ostrum, MD; Daniel S Horwitz, MD and Steven J Morgan, MD, Co-Chairs ✸ ✸ NEWGrant Writing Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Todd O McKinley, MD and Brett D Crist, MD, Co-ChairsInternational Trauma Care Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 15 William G DeLong, Jr, MD; Andrew H Schmidt, MD and Saqib Rehman, MD, Co-ChairsMasters Level Trauma Coding Course . . . . . . . . . . 16 William R Creevy, MD, ChairYoung Practitioners Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Lisa K Cannada, MD, Chair Register Today at www.ota.org! 3
  8. 8. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting CourseBasic Science Focus ForumThe Basic Science Focus Forum is co-branded by the OTA and ORS.Theodore Miclau, III, MD, Chair Attendees of this activity can earn up to 11.25 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Wednesday, October 3, 2012Target Audience 7:25 am Introduction 8:40 am – 9:38 am Paper Session 1Academic orthopaedic surgeons, Theodore Miclau, III, MD, Biomechanically-community surgeons with an inter- Program Chair Directedest in clinically relevant basic sci- Fixation: Hot Topicsence, basic and clinical researchers, 7:30 am – 8:40 am Moderators: Emil H Schemitsch, MDresidents and fellows will benefit Symposium 1 Joan E Bechtold, PhDmost from this Basic Science FocusForum. BiomechanicALLY-DIRECTED 8:40 am FIXATION: HOT TOPICS Overview Presenter: Joan E Bechtold, PhD Moderators: Emil H Schemitsch, MD Joan E Bechtold, PhD 8:50 am Paper #1Objectives 7:30 am Biomechanics of Short-Segment Fixation In an Unstable Thoracolumbar Clavicle Plating: Should It Be Flexion-Distraction Injury Model:Upon successful completion of the Superior or Anterior? Six-Screw Construct With and WithoutBasic Science Focus Forum, you will Michael D McKee, MD Facet Compressionbe able to: Robert P Norton, MD; Edward L Milne;Ÿ Review clinical relevance for 7:38 am David N Kaimrajh, MS; Frank J Eismont, MD; hot topics in biomechanically- Proximal Humerus: What Is the Ideal Loren L Latta, MD, PhD; directed fixation Fixation Construct? Seth K Williams, MD Michael J Gardner, MDŸ Understand etiology of and therapy for venous 7:46 am 8:56 am Paper #2 thromboembolism in trauma Distal Humerus: Parallel or Optimizing The Biomechanics of Iliosacral Screw Fixation: The patients Perpendicular Plating? Emil H Schemitsch, MD Importance of Washers and AvoidingŸ Review the epidemiology and Lateral Cortex Perforation treatment of atypical femur Julius A Bishop, MD; Anthony W Behn, MS; 7:54 am fractures Nail vs. Plating for IT Hip Fractures: Tiffany N Castillo, MD Ÿ Know about state-of-the-art What Is the Biomechanical Evidence? technologies and practices in Kenneth A Egol, MD 9:02 am Paper #3 intraoperative imaging Screw Stripping: Can We Trust TheŸ Recognize the cycle of innovation 8:02 am “Bailout” Screw? Distal Femur: Retrograde Nail Amir M Matityahu, MD; and its importance to clinical or Locked Plate? Gudrun Mirick, MD; Meir Marmor, MD research Philip J Kregor, MD 9:08 am 8:10 am Discussion Proximal Tibia: How Many Plates6:30 am Registration and are Enough? 9:14 am Paper #4 Philip R Wolinsky, MD Intertrochanteric Fracture Optimal Continental Breakfast Lag Screw Placement Revisited: (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) 8:18 am A Biomechanical Study Discussion Patrick M Kane, MD; Wendell M R Heard, MD; Nikhil Thakur, MD; David Paller, MS; Sarath Koruprolu, MS; Christopher T Born, MD6 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  9. 9. Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’d Wednesday, October 3, 20129:20 am Paper #5Biomechanical Measurements ofCyclic Preconditioning on CadavericWhole Canine Femurs 11:05 am – 11:39 am Emil H Schemitsch, MD;Christopher H Gallimore, MD; Paper Session 2 11:39 pm – 12:45 pm Alison J McConnell; Harshita Patel, DDS; VenousRosane Nisenbaum, PhD; Lunch Thromboembolism Golam Morshed; Henry Koo, MD; Moderators: Steven A Olson, MDMichael D McKee, MD;Habiba Bougherara, PhD; Rad Zdero, PhD William H Geerts, MD 12:45 pm – 1:55 pm Symposium 39:26 am Paper #6 11:05 am Mechanical Behavior and Failure Mode Overview Atypical Femur William H Geerts, MD for Cross-Threaded Locking Screws FracturesJacob L Cartner, BS; Tim Petteys; Moderators: Joseph Borrelli, Jr, MDPaul Tornetta, III, MD 11:15 am Paper #7 Nottingham Trauma Symptomatic Saam Morshed, MD, PhD 9:32 am Venous Thromboembolism Risk 12:45 pm Discussion Score (NotSVTE): Predicting Venous Did Experimental Evidence Tell Us Thromboembolism in Acute Trauma of the Problems with Long Term9:38 am Break Admissions. A Multicenter Validated Bisphosphonate Use? Risk Score Based on 13,347 Serial Joseph M Lane, MD Admissions Benjamin J Ollivere, FRCS, MBBS, MD; 12:55 pm Katie E Rollins, MBBS; Making the Observation: From 9:55 am – 11:05 am E Paul Szypryt; the First Cluster of Events to Symposium 2 Christopher G Moran, MD, FRCS Quantifying the Risk Venous Philip Johnston, BA; James M Hunter, MD; Saam Morshed, MD, PhD Thromboembolism 11:21 am Paper #8 1:05 pm Moderators: Steven A Olson, MD Pulmonary Complications Are When are Large Trials not Large William H Geerts, MD Reduced With a Protocol to Enough to Give Us Answers? Standardize Timing of Fixation Based Brad A Petrisor, MD 9:55 am on Response to Resuscitation 1:15 pm Prophylaxis in Trauma Patients: Heather A Vallier, MD; Lessons Learned: How Do We What is the Standard? Timothy A Moore, MD; John J Como, MD; Avoid This Type of Problem from H Claude Sagi, MD Patricia A Wilczewski, RN, BSN; Happening Again? Michael P Steinmetz, MD; Karl G Wagner, MD; Susan V Bukata, MD 10:05 am Charles E Smith; Xiaofeng Wang, PhD; Thromboembolic Agents: Andrea J Dolenc, BS 1:25 pm The Present and the Future Bisphosphonate-Related Femur William H Geerts, MD 11:27 am Paper #9 Fractures: Outcomes of Operative Treatment and Complications in and Non-Operative Management 10:20 am Orthopaedic Trauma Patients With Kenneth A Egol, MD Current Public Reported Metrics for Pulmonary Embolism 1:35 pm VTE Prophylaxis: Are they Optimal? Yelena Bogdan, MD; Paul Tornetta, III, MD; Discussion Steven A Olson, MD Ross K Leighton, MD; H Claude Sagi, MD; Charles C Nalley, MD; David W Sanders, MD; 10:30 am Judith A Siegel, MD; Brian H Mullis, MD; VTE and PE Treatment: 1:55 pm – 3:01 pm Thomas B Bemenderfer, MD; Current Recommendations Heather A Vallier, MD; Alysse Boyd, MA; Paper Session 3 Robert D Zura, MD Andrew H Schmidt, MD; Bone Repair Jerald R Westberg, BS; Kenneth A Egol, MD; Moderators: Joseph Borrelli, Jr, MD 10:45 am Stephen A Kottmeier, MD; Discussion Andrew H Schmidt, MD Cory A Collinge, MD; Robert A Probe, MD 1:55 pm 11:33 pm Overview Discussion Joseph Borrelli, Jr, MD Register Today at www.ota.org 7
  10. 10. Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’dWednesday, October 3, 2012 4:35 pm – 5:09 pm Paper Session 4 2:49 pm Paper #16 Imaging-Assisted Cell Viability and Osteogenic Potential Research of Bone Graft Obtained via Iliac Crest Moderators: Edward J Harvey, MD Versus Reamer-Irrigator-Aspirator Amir M Matityahu, MD Harmeeth S Uppal, MD, MS; Blake E Peterson, BS; 4:35 pm 2:05 pm Paper #10 Michael Misfeldt, PhD; David A Volgas, MD; OverviewInhibit Macrophage Activation During Yvonne M Murtha, MD; Amir M Matityahu, MD Fracture Repair Improves Fracture Gregory J Della Rocca, MD, PhD, FACS;Healing In Aged Mice Theodore J Choma, MD;Yan Yiu Yu, PhD; Theodore Miclau, III, MD; 4:45 pm Paper #17 James P Stannard, MD; Accurate Screw Placement ForRalph S Marcucio, PhD Brett D Crist, MD, FACS Displaced Intraarticular Calcaneus Fractures2:11 pm Paper #11 2:55 pm Jaron P Sullivan, MD;The Role of The Progressive Ankylosis Discussion Phinit Phisitkul, MD;Protein (Ank) In Bone Fracture Healing J Lawrence Marsh, MD;Martin Quirno, MD; Scott R Hadley, MD; 3:01 pm Break Jessica Goetz, PhDKenneth A Egol, MD; Thorsten Kirsch, PhD 4:51 pm Paper #182:17 pm Paper #12 Shifting of The Forearm Bones WithRole of Htra1 In The Transition From 3:20 pm – 4:35 pm Improper Sizing In Radial HeadCartilage To Bone In Fracture HealingMarie E Walcott, MD; John J Wixted, MD; Symposium 4 Arthroplasty Winston Elliott, MS;David C Ayers, MD; Paul J Fanning, PhD Intraoperative Imaging Prasad J Sawardeker, MD; Moderators: Edward J Harvey, MD Check C Kam, MD;2:23 pm Paper #13 Amir M Matityahu, MD Elizabeth A Ouellette, MD, MBA;Tracking The Homing of Mesenchymal Loren L Latta, MD, PhDStem Cells and Efficacy of Their 3:20 pm Healing Potential In A Mouse Fracture Digital Pre-Operative Planning: 4:57 pm Paper #19Model Is it Ready for Prime Time? Tibial Plateau Fracture Depression:Tina Deger, MD; J Tracy Watson, MD; Christian Krettek, MD Do Locking Plates Support The EntireZijun Zhang, MD, PhD; Lateral Plateau?Walter Akers, DVM, PhD 3:30 pm S Andrew Sems, MD; Two D vs. 3D Computer Navigation: William W Cross, MD;2:29 pm Does It Make the Technology Joseph R Cass, MDDiscussion More Appealing? David M Kahler, MD 5:03 pm 2:37 pm Paper #14 DiscussionNotch Signaling In Mesenchymal 3:40 pm Stem Cells (Msc) Harvested From Intraoperative Assessment of 5:09 pm AdjournGeriatric Mice Reduction: Does It Make a Difference?Patricia L Mutyaba, BS; Hailu Shitaye; Meir Marmor, MDNicole Belkin, MD; Chancellor Gray; 3:50 pm Derek Dopkn; Jaimo Ahn, MD, PhD; Intraoperative Radiation Exposure:Kurt D Hankenson, DVM How Concerned Should We Be? Eric Meinberg, MD2:43 pm Paper #15BMP-2 mRNA Expression After 4:00 pm Endothelial Progenitor Cell Therapy Intraoperative Imaging:For Fracture Healing What Is New on the Horizon?Ru Li, MD; Aaron Nauth, MD; Chip Truwit, MDRajiv Gandhi, MD; Khalid Syed, MD;Emil H Schemitsch, MD 4:15 pm Discussion8 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  11. 11. Basic Science Focus Forum, cont’d Thursday, October 4, 2012Thursday,October 4, 2012 8:51 am Paper #21 Nanoparticle-Antimicrobial Complexes for the Treatment of Intracellular6:30 am Continental Breakfast Staphylococcus aureus Osteoblast 10:10 am (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) Infections Getting through the FDA David I Devore, PhD; Crystal Archer; Approval Process 7:25 am Asa Vaughan; Maria Cormier; Thomas A Russell, MDIntroduction Krista L NieceTheodore Miclau, III, MD, 10:25 am Program Chair 8:57 am Discussion Discussion 7:30 am – 8:35 am 9:02 am Paper #22 Anti-Infection Trauma Devices With 10:45 am – 11:19 am Symposium 5 Institutional Drug-Releasing and Nonfouling Paper Session 5 Surface Modification Updates: State of Hao Wang, MD; Karen D Schultz, MD; Clinical Research Moderators: Mohit Bhandari, MD, PhD Musculoskeletal Koby J Elias, BS; Christopher Loose, PhD Saam Morshed, MD, PhD Research 9:08 am Paper #23 Moderators: Theodore Miclau, III, MD A Novel SCPP Scaffold Composite For 10:45 am R Geoff Richards, PhD Erythromycin Release In A Mouse Overview Infection Model Saam Morshed, MD, PhD 7:30 am David C Markel, MD; Nancy M Jackson, PhD; NIH/National Institutes of Arthritis, 10:55 am Jeffery Flynn, MD; Weiping Ren, PhD, MD Paper #24 Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases Research in Orthopaedic Trauma: Intramural Program 9:14 am Has Anything Changed Since the Leon J Nesti, MD Discussion Introduction of Levels of Evidence? Brian P Cunningham, MD; 7:45 am 9:19 am Break Gilbert R Ortega, MD, MPH; AO Research Institute Ryan McLemore, PhD; R Geoff Richards, MD Alexander C McLaren, MD 8:00 am US Army Institute of Surgical Research 9:35 am – 10:25 am 11:01 am Paper #25 Joseph C Wenke, MD Symposium 6 The Difficulty in Performing a High-Quality Randomized Trial 8:15 am Cycle of Innovation for the Distal Radius: Are These Discussion Moderators: Mohit Bhandari, MD, PhD Insurmountable Changes? Saam Morshed, MD, PhD Paul Tornetta, III, MD; Tarek Sibai, MD; Hope Carlisle, RN8:35 am – 9:38 am 9:35 am The Cycle of Innovation: Is There an 11:07 am Paper #26Paper Session 5 Ideal Approach? Journal Impact Factor: Does it ReflectMusculoskeletal Mohit Bhandari, MD, PhD the Impact of Clinical Research inInfection Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery?Moderators: Theodore Miclau, III, MD 9:45 am Preetham Kodumuri, MBBS, MRCS; Taking Early Innovation into the Jonathan Holley; Benjamin Ollivere, FRCS; R Geoff Richards, PhD Clinical Arena G Moran, MD, FRCS Christopher8:35 am Paul Tornetta, III, MD Overview 11:13 am R Geoff Richards, PhD 9:55 am Discussion Taking Promising Innovation into 8:45 am Paper #20 Clinical Practice: What are the 11:19 am AdjournElectrospun Pva/Cyclodextrin/ Studies We Should be Doing? Tobramycin Nanofibrous Scaffold For Saam Morshed, MD, PhD 11:15 am- Industry SymposiaBone Infection 12:45 pm (Lunch Included) David C Markel, MD; Weiping Ren, PhD, MD Annual Meeting Begins Register Today at www.ota.org 9
  12. 12. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course Orthopaedic Trauma Boot CampRobert F Ostrum, MD; Daniel S Horwitz, MDThursday, October 4, 2012and Steven J Morgan, MD, Co-Chairs Attendees of this activity can earn up to 14.5 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Wednesday, October 3, 2012 ✸ NEW Program 10:40 am DVT Prophylaxis in Trauma Patients Frank A Liporace, MD 7:00 am Welcome and Announcements 11:00 am Robert F Ostrum, MD Questions/DiscussionTarget Audience 7:05 amThis course is intended for the Clavicle Fractures – 11:15 am practicing orthopaedic surgeon who Robert A Probe, MD Case Presentationstakes emergency room or trauma Steven J Morgan, MDcall. Current techniques in operative 7:25 am Proximal Humerus Fracturescare will be stressed with attention 11:35 am Break for lab John T Capo, MDto appropriate soft tissue manage-ment and up-to-date implant 11:45 am 7:45 am Lab 1 Proximal Humerusselection. Case discussions will be Distal Humerus Fractures Locking Plateused for interactive learning and David C Teague, MD LAB 2 Distal Radius Plating –audience participation. Locked Volar, 8:05 am Olecranon Fractures Focal Dorsal Erik Kubiak, MDObjectives 8:25 am 12:30 pm Working Fireside Lunch Moderator: Robert F Ostrum, MDUpon successful completion of the Distal Radius Fractures 1:00 pm Thomas F Varecka, MDBoot Camp, you will be able to: Pelvic Fractures: What Is Stable?Ÿ Understand current indications 8:45 am Mark C Reilly, MD for operative and non-operative Questions/Discussion treatment of fractures and 1:20 pm 9:00 am Break Acetabulum Fractures dislocations H Claude Sagi, MDŸ Comprehend appropriate surgical techniques, approaches, and 1:40 pm implant selections for fracture 9:20 am Femoral Neck Fractures in care Case Presentations Younger PatientsŸ Recognize the importance of Daniel S Horwitz, MD J Tracy Watson, MD careful soft tissue techniques 9:40 am 2:00 pm Ÿ Analyze critically ill traumatized Open Fractures Femoral Neck Fractures in Elderly: patients and practice appropriate Robert F Ostrum, MD ORIF, Monopolar, or THR temporary stabilization procedures Kenneth J Koval, MD and establish protocols for 10:00 am transfer Orthobiologics 2:20 pm J Tracy Watson, MD Intertrochanteric Fractures: IMHS vs. DHS 10:20 am Jeffrey O Anglen, MD6:15 am Registration and Initial Management of Continental Breakfast Polytrauma Patient 2:40 pm (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) Wade R Smith, MD Questions/Discussion10 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  13. 13. Orthopaedic Trauma Boot Camp, cont’d Thursday, October 4, 2012Wednesday,October 3, 2012, cont’d Thursday, October 4, 20122:55 pm Case PresentationsRobert F Ostrum, MD 6:15 am Continental Breakfast 10:15 am3:15 pm Break (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) Tibial Shaft Fractures3:35 pm Philip R Wolinsky, MDAntegrade Femoral Nailing 7:00 am Periprosthetic Fractures 10:35 amDaniel S Horwitz, MD George J Haidukewych, MD Tibial Shaft Nonunions3:55 pm Gerald J Lang, MDRetrograde Femoral Nailing 7:20 am Role and Technique for Spanning 10:55 amDolfi S Herscovici, DO External Fixation Pilon Fractures4:20 pm Jeffrey O Anglen, MD Steven J Morgan, MDSupracondylar Femur Fractures 7:40 am 11:15 amPaul Tornetta, III, MD Patella Fractures Talus Fractures4:40 pm Joshua Langford, MD Dolfi Herscovici, Jr, DOQuestions/Discussion 8:00 am 11:35 am Tibial Plateau Fractures Calcaneus Fractures Steven J Morgan, MD Erik Kubiak, MD4:55 pm Case Presentations 8:20 am 11:55 amFrank A Liporace, MD Questions/ Discussion Questions/Discussion5:15 pm Adjourn 8:35 am 12:15 pm Case Presentations Case Presentations Erik Kubiak, MD J Tracy Watson, MD rt Suppo OTA 2012 8:55 am Break 12:35 pm Adjourn the 9:15 am Box lunches will be available to course Research Campaign… Lab 1 Distal Femoral Plating participants. LAB 2 Proximal Tibia Plating The OTA gratefully acknowledges all current OTA Membership and past OTA Research New and Prospective Members Fund Donors. Please be sure are invited to attend an OTA to pick up your donor ribbon at New Member Luncheon! registration, and wear it Friday, October 5, 2012 throughout the meeting. Noon - 1:00 pm Donations can be made via Can’t make the luncheon? the OTA website or by Stop by the OTA Membership Booth in the registration calling (847) 698-1631. foyer and learn what the OTA has to offer you! Register Today at www.ota.org 11
  14. 14. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting CourseOTA/ORS Grant Writing WorkshopThe Grant Writing Workshop is co-branded by the OTA and ORS.Thursday, October 4, 2012Todd O McKinley, MD and Attendees of this activity can earnBrett D Crist, MD, Co-Chairs up to 8 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Wednesday, October 3, 2012 ✸ NEW 7:30 am 11:00 am Introduction and Specific Aims Understanding the Review Process: Stephen L Kates, MD “Funding Opportunities at the National Institutes of Health” 7:50 am James S Panagis, MD, MPH (via Skype) Background and SignificanceTarget Audience Denis R Clohisy, MD 11:20 am Pearls and Pitfalls: What Have IThis workshop is designed for any 8:10 am Learned from Wins and Lossessurgeon who is interested in writing Discussion Regis J O’Keefe, MD, PhDcompetitive peer-reviewed grants.It is particularly suited for younger 8:30 am 11:40 am faculty, trauma fellows and senior Previous Work/ Experimental Discussionlevel residents who are going to pur- Design and Methods Thomas D Brown, PhD 12:00 pm Lunchsue a career in orthopaedic trauma.The workshop will cover principles 8:55 am that apply to both entry level grants Alternative Strategies/Limitations(i.e. OTA-sponsored grants)and Joseph (Jody) A Buckwalter, MD, PhD SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES:secondary higher-order funding (Groups of 3 to 4 attendees per facultysuch as NIH or DOD level grants. 9:15 am in small group discussions) DiscussionObjectives 9:30 am Break 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm All FacultyUpon successful completion of the (Attendees and faculty will be required 10:00 am – 11:00 am OTA/ORS Grant Writing Workshop, to read a library of grants prior to the SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION workshop for these discussions).you will be able to: 10:00 am Ÿ Successful Grant ReviewŸ Identify the mechanics of writing Biosketches and Discussion a successful research grant Ÿ Marginal Grant ReviewŸ Understand the grant review Joan E Bechtold, PhD and Discussion process 10:15 am Ÿ Rejected Grant Review Collaborations and Discussion Marc F Swiontkowski, MDProgram 3:00 pm Break 10:30 am 6:30 am Registration and Budget and Budget Justification Continental Breakfast Theodore Miclau, III, MD 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) All Faculty 10:45 am Mock Grant Review7:25 am DiscussionIntroductionTodd O McKinley, MD, 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm 11:00 am – 12:00 pm All FacultyChair, OTA Research Committee OPTIMIZING YOUR CHANCES Discussion of Mock Grant Review, OF SUCCESS Small Group Activities andDIDACTICS: Closing Remarks Brett D Crist, MD and7:30 am – 9:30 am Todd O McKinley, MD, Co-Chairs,MECHANICS OF A GRANT OTA/ORS Grant Writing Workshop12 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  15. 15. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum William G DeLong, Jr, MD; Andrew H Schmidt, MD Thursday, October 4, 2012 and Saqib Rehman, MD, Co-ChairsAttendees of this activity can earnup to 8 AMA PRA Category I Credits™.Target Audience Wednesday, October 3, 2012The Orthopaedic Trauma Association(OTA) Annual Meeting is for the 8:41 ambenefit of orthopaedic trauma sur- 7:55 am – 8:25 am Evaluation of results of Sign Interlockgeons and related allied health care Nailing in open diaphyseal fractures Symposium 1 of Tibia in Indian Scenario (India)professionals with an interest ininternational trauma healthcare. Comparing Trauma Amitava Narayan Mukherjee, MD Systems from Two 8:49 am Nations: China and reating Pediatric Diaphysial Femur T Mexico Fractures with SIGN-Fin and PediatricObjectives Moderator: Peter Giannoudis, MD Nails (Pakistan) Shahab-ud-Din, MD 7:55 am Attendees of the International Case Presentations - 8:57 amOrthopaedic Trauma Care Forumwill: Question and Answer Session Discussion Mexico: Fryda Medina, MD Ÿ Learn about the varied methods Fernando de la Huerta, MD 9:12 am of treating fracture and trauma Graciela Gallardo García, MD Can we Place an IM-Nail in Infected complications from around the China: Jiaying Xu, MD Non-unions of Tibia (Pakistan) world Manyi Wang, MD Faseeh Shahab, MDŸ Become familiar with unique approaches to lower extremity 8:15 am 9:20 am injuries treated in areas of the Chinese Primary Trauma Care: Correction of Posttraumatic Flexion A Novel Program to Improve the Contracture of Knee Using Ilizarov world that have limited resources Trauma Care Situation in China Technique (China) Ÿ Increase understanding and Jiaying Xu, MD Shengsong Yang, MD knowledge of research opportunities internationally 9:28 amŸ Learn about state of the art Distal Tibiofibular Synostosis After methods to manage 8:25 am – 10:38 am Ankle Fractures (China) osteomyelitis and open Paper Session 1 Ting Li, MD fractures Fractures of the 9:36 am Lower Extremity External Fixator to IM Nail: Can It Be Moderators: Saqib Rehman, MD Done in Single Surgery? (Pakistan) David C Templeman, MD Shahab-ud-Din, MDProgram 8:25 am 9:44 am7:00 am Registration and Comparison of Functional Outcome Discussion Continental Breakfast between Hollow Nail and Solid Nail (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) (SIGN®) in the Management of Tibial 9:59 am Shaft Fractures (Nepal) External vs Internal Malrotation7:45 am Rajiv Maharjan, MD following Locked IntramedullaryIntroduction Nailing for Fracture Shaft Femur 8:33 am in Adults (India) William DeLong, MD Management of Open Tibia Fractures Navendu Goyal, MDInternational Committee Chair in the Developing World Using the SIGN Intramedullary Nail (Africa) Daniel Galat, MD Register Today at www.ota.org 13
  16. 16. International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum, cont’dWednesday, October 3, 2012 2:20 pm – 4:00 pm Paper Session 3 General Management of 11:38 am Musculoskeletal Injury The Treatment With Intramedullary Moderators: Andrew H Schmidt, MD Hip Screw In The Intertrochanteric Massimo Morandi, MD Fractures: A Clinical Outcome Study With A Focus On Asian Patients10:07 am 2:20 pm (Thailand) Periprosthetic Fracture After Locked International Orthopaedic Multicenter Chayanin Angthong, MDPlating In The Osteoporotic Fracture Study Fracture Study (INORMUS)Patients (Korea) 11:46 am (Canada) Ki Chul Park, MD Proximal Femoral Fractures Caused C J Foote, MD, MSc By Cycling Accidents In Young10:15 am Patients (Israel) 2:28 pmOutcome of Nonoperative Versus Yoram A Weil, MD A Randomised Control Trial ofOperative Treatment For Pure Neurological Outcome WithCompression Fractures of Anterior 11:54 am Different Treatment Modalities InLateral Tibial Plateau: A Retrospective Pipkin Fracture Dislocation Of The Acute Thoracolumbar Spinal InjuriesStudy of 54 Patients (China) Hip-Long Term Outcome (India) With Complete Paraplegia –Donghua Hang, MD Ramesh Kumar Sen, MS, MBBS, PhD A Preliminary Report (India) Professor Rajeshwar Nath Srivastava, Sr10:23 am 12:02 pmDiscussion Risk Factors of Venous 2:36 pm Thromboembolism In Asian Patients Discussion 10:38 am Break with Pelvic-Acetabular Trauma (India) Sameer Aggarwal 2:51 pm Break 10:58 am – 12:25 pm 12:10 pm Discussion 3:11 pmPaper Session 2 Sequential Reduction Protocol UsingInjuries to the Pelvis 12:25 pm Vector Principle For Cervical Fracture Dislocations - An Algorithm (India) and Hip Lunch and Poster Session Professor Rajeshwar Nath Srivastava, SrModerators: Steven J Morgan, MD Jeffrey O Anglen, MD 3:19 pm 1:25 pm – 2:20 pm A Comparative Study of Posterior10:58 amTrochanteric Fractures in Latin Symposium 2 Fixation In Acute UnstableAmerica: Is There Any Reason for State of the Art Care Thoracolumbar Injuries By Monoaxial and Polyaxial Pedicle Screws (India)Operating these Patients Out of of Open Fractures and Professor Rajeshwar Nath Srivastava, SrRegular Working Hours? (Brazil) Mauricio Kfuri, MD Osteomyelitis Moderator: Lewis G Zirkle, Jr, MD 3:27 pm11:06 am Shoulder Reconstruction with NerveOutcome of Major Pelvic Trauma 1:25 pm Transfers for Traumatic BrachialSurgery without Intra-operative State of the Art Treatment of Plexus Injuries (Philippines)Imaging in Ethiopia (Ethiopia) Osteomyelitis Arnaldo S Favila, Jr, MDLucas Anderson, MD John L Esterhai, Jr, MD 3:35 pm11:14 am 1:45 pm Fixator-Assisted Nailing in ShaftRetrograde Nailing In Periprosthetic State of the Art Treatment of Open Fractures of the Forearm (Russia)Femoral Shaft Fractures About Hip Fractures Alexander N Chelnokov, MDArthroplasty Stems (Russia) J Tracy Watson, MDAlexander N Chelnokov, MD 3:43 pm 2:05 pm Discussion 11:22 am DiscussionDiscussion 14 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  17. 17. International Orthopaedic Trauma Care Forum, cont’d Wednesday, October 3, 2012 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm guest nation - mexico Symposium Evidence Based Practice in Orthopaedics Introduction: William G De Long, Jr, MD Moderators: Fernando de la Huerta, MD Theodore Miclau III, MD 4:00 pm Introduction William G DeLong, Jr, MD 4:05 pm Barriers to Research in Latin America Fernando de la Huerta, MD Guest Nation Symposium 4:15 pm Developing an International Trauma OTA 2nd Annual Guest Nation ~ Mexico Research Consortium Saam Morshed, MD, PhD In recognition of the importance and benefits of sharing knowledge and experience with international colleagues, the OTA has instituted 4:25 pm a Guest Nation Program. We are proud to announce that Mexico has Trauma Systems in Mexico: been selected as the 2nd Annual OTA Guest Nation. Can They Handle our Needs? Fryda Medina, MD Representatives from the Congreso Nacional de Ortopedia y 4:35 pm Traumatologia will participate in the 4:00 pm symposium. Road Traffic Crashes: Is This Our In addition, the Embassy of Mexico has been invited to send a Emerging Challenge? representative to the Annual Meeting. We are pleased to have this Graciela Gallardo García, MD opportunity for collaboration with our Mexican colleagues, and it 4:45 pm will be an honor to recognize their contributions and achievements. Discussion 5:00 pm Adjourn 5:15 - 6:15 pm International ReceptionAll international attendees are welcome Register Today at www.ota.org 15
  18. 18. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course Masters Level Trauma Coding CourseMargaret Maley, Senior Consultant, KarenZupko & Associates, Inc.William R Creevy, MD, Chair Attendees of this activity can earn up to 6 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Wednesday, October 3, 2012Course Description Ÿ Explain the difference between a consultation on a Medicare private and academicMargaret Maley BSN, MS, consultant patient vs. a Non-Medicare orthopaedicwith KarenZupko &Associates, Inc., patient. departments,returns to OTA with a 2012 coding Ÿ Describe how correctly linking the state orthopae-course for orthopaedic trauma diagnosis to the E&M or dic societies,surgeons. Take advantage of the surgical service is important in and as a fea-opportunity to attend a course helping you avoid an audit. tured speakerspecifically focused on coding and for nationalreimbursement issues most Upon successful completion of the organizationsimportant to the bottom line of Orthopaedic Trauma Procedural like AAOE, Theorthopaedic trauma surgeons. Coding Course, you will be able to: Margaret Maley Musculoskeletal Ÿ Discuss what is included in global Senior Consultant, Tumor Society,Questions that consistently plague fracture care. KarenZupko & Associates, The Americanyou and your office staff will be Ÿ Correctly code bone grafting, Inc. Associationaddressed in depth: external fixation, debridement, of Hip and Knee Surgeons, theŸ How do I report the closed and fracture care. Western Orthopaedic Association, treatment of a fracture with Ÿ Understand the difference Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis manip­ lation if the reduction is u between returning a patient to Society, Pediatric Orthopaedic lost and I have to perform a treat a surgical complication vs. Society of North America, subsequent ORIF? a staged procedure. Orthopaedic Trauma Association andŸ What codes do I use to indicate Ÿ Correctly document and report the AAOS Annual Meeting. that I initially placed an external procedures that are unrelated to fixator with the intention of surgeries done previously when taking the patient to the OR later you are in the “global period”. for an ORIF? Ÿ Report the services of surgicalŸ Why do my E&M services get assistants and PA’s. Course Program denied when I report global 8:00 am Registration and fracture care in addition? Continental BreakfastŸ If the resident or my PA reduces a fracture in the ER, what do I About the Speaker (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) report when I see the patient in Margaret Maley brings over 30 9:00 am – 12:00 pm my office? years of experience in orthopaedics evaluation & management to her clients as a clinician and issues for THE orthopaedic consultant. With a B.S.N. from The trauma surgeonLearning Objectives University of Illinois, a master’s degree from Rush University andUpon successful completion of the 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm strong clinical experience in LunchEvaluation and Management (E&M) orthopaedics, Ms. Maley has been aSection, you will be able to: senior consultant with KZA for overŸ Confidently report services in the 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 15 years. Her clear understanding of surgical coding and ER that result in a hospital the current orthopaedic admission. reimbursement for the reimbursement challenges andŸ Know what modifier is required orthopaedic trauma unique ability to communicate with if you see a patient in the ER and orthopaedic surgeons makes her surgeon take them urgently to the an asset to staff and administrators operating room. alike. Margaret speaks regularly to16 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  19. 19. 2012 OTA Pre-Meeting Course Young Practitioners Forum “The Tools for a Sustainable Trauma Career”Attendees of this activity can earn Lisa K Cannada, MD, Chairup to 4.25 AMA PRA Category I Credits™.Target Audience Thursday, October 4, 2012This course is designed fororthopaedic residents, fellows and 8:13 am 10:43 am young practitioners to promote Making the Most of Your Fellowship Tips for Preparing for Your Boards, David C Templeman, MD Part II career planning and development Jodi Siegel, MDduring residency and selection of 8:22 am best practice environment. Panel: Finding a Job in an 10:51 am Overcrowded Market: Questions Getting What You Want Sean T Burns, MD, Boris Zellen, 11:02 am Kyle Judd, MD, Karen E Hand, MD Preparing for the Road Ahead:Forum Objectives 8:47 am Maximizing Opportunity Todd O McKinley, MD1) Increase knowledge and under- The View From the Other Side of the standing of the fellowship, job Desk: What an Employer Looks For 11:13 am During an Interview Tips for Personal Finance Success interviewing and negotiating Douglas W Lundy, MD Roy Sanders, MD processes;2) Learn important tips for young 9:00 am 11:31 am practitioners in different practice Negotiating Keynote Address: Know the Evidence settings; M Bradford Henley, MD & Question Everything 3) Identify successful strategies for Paul Tornetta, III, MD financial management; 9:24 am 4) Increase awareness of opportuni- How to Get What You Want 11:55 am ties outside the operating room in a Hospital Wrap Up Aaron G Osborne, DO including volunteer opportunities and health policy issues. 9:36 am 12:00 pm Lunch Session Questions This will be an open session for question and answers after our 9:51 am Break two panelist speakProgram The Reality of Relationship Failure 10:06 am Robert P Dunbar, Jr., MD7:00 am Registration and How to Use and Maximize Continental Breakfast Ancillary Staff Avoiding Burnout & Finding Balance (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) Matthew R Craig, MD J Lawrence Marsh, MD 8:00 am 10:14 am Perspectives from a Wife, MotherOVERVIEW Things You Never Thought of that and SurgeonLisa K Cannada, MD, Make a Difference Yvonne Murtha, MDChair J Tracy Watson, MD8:07 am 10:27 am 1:00 pm Choosing a Fellowship Top 10 Tips & Tricks for Operating Annual Meeting BeginsJason Tank, MD By Yourself (includes video) Troy Caron, DO Register Today at www.ota.org 17
  20. 20. OTA Membership Application Deadlines: May 1 and November 1 Apply today at www.OTA.orgJoin the Member Services Take advantage of the many OTA member services…. • JOT Subscription • Meeting Discounts • Fellowship Match • Discussion Forum and Listserv • Mentor Programs • Career Resources • Coding and Practice Management Resources (Academic and Community) Education Learn the latest techniques for the management of complex orthopaedic trauma patients from leading orthopaedic trauma educators. The OTA offers educational opportunities for: • Residents • Young Practitioners • Mid - Senior Level Orthopaedic Surgeons • Fellows Scholarships offered for most resident and fellows programs. Research • Research Grants • Trauma Registry • Mulit-Center Studies • Conduct and Access OTA Member Surveys Professional Development and Leadership Opportunities • 25+ Committees and Project Teams • Resident and Fellow Education and Research Grants Health Policy & Practice Management • Shape Health Policy • Evaluate Current Practice Management Issues • Develop Position Statements and Incorporate Thoughtful Solutions OTA Membership Dues Active/Research/Senior Membership $ 600 International $ 100** Community/Associate $ 500 Allied Health $ 130** Candidate (Resident/Fellow) $ 50** ** does not include JOT subscription18 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47
  21. 21. Annual Meeting ✸ Program Chair NEW James A Goulet, MD Program Co-Chair Thomas F Higgins, MD ✸ NEWMinneapolis Convention Center Photo courtesy of Meet Minneapolis. Register Today at www.ota.org! 3
  22. 22. 28th Annual MeetingJames A Goulet, MD, ChairThomas F Higgins, MD, Co-Chair Attendees of this activity can earn 19.25+ AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Ÿ Become familiar with the epide- between the automotive industry, miology of worldwide fracture crash research institutes and care and understand practical the surgeons who have helpedTarget Audience solutions to improve care prevent and limit sequelae of vehicle-related injury Ÿ Understand the changing land-The Orthopaedic Trauma Association scape of US Health Policy reform Ÿ Become familiar with how to set(OTA) Annual Meeting is for the up and run a fragility fracture Ÿ Recognize the impact of automo-benefit of orthopaedic trauma sur- program tive trauma and the partnershipgeons and related allied health careprofessionals. Thursday, October 4, 2012Objectives 6:15 am 2:50 pm BreakThe OTA is an organization dedicated REGISTRATIOn Visit Scientific Posters & (CC Ballroom/Main Lobby) Technical Exhibitsto the discovery and dissemination ofknowledge and information regard-ing the prevention, diagnosis, and 1:00 pm treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. WELCOME and 3:20 pm – 4:52 pm DONOR AWARDS scientific Session IThe 28th OTA Annual Meeting willprovide all registrants the oppor- Robert A Probe, MD hip fractures James A Goulet, MD Moderators: John T Ruth, MDtunity to witness presentations of J Tracy Watson, MDpeer-reviewed original basic scienceand clinical research papers, posters 3:20 pm PAPER #27and symposia that present current 1:20 pm – 2:50 pm More Reoperations Afterconcepts for topics of general inter- Symposium 1 Intramedullary Nailing Comparedest. A multitude of mini-symposia, with Sliding Hip Screws in thebio-skills labs, informal case presen- IMPROving hip Treatment of AO/OTA Type A1tations, and technical exhibits, each fracture care Trochanteric Fractures: Results Afterwith specific focus, will enable a Moderator: Christopher G Moran, MD 7643 Operations Reported To thecustomized educational experience. Faculty: Kjell Matre, MD; Norwegian Hip Fracture Register Stephen L Kates, MD; Kjell Matre, MD; Keith M Willett, MD; Leif Ivar Havelin, MD, PhD;Ample opportunity will be available Lau Tak Wing, MD Jan-Erik Gjertsen; Tarjei Vinje;for expression of common concerns, This symposium will look at the Birgitte Espehaug; Jonas M Fevang, MDsharing of relevant experiences and worldwide epidemiology of hipdiscussion of alternative treatment fractures and review the results of 3:26 pm PAPER #28approaches. large, National Hip Fracture Registries A Comparison of Cemented and giving level-1 epidemiological Uncemented Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty evidence. Methods of improving Complications in the Early Post-After attending the Annual Meeting of standards of care through audit and Operative Periodthe OTA, participants will be able to: financial incentive will be discussed Ross K Leighton, MD, FRCSC, FACS;Ÿ Discuss the most up-to-date with practical suggestions on Uwe Dahn, MD; clinical and basic science improving hip fracture care in the Kelly Trask, BEng, MSc, CCRP advancements related to USA and other countries. orthopaedic trauma20 Pre-registration deadline September 4 (mail); September 10 (online) – See page 47

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