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KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 2009: FROM EARLY INTERVENTION TO REVISION

30 April – 2 May 2009 The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London
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gifts. Knee 2009 will see international opinion leaders present clearly defined ideas. academics and engineers to share knowledge and to benefit from each other’s experiences.KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 2009: FROM EARLY INTERVENTION TO REVISION Knee replacement is now more frequently performed than hip replacement. stimulate debate.org Find „„ Sponsorship and Exhibition Sponsoring or exhibiting at the event offers a superb opportunity to do business with key players in the industry. hospital managers. postgraduates in engineering-based discussions with surgeons. push the boundaries solutions and collaborators for future projects To talk through how to get the best from one of our events. you can enhance brand awareness by: n  Becoming a key sponsor of a platinum/gold/silver or associate package n Hosting a networking drinks reception n  Taking an exhibition space at the conference n  Advertising in the delegate documentation pack n Providing branded bags. The conference also features a drinks reception and a banquet. There will be 63 presentations. Areas of debate will include: „„ Total Knee Replacement (TKR) vs unicompartmental knee replacement „„ Traditional surgery vs computer-assisted surgery „„ Early vs late intervention This event will bring together surgeons. pens. This event will showcase the revolutionary solutions now available. and frequent question-and-answer sessions. research students. contact Aman Duggal Tel: +44 (0)20 7973 1309 Email: sponsorship@imeche. For details. successes and frustrations. consultants. and help shape the future of this essential area. please see the programme. medical academics. engineers. Knee 2009 will update you on: This event will attract: Technical advantages: „„ Engage • Advances in early intervention strategies • The future of computerassisted surgery • Innovations in materials and implant design • Challenges of the patellofemoral joint • Advances in pre-clinical and clinical assessment techniques Surgeons. The financial environment and patient expectations demand improved outcome at a lower cost. industry professionals. etc Supporting organisations British Orthopaedic Association S E T T I N G T H E S TA N D A R D International . engineers and academics the latest thinking in navigation. yet it is more expensive and less effective. surgical robotics and minimally invasive techniques areas for development and potential pitfalls problems to be solved product design your knowledge base Get „„ Identify „„ Define „„ „„ Improve „„ Enhance „„ Operate at the cutting edge. If you have a product or service to promote. doctors.

J Lützner *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. S Mu. M Price. USA COMPARATIVE KINEMATICS BETWEEN THE TRIATHLON (STRYKER) AND THE JOURNEY (SMITH & NEPHEW) TKR N Thomas* *North Hampshire Hospital. AMJ Bull. EMG AND EXTERNAL MOTION REGISTRATION N Wolterbeek*. J Evans. DS Barrett *University of Southampton. SN Collins *Corin. SELECTED SPEAKERS ARE IN BLACK. University of Strathclyde. UK THE ACL-STABILISING FUNCTION OF THE GUIDED MOTION BICRUCIATE STABILISED KNEE REPLACEMENT JE Arbuthnot*. London INVITED SPEAKERS ARE IN RED. UK 12:25 Q&A SESSION 12:45 LUNCH 13:55 SESSION 2 – DESIGNS AND FIXATION IT ONLY TAKES A DECADE: FROM CONCEPT TO IN VIVO DATA WITH A NEW TKA DESIGN S Banks* *University of Florida. C Bennett.KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 2009: FROM EARLY INTERVENTION TO REVISION 30 April – 2 May 2009 The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The Netherlands A STUDY OF THE ERRORS ASSOCIATED WITH MEASURING KNEE KINEMATICS USING MARKER-BASED MOTION CAPTURE AND IMAGING GM Whatling*. F Pierron. D Jones. MULTI-CENTRED RCTS OF FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF TKA USING FLEXIBLE ELECTRO-GONIOMETRY: THE CHALLENGE FOR THE NEXT DECADE PJ Rowe* *HealthQWest. UK VARUS AND VALGUS STRESS OF THE KNEE JOINT: DOES A RELIABLE END-POINT EXIST? JV Clarke*. UK (Picture courtesy of the University of Southampton & Finsbury Orthopaedics) EFFECTS OF SURGICAL TECHNIQUE ON CEMENT PRESSURISATION IN THE TIBIA IN TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT AMR New*. CA Holt *Cardiff School of Engineering. PRESENTING AUTHORS AND THEIR AFFILIATIONS SHOW* Thursday 30 April 09:45 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS 10:45 CONFERENCE START 11:00 SESSION 1 – KINEMATICS TKA KINEMATICS: WHAT I’VE LEARNED IN 15 YEARS D Dennis* *Colorado Joint Replacement. V Hughes. S Sidhom. Italy FLEXION KINEMATICS IN PATIENTS WITH A MEDIAL SPHERE-INSPHERE KNEE ARTHROPLASTY P Moonot*. F Picard *Golden Jubilee National Hospital and University of Strathclyde. SA Banks. UK TOWARDS PHASE III. USA A REVIEW OF MOBILE BEARING KNEES P Ellison*. AA Amis *North Hampshire Hospital and Imperial College London. M Al-Lami. UK AXIS OF ROTATION OF A POSTERIOR CRUCIATE RETAINING TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY DURING STAIR DESCENT M Foresti*. . UK REDUCED LENGTH OF STAY WITH MINI-INCISION KNEE REPLACEMENT. S Sidhom. GT Railton. RE Field *South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre. A Anderson. SW Sturdee. RGHH Nelissen *Leiden University Medical Center. ETH Zurich. M Slomczykowski *Harrogate District Hospital and Activ4life. UK REMOTE ACTIVITY MONITORING IN JOINT REPLACEMENT – DO WE REALLY KNOW HOW ACTIVE OUR PATIENTS ARE? JL Conroy*. ER Valstar *Leiden University Medical Center. AC Nicol. EH Garling. M Larcher. I Revie. M Roy. UK THREE-DIMENSIONAL KNEE KINEMATICS AND KINETICS OF A MOBILE BEARING TOTAL KNEE PROSTHESIS DURING WEIGHTBEARING ACTIVITIES USING FLUOROSCOPY. UK 17:15 Q&A SESSION 17:40 CLOSE OF DAY ONE 17:50 DRINKS RECEPTION The drinks reception is your ideal opportunity to meet the speakers and further discuss the day’s controversies. UK THE TEN-YEAR SURVIVORSHIP OF THE MEDIAL ROTATION KNEE REPLACEMENT. Cardiff University. E Shaffudin. NJ London *Harrogate and District Foundation Hospital Trust. RB Brink *Geelong Private Hospital. A Reeves. BC Stoel. H Ozturk. A FORCE PLATE. BL Kaptein. A CLINICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL OUTCOME REPORT AT A MEAN FOLLOW-UP OF SIX YEARS K Mannan*. A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL MA Farndon*. E Stuessi *Institute for Biomechanics. ER Valstar. SA Banks. P Young. G Scott *Royal London Hospital. Switzerland DETECTING FEMUR-INSERT COLLISIONS TO IMPROVE PRECISION FOR FLUOROSCOPIC KNEE-ANALYSIS AH Prins*. Drinks will be served in the Edward Lumley Hall. NP Thomas. SA Banks. The Netherlands QUANTIFYING BEARING MOTION IN MOBILE BEARING TKR: DOES AXIAL ALIGNMENT AFFECT IN VIVO FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE? MK Harman*. Bologna University. UK 15:00 Q&A SESSION 15:15 REFRESHMENTS 15:45 SESSION 3 – TKR FUNCTION/SURVIVORSHIP PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH FLEXION DESIGNS S Greenwald* *Lutheran Hospital. JHC Reiber. A Grainger. BJ Fregly. USA THE EFFECTS OF TIBIAL TRAY ROTATION AND POSTERIOR SLOPE ON KNEE KINEMATICS FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT A Karim*. S Kirschner. AH Deakin. N Muthukumar. H Gerber. USA NEW CONCEPTS IN TKR DESIGN P Walker* *NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases. UK ARTHROSCOPIC CAPSULECTOMY AND ANTERIOR RELEASE FOR THE TREATMENT OF STIFFNESS FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT MJ Risebury*. Australia and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. NP Thomas *Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Hospital.

USA HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO PRE-CLINICAL TKR ANALYSIS: COMPUTATIONALLY-ENRICHED EXPERIMENTAL TESTING AM Strickland*. USA AN ANALYSIS OF IN VIVO KNEE FORCES WHILE RISING FROM A CHAIR AFTER KNEE ARTHROPLASTY DD D’Lima*. Y-C Lin. Sponsoring the social aspects of the conference is a great way to be remembered. M Taylor *University of Southampton. Y Heller. I Khan *Durham University. M Spinelli. A Unsworth *Durham University.org or +44 (0)20 7973 1309 . UK INVESTIGATION ON WEAR OF UNICOMPARMENTAL KNEE PROSTHESES UNDER FIXED KINEMATIC CONDITIONS S Bignozzi*. G Blunn *University of Oxford. people are more relaxed. JP Walter. M Stanley. Over dinner. T Zakaria. UK ELEVATED PROXIMAL TIBIAL STRAINS FOLLOWING UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT – A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF PAIN DJ Simpson*. UK BIOTRIBOLOGICAL AND STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISATIONS OF TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENTS: A PROSIM KNEE SIMULATOR STUDY JJ Wu*. T Render. UK THE INFLUENCE OF KINEMATIC INPUT CONDITIONS ON THE WEAR OF A MOBILE BEARING ROTATING PLATFORM TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT LM Jennings*. DJ Cleary. A Leardini *European Center for Knee Research. Bologna University. C Belvedere. and more open to new ideas. S Affatato. S Patil. DW Murray *Nuffield Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. AL Galvin. UK 09:55 Q&A SESSION 10:15 REFRESHMENTS 11:00 SESSION 5 – PRE-CLINICAL TESTING AND SIMULATION COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS FOR DESIGN PHASE EVALUATION OF KNEE REPLACEMENT P Rullkoetter* *University of Denver. MR Dressler. Italy PITCH-BASED CFR-PEEK-OPTIMA ASSESSED AS A BEARING MATERIAL IN A MOBILE BEARING UNICONDYLAR KNEE JOINT SC Scholes*. F Catani. G Yildirim *NYU – Hospital for Joint Diseases. J Fisher *University of Leeds. R Lloyd. A Ensini. N Lopomo. UK 12:30 Q&A SESSION 12:50 LUNCH (Picture courtesy of the Bioengineering Sciences Research Group at University of Southampton) SPONSORSHIP OF THE DRINKS RECEPTION AND BANQUET Both the drinks reception and banquet are available for sponsorship.Friday 1 May 08:00 REFRESHMENTS 08:30 SESSION 4 – WEAR AND POLYETHYLENE WEAR OF POLYETHYLENE IN TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT J Fisher* *University of Leeds. DD D’Lima. HS Gill. AA Amis *Imperial College London. N Steklov. USA MUSCLE AND CONTACT CONTRIBUTIONS TO INVERSE DYNAMIC KNEE LOADS DURING GAIT BJ Fregly*. Belgium PRE-CLINICAL EVALUATION OF TOTAL KNEE DESIGNS FOR RESTORING NORMAL KNEE MECHANICS PS Walker*. MG Pandy *University of Florida. USA ASTM FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENTS CL Halewood*. N Zarantonello. UK FE EVALUATION OF THE ARTICULAR CONTACT IN A TKA DURING IN VIVO DYNAMIC WEIGHT-BEARING ACTIVITIES B Innocenti*. L Labey. and a great way to build rapport with the key players at the event. CL Brockett. For more information please contact Aman Duggal at sponsorship@imeche. UK WEAR TESTING OF THE LATERAL OXFORD UNICOMPARTMENTAL REPLACEMENT J O’Connor*. or drinks. M Marcacci *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. SA Banks. more approachable. CW Colwell *Shiley Center for Orthopaedic Research and Education at Scripps Clinic CA. M Collins. D Murray.

including those showing his successful ligation of the femoral artery for popliteal aneurysm and his experiments on collateral circulation. M Marcacci *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. A Sanghrajka.14:00 SESSION 6 – REVISION THE ROLE OF IMPLANT DESIGN AND SOFT TISSUE STRUCTURES ON CCK KNEE JOINT STABILITY T Wright*. DJ Simpson. DW Murray *Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. S Zaffagnini. UK PERSONAL RESULTS OF MULTICOMPARTMENTAL ARTHROPLASTY J-L Briard*. we will move downstairs for a three-course dinner served in the Edward Lumley Hall. J Zuckerman *Department of Orthopaedics. UK OUTCOME OF SUTURE REPAIR OF TIBIAL TUBERCLE OSTEOTOMY FOR ACCESS IN REVISION KNEE ARTHROPLASTY NA Ferran*. A Di Martino. HG Pandit. MA Conditt *Foundation Surgical Hospital. Bologna University. P Witoolkolachit *Clinique du Cedre. UK 15:00 Q&A SESSION 15:15 REFRESHMENTS 16:00 SESSION 7 – UNICOMPARTMENTAL/ MULTICOMPARTMENTAL/EARLY TREATMENT UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT AND LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION D Murray* *Nuffield Orthopaedics Centre. S Johnson. MD Driscoll. S Bignozzi. CAF Dodd. D Padgett *Hospital for Special Surgery – New York. (Picture courtesy of the Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Group at Imperial College London) . L Nofrini. After drinks. A Russo. Bologna University. Houston. Italy THE CURRENT STATE OF CHONDROCYTE TRANSPLANTATION G Bentley*. and features 3. A Russo. C Wilson *University Llandough Hospital. S Zaffagnini. including the portrait of John Hunter by Sir Joshua Reynolds and the large ‘cartoon’ by Hans Holbein of Henry VIII presenting the Charter to the Barber Surgeons in 1540. P Walker. M Marcacci *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. Please register for this event when booking (£15 + VAT for conference delegates and £60 + VAT for non-delegates). NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases. USA MEDIAL UNICOMPARTMENTAL FOCAL RESURFACING OF KNEE FOR EARLY OSTEOARTHRITIS AND OSTEONECROSIS IMPLANT. P Desai. Italy LINK KNEE PROSTHESIS: A SMALL DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE S Singh*. UK 17:30 Q&A SESSION 17:45 CLOSE OF DAY 2 18:00 CONFERENCE BANQUET The conference banquet will start with a drinks reception in the Royal College of Surgeons’ Hunterian Museum and Library. X Wang. UK PATELLA RECONSTRUCTION USING AUTOGRAFT IN PATELLECTOMISED PATIENTS UNDERGOING TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY RS Kotwal*. G Scott *Holly House Hospital. P Cnudde *Prince Philip Hospital. They also house an art gallery and an extensive collection of surgical implements and medical devices. S Macmull. F Iacono. R Chau. TECHNIQUE AND SHORT-TERM RESULTS D Bruni*. CR Deane. The museum and library is of national importance in documenting the achievements of British surgery. USA A COMPUTER-ASSISTED SURGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY REVISION D Bruni*. University Hospital of Wales. Bois-Guillaume. RL Morgan-Jones *Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics. Llanelli and West Wales General Hospital. M Lo Presti. TWR Briggs *Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust. R Schwarzkopf. UK SEVERE TIBIAL BONE LOSS IN REVISION TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT MANAGED WITH STRUCTURAL FEMORAL HEAD ALLOGRAFT: A PROSPECTIVE CASE SERIES FROM THE ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL HS Lyall*. A Ghandour. HS Gill. USA THE INFLUENCE OF MALALIGNMENT ON CLINICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL OUTCOMES OF UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT A Gulati*. G Steiner.500 specimens and preparations from John Hunter’s original collection. This room houses some of the college’s most important paintings. as well as an outstanding collection of surgical literature dating from the 15th century onwards. F Iacono. France COULD UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENTS BE USED MORE FREQUENTLY? S Arno*. D Maffei. UK DOES CONVERSION OF A UKA TO A TKA REQUIRE MEDIAL AUGMENTATION? S Kreuzer*.

G Bentley *The Institute of Orthopaedics. USA 09:50 Q&A SESSION 10:10 REFRESHMENTS 10:45 SESSION 9 – NAVIGATION AND ROBOTIC SURGERY ACCURACY IMPROVES OUTCOME IN KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: FIVE-YEAR RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ROBOTIC UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT J Cobb* *Imperial College London. J Kim. RWJ Carrington. P Rullkoetter. F Iacono.(Picture courtesy of the Bioengineering Sciences Research Group at University of Southampton) Medical Engineering Division. Bologna University. B Noble *Mayo Clinic. Australia 12:15 Q&A SESSION 12:30 CLOSE OF CONFERENCE Poster sessions During days 1 and 2 there will also be poster presentations in the refreshments hall. P Laz *University College Dublin. S Zaffagnini. Bologna University. UK CAN MINI-ROBOTS SAVE TIME AND IMPROVE PRECISION IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED TKA? A CADAVER STUDY D Koulalis*. M Marcacci. UK THE LEARNING CURVE FOR NAVIGATED TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY ANALYSED AS A MANUFACTURING PROCESS SAC Sampath*. D Casino. Australia and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. S Martelli. USA KNEE FLEXION AND KNEE MOMENTS DURING DAILY FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES IN PEOPLE WHO HAVE UNDERGONE TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT JA McClelland*. KE Webster. USA ROBOTICALLY ASSISTED UKA IS MORE ACCURATE THAN MANUALLY INSTRUMENTED UKA TM Coon*. HB Menz *La Trobe University Melbourne. NJ Little *St Peter’s Hospital. Ireland HOW ACCURATE IS PATELLAR HEIGHT MEASUREMENT USING DIGITAL IMAGING? BA Rogers*. RB Brink *Geelong Private Hospital. USA WHICH KNEE DO PATIENTS PREFER? A MEDIUM-TERM FOLLOWUP OF BILATERAL TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY WITH PATELLAR RESURFACING ON ONE SIDE ONLY MTR Parratt*. S Bignozzi. UK EXTENSOR MALALIGNMENT ARISING FROM FEMORAL COMPONENT MALROTATION: EFFECT OF ROTATING BEARING DD D’Lima*. UK KINEMATIC BEHAVIOUR OF TOTAL AND UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE ARTHOPLASTY: A COMPARISON USING A SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM N Lopomo*. JAM Skinner. D Kendoff. Surrey. UK EFFECTS OF FEMORAL COMPONENT DESIGN ON UNRESURFACED PATELLO-FEMORAL MECHANICS C Fitzpatrick*. J Hentz. Italy PATELLO-FEMORAL KINEMATICS D Barrett* Southampton General Hospital. Organising Committee: Prof Mark Taylor (Conference Chair) University of Southampton Prof David Barrett Southampton General Hospital Dr Anthony Bull Imperial College London Prof Justin Cobb Imperial College London Prof Brian Davies Imperial College London Dr Peter Lawes Medical Technology Consultant Mr Neil Thomas North Hampshire Hospital Prof Anthony Unsworth Durham University Saturday 2 May 08:00 REFRESHMENTS 08:30 SESSION 8 – PATELLO-FEMORAL PATELLO-FEMORAL KINEMATICS AND PATELLO RESURFACING TECHNIQUE USING COMPUTER-AIDED SURGERY F Catani* *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. . PF O’Loughlin. MA Conditt *St Elizabeth Community Hospital CA. Italy EARLY EXPERIENCES. PC Chen. UK RESTORATION OF FEMORAL ANATOMY AND PATELLAR TRACKING IN TKA WITH UNISEX AND GENDER PROSTHESES HD Clarke*. These sessions will detail further research and studies on all areas of Knee Arthroplasty. Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. SH Voon. H Davies *The Bluespot Knee Clinic. M Baldwin. C Plaskos. UK DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY M Taylor* *University of Southampton. SUCCESSES AND PITFALLS WITH A NEW GUIDED KNEE MOTION ARTHROPLASTY INTENDED TO IMPROVE FUNCTION AND FLEXION – A REVIEW OF THE FIRST 100 CASES BY A NON-INVENTOR SURGEON JE Arbuthnot*. CW Colwell *Shiley Center for Orthopaedic Research and Education at Scripps Clinic CA. AD Pearle *Hospital for Special Surgery New York. D Fitzpatrick. D Bruni *Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli. JA Feller. TS Waters. MD Driscoll.

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