Guidelines to Presenter
- The presenter should choose a subject of wider application.
- Presentation should be in the mode of ‘How I do it’ and should cover- Indications - Pre Op. evaluation, needs for that particular operation. (Implants, instruments & alternatives)
- It should be step by step, stop & start presentation (entertaining/explaining any question of the audience)
- Post Op care & special precaution if any.
- After treatment.
- Possible – complications & their management during operation itself/later on.
- Tips & tricks that may be of use.
- Your experience about outcome.
- Must show if you had any problem & failure (You are teacher & teaching, not showing your acumen)
Please permit distribution of CD of your presentation to the delegates.
The following Video presentation has also been consented & confirmed :-
- Correction of unacceptable kyphosis
Dr. H.S. Chhabra
- Growth rod application
Dr. Bhavuk Garg
- High grade spondyloptosis
Dr. Appaji Krishnan
- Ossified Ligamentum Flavum
Dr. Ajoy Shetty
- Thoracic disc herniation cervical Laminobplasty
- Difficult Problem of cervical spine
Dr. Abumi, Japan
- Thoracic Lumbar fracture of spine
Dr. Ram Chaddha
- Percutaneous pedicle screw technique
Dr. Samir Dalvie
- Mini open TILF
Dr. Rupindar Chahal
- Endoscopic spine surgery
Dr. Pramod V. Lokhande
- Tubular discectomy
Dr. Guru Raj
- Video of PSO for severe Rigid deformity
About 10 more slots available, please hurry!
Dr. Amit Jhala
Free participation for all.
Foreign faculty: followings have confirmed.
- Dr. Abumi
Difficult cervical Problems - from Japan
- Dr. Alexandra R.Vaccaro
Robotic in spine Surgery - form Sydney (Australia)
- Dr. Michael Fehlings
(i) Degenerative cervicals/myelopathy state of art & future directions
(ii)Role & Time of surgery in traumatic spinal cord injury – TIME IS SPINE
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