PRECIIS

Innovationer för

precisionsortopedi

 

 

 

PRECIIS Welcomes you to

OrthoSurgical Innovations 2018

 

The symposium is bringing together clinicians, engineers and industry partners to discuss technological development in orthopaedic surgery. The aim of this interdisciplinary symposium is to stimulate the creation of novel research ideas and to facilitate the diffusion of these ideas into healthcare.

 

Practicalities

 

The symposium will take place at Spårvagnshallarna in Stockholm, Sweden on May 17th-18th, 2018 and will start and end with lunch. A conference dinnerWill be held on the 17th to maximize the time to meet and exchange experiences.

 

The conference fee including dinner is 2500kr excl VAT.

 

A registration site will open shortly and you will find the link here. In the meantime you can pre-register to marie.ahnstrom.waltersson@liu.se to ensure aseat at the symposium.

 

Poster Exhibition

 

During the symposium there will be a poster exhibition. If you wish to bring a poster, please send an abstract to marie.ahnstrom.waltersson@liu.se before March 15th.

 

Keynote Speakers

 

Professor Roger Emery

Imperial College, London

President of the European Society of Shoulder and Elbow

Research on shoulder replacements and intraoperative guide machines

 

Professor Thomas Gregory

University Paris Descartes

Upper limb and sports surgery

Founder of the Fondation Moveo Paris

Research in Virtual and Augmented Reality applied to Orthopaedics

 

Dr Max Gordon

Department of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Founder of DeepMed AB

Research in Artificial Intelligence applied to Orthopaedics

 

Program Topics

 

Artificial Intelligence – How is AI and especially deep learning used in orthopaedics today?

 

The challenges of creating an innovative prosthesis – A case study from Imperial College and Episurf.

 

The challenges of diffusion of new technologies into orthopaedic clinical practice – A case study from the industry.

 

Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality – How can virtual reality (VR) be used to educate surgeons today? How can augmented reality be used in surgery?

 

Intraoperative guide machines an aid in surgery – Does it improve placement of shoulder prostheses in surgery.

 

Environment for multidisciplinary research – How do we create an environment facilitating and encouraging multidisciplinary research? A reflection on experiences at Imperial College, London and Fondation Moveo, Paris.

 

Use of imaging software in orthopaedics – CT motion analysis software, a tool to analyse implant behaviour.

 

3D printing – The present and future of 3D printing. What are its advantages and limitations?

 

Organizing Committee

 

The symposium is organized by the PRECIIS project and supported by an organizing committee.

Claes Lundström, Sectra; Olof Sköldenberg, Danderyd Hospital; Cyrus Broden, Imperial College.

 

EVENT

Nedan hittar du var och när du kan träffa PRECIIS-teamet och själv prova våra innovationer. Håll utik efter vår kommande roadshow - kom och utforska framtiden när vi hälsar på hos just dig!

SOF

Karlstad, 27/8 - 31/8 2018

SOTS

Stockholm, 11/1 - 12/1 2018

PRECIIS är ett innovationsprojekt delfinansierat av VINNOVA.

Konsortiet består av industriella parterna Sectra, Zimmer Biomet Sweden, Qualisys, Wematter och OssDsign, av sjukvårds- och akademiparterna Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset, Danderyds Sjukhus, Linköpings Universitetssjukhus, CMIV vid Linköpings Universitet, Capio Movement, Sahlgrenska Universitetssjukhuset, NU-sjukvården och Landstingens Ömsesidiga Försäkringsbolag, samt Reumatikerförbundet.