Programme

8:00 – 8:10

Opening – Welcome address

O. Guyen (Lausanne, Switzerland)

 

SESSION 1: DUAL MOBILITY BASIC SCIENCES & RESEARCH

Chairmen: Hannes RÜDIGER, Julien WEGRZYN

8:10 – 8:18 Dual mobility cup: improved stability and gait parameters.
A. Acker (Lausanne, Switzerland)
8:18 – 8:26 Advantageous biomechanical behavior of dual mobility compared to big head and constrained implants.
O. Guyen (Lausanne, Switzerland)
 8:26 – 8:34 Mapping mechanical stresses on dual mobility.
J. Geringer (St Etienne, France)
 8:34 – 8:42 Dual mobility: basic science concerning the retentive rim system.
C. Manin (Lyon, France)
 8:42 – 8:50

The third articulation: the retention collar.
D. Noyer (Bourgoin, France)

 8:50 – 8:58 Is highly crosslinked polyethylene a safe option for dual mobility cup mobile component?
J. Wegrzyn (Lyon, France)
 8:58 – 9:06 Ultrasound technique to analyse the behavior of a dual mobility acetabular system.
R. Desmarchelier (Morges, Switzerland)
 9:06 – 9:14 Does a dual mobility cup generate significant amount of metal ions?
L. Marie-Hardy (Paris, France)
 9:14 – 9:22

Ceramic heads and dual mobility cup.
B. Masson (Toulouse, France)

 

Discussion

10:00-10:30 Coffee break - Visit of the exhibition
 

SESSION 2: FAILURES AND LIMITATIONS OF DUAL MOBILITY

Chairmen: Luigi ZAGRA, Nicolas BONIN 

10:30–10:36

Reasons for revision of dual mobility: data from the Australian registry.
S. Brumby (Adelaïde, Australia)
10:36–10:42 Reasons for revision of dual mobility:
matched cohort of 231 dual mobility cups and 231 fixed cups collected in a prospective series of 2044 first revision THA.
JL. Prudhon (Echirolles, France)
10:42-10:48 10 years experience with Dual Mobility cups: analysis of failures.
L. Zagra (Milan, Italy)
10:48–10:54

Isolated mobile PE liner exchange after intra-prothetic dislocation in dual mobility cup – 7 years follow-up.
J. Béjui-Hugues (Latina, Italy)

10:54–11:00

Dual mobility and psoas syndrome.
N. Bonin (Lyon, France)

11:00–11:06

Abductor reconstruction.
R. Sierra (Rochester, MN, USA)

11:06–11:12

Does THA via the direct anterior approach using dual mobility increase leg length discrepancy compared to single mobility?
S. Ishii (Tokyo, Japan)
11:12–11:18

Is there any limit for use of dual mobility in total hip arthroplasty using direct anterior approach?
Y. Homma (Tokyo, Japan)

11:18–11:24

Full-ceramic dual mobility: getting into trouble!
P. Bizot (Paris, France)

  Discussion
12:00–12:45

Industrial Symposium : DEDIENNE SANTÉ
What’s new in Dual Mobility : The Symbol Hemispherical Cup


Company Dedienne Santé profile presentation
Results of 1 year minimum follow-up of a Dual Mobility hemispherical cup: the Symbol. F. Chatain
Dual mobility and its mechanics: advantages and disadvantages of different dual mobility concepts C. Manin, engineer
Trips and pearls to use a Dual Mobility cup in direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty? Why did I choose the Symbol. N. Bonin
Dual Mobility cup positioning : benefit of an hemispheric design. G. Estour

 

12:45–13:30 Lunch break - Visit of the exhibition
 

SESSION 3: DUAL MOBILITY IN PRIMARY THA AND YOUNG PATIENTS

Chairmen: Rafael SIERRA, Jacques BEJUI-HUGUES 

13:30–13:36 Dual mobility in primary THA: a literature review.
H. Rüdiger (Zurich, Switzerland)
13:36–13:42 Analysis of 86 primary implanted THA with dual mobility cup to patients under the age of 65: over 4 years of mean follow-up.
K. Bruynseels (Brussels, Belgium)
13:42–13:48 Performance of dual mobility THA in young (less than 55yo) active of fall easy patients.
T. Kajiwara (Yokohama, Japan)
13:48–13:54 Dual mobility in less than 60-year old patients: a review of 65 cases at 10-year minimal follow-up.
F. Chatain (Grenoble, France)
13:54–14:00 Primary THA: a consecutive series of 310 cups at 12.6 years follow-up.
JL. Delalande (Orleans, France)
14:00–14:06 Excellent long-term survivorship of a dual mobility acetabular system.
O. Bonnard (Roanne, France)
14:06–14:12

Results of dual mobility in primary procedures : The Geneva experience.
D. Hannouche (Geneva, Switzerland)

14:12–14:18 Clinical experience with dual mobility at Chieti University Hospital.
V.Salini, F. Fascione (Chieti, Italy)
14:18–14:24 Interest of dual mobility in the treatment of  femoral neck fracture in elderly patients.
F. Steffan (Echirolles, France)
14:24–14:30 Indications and short-term results of a screwed dual mobility acetabular cup.
JP. Camilleri (Lyon, France)
  Discussion
15:00-15:30 Coffee break - Visit of the exhibition
 

SESSION 4: DUAL MOBILITY IN REVISION

Chairmen: Matthew ABDEL, Olivier GUYEN

15:30-15:38 Dual mobility in revision: data from the Australian and Nordic registries.
S. Brumby (Adelaïde, Australia)
15:38-15:46 The use and experience of Dual Mobility in Canada: limited but growing in popularity.
A. Atrey (Toronto, Canada)
15:46-15:54 Dual mobility or big head in revision THA: is there a winner? A comparative study.
S. Lustig (Lyon, France)
15:54-16:02 Dual-Mobility constructs in revision THA reduced dislocation, re-revision, and reoperation compared to large femoral heads.
M. Abdel (Rochester, USA)
16:02-16:10 Dual mobility cup in revision THA for infection.
O. Borens (Lausanne, Switzerland)
16:10-16:18 The use of dual mobility in revision of failed large diameter MoM implants.
C. Tissot (Lausanne, Switzerland)
16:18-16:26 Conversion of hip hemiarthroplasties to total hip arthroplasty utilizing a dual-mobility construct: excellent short-term outcomes.
M. Abdel (Rochester, USA)
16:26-16:34

Can dual mobility cups prevent dislocation in all situations after revision THA? 
J. Wegrzyn  (Lyon, France)

16:34-16:42 The Burch-Schneider reinforcement cage combined with a dual mobility cup for managing complex acetabular revision arthroplasty in the elderly. 
V. Zottola (Como, Italy)
16:42-16:50 Cemented Dual Mobility into a cage or a fixed cup: a reliable option in THA revision. 
J. Bejui-Hugues (Latina, Italy)
16:50-16:58

Cementing dual mobility in revision THA: the Mayo Clinic experience. 
R. Sierra (Rochester, USA)

16:58-17:06 Modular DM cups: a reliable and versatile solution. 
L. Zagra (Milan, Italy)
  Discussion
17:35-17:45 Conclusion - Congress adjournment
O. Guyen (Lausanne, Switzerland)
   
18:45 Congress Diner

 

SWISS ORTHOPAEDICS CREDITS: 8 points

 

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