ПРЕДВАРИТЕЛЬНАЯ ПРОГРАММА

Thursday 16.04.2015

10.00
12.00

Cross-sectoral and Cross-border Healthcare Debate. “Risks and Opportunities”.
  • International experts and practitioners. Prof. Axel Ekkernkamp, Prof. Jacek Kaczmarczyk, Prof. Marek Zygmunt Greiswald, Dr Gernot Felmet, Dr Frank Hoffmann, Dr Thomas Funk, Wojciech Włodarski, Gottfried Hain, Joanna Józefiak, Katarzyna Fortak – Karasińska

13.30

Opening Ceremony of ESBOS

Jacek Kaczmarczyk, Elizaveta Kon

Session I
14.00
15.30

Biomaterials in General.
  • Multiple intramedullar microinjections of the cells denied from olfactory bulb in the treatment of the injured cervical spinal cord.Wojciech Maksymowicz / Poland
  • Stem cells injection for OA treatment – a possibility? Elizaveta KON / Italy
  • An injectable Calcium Sulphate / Hydroxyapatite bone graft substitute: from the work bench to clinical application? Michael Diefenbeck / Germany

Session II
16.00
18.30

Stem Cells / PRP.
  • Autologous therapies in tendinopathy: basic science.Miguel Ruiz Ibán / Spain
  • PRP and cell therapies in upper limb orthopaedics: applications and evidence based recommendations. Przemysław Lubiatowski, Joanna Wałecka / Poland
  • PRP and cell therapies in lower limb orthopaedics: applications and evidence based recommendations. Maciej Pawlak, Dominik Sojak / Poland
  • Choice of PRP systems and optimal preparation based on basic science. E. Kotwicka, A. Śliwa, Małgorzata Kotwicka / Poland
  • PRP in rotatator cuff repairJoanna Wałecka, Ofer Levy, Przemysław Lubiatowski / Poland / United Kingdom
  • CD 34 positive stem cells in the treatment of sport injury and other locomotion system diseases and injuries.Marek Krochmalski / Poland

18.30
20.00

Welcome reception

Friday 17.04.2015
HALL I

Session I
8.30
10.30

Biomaterials in ACL Reconstruction.
  • Anatomical Double Bundle Ribbon like ACL Reconstruction. Robert Śmigielski / Poland
  • Biological and Anatomical Material free ACL-DB-Reconstruction – 20 Years Experience. Gernot Felmet / Germany
  • Z-Lig BT+ for ACL Reconstruction. Willem van der Merwe / South Africa
  • Healing of torn ACL with LARS internal fixation – 13 years’ experience. Giuliano Cerulli / Italy
  • Clinical Experience Using Eccentric Loading in Early ACL Rehabilitation. Willem van der Merwe / South Africa
  • Reconstruction of the ACL using Neoligaments JewelACL – Synthetic ligament – report on a new technique. Klaudiusz Kosowski / Poland
  • ACL revisions, why we fail, how to manage the problem Łukasz Luboiński / Poland

Session II
11.00
12.30

Save the Meniscus.
  • Save the meniscus – options and possibilities. Mathias Steinwachs / Switzerland
  • Indications and limits of meniscal allografts. Rene Verdonk / Belgium
  • Collagen meniscus reconstructions. Dirk Holsten / Germany
  • Meniscal scaffold–Our clinical experience of 40 patients at five years. Rene Verdonk / Belgium
  • Complex meniscus tears treated with collagen matrix wrapping and bone marrow blood Injection. Tomasz Piontek / Poland

Session III
14.00
15.30

Biomaterials in Cartilage Regeneration and Repair (part I)
  • Medical Treatment of the Arthritic knee. Gernot Felmet / Germany
  • Mid and long term results of the AMIC technique in the knee. Tomasz Piontek / Poland
  • Standardized stem cell therapies for cartilage repair. Peter Behrens / Germany
  • Cartilage resurfacing with woven carbon fiber rods; a deep drilling concept. Mats Brittberg / Sweden
  • Ostechondral defects in the knee – possible ways of treatment. Elizaveta Kon / Itlay
  • Chondrectomy before biomaterials implantation – are we accurate enough. Bogusław Sadlik / Poland

Session IV
16.00
18.30

Biomaterials in Cartilage Regeneration and Repair (part II)
  • Role of hyaluronan based matrix with BMAC in cartilage regeneration. Alberto Gobbi / Italy
  • Primary chondrocytes and bone marrow cells on a 3D printed scaffold: 2-year results of a prospective, multicenter clinical trial in patients with cartilage defects of the knee. Konrad Słynarski / Poland
  • BST-CarGel® Treatment maintains cartilage repair superiority over Microfracture at 5 years in a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Mathias Steinwachs / Switzerland
  • Innovative Arthroscopic Cartilage Regeneration. Ulrich Schneider / Germany
  • Repair of cartilage defects – from Orthobiology to resurfacing. Peter Behrens / Germany
  • Care, rehabilitation and return to sport after articular cartilage repair. Wojciech Widuchowski / Poland

Friday 17.04.2015
HALL II

Session I
8.30
10.30

Shoulder- Rotator Cuff Scaffolds and Biological Reconstruction.
  • Rotator cuff augmentation with scaffolds- basic research background. Giuseppe Peretti / Italy
  • Experimental reconstruction of rotator cuff. M. Bręborowicz, Przemysław Lubiatowski / Poland
  • Rotator cuff augmentation with scaffolds- clinical application. Scott Trenhaile / USA
  • Rationale for choice of biodegradable scaffold for RC repair. Alex Castagna / Italy
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff reconstruction with textile patch and PRP. Ofer Levy / United Kingdom
  • What are my expectations for biomaterials in shoulder surgery? Roman Brzóska / Poland

Session II
11.00
12.30

Bone Healing / Trauma / F&A.
  • Bone Healing – biological and biomechanical aspects. Szymon Dragan / Poland
  • 10 years usage of bone morphogenetic protein in treatment of delayed unions of long bones. Matthias Georg Kumor, Lothar Pohl, Frank Hoffmann / Germany
  • Nanomaterials based on carbon for application in biomedicine. Michael Giersig / Germany
  • Treatment of uni- & multicameral benign bone cysts. Jacek Kaczmarczyk / Poland
  • Three dimensional scaffold in Talus. Francesca Vannini / Italy
  • Surgical technique and clinical results of AMIC in the Talus. Martin Wiewiorski / Switzerland
  • Bone healing process – use of osteoinductive, bioactive, resorbable materials. Malin Nilsson

Session III
14.00
15.30

Spine ( part I )
  • Dedicated Spinal Endoscopy – safe endoscopic approach to lumbar spine with 100% visualization. Zbiggy Brodzinsky / Emirates
  • Anatomical restoration of vertebral body height in vertebral comparison fractures of young bone with the use of MIS titanium support and bioresorbable HA high viscosity cement. Łukasz Terenowski, Paweł Jarmużek, Wojciech Kloc, Antoni Świrkowicz, Stanisław Adamski / Poland
  • New concepts and solutions in treating spinal deformities in children and adolescents. Maciej Tęsiorowski, Tomasz Potaczek / Poland
  • 3D global posture assessment with micro dose imaging system. Jörg Franke / Germany

Session IV
16.00
18.30

Spine ( part II )
  • Searching of new possibilities regeneration of lumbar discs with using mesenchymal stem cells. Monika Barczewska / Poland
  • Collagen sponge with fibrin glue role in treating the harmed dura in spine surgery. Mirosław Niedbała, Wojciech Kloc / Poland
  • Bioresorbable bone cement in treating vertebral compression fractures. Wojciech Wasilewski / Poland
  • Analysis of cement leakage during vertebroplasty procedures. Wojciech Kloc, Olaf Pierzak / Poland
  • Allogenic vs. autologous cancellous bone in lumbar segmental spondylodesis – a randomized prospective study. Eike Hoff, Patrick Strube, Carsten Perka / Germany

Saturday 18.04.2015
HALL I

Session I
9.30
11.00

Infections in Orthopaedics.
  • Microbial biofilms are able to destroy HA in the absence of host immunity in Vitro. Feliks Adam Junka / Poland
  • Does implant coating with antibacterial-loaded hydrogel reduce bacterial colonization and biofilm formation in vitro? Carlo Romano / Italy
  • Injectable, Gentamicin eluting Calcium Sulphate / Hydroxyapatite bone graft substitute Michael Diefenbeck / Germany
  • Twelve-month follow-up Of Cerament™ with Gentamicin. Michael Diefenbeck / Germany