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Thursday 13 June

Thursday 13 Jun

08:00

Welcome

08:30

GENERAL ASSEMBLY NOF

09:15

Keynote: Osteoarthritis: Where We Are and What Lies Ahead

Kaspar Tootsi, MD, PhD, Estonia

Abstract session 14: Infections in arthroplasty

Rotterdam Hall 1

09:45

14.1 Precision medicine: personalizing antibiotic prophylaxis for hip and knee revision arthroplasty

Koen de Waard

09:52

14.2 Effect of non-contact induction heating on HA coatings and bone cement, an ex vivo study

Robert Kamphof

10:00

14.3 Diagnostic value of preoperative biopsies after a dry tap joint aspiration in prosthetic joint infection diagnosis; a retrospective study

Bart Copier

10:07

14.4 Timing of preoperative intra-articular steroid injections and periprosthetic joint infections in hip arthroplasty; a single center series of 5,909 hip arthroplasties

Ante Prkic

09:45 - 10:15 Green Orthopaedics

Pim van Egmond, MD

Rotterdam Hall 2

09:45 - 10:15 Robotics

Anne Vochteloo, MD, PhD, and Gerald Kraan, MD, PhD

Mees Room 1&2

09:45 - 10:15 Shoulder: pain in the middle aged patient

Prof. em. Ron Diercks, MD, PhD

Penn Room 1&2

10:15 - 10:45 Keynote: The Impact of “Northopedics”

Prof. Daniël Saris, MD, PhD, Orthopaedics Surgeon, USA

Rotterdam Hall 1

Abstract session 15 : Knee AC

Rotterdam Hall 2

10:15

15.1 Lateral Extra-Articular Tenodesis is Associated With an Increased Rate of Subsequent Procedures for Motion Deficit or Cyclops Lesion Following Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Timothy Voskuijl

10:22

15.2 The influence of a treatment algorithm on shared decision making in patients with anterior cruciate ligament rupture – a patient and physician perspective

Floris de Vos

10:30

15.3 Functional performance and proprioception after ACL repair by dynamic intraligamentary stabilization compared to healthy controls in a case-matched study

Sophie Gommers

10:37

15.4 Predicting outcome following non-operative anterior cruciate ligament treatment: A systematic review

Floris de Vos

Abstract session 16: Hip morphology 1

Mees Room 1&2

10:15

16.1 Developing hip morphology based risk prediction models for hip osteoarthritis and evaluating on unseen populations: data of the World COACH consortium

Myrthe van den Berg

10:22

16.2 DXA Images Are a Reliable Alternative to Pelvic Radiographs for Performing Hip Morphology Measurements

Fleur Boel

10:30

16.3 CAM morphology and the risk developing radiographic HIP osteoarthritis within 8 years: an individual participant data meta-analysis from the world coach consortium

Jinchi Tang

10:37

16.4 The different subtypes of CAM morphology as defined by statistical shape modeling and their relationship with the development of HIP osteoarthritis within 10 years follow-up

Jinchi Tang

Abstract session 17: Shoulder arthroplasty

Penn Room 1&2

10:15

17.1 Similar Implant Survival Of Hemiarthroplasty And Total Shoulder Arthroplasty For Treatment Of Atraumatic Avascular Necrosis Of The Humeral Head

Nick Smeitink

10:22

17.2 Quantitative assessment of fatty infiltration in rotator cuff tears

Rianne Oomen

10:30

17.3 Variations in 1-year Trajectories of Levels of Pain and Capability After Shoulder Arthroplasty Are Associated with Baseline Mental Health

Melle Broekman

10:37

17.4 Detailed pain recovery trajectories during the first eight weeks after shoulder arthroplasty

Brechtje Hesseling

10:45

Break

11:15

Keynote: Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Job Doornberg, MD, PhD, The Netherlands

11:45 - 12:15 New technologies 1: 3D

Anne Vochteloo, MD, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

11:45 - 12:30 Acta Orthopaedica session 2: The use of AI in medical writing

Rotterdam Hall 2

Abstract session 18: Knee: patella-femoral joint

Mees Room 1&2

11:45

18.1 The national prevalence of patellar dislocation and trochlea dysplasia: A study from the nationwide Faroese Knee Cohort

Niclas Højgaard Eysturoy

11:52

18.2 Familiar association of Trochlear Dysplasia: A cross-sectional study from the nationwide Faroese Knee Cohort

Niclas Højgaard Eysturoy

12:00

18.3 Patellar Dislocation and Trochlear Dysplasia impact quality of life: Reference patient-reported outcome measurement data from the nationwide Faroese Knee Cohort.

Niclas Højgaard Eysturoy

12:07

18.4 Long-term outcomes of medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction (MPFLR) vs. proximal realignment procedures (PRP) in treating patellar instability of adolescents

Maija Jääskelä

11:45 - 12:15 Research Methodologies

Prof. Rudolf Poolman, MD, PhD and Dirk ter Meulen, MD

Penn Room 1&2

12:15 - 12:45 New technologies 2: patient journey

Prof. Richard Goossens, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

Abstract session 19: Green orthopaedics

Rotterdam Hall 2

12:30

19.1 Reducing our carbon footprint by using reusable navigation in RTSA. First study comparing the accuracy of freehand navigation with reusable navigation.

Freek Hollman

12:37

19.2 Optimization of surgical instrument trays for reversed shoulder arthroplasty to reduce environmental impact.

Isabella Klarenbeek

Abstract session 20: Knee UKA

Mees Room 1&2

12:15

20.1 Learning from the past – a radiographic analysis of 98 cases to identify potentially avoidable unicompartmental knee arthroplasty revisions

Alexander Hoorntje

12:22

20.2 A Comprehensive Study on Periprosthetic Tibial Fractures Following Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty: Incidence, Treatment Modalities, and Clinical Outcomes.

Hendrik de Raadt

12:30

20.3 Registry Analysis of Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty Revisions: The relation between revision rates, reason for revision and hospital characteristics.

Hendrik de Raadt

12:37

20.4 Migration in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty with the Persona® Partial Knee: a radiostereometric study with 5 years of follow-up

Jantsje Pasma

Abstract session 21: Infections periprosthetic

Penn Room 1&2

12:15

21.1 Validation of the incidence of reported periprosthetic joint infections in total hip and knee arthroplasty in the Dutch Arthroplasty Register

Mirthe van Veghel

12:22

21.2 "Periprosthetic joint infection after primary total knee arthroplasty with or without antibiotic bone cement: A meta-analysis based on international joint registry data. "

Tesfaye Leta

12:30

21.3 Prolonged wound leakage after joint arthroplasty – a nationwide study into the best treatment

Joyce Vrijsen

12:37

21.4 Plasma Calprotectin Versus Conventional Infection Biomarkers In Hip Fracture Patients – A Prospective Cohort Study

Cecilia Rogmark

12:45

Lunch

13:45

Keynote: Register Based randomised studies

Prof. Nils Hailer, PhD, Sweden

14:15 - 14:45 Registries-LROI-NOF

Prof. Rob Nelissen, MD, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

14:15 - 14:45 Diversity in orthopedics

Max Reijman, PhD, Margot van der Grinten, MD and Prof. Denise Eygendaal, MD, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 2

14:15 - 14:45 Sports injuries

Guus Reurink, MD, PhD

Mees Room 1&2

Abstract session 22: AI in orthopedics

Penn Room 1&2

14:15

22.1 Safety of Cervical Pedicle Screw Navigation based on AI-generated, MRI-based Synthetic-CT versus CT

Peter Lafranca

14:22

22.2 Can a Large Language Model-based Chatbot avoid potential Misinformation related to questions about Upper Extremity Conditions?

Koen Oude Nijhuis

14:30

22.3 Are Lower Limb Alignment Measurements in Long Leg Radiographs Performed by AI Product Reliable?

Shima Gholinezhad

14:37

22.4 "Artificial Neural Networks Outperform Linear Regression In Estimating 9-Month Patient-Reported Outcomes Following Upper Extremity Fractures With Increasing Number Of Variables"

Niels Brinkman

14:45 - 15:15 Registries-NOF debate

Nils Hailer, PhD, and Prof. Rob Nelissen, MD, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

Poster Talk Session

Rotterdam Hall 2

14:45

P01 The influence of pore size and geometry on bone formation in a caprine iliac crest critically sized defect model

Anneli Duits

14:48

P02 Arterial stiffness after total joint arthroplasty: results from the CAMERA study

Kaspar Tootsi

14:51

P03 Virtual Reality reduces anxiety of children in the plaster room: A Randomised Controlled Trial

Maximiliaan Poppelaars

14:54

P04 Abnormal Growth Plate Development in an Ovine Model of Chorioamnionitis

Florence Vandenberghe

14:57

P05 Risk factors for falling in patients with hip hemiarthroplasty after acute femoral neck fracture

Lisa Berghorst

15:00

P06 Can spinopelvic characteristics discriminate between asymptomatic volunteers and young adults with hip pain?

Jeroen Verhaegen

15:03

P07 Beyond the Procedure of a recalled implant: Patients´experiences of ASR hip implant revision

Christian Bitar

15:06

P08 Discontinuing the recommendation of hip precautions does not increase the risk of early dislocation after total hip arthroplasty: Study from the Danish Hip Arthroplasty Register

Afrim Iljazi

15:09

P09 Prevalence and impact of kinesiophobia in adolescents and young adults one year after ACL reconstruction

Robin Voskuilen

15:12

P10 The influence of knee morphology on the risk of ACL injury in skeletally immature patients – a systematic review

Robin Voskuilen

14:45 - 15:15 Acetabular Offset in Primary THA: Importance and Clinical Implications

Geert Meermans, MD

Mees Room 1&2

Abstract session 23: Ankle/foot

Penn Room 1&2

14:45

23.1 Effectiveness of three stretching orthoses to treat fasciitis plantaris: a randomized controlled trial

Jantsje Pasma

14:52

23.2 Early progressive resistance exercises for treatment of acute Achilles tendon rupture - a randomized controlled trial with 12 months follow-up

Marianne Christensen

15:00

23.3 Talar OsteoPeriostic grafting from the Iliac Crest (TOPIC): 2-year Results of a Novel Press-fit Surgical Treatment for Large Talar Osteochondral Lesions

Jari Dahmen

15:07

23.4 10-Year Survival Rate of 82% Following 262 Cases of Arthroscopic Bone Marrow Stimulation for Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus

Quinten Rikken

15:15

Break

15:45

Keynote: Infections following joint replacements

Anna Stefansdottir, MD, Sweden

16:15 - 16:45 DARTBAC infections materials

Prof. Harrie Weinans, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

16:15 - 16:45 Research consortia in NOF: CORE

Nina Mathijssen, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 2

Abstract session 24: Trauma lower extremity fractures

Mees Room 1&2

16:15

24.1 Effectiveness of fascia iliaca compartment block for preoperative pain relief in patients with intracapsular or extracapsular hip fractures

Elke Stenvers

16:22

24.2 Short and long-term complications after operatively treated ankle fractures – a 23-year registry study in Finland

Ville Happonen

16:37

24.4 Variations in postoperative weight bearing protocols after tibial plateau fractures

Andreas Saine Granlund

Abstract session 25: Hip/spine

Penn Room 1&2

16:15

25.1 Prospective Evaluation of Hip-Spine Dynamics in Patients with a Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty Dislocation: a matched case-control study

Christin Trostel

16:22

25.2 Spine Stiffness Leads to High Pelvic Mobility – Uncoupling Native Mechanics and Explaining Why Patients with Stiff Spines Have Increased Dislocation-Risk

Jeroen Verhaegen

16:30

25.3 Achieving Cup Target as per Spinopelvic Assessment is associated with improved THA outcome - A prospective, multi-center study

Jeroen Verhaegen

16:37

25.4 A finite element analysis of the mechanical effects of cup inclination and anteversion angle on the bearing surface in total hip arthroplasty

Roop Bhushan Kalia

17:00

General assembly NOV

19:00

Eat, Meet & dance

JACK Restaurant