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Wednesday 12 June

Wednesday 12 Jun

09:00

Registration

10:00

Keynote: 'There is more to the groin than the hip'

Prof. Per Hölmich, MD, PhD, Chief Surgeon, Denmark

Main Auditorium

Abstract session 01: Hip dysplasia

Rotterdam Hall 1

10:30

01.1 The 10-year revision-free survival of total hip arthroplasty in patients with hip dysplasia is comparable to that of a total hip arthroplasty for osteoarthritis.

Bart van der Wal

10:37

01.2 Point of care pubo-femoral distance ultrasound outperforms traditional selective screening for hip dysplasia

Hans-Christen Husum

10:45

01.3 Spontaneous recovery in the vast majority of stable dysplastic hips

Wesley Theunissen

10:52

01.4 What is the value of a hip-specific MRI in the management of patients with hip dysplasia undergoing combined hip arthroscopy and PAO? A multi-center trial.

Jeroen Verhaegen

Abstract session 02: Miscellaneous 2

Rotterdam Hall 2

10:30

02.1 Video review by orthopaedic surgeons to explore the willingness-to-randomize young patients with meniscal tear for repair vs resection

Barbara Snoeker

10:37

02.2 Patient experiences with information, communication and shared decision making when deciding amputation level – a national cross-sectional study

Ane Simony

10:45

02.3 Surgical versus Nonsurgical treatment of rotator cuff tears. Why we should fix it.

Freek Hollman

10:52

02.4 Risk Factors for Failure of the Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedure: a Retrospective Analysis.

Stijn Linders

Abstract session 03: Knee osteotomy

Mees Room 1&2

10:30

03.1 Radiographic assessment of bone union in osteotomies around the knee: A systematic review

Eva Bax

10:37

03.2 Hinge Position Dominance Over Osteotomy Inclination in Medial Open-Wedge High Tibial Osteotomy: A Key Factor in Posterior Tibial Slope Changes

Eva Bax

10:45

03.3 Integrating Modifiers for Enhanced Bone Union Assessment in Osteotomies around the Knee: A Novel classification system

Eva Bax

10:52

03.4 Brace or osteotomy for young patients with medial knee osteoarthritis? An RCT

Mark Stam

Abstract session 04: Spinal fusion

Penn Room 1&2

10:30

04.1 Efficacy of a microporous biphasic ceramic versus autograft in instrumented posterolateral spinal fusion: a multicenter randomized controlled trial with intrapatient design

Hilde Stempels

10:37

04.2 First-in-Human Results of An Implantable Anesthetic in Spine Fixation Surgery: Sustained Non-Opioid Local Pain Relief for Enhanced Recovery

Hein Jonkman

10:45

04.3 "Etiology based non-surgical correction of adolescent spinal deformities by Thoracolumbar Lordotic Intervention. Targetting the discs in bracecorrection scoliosis and kyphosis."

Piet Van Loon

10:52

04.4 Image-based spinal interbody fusion assessment: A systematic review on the use, reliability and accuracy of current assessment methods

Anneli Duits

11:00

Break

11:30

Keynote: Hip OA development

Associate Prof. Rintje Agricola, MD, PhD, The Netherlands

Main Auditorium

12:00 - 12:30 Volume based vs competency based

Koen Bos, MD, PhD

Rotterdam Hall 1

Abstract session 05: Pediatric Orthopaedics 1

Rotterdam Hall 2

12:00

05.1 "Outcomes and outcome measurement instruments in lower-limb lengthening surgery research: A scoping review to inform core outcome set development"

Ali Yalcinkaya

12:07

05.2 Is percutaneous epiphysiodesis more effective in the treatment of for leg-length discrepancy (LLD) compared to the Phemister technique? A systematic review of current literature.

Maria Tirta

12:15

05.3 A systematic review of staples, tension-band plates and percutaneous epiphysiodesis screws for leg-length discrepancy (LLD) treatment.

Maria Tirta

12:22

05.4 Treatment of osteochondritis dissecans of the talus in children by joint-sparing MRI-guided retrograde percutaneous drilling; a pioneering study

Jaakko Sinikumpu

Abstract session 06: TKA and THA 1

Mees Room 1&2

12:00

06.1 Preoperative opioid use and its association with poor postoperative outcomes after total knee and hip arthroplasty

Maaike Gademan

12:07

06.2 Follow-up after total hip and total knee arthroplasty: insight in the needs of patients

Jantsje Pasma

12:15

06.3 Study protocol for the DISTINCT trial: inDividual, targeted thrombosIS prophylaxis versus the standard ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach in patients undergoing Total hIp or total kNee replacement

Ruben Kok

12:22

06.4 Socio-economic, patient, and hospital determinants for the utilization of peripheral nerve blocks in total joint arthroplasty – a United States experience

Joshua Bonsel

Abstract session 07: Basic Science

Penn Room 1&2

12:00

07.1 A novel plate design for rotational guided growth. An experimental study in immature porcine femurs.

Ahmed Halloum

12:07

07.2 Nutritional nanoparticle enabled preservation of bone autograft viability

Melvin Gurian

12:15

07.3 IL-1 mediated immune-stromal cross-talk as one of the key drivers of inflammation in frozen shoulder

Hamez Gacaferi

12:22

07.4 Proteomic characterization of regenerated cartilage after knee joint distraction, a human case-study

Jessica Steijns

12:30

Lunch

Exhibition

13:30

Incoming speech: “The future of orthopedics: the Dutch view”

Jacob Caron, MD, incoming president of the Netherlands Orthopaedic Association (NOV)

14:15

Debate

14:45

Break

15:15

Keynote: Degenerative Spinal Disorders

Associate Prof. Freyr Gauti Sigmundsson, MD, PhD, Iceland

Main Auditorium

Abstract session 08: Spinal decompression and scoliosis

Rotterdam Hall 1

15:45

08.1 Degenerative spinal diseases in young patients: mid-term outcome of lumbar spinal decompression and fusion

Jolien van Haasteren

15:52

08.2 "Unhealthy postures (sagittal profiles) and serious (neuro-)muscular tightness in Dutch youth. A result of discongruent Osteoneural Growth Relations. "

Piet Van Loon

16:00

08.3 Radiation-free assessment of the 3D morphology of the adolescent scoliotic spine: a feasibility study in synthetic CT

Peter Lafranca

16:07

08.4 A Multipurpose Scoliosis-Specific, Short MRI Protocol: Feasibility Study in Volunteers

Peter Lafranca

15:45 - 16:30 Acta Orthopaedica session 1: Challenges in getting your research published - How to avoid too many rejection?

Rotterdam Hall 2

Abstract session 09: Hand/wrist

Mees Room 1&2

15:45

09.1 The contact frequency for the thumb-base joint in the maximum circumduction with 4DCT

Gerald Kraan

15:52

09.2 Preliminary Results of the Accuracy of CT-RSA compared to MBRSA of the CapFlex PIP Prosthesis: migration measurements in an anatomic specimen study

Rianne Oomen

16:00

09.3 The role of diagnostic wrist arthroscopy in suspected scapholunate ligament injury

Lyse Van Wijk

16:07

09.4 3D CT Measurements Demonstrate Ulnar Length Differences in Patients with a Distal Radius Malunion

Camiel Smees

Abstract session 10: Trauma general

Penn Room 1&2

15:45

10.1 "Objective assessment of alcohol consumption in elderly individuals with fall-related fractures indicates a high rate of hazardous consumption - An observational cross-sectional study "

Cecilia Rogmark

15:52

10.2 Research priorities for the management of major trauma: an international priority setting partnership with the James Lind Alliance.

Hamez Gacaferi

16:00

10.3 A cardiac biomarker, NT-proBNP, as tool for better diagnosis of heart disease at admission due to a fracture

Cecilia Rogmark

16:07

10.4 Life after Trauma: Relationship between physical, psychological, and social role complaints during the first two years post-injury

Ruth Geuze

Abstract session 11: Scoliosis

Rotterdam Hall 1

16:15

11.1 A comparison of the adult and youth version of the EQ-5D-5L in adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis

Joshua Bonsel

16:22

11.2 The Safety and Accuracy of Radiation-Free Spinal Navigation using an Ultrashort, Scoliosis-Specific BoneMRI-Protocol compared to CT

Peter Lafranca

16:30

11.3 Surgical Treatment of Neuromuscular Early Onset Scoliosis with a Bilateral Posterior One-Way Rod Compared to the Spring Distraction System: a Randomized Controlled Trial.

Casper Tabeling

16:37

11.4 Minimally invasive bipolar fixation for neuromuscular scoliosis. The Dutch experience from 2017 to the present.

Joost Fikkers

Abstract session 12: Bone tumor

Rotterdam Hall 2

16:30

12.1 Bone cement implantation syndrome in patients surgically treated with cemented endoprostheses due to metastatic bone disease in the femur - combined change of protocol

Thea Ladegaard

16:37

12.2 Isolated Regional Lymph Node Involvement is Linked to Poor Survivorship in High-Grade Appendicular Bone Sarcoma

Lotte van der Linden

16:15 - 16:45 Exams: EHBS EBOT SECEC

Tjarco Alta, MD, PhD, and Gerald Kraan, MD, PhD

Mees Room 1&2

Abstract session 13: Miscellaneous 1

Penn Room 1&2

16:15

13.1 Team-based Digital Communication Reduced Patient-Initiated Phone Calls to the Hospital After Orthopaedic Surgery and Improved Patient Satisfaction: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Lili Worre H. Jensen

16:22

13.2 Halved admission time and satisfied patients following minor orthopedic surgeries using Procedural Sedation Analgesia (PSA): a prospective cohort study

Kirsten Boerma

16:30

13.3 Patient safety system in the OR of the future – digitalizing critical routines, real time surveillance of air quality and feedback to the OR team

Johan Nordenadler

16:37

13.4 Prioritizing evidence uncertainties for the national health research agenda in orthopedics: expert consensus based on a modified DELPHI study and a focus group

Annabelle Iken

16:45

OPENING & RECEPTION