AOTrauma Masters Course—Acetabular and Pelvic Fracture Management
Moscow, Russian Federation
07 Jun 2017 - 09 Jun 2017
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Goal of the course

The AOTrauma Course—Acetabular and Pelvic Fracture Management aims to convey to experienced participants an understanding of the initial evaluation, stabilization, and definitive treatment of patients with fractures and dislocations of the pelvic ring, acetabulum, or both. The AO Principles as well as the latest techniques and up-to-date evidence will be incorporated into the course, guiding participants in developing the knowledge and skills needed to treat these injuries and improve patient outcomes.

Target participants

Participants must be fully trained orthopedic and/or trauma surgeons with subspecialty interest in the treatment of pelvic and acetabular fractures. They must have already completed the AOTrauma Courses—Principles in Operative Fracture Management.


Surgeons participating in this course will learn how to address the severely injured patient in an emergency situation. They will learn how to evaluate, diagnose, and classify pelvic ring and acetabular injuries, and determine appropriate timing and indications for interventions. They will be able to apply knowledge in choosing how to surgically approach specific injuries and how to definitively reconstruct complex fractures. The course will be taught in two modules. The first dedicated to pelvic injuries and the second to acetabular fractures. Lectures will cover the key information required and will provide a foundation of information regarding surgical fixation techniques. At the anatomical specimen laboratories participants are trained in the application of different techniques and approaches. All concepts are expanded and reinforced in group discussions emphasizing diagnosis, evaluation, indications, decision-making processes, complications, and treatment modalities.

Demonstrate appropriate decision-making strategies;
Apply different emergency stabilization techniques;
Assess pelvic fractures as part of a complex injury;
Classify pelvic and acetabular injuries and apply the implications of classification;
Define key elements in the initial evaluation of pelvic and acetabular fractures;
Describe the bony, ligamentous, and neurovascular anatomy of the pelvis;
Select the appropriate approach to perform adequate exposure for the patterns of injures
Andrey Mironov  (Chairperson)
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Type AOTrauma
Level Masters
Region Europe and Southern Africa
Language(s) Russian, English
Scope Regional
Academic status Non peer reviewed
Content Artificial bone practicals, Cadaver practicals, Discussion groups, Lectures
This course is only available to members of AOTrauma. Non-members and associates CANNOT register.
For participants fromEurope and Southern Africa
Registration start20 Feb 2017
Closing date06 Jun 2017
Available places5
Cancellation policy50% until 30 days before the event. No refund thereafter
Swiss Francs 1800.00 CHF
Payment options and information
If you cannot pay via credit card you have the possibility to request an invoice. Please note that we will charge you a 10% handling fee in addition to the participant fee. Please contact therefore your Local Event Organizer and indicate the official invoice address of the paying person or entity as well as a respective email address the invoice has to be sent to.

В том случае, если у Вас нет возможности оплатить счет картой, то Вы можете запросить счет на оплату. Обращаем Ваше внимание, что в этом случае будет взиматься дополнительный сбор в размере 10% от стоимости регистрационного взноса.

Для выставления счета Вам необходимо связаться с организаторами Курса (контактная инфомация ниже) и предоставить следующие данные: ФИО/название организации плательщика и юридический адрес, а также адрес электронной почты, на который будет направлен счет.
Included services
Course bag
Course dinner
Course materials
Ms Alina Ignatieva
Russian Federation
Ms Marina Mironova
Krylatskaya str.17, bld 3
Russian Federation
Training Center of innovative medical technologies  RNRMU
Ostrovityanov str. 1,
Moscow, Russia, 117997

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DePuy Synthes; Siemens Healthineers; Synbone