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LOWER LIMB 21-M20 AHED - Advanced Health Education Rua Manuel Joaquim Avelar, 118 - Piso 2 2750 - 421 Cascais phone +351 911 191 954 [email protected] >> ahed.pt MEDICAL PRACTICES TECHNICAL CHALLENGES FLAPS
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LOWER LIMB21-M20

AHED - Advanced Health EducationRua Manuel Joaquim Avelar, 118 - Piso 22750 - 421 Cascais

phone +351 911 191 954

[email protected] >> ahed.pt

MEDICAL PRACTICESTECHNICAL CHALLENGES

FLAPS

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Maria Manuel Mouzinho, MDDiogo Casal, MD, PhDDiogo Pais, MD, PhD

COURSE PRESENTATIONWorldwide, there are very few courses on lower limb reconstruction using local, regional and free flaps. This is quite unfortunate, since the lower limbs is often affected by numerous pathologies (trauma, tumors, infections, malformations, auto-immune diseases, etc.) that cause lower limb defects, which require flap reconstruction in order to allow limb salvage, and occasionally life preservation.The aim of this course is to provide a “hands on” cadaveric dissection experience on a wide range of flaps used to reconstruct defects in the various regions of the lower limb. Multiple flaps will be shown to illustrate the reconstruction of bone, tendon, muscle, nerve, vascular and integumentary defects. Both traditional and recently-described flaps will be addressed, providing participants a sound knowledge of current indications and adding multiple options, of various complexity and robustness, to their surgical armamentarium.

The course will be taught in English by a wide range of consultants with a vast experience in lower limb reconstruction. Well in advance of the course start, a comprehensive manual with a description of each flap will be provided to participants.

Learn the current recommendations guiding flap choice for each type of defect of the lower limb.

Understand the anatomy and surgical dissection technique of the most commonly used flaps of the pelvic and lumbar region.

Understand the anatomy and surgical dissection technique of the most commonly used flaps of the thigh.

Understand the anatomy and surgical dissection technique of the most commonly used flaps of the lower leg.

Understand the anatomy and surgical dissection technique of the most commonly used flaps of the foot.

Know the most commonly used access sites to perform vascular anastomoses in free flap insetting in the lower leg.

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ADMISSION CRITERIA> Medical Degree> Short CV

MAX. ATTENDEES> 22

TARGET AUDIENCEPlastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons, General Surgeons, Vascular Surgeons, Dermatological Surgeons and respective trainees

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS100% attendance is mandatory for issuing attendance certificate and CME credits and/or ECTS

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COURSE COORDINATORS >>

LEARNING OBJECTIVES >> KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO DEVELOP

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> Overview of flaps used in lower limb

reconstruction and respective indications.

> Pelvic and lumbar flaps: lumbar perforator

flap (LPF), inferior gluteal artery perforator

flap (IGAP), superior gluteal artery perforator

flap (SGAP), internal pudendal artery flap,

groin flap, iliac crest flap.

> Thigh flaps: anterolateral thigh flap (ALTF),

medial thigh flap, gracillis muscle flap (ATMG),

tensor fascia lata flap (TFL), saphenous flap,

femoral osteochondral flap

> Thigh flaps: Profunda femoris artery

perforator flap (PAP), adductor longus muscle

flap, sartorius muscle flap, rectus femoris

flap.

JUL 17TH

8:30 am - 7:00 pm@ Nova Medical School

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AGENDA

2021 / JULY

JUL 16TH

8:30 am - 7:00 pm@ Nova Medical School

MEDICAL PRACTICESTECHNICAL CHALLENGES

> Lower leg flaps: medial sural artery flap

(MSA), osteocutaneous fibular artery

perforator flap, propeller flap based on fibular

and tibial perforators, gastrocnemius flap,

soleus flap, sural nerve flap, lateral

supramalleolar flap.

> Foot flaps: hallux pulp flap, medial plantar

flap, abductor hallucis muscle flap, fifth toe

abductor flap, second toe free flap, proximal

interphalangeal joint toe flap, dorsalis pedis

flap; extensor digitorum brevis muscle flap.

> Vascular access regions for free flap insetting

in the lower limb.

MEDICAL PRACTICESTECHNICAL CHALLENGES

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> Maria Manuel Mouzinho, MD> Diogo Casal, MD, PhD> Diogo Pais, MD, PhD

CREDITS >> 2 ECTS

- 100 € for courses priced above 1000 €- 50 € for courses priced below equal to 1000 €Application fees are non-refundable.

DURATION >> 16 HOURS

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PRICE >> 1.000 €

INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS IN PRICEThe price published for each course includes teaching fees, space rental, certificate of attendance, and materials used during the course. The price of the course doesn’t include hotel accommodation, lunches, and dinners on course days, nor any other items unless specifically mentioned. Prices of courses published by AHED are exempted of VAT. Other items priced by AHED apart from courses may however include VAT.

APPLICATION, ADMISSION AND REGISTRATIONWhen applying for a course at AHED – Advanced Health Education, the applicant subjects personal and professional data that will be verified and assessed to check that admission criteria for that specific program are met. Once an application is approved, registration in the course is admitted and will require payment of the price published for the course.

APPLICATION FEES Application fees are as follows:

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FACULTY

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Ahed – Advanced Health Education has received certification from DGERT as an education provider for all training programs for health care professionals. Courses, procedures and practices are in accordance with training quality standards.

COURSE REGISTRATION FEESThe registration stage is considered completed when the total price of the course is received by AHED.

PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment options for application and registration include credit card (Visa, MasterCard), wire transfer in Euro, and Multibanco.

EARLY BIRDApplication fees will be discounted from the course price for registrations completed 90 calendar days before the date of the course.

For additional information, please go to in Terms and Conditions at ahed.pt

APPLICATION DEADLINE >> JUL 9TH 2021

INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

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