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STUDY DAY ON MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA - RAWALPINDI AUGUST 9, 2010

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    The Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Margalla Institute of Health Sciences / Margalla College of Dentistry, Rawalpindi is pleased to announce the
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      The Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Margalla Institute of Health Sciences / Margalla College of Dentistry, Rawalpindi is pleased to announce the holding of a study day on maxillofacial trauma.

       

      Date, Time & Venue:

      Margalla Institute of Health Sciences, Quaid e Azam avenue, Gulrez Scheme III, opposite Bahria Town gate, Rawalpindi. Tel: (051)559 6907, 559 6908


      Monday, 9th August 2010

      0900 hours – 1700 hours (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

       

      Who should attend / Target audience:

      All clinicians involved in the care of patient with maxillofacial trauma. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Plastic Surgeons, ENT Surgeons; Specialty Trainees and graduates willing to pursue a career in maxillofacial surgery.

       

      We are specifically targeting an audience from Islamabad-Rawalpindi and Peshawar-KPK regions; most of the speakers come from these areas. However, anyone interested from any geographical location is welcome.

       

      Attendance fee:

      Rs. 1000 for consultants/specialists

      Rs. 500 for residents/medical officers/house officers

      (Includes passes for 1 lunch & 2 tea sessions)

       

      In case of any query, please contact:

      Dr. Adnan Aslam; Coordinator. 0300.426 0234

       

       COURSE OUTLINE:


       

      STUDY DAY ON MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA

      Maxillofacial trauma continues to affect thousands of individuals all over the world. A thorough evaluation and management is important to prevent debilitating complications and preserve all forms of function and aesthetics concerned with the maxillofacial region.

       

      Sponsored by:

      Free Line International Pvt. Ltd. Deals in reasonably priced maxillofacial osteosynthesis products. Full range of mini, micro and reconstruction plating systems and other maxillofacial surgery internal fixation products. Mr. Adeel Siddiqui; 0345.518 3832

       

      Program outline:

      The study day is divided into three major sessions; with sub sessions concentrating on particular areas of maxillofacial trauma. Each of the topic will be presented in the form of a 10-15 minutes presentation by a speaker, and an interactive/Q&A session is planned at the end of each sub-session.

       

      Following topics will be covered:

      Maxillofacial Trauma: General management overview

      Anaesthesia considerations in maxillofacial trauma

      The contemporary role of Radiology in maxillofacial trauma

      Current concepts in management of dentoalveolar trauma

      Reduction techniques for mandibular fractures: Current means of obtaining occlusion: IMF vs. hand-holding

      Osteosynthesis materials & systems

      Fixation techniques for mandibular fractures: Are Champy’s principles absolute?

      Closed vs. open reduction for condylar fractures

      Surgical approaches to the mandibular condyle

      Le Fort lines of fracture: Are they relevant today?

      Reduction techniques for zygomatic fractures. Which comes when?

      Zygomatic fractures. When to fix and where?

      Applied anatomy of the orbit. The recipe for safe dissection

      Surgical approaches to the orbit

      Orbital reconstruction: Pearls & pitfalls

      Post traumatic enophthalmos & hypoglobus: Evaluation & management strategies

      All about traumatic telecanthus. Is perfection possible?

      Frontal sinus fractures: Current treatment protocol

      Beauty is not skin deep: Tackling post-traumatic soft tissue and composite defects of the face

      Panfacial injuries. How to sequence them right?

      Management of posttraumatic facial deformity

      Prosthetic rehabilitation of posttraumatic facial deformity patient

      Penetrating injuries to the head and neck. Primary vs. secondary repair

      Foreign bodies in the maxillofacial region

      Resorbable plates. Application in pediatric mandibular fractures


       


       
       
       

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