An Evidence-Based Update on Closed Incision Negative Pressure Therapy for High-Risk Orthopedic Incisions

presented by 3M+KCI

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John Cooper

Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery
Division of Hip & Knee Reconstruction
Columbia University Medical Center

Analysis of key clinical studies and case study presentation

Dr. John Cooper will provide an analysis of key clinical studies and data that support the use of PREVENA™ Incision Management System on a variety of high risk orthopedic incisions.

He will go on to discuss his case experiences with high-risk primary surgeries (total hip/total knee amputations), revision surgeries (gastrocnemius flap for infected TKA) and trauma surgeries (periprosthetic femur fracture).

Release: 03/21/2018

Expiration: 03/22/2018

Location: Online

Credits: This lecture qualifies for 0 CME credit hours.

Cost: $0.0

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