MicroPort Orthopedics


Moving Total Knees to the ASC: Rapid Recovery Protocols and Achieving Post-Op Predictability

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Joseph Assini

OrthoOne at Swedish Medical

ASC Total Knee Replacements

Ritesh Shah

Illinois Bone and Joint Institute (IBJI)

Requirements for Moving TKA’s to the ASC and Rapid Recovery Protocols

David Backstein

University of Toronto, Division of Orthopedic Surgery

Achieving Post-Op Predictability through Medial-Stability

This moderated seminar will focus on safe adoption of rapid recovery protocols and processes for TKAs in the ASC setting, as well as considerations for the surgeon, anesthesia team, staff, and facility.

Additionally, the seminar will focus on the importance of postop predictability, the role of a medially-stable TKR in driving patient satisfaction and recovery, and case reviews and technique recommendations.


  • Joseph Assini

    OrthoOne at Swedish Medical

  • Ritesh Shah

    Illinois Bone and Joint Institute (IBJI)

  • David Backstein

    University of Toronto, Division of Orthopedic Surgery

Release: 07/31/2019

Expiration: 08/01/2019

Location: Online

Credits: This lecture qualifies for 0 CME credit hours.

Cost: $0.0

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