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The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine constantly provides students, all the way from undergraduate to established staff the opportunity and resources to participate in many of the Orthopedic Surgery and Sports medicine podium presentations throughout the country and the World.
Orthopaedic resident Nihar Shah MD presented the following at the Orthopaedic Trauma Association 2022 Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida on October 14th:
N.S. Shah, H. Sagi, M. Archdeacon, J. Agel, R. Matar, R. Firoozabadi. Thromboelastography as a Marker for Heritable Thrombophilia and Increased Risk of Venous Thromboembolism After Pelvic Fracture
Dr. Anthony Guanciale presented the following at the North American Spine Society 37th Annual Meeting, October 12-15,2022:
Differences in Survivorship Between Elderly Patients with Odontoid and Hip Fractures: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Jorge Figueras, BS; Kristina Casos, BS; Troy Holden, BS; Nihar Shah, MD; Cameron Thomson, MD; Anthony Guanciale, MD
Pictured are Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Zach Crawford MD (left) and Anthony Guanciale MD (right) at the NASS meeting.
The 27th Annual D. J. Frank, Jr., MD Memorial Lectureship and Thesis Day was held on Saturday, May 14. Dr. DJ Frank was a UC Orthopaedic Surgery Residency graduate who tragically died just two years into practice. He is remembered still today for his genuine compassion for patients. His family established this memorial lectureship in his memory.
Kristy Weber, MD, FACS, FAAOS, Professor and Vice-Chair of Faculty Affairs, Abramson Family Professor in Sarcoma Excellence, University of Pennsylvania Department of Orthopaedic Surgery was the guest speaker. Dr. Weber is the first female to hold the prestigious position of President of the Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Weber presented “Culture Change in Orthopaedics: The Time is Now!”
Thesis presentations were given by fourth year residents and the current post doc fellow (in bold below):
The Effect of Interlocking Screw Design and Location of on the Incidence of Painful Interlocking Screw Removal After IM Rodding of Femur and Tibia Fractures. Jamal Fitts MD, Robert Matar MD, Nihar Shah MD, Michael Beltran MD, Henry Sagi MD
Long-term Determination of Risk Factors for Spontaneous Fusion in Growing Constructs for Early Onset Scoliosis. Bryan Menapace MD, Lindsay Schultz, Nichole Leitsinger, Viral Jain MD, Peter Sturm MD
Interscalene Block versus Periarticular Liposomal Bupivacaine for Pain Control Following Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Randomized Trial. Adam Schumaier MD, Michael Kloby MS, Kim Hasselfeld MS, Brian Grawe MD
The Management of Acute Ankle Fractures During the COVID Lockdown. Richard Smith MD, Apurva Choubey, Nihar Shah MD, Malik Morgan, Richard Laughlin MD, Tonya Dixon MD
Preoperative Cardiac Clearance for Geriatric Hip Fractures. Andrew Steffensmeier MD, Nihar Shah MD, Robert Matar MD, Connor Hoge, Morgan Rice, Henry Sagi MD, Richard Laughlin MD
Evaluation of the Implementation of a Weight-Based, Anti-Xa Enoxaparin Dosing Protocol for Lower Extremity Trauma Patients at a Level 1 Trauma Center. Cameron Thomson MD, Jorge Figueras, Zachary Crawford, Andres Mor, Nakul Narendran, Nana Simpson MD, Molly Droege PharmD, Henry Sagi MD
L-R: Cameron Thomson MD, Richard Smith MD, Adam Schumaier MD, Kristy Weber MD, Jamal Fitts MD, Andrew Steffensmeier MD, and Bryan Menapace MD
UC COM Orthopaedic Surgery Residents represented the Department at the 2022 Ohio Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting in Columbus on May 6, 2022. Four of the six podium presentations for the day were presented by UC residents – Andrew Steffensmeier MD, Jack Buchan MD, Zachary Crawford MD PharmD and Brendan Southam MD. UC residents took the top three awards:
UC Orthopaedic Surgery Residents 2nd, 3rd and 4th from the left: Jack Buchan MD, Andrew Steffensmeier MD and Zachary Crawford MD and 6th from the left: Brendan Southam MD.
Members of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery had presentations at the Global Spine Congress this June, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Anthony Guanciale (faculty), Dr. Zachary Crawford (resident) and Jorge Figueras (medical student scholar) were in attendance for the following:
Motor Function Outcomes in Acute Traumatic Central Cord Syndrome: What to Expect Over the Course of a Patient's Admission. Figueras J, Thomson C, Sabbagh R, Zappa M, Huron A, Fitts J, Kelley W, Guanciale A.
This was an oral presentation by Jorge Figueras.
Modified Morscher Technique for Athletic Pars Repair: A Case Series and Literature Review. Crawford Z, Thomson C, Figueras J, Guanciale A.
This was an ePoster presentation by Zachary Crawford MD
Dr. Zachary Crawford, Dr. Anthony Guanciale, and Jorge Figueras at Global Spine 2022.
Andrew Burkhardt (from Notre Dame), Summer Rozema (Baylor), Luke Volpenhein (University of Michigan), Quinn Dunivan and Jonas Keller (both from Miami of Ohio).
Bottom (L-R): Jonas Keller and Summer Rozema
Top Row (L-R): Luke Volpenhein, Quinn Dunivan and Andrew Burkhardt
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