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Access Instructional Course Lecture (ICL) content presented at previous AANA Annual Meetings, the world’s largest arthroscopy-focused event of the year. ICLs are 75-minute sessions led by a faculty of experts addressing trending topics and leading-edge surgical skill information and techniques for all joints.

ICL content can conveniently be accessed anywhere an internet connection is available.

Earn up to 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per course. Amount of CME credit for each ICL varies, see individual course details for more information.

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Picture of the productCartilage Injury of the Knee (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. This ICL will focus on current, case-based treatment strategies for articular cartilage, highlighting the controversies and different approaches from a diverse faculty perspective.

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Picture of the productCase-based Approach to the Mgmt of AC Joint Injury (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Through a case-based approach, this course will provide a comprehensive review of the diagnosis and management of AC joint injuries. Outcomes and return to play following AC and CC ligament reconstruction will also be discussed in detail. An international perspective will be incorporated throughout to highlight similarities and differences with management of AC joint injuries in the United States.

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Picture of the productComplications-Surgeons' Worst Enemy & Best Teacher (2021 AM)

This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Not ‘if’ but ‘when’ – complications are an inevitable part of life as a surgeon. Although sometimes simple in theory, dealing with complications represents a challenge for many of us, and our response to these difficult events and the patients affected by them speaks to our effectiveness as physicians. Young surgeons, in particular, are often unprepared for the bouts of failure that lay ahead.

Yet complications are perhaps our best educator and can be an important catalyst for improvement. Faculty will present the worst complications of their careers as it relates to common shoulder, elbow, and knee surgeries. We will discuss both the technical errors and subsequent changes made as well as the life lessons learned along the way. This is intended to be a practical, ‘in-the-trenches’ approach to minimize complications, manage bad outcomes and deliberately improve going forward.



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Picture of the productControversies in the Use of Grafts & Patches in RC (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Following participation in this ICL, learners should be able to complete the following: recite the biology and mechanics of rotator cuff grafts and patches; identify the indications for augmentation, interposition, superior capsular reconstructions and bio-inductive in-growth scaffolds; and describe the state-of-the-art surgical techniques for arthroscopic graft implantation.

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Picture of the productHip Arthroscopy - My Worst Day in the OR in 2020 (2021 AM)

This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Hip arthroscopy is a rapidly growing and evolving field in orthopaedic sports medicine. The ability to incorporate this field into the general sports practice is highly attractive and desirable, as this allows the orthopaedic sports surgeon to treat a unique young, athletic pathologic spectrum. Given this, hip arthroscopy has expanded to allow treatment of more complex pathologies and has been used with increasing frequency throughout the US and internationally. As hip arthroscopy surgical volumes increase, it is of paramount importance to know and identify the intraoperative pitfalls and complications that occur - even in a high-volume hip arthroscopy surgical practice. It is of equal, if not higher importance to understand how to avoid and manage these complications when they occur.

This course will specifically focus on actual unplanned intraoperative worst day in the OR scenarios that have occurred in the high-volume hip arthroscopy practices of the course faculty over the past year. Specifically, the discussion will include a detailed description of the worst day in the operating room for each of the presenters, how the issue was identified and addressed, and how this experience changed future practice for the faculty. This will be a case-based learning environment in which the case will be presented followed by the ensuing "Worst Day in the OR" and the subsequent aftermath and related practice changing decisions.



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Picture of the productHype, Promise, & Reality Ortho Use of Biologics (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Orthobiologics is an emerging field that offers great promise, but the interest in the lay press has outstripped the science. This ICL will cover the established applications of orthobiologics, as well as emerging areas of interest, and the regulatory aspects of using these emerging devices and products.

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Picture of the productLarge Rotator Cuff Tears Repair, Release, Patch (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. This ICL will include a series of interactive, case-based presentations showing examples of various large rotator cuff tears and the best treatment solutions for each.

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Picture of the productOrthopaedic Innovation from Inspiration to the OR (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. The goal of this ICL will be to provide an understanding of the dynamics of orthopaedic product and software development to aid in the care of orthopaedic patients. Discussion topics will include: cultivation of the creative process; patent protection process; non-disclosure agreements (NDAs); prototype and software development; licensing agreements; royalty arrangements; business development considerations; and commercialization options.

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Picture of the productShoulder Arthritis In Young Active Patients (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Shoulder arthritis in the young patient has become a more common problem, and the treatment options for these patients are numerous. A clear understanding of the available treatment options, and which patients are appropriate for each option is imperative to proper management of this problem. The goal of the IC is to cover the entire spectrum of arthritis in the young patient. The IC will begin with diagnosis, including pearls for the physical exam and what imaging tests are most appropriate and afford the most information for clinical decision making. Next, arthroscopic treatment options including microfracture, MACI, osteochondral allografts and others will be discussed. This will be followed by a discussion on soft tissue glenoid resurfacing and the ream and run procedure. Surgical pearls for each procedure will be provided. Anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty will then be discussed in detail including when to indicate young patients for this procedure and how to make sure the shoulder is truly “anatomic.” Lastly, complications, more specifically how to diagnose and manage these complications, following the above procedures will be discussed. The IC will conclude with 2-3 case presentations in which the audience is asked to participate and interact with the faculty.

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Picture of the productSo You've Mastered MPFL Reconstruction (2021 AM)
This ICL was originally presented at the AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting. Surgical techniques in MPFL reconstruction for the treatment of patellar instability have become increasingly popularized. However, optimal outcomes require that concurrent factors related to morphology or alignment are addressed at the time of soft tissue reconstruction. This ICL will review the treatment algorithm for when and why to add concurrent procedures and provide pearls on how to perform them while avoiding complications. The ICL will also present cases demonstrating multiple concurrent factors to highlight each principle.

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Designation and Accreditation

The Arthroscopy Association of North America designates these activities for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. These enduring materials can help fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification.

AANA is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Physician should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 
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