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Advances in Bone Healing Summit May 15, 2015 FireSky, A Kimpton Hotel Scottsdale, AZ Chief Resident/Fellow Program Bioventus LLC is committed to following the AdvaMed Code of Ethics and limits attendance at company sponsored events to healthcare professionals with a bona fide professional interest. Please note that it is not appropriate for guests to attend any of the functions associated with the event, including meals and breaks. Visit the AdvaMed website at www.advamed.org to review this policy. © 2015 Bioventus LLC SUPARTZ is a registered trademark of Seikagaku Corp. EXOGEN is a registered trademark of Bioventus LLC. Bioventus and the Bioventus logo are trademarks of Bioventus LLC. Active Healing Through Orthobiologics Reception & Dinner: Thursday, May 14, 2015, 7:00pm to 9:00pm Meeting: Friday, May 15, 2015, 7:30am to 4:00pm Join us for a day of science and learning. Discover why non-invasive fracture treatment and non-surgical osteoarthritis knee treatment should be a part of your practice. Participate in this one day course and you will better understand treatment methods and the underlying biologic science through didactic presentations and in depth case study discussions. Gain access to our esteemed faculty and get one-on-one answers to your questions Who Should Attend The content of this program is geared towards Chief Residents and Fellows who treat fractures and/or knee osteoarthritis on a frequent basis. Educational Objectives Following this educational activity participants should be able to: • Know the chronology of events involved with the healing of bone and how each event relates to the development of mechanically competent callus. • Know the local and systemic factors that promote, retard, and inhibit fracture healing. • Describe the impact of smoking, diabetes, and age on fracture healing. • Understand the differences between bone stimulation technologies. • Understand the mechanism of action for low intensity pulsed ultrasound. • Understand treatment therapies for early knee osteoarthritis. • Understand the mechanism of action for hyaluronic acid. Registration Please contact your Bioventus Representative to register. Travel and accommodations will be arranged by Bioventus upon confirmation. Learn more about EXOGEN® at www.exogen.com. Learn more about SUPARTZ® at www.SUPARTZprofessional.com Additional Medical Education: www.bioventusglobal.com/physicians/medical-education Meeting Venue FireSky, A Kimpton Hotel 4925 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Tel: 480-945-7666 Bioventus LLC and its agents adhere to the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. Faculty Chris Brodie, PhD Scientific Liaison, Bioventus. Dr. Brodie is a molecular biologist who works on pre-clinical research and early-stage development of new indications for EXOGEN. He also works directly with clinicians and speaks frequently about the mechanisms of action for EXOGEN and SUPARTZ. Vinod Dasa, MD Associate Professor, Clinical Orthopaedics at Louisiana State University. Dr. Dasa’s research interests cover all areas of adult orthopaedics, but have primarily focused on joint replacement. In his clinical practice, he uses minimally invasive surgery (MIS) and computer navigation to treat patients. Dr. Dasa has presented his findings at national and international conferences. Thomas Einhorn, MD (Course Chair) Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Biochemistry and Biomedical Engineering at Boston University: Dr. Einhorn is Deputy Editor for Current Concepts Reviews for The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and serves on the Editorial Boards of The Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, Journal of Orthopaedic Research and Bone. Samir Mehta, MD Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mehta’s clinical expertise and interests include trauma surgery, total joint arthroplasty,and spine surgery. His basic science research interests are in biomechanics and orthobiologics. Dr. Mehta took an active role as a volunteer in the earthquake relief effort in Cange, Haiti.
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