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ASTAOR - 2018
IV International Congress ASTAOR

February 8–9, 2018

MFGAOU IN First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. Sechenov Ministry of Health of Russia (Sechenov University) (Moscow, ul. Trubetskaya, 8)

ASTAOR - 2018 - IV International Congress ASTAOR

Congress hours
February 8, 2018 from 09:00 to 18:30
February 9, 2018 from 09:00 to 17:30

Exhibition time
February 8, 2018 from 09:00 to 18:00
February 9, 2018 from 09:00 to 17:00

Registration of participants
February 8, 2018 from 08:00 to 17:00
February 9, 2018 from 08:00 to 18:00

The organizers

Association of Sports Traumatologists, Arthroscopic and Orthopedic Surgeons, Rehabilitologists (ASTAOR) • Association of Sports Traumatologists, Arthroscopic and Orthopedic Surgeons, Rehabilitologists (ASTAOR)
European Clinic of Sports Traumatology and Orthopedics (ECSTO) • European Clinic of Sports Traumatology and Orthopedics (ECSTO)
Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics RUDN • Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics RUDN
Congress-operator MEDI Expo • Congress-operator "MEDI Expo"

IV Congress ASTAOR

• Rich 2-day science program

• International Faculty of Science

• Scientific sections, symposia, discussions, round tables

• Master classes in surgery and rehabilitation

Scientific topics

• Sports Traumatology

• Sports medicine

• Arthroscopic surgery

• Orthopedic surgery

• Hand surgery and microsurgery

• New in the treatment of injuries and diseases of large joints

• Osteotomies of the lower limb

• Medicine professional sports

• Sport and stress fractures

• Prevention of injuries in professional athletes

• Injury prevention in children's and youth sports

• Rehabilitation treatment and rehabilitation medicine

• Pain relief in sports medicine

• Postoperative analgesia in orthopedic surgery

• Prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis

• Non-surgical and functional treatments for sports injuries

• Prevention and treatment of infectious complications in orthopedics and traumatology

• Prevention and treatment of thromboembolic complications in traumatology and orthopedics

• Sports nutrition

• Dietary supplements and drugs in professional and amateur sports

• Radiology in traumatology and orthopedics

• Diagnosis of injuries and injuries in sports

• Football injury

Medical Exhibition

• surgical instruments

• new equipment for orthopedic and trauma surgery

• new implants and fixatives

• dressing and suture materials for operating rooms

• equipment for rehabilitation

• simulators for sports medicine

• modern IT solutions in medicine

• medications and ointments in sports medicine and rehabilitation

• limb orthotics

• equipment for radiodiagnosis

• equipment for postoperative care

Continuing Medical Education

The Congress received confirmation from the Commission for the Assessment of the Compliance of Training Events and Materials for Continuing Medical Education (IMO) and complies with the established requirements of the Coordinating Council for the Development of Continuing Medical and Pharmaceutical Education of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.

The number of credits - 12.

To obtain the Certificate of IMS you need to listen to the full course of the educational program from February 8 to 9.

Certificates of NGOs will be issued on February 9 from 17:30.

The application for the Congress is submitted in the main specialty: traumatology and orthopedics and in related specialties: clinical pharmacology, physiotherapy exercises and sports medicine, manual therapy, traumatology and orthopedics, physiotherapy, surgery.

Poster session

Submission of applications for poster reports - for consideration by the Faculty of Science - until December 1, 2017.

Publication of posters is possible only for registered and paid for the full registration fee of participants!

From one author allowed to download no more than 5 poster reports.

It is not allowed to publish more than 5 posters with the same first author.

The order of application for poster papers:

• An application for a poster report can be issued by downloading it through your personal account.

• When loading a poster, you need to mark the "Poster Report"

General requirements for poster presentations:

• posters should reflect the purpose, materials and methods of research, the results obtained and the conclusion - without tables and figures

• when loading posters for reviewing, there are limitations on the number of characters - 2,000

Posters will be placed on the plasma panel in the exhibition area.

Technical requirements for poster presentations:

1. run in the program Power-Point or KeyNote

2. no more than 10 slides

Poster reports are accepted under the following headings:

1. sports traumatology

2. sports medicine

3. arthroscopic surgery

4. orthopedic surgery

5. hand surgery and microsurgery

6. new in the treatment of injuries and diseases of large joints

7. osteotomy of the lower limb

8. medicine professional sports

9. sport and stress fractures

10. injury prevention in professional athletes

11. injury prevention in children's and youth sports

12. rehabilitation treatment and rehabilitation medicine

13. pain relief in sports medicine

14. postoperative analgesia in orthopedic surgery

15. prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis

16. non-surgical and functional methods of treating sports injuries

17. Prevention and treatment of infectious complications in orthopedics and traumatology

18. Prevention and treatment of thromboembolic complications in traumatology and orthopedics

19. sports nutrition

20. dietary supplements and drugs in professional and amateur sports

21. radiodiagnosis in traumatology and orthopedics

22. Diagnosis of injuries and injuries in sports

23. football injury

Official Report of the IV International Congress of ASTAOR

Official Report of the IV International Congress of ASTAOR

Relevance and organizers

On February 8-9, 2018, Moscow once again hosted the ASTAOR International Congress. To the halls of the First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. For the sake of science, the elite of the domestic and international professional community of pediatric and adult doctors of orthopedic sports traumatologists, trauma surgeons, inpatient and outpatient clinics, sports doctors, rehabilitation doctors, department heads and researchers of universities, pharmaceutical companies and medical research centers from many constituent entities of the Russian Federation, as well as countries in Europe and Asia. Each year, the Congress brings together hundreds of professionals to discuss and update the problems and modern approaches to sports traumatology and medicine of professional sports.

Organized by the Association of Sports Traumatologists, Arthroscopic and Orthopedic Surgeons, Rehabilitologists (ASTAOR), the European Clinic of Sports Traumatology and Orthopedics (EKSTO), the Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics of RUDNF and the technical implementation of the congress-operator “MEDI Expo”, the Congress is supported by the European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy. The event was accredited by the Commission of the IAM.

Co-Presidents of the Congress were respected sports traumatologist and orthopedic surgeon of Russia, President of ASTAOR, ESSKA official ambassador to Russia, professor of the department of traumatology and orthopedics of RUDN University, Ph.D. KOROLEV Andrei (Russia), Professor SCHOETTLE Philip (Germany) and Professor CUGAT Ramon (Spain).

Official statistics

According to official statistics, 400 experts from 12 countries, including Belarus, Germany, Georgia, Spain, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, Switzerland, Estonia, 88 cities and 48 subjects of the Russian Federation, took part in the international event. Federation. The most numerous delegations (except for Moscow, St. Petersburg and Moscow region) from Samara, Yaroslavl, Novosibirsk, Rostov regions, the Republic of Tatarstan delegated participants to the event in order to get the opportunity to learn the newest methods of surgical and conservative treatment of patients from leading Russian and foreign sports traumatology specialists and orthopedics, rehabilitation. 74 speakers and members of the Organizing Committee gave scientific and educational lectures and discussed the main topics of the Congress: arthroscopic surgery, orthopedic surgery, hand surgery and microsurgery, lower limb osteotomy, injury prevention in professional athletes, diagnostics of injuries and injuries in sports.

According to official statistics, 400 experts from 12 countries

Grand Opening and Science Program

The solemn opening ceremony of the Congress and congratulations on the Day of Russian Science were replaced by a dense series of scientific and clinical presentations by international lecturers.

Professor SCHOETTLE Philip (Munich, Germany) opened the scientific part of the event with the topic of trochoplasty in the treatment of chronic instability of the patella, summarizing the need to combine trophoplasty with MPFL in each case, lack of results on the viability of cartilage after bone cartilage removal. According to the expert, trochleoplasty is a surgical operation with promising clinical and radiological results. The experience of the MPFL translateral technique of chronic instability of the patella was heard in the report of Professor Korolev Andrey (Moscow, Russia). The frequency of occurrence of instability is high, especially affecting thin patients aged 10 to 17 years, two thirds of whom determine the instability of the patella during exercise.

The risk factors include a professor of dysplasia of the hip block, high position of the patella, hypermobility syndrome, increased angle Q. MPFL reconstruction is an important surgical task, more than one hundred surgical techniques are described, which indicates the absence of a single unique operation that everyone uses today, the professor believes Korolev. Indications for surgical treatment is the ineffectiveness of conservative treatment, the presence of free intra-articular bodies, the complete rupture of the MPFL without the hope of its healing, chronic recurrent instability of the patella. The transpolar technique limits the rotation of the patella, eliminates the subjective sense of instability, provides early rehabilitation with a full range of movements, and allows you to do with a small number of fixatives that determine the advantages of the technique over the others. The theme of the reconstruction of the MPFL was continued in online video broadcasting (LIVE surgery), conducted by Professor Schoettle on cadaver material in a mobile laboratory.

An authoritative surgeon in the field of the shoulder joint, Candidate of Medical Sciences Sergey DOKOLIN (St. Petersburg, Russia) demonstrated the starting experience of an interesting technology for treating patients - arthroscopic reconstruction of the upper capsule with massive ruptures of the rotary cuff of the shoulder joint. The discussed intervention was first announced and applied in clinical practice by Dr. Miato. In contrast to the previously used “biological patches” fixed to the tendon edge of the irretrievably lost rotary cuff tissue, the orthopedist from Japan proposed to reconstruct the upper capsule and the deep rotary cuff adjacent to it, having fixation points to the upper edge of the articular cavity of the scapula and the large tubercle of the humeral bone.

The main idea was to create an additional point of support for the rotation of the humerus and ensure its coaxial position in relation to the articular cavity through the use of biofissance of the tendon of the ilio-femoral tract. The idea was supported by many surgeons from the USA and received a good response from practical application. Russian orthopedic traumatologists are just beginning their way of analyzing the results. According to Dr. Dokolin, "arthroscopic reconstruction of the upper capsule is a simple and effective, but expensive way to correct the vertical instability of the humeral head." To clarify the evidence, the frequency of use in practice requires a constant exchange of experience, views at conferences, an assessment of their results.

Considerable interest and discussion was caused by the review report of Dr. APHASHEV Alexander (Moscow, Russia), dedicated to the tactics of treating patients with the frozen shoulder syndrome (“frozen shoulder”). The condition was first described in 1872 by the French surgeon Duplay S., in order to define which he used the term “shoulder-and-shoulder preriatritus”. Subsequently, both the name and opinions about the outcome of the syndrome changed. Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder syndrome) is a chronic disease in which the synovial membrane and the capsule of the shoulder joint are affected, manifested by a progressive loss of range of motion in the shoulder joint. Having considered the phases of development of the primary and secondary adhesive capsulitis, etiology, pathogenesis, Dr. Akhashev announced a number of results. According to the expert, in the absence of the effect of conservative treatment of adhesive capsulitis within 8-10 weeks, the question of the possibility of arthroscopic release to interrupt the pathological process should be raised. Arthroscopic release of the shoulder joint is an effective treatment for adhesive capsulitis and in most cases it produces excellent and good results in a shorter time. Conservative and surgical treatment does not give a quick positive result. Surgical treatment does not preclude subsequent rehabilitation. However, a number of questions, including the need for surgical treatment with adhesive capsulitis, the need for routine LHB tenotomy, the efficacy and safety of intra-articular injection of corticosteroids and PRP therapy, remain open.

Total endoprosthetics of the shoulder joint, which gives consistently good results in early and medium-term observations, when reconstructions are no longer effective, should be a meaningful method of treatment in young patients, says Dr. Naidanov Vadim (Barnaul, Russia). Reverse TE - the operation of the rescue function of the shoulder. According to the expert, after a total anatomical endoprosthesis, the probability of returning to active life or sports is very high.

The problem of chronic patellofemoral pain syndrome was highlighted by a doctor of the Russian Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics named after R. R. Vreden CHUGAEV Dmitry (St. Petersburg, Russia). Along with theories of development of pain in the anterior knee joint in patients without a morphological substrate for pain, the doctor noted factors from a patient with a poor prospect of operative treatment, which included young age, female gender, presence of a relative with a similar disease, absence of significant injuries, bilateral lesion , anatomical disorders (high position of the patella, elbow knees, dysfunction of the quadriceps muscle of the thigh, weakness of the gluteus maximus muscle, hypermobile joints, uncomfortable tilt-test).

Grand Opening and Science Program

The anterolateral ligament (ALS) was first announced in 1879 by the French surgeon Paul Segond (1851 - 1912), who described it as "a dense, pearl-fibrous cord." For its more than 135-year-old existence, ALS has been referred to under various names. Within the framework of the Congress, the topic of ALS was continued in the presentation of the traumatologist-orthopedist, Candidate of Medical Sciences GONCHAROV Yevgeny (Moscow, Russia), who dedicated the presentation of the relevance of the use of ALS in PCD plastics. According to the speaker, the technique of arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament supplementation with an exarticular tenodez showed excellent results compared with the control group, allowed to increase the percentage of athletes returning to sports and reduce the number of relapses after PCA plasty.

A series of speeches during the International Congress remembered an orthopedic traumatologist, Candidate of Medical Sciences Ilyin Dmitry (Moscow, Russia). Presentations of reports on the reconstruction of the upper capsule of the shoulder joint, functional reasons for subacromial and subclavicular shoulder impingement syndrome were followed by a series of surgical demonstrations of tenotomy and tenodes of the long biceps head, treatment of instability using unconditional fixators. Impingement syndrome is a syndrome of collision of the humeral head and acromion / coracoid process during abduction / flexion in the shoulder joint. During the speech, the speaker reported that functional patients of his development were found in many patients with subacromial and sub claviated impingments. In the early stages - before the formation of significant tears of the rotator cuff - a conservative treatment aimed at stabilizing the scapula - allows most patients to be cured.

An overview of the most complex operation in the report of arthroscopic transfer of the broadest muscle was presented by Candidate of Medical Sciences BELYAK Evgeniy (Moscow, Russia) in collaboration with Professor LAZKO Fedor (Moscow, Russia), Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences ZAGORODNIM Nikolai (Moscow, Russia). Singling out massive damage to the posterior UMP, normal subscapularis muscle, normal deltoid muscle, normal bone density, unexpressed arthrosis in the shoulder, the team of authors noted the indications for LTD transfer. Experts consider arthroscopic transfer LTD to be an effective method of treating patients with a massive rupture of the VMP, which requires a differentiated approach, an understanding of the topographic anatomy of the shoulder and arthroscopic techniques, and which allows you to quickly restore the function of the shoulder joint to an acceptable level.

The international lecturers were also presented by the surgeon of the best athletes in Spain, incl. Barcelona Football Team, Director of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology Hospital Quiron, Professor CUGAT Ramon (Barcelona, Spain) and Traumatologist-Orthopedic of the Sports Club of Portugal, Ex-President of the Portuguese Society for Arthroscopy and Sports Traumatology, Dr. PESSOA Pedro (Lisbon, Portugal). Among the reports presented to the audience by experts, of particular interest were reports on the reconstruction of the medial collateral ligament of the knee joint, PRP-technologies in the treatment of injuries and diseases of professional athletes.

On the second day, Professor MENETRIER Jacques (Geneva, Switzerland) joined the Science Faculty of the event. Director of the Swiss Olympic Medical Center, Medical Director of the Geneva Servette Hockey Club, doctor of the Bolshoi Theater of Geneva ballet and the Swiss Alpine Ski Federation, First Vice-President of the European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA) held an interactive meeting of the ESSKA - ASTAOR, reported a new treatment of instability of the patella, aspects of diagnosis and treatment of injuries of the posterior lateral angle of the knee joint.

Professor I. Golubev, Professor L. Solomin (Saint Petersburg), Dr. Sereda A., Doctor of Medicine M. Merkulov, Candidate of Medical Sciences Maysig M., Candidate of Medical Sciences Muhanov V., Candidate of Medical Sciences Ryazantsev M. , candidate of medical sciences Milenin O., candidate of medical sciences Strakhov M., candidate of medical sciences Afanasyev A., candidate of medical sciences Sautin M., candidate of medical sciences Enikeev M., Burova M. (city of Ufa), candidate of medical sciences Kalantyrska V. (Yaroslavl city), Popogrebsky M., Korchag Ing. A. and others - 43 international speakers, 45 reports, 9 sections, 5 symposia, 7 master classes, on which questions were questions about the use of hyaluronates, the All-inside technique in arthroscopic plastics of the anterior cruciate ligament, meniscus stitching technique, subacromial pain syndrome, surgery for ruptures of the pectoralis major muscle, static-dynamic augmentation of the fixation of damage to the articular lip with the tendon of the long biceps head, treatment of full-thickness cartilage defects of the femur in the patellofemoral articulation, anterior cruciate ligament plasty, physical rehabilitation for inguinal pain, football injuries, patellofemoral pain syndrome and orothibial tract syndrome, fractures of the radial head, distal radius metaepiphysis, instability of the distal radius elbow joint, correction of complex deformities of the middle and posterior division transosseous osteosynthesis in professional athletes and other topical issues of specialization, balanced brilliant, complex and requiring differentiated approach with live operations (LIVE-surgery) from the mobile laboratory, “holding” an audience of 200 people until the last minute and embracing MPFL reconstructions, reconstructing massive ruptures of the rotator cuff, and PCA plastics using the ALL-inside Graft Link technique performed by the professor Schoettle P., Prof. Korolev A., Dr. Dokolin S., Dr. Ilyin D. The scientific relevance of the two-day ASTAOR congress that swept through the capital with a powerful scientific and educational stream of knowledge, invaluable experience, innovative technologies ology, praised the international team of experts.

IV International Congress ASTAOR


In the days of the Congress, an exhibition of fourteen leading Russian and foreign manufacturers of drugs and medical equipment took place, demonstrating surgical instruments, equipment for orthopedic and trauma surgery, implants and fixatives, dressing and suture materials for operating rooms, equipment for rehabilitation, etc.

See you at the V International Congress ASTAOR in Moscow on April 18–19, 2019!

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