AONeuro Course—Neurotrauma

AONeuro Course—Neurotrauma

December 13 — December 15

Davos, Switzerland

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This course covers the current best strategies and considerations for managing neurotrauma patients. It features an international faculty of experts and is based on the competencies defined in AONeuro new neurotrauma curriculum.

The course content is delivered using multiple educational methods. Comprehensive lectures—including a special lecture in 3-D—concentrate on the understanding of core material. Interactive case presentations further deepen this knowledge and facilitate the discussion in trauma management. Newly developed practical exercises enable participants to apply AO principles in the management of common injuries. Case-based discussions link the lecture material and practical skills with the clinical problems commonly encountered in everyday practice.

Event program


Learning objectives
Apply current classification systems and guidelines in neurotrauma
Manage neurotrauma and skull base fractures in adult, pediatric, and polytrauma patients
Conduct advanced neuromonitoring
Plan and perform appropriate operative treatment (eg decompressive craniotomy, complex cranial reconstruction)
Manage CSF leaks and other complications and perform dural repairs.
Goals
This course covers the current best strategies and considerations for managing neurotrauma patients.It features an international faculty of experts and is based on the competencies defined in AONeuro’s new curriculum in neurotrauma.
The course content is delivered using multiple methods. Comprehensive lectures concentrate on the understanding of core material. Interactive case presentations further deepen this knowledge and enrich the discussion in trauma management.
Practical sessions teach the application of AO principles to the management of common injuries. Case-based discussions link the lecture material and practical skills with the clinical problems encountered in real practice.

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