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When Atul Gawande made medical checklist taking cue from the airline industry, the morbidity and mortality decreased dramatically (WHO). Gawande makes a distinction between errors of ignorance (mistakes we make because we don’t know enough), and errors of ineptitude...

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WIROC 2017

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We, the organisers of WIROC 2017 asks you all to join us in achieving “Perfection through Protocols”. This compliments the underlying theme of WIROC 2017, where we aim to share experiences of the faculty in avoiding and solving orthopaedic catastrophes. ...

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President's Message

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Follow checklists > Prevent disasters
When Atul Gawande made medical checklist taking cue from the airline industry, the morbidity and mortality decreased dramatically (WHO).
Gawande makes a distinction between errors of ignorance (mistakes we make because we don’t know enough), and errors of ineptitude...


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WIROC 2017

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We, the organisers of WIROC 2017 asks you all to join us in achieving “Perfection through Protocols”. This compliments the underlying theme of WIROC 2017, where we aim to share experiences of the faculty in avoiding and solving orthopaedic catastrophes. ...

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Bombay Orthopaedic Society

Secretary’s Message

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It is a pleasure to write once again to you and begin the new year of activities. Last year we set few targets, with the help of president and the esteemed members of the Executive Council and other interested members we managed to achieve certain goals...

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Instructional Courses

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Instructional courses are the trademark of BOS and are very popular with both members as well as non-members from all over the country...

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Register Online

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Are you planning to register for courses conducted by Bombay Orthopaedic Society. Now you can register online for courses with a user-friendly payment gateway. What are you waiting for? Register Now!!!...

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BOS Upcoming Events

Jul
22
Sat
2017
Basic Concepts in Deformity Correction @ Grant Medical College & Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals
Jul 22 – Jul 23 all-day
Convener Mangal Parihar (Mob.: +91 98210 42456)
Co-Conveners Ayush Kumar Singh (Mob.: +91 81086 36191) &
Ankit Marfatia (Mob.: +91 98213 77993)
Date July 22 – 23, 2017
Venue Dept. Of Orthopaedic, Sir J.J. Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai
Maximum Delegates 15 – 40
Course Fee INR 7,000/-
Course Highlights The course is about learning the basic concepts for the understanding and treatment of deformities. It is not about using a fixator or a particular implant for the correction of deformities. Terms and concepts such as mechanical axis vs anatomic axis, CORA, LDFA, MPTA etc. will become clear after this course. You should be able to use the knowledge gained to better understand both the correction of deformities and the prevention of deformities in your treatment of trauma. There will be only a couple of basic lectures, and two days of interactive planning workshops.
Course Objectives At the end of the course, the delegate should be able to:

  • Describe the axis and angles in normal lower limb
  • Plan a simple diaphysial deformity
  • Plan a simple metaphyseal deformity
  • Plan a multiapical and disadvantages of various implants in a given case
  • Create a surgical tactic to carry out the plan
  • This will be achieved by means of:
    • Paper planning workshops
    • Interactive planning sessions (small groups) on actual patient x-rays
Proposed Faculty P. N. Vasudevan (Palakkad), Mangal Parihar
Jul
23
Sun
2017
Day School On Musculoskeletal Imaging Course @ Global Hospitals
Jul 23 all-day
Convener Anand J. Thakur (Mob.: +91 9820069077)
Co-Conveners Bipin R. Shah (Mob.: +91 9820129575) &
Ram Prabhoo (Mob.: +91 9820053583)
Mentors Ram Chaddha, Bhavin Jhankaria
Date July 23, 2017
Venue Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai
Maximum Delegates 40
Course Fee INR 1,150/-
Course Highlights
  • Discuss clinical features, MRI and USG imaging of soft tissue conditions in various regions. Each condition will be described by clinical and imaging experts will bring out imaging features. Clinician will briefly talk about treatment mainly to radiologists in the audience. Provisional list of topics are as below:
    • SHOULDER: Rotator cuff tear with biceps tendon dislocation / rupture calcific, tendinosis of rotator cuff (Hydroxyapatite deposition disease), adhesive capsulitis, suprascapular, nerve entrapment.
    • ELBOW & WRIST: Ulnar collateral ligament injury of thumb (Gamekeeper’s thumb / stener lesion), ulnar collateral ligament injury of elbow, posterior interosseous nerve syndrome, pulley lesion of the fingers.
    • KNEE: Quadriceps tear, Iliotibial band friction syndrome, tennis leg (Medial gastrocnemius and plantaris injury), Jumper’s knee (Patellar tendon pathologist), or bursitis around the knee.
    • ANKLE & FOOT: Achilles tendonitis & ankle tendon rupture, posterior tibial tendon pathology, ankle ligament injury – high ankle sprain, Morton’s neuroma.
Course Objectives The course is planned for orthopaedicians and radiologists involved in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders; this is the 7th annual edition. It provides a balanced overview of traditional to newest state-of-art MSK imaging modalities and techniques.
Proposed Faculty Anand Thakur, Ashwin Lawande, Bhavin Jankaria, Bhawan Paunipagar, Bipin R. Shah, Darshna Sanghavi, Dinshaw Pardiwala, Nicholas Antao, Sona Pungaonkar, Sudhir Warrier
Jul
27
Thu
2017
Operative Fracture Fixation Course @ K. E. M. Hospital & Seth G.S. Medical College
Jul 27 – Jul 30 all-day
Convener Sudhir Sharan (Mob.: +91 9820580811)
Co-Convener Prashant Kamble (Mob.: +91 9930853434)
Mentors Bibhas Dasgupta, Atul Panghate
Date July 27 – 30, 2017
Venue M.L.T. Seth G. S. Medical College and K.E.M. Hospital, Parel, Mumbai
Maximum Delegates 25
Course Fee INR 10,000/-
Course Highlights
  • Didactic lectures by orthopaedic surgeons
  • Case based discussion by experienced trauma surgeons
  • Live surgical demonstration on several varieties of trauma
  • Debates on controversial trauma concerns
  • Addressing minutae of nonunion, malunion and infection
  • Instructive lectures and relevant discussion by faculty on July 30, 2017 (open to BOS members)
  • Delegates may bring their difficult cases for discussion during the course
Course Objectives Operative Fracture Fixation course will be designed to suit all orthopaedic surgeons since trauma will always be fascinating. The course is designed to show fixation by experts in the field. Spread over 4 days, out of which 3 days will be operative live demo that will try to cover minimum 6-8 cases followed by discussion on Sunday.
Proposed Faculty D. D. Tanna, S. R. Mukhi, Bibhas Dasgupta, Sangeet Gawhale, Shirish Pathak, Rajeev Shah, R. R. Choudhary, Sanjay Dhar, Atul Patil, Harshad Argekar, Sujata Aiyer, Vivek Shetty, Taral Nagda, Milind Padgaonkar, Amit Ajgaonkar, Sanjay Desai, Roshan Wade, Pradip Nemade, Sandip Biraris, Milind Sawant, Ashish Phadnis, Sanjay Agarwala, Raman Umralkar, Prashant Agrawal, Eknath Pawar, Jairam Jagiasi, Vaibhav Bagaria

BOS Awards & Orations

BOS BOOK AWARD

Bombay Orthopaedic Society wishes to encourage academic book writing by India based Orthopaedic Surgeons who need not be members of the society. To this end, the society desires to present an award of Rs. 20,000/- (Twenty Thousand Only) to Indian Orthopaedic Surgeons.
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BOS BEST TREATISE AWARD

An award of Rs. 10,000/- (Indian Rupees Ten Thousand) for a Life Member of the BOS who has done Extensive Original Research and prepared a Treatise on a Project related to Orthopaedics, that contributes significantly, through its conclusions, to the practice of Orthopaedics today.
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Recognition of publications

Bombay Orthopaedic Society desires to inspire and encourage its members to publish in peer reviewed journals, write chapters in edited multiple author books and also contribute to peer reviewed academic pool in publishing in other media than print like electronic journals.
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BOMBAY ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

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