This Course is now Closed
It brings us great pleasure in announcing the 2020 BOS Hand Surgery Course. This year, we would be hosting it on a digital platform.
The objective of the course is that at the end of the course, the delegate should be able to diagnose, treat and operate common hand pathologies seen in day-to-day practice.
The course will have 20 recorded surgeries, shown and narrated by our faculty. The delegates will get to discuss their questions directly with the faculty on real-time basis.
This will be a closed online gathering with only registered delegates joining the faculty and will be able to interact with them one on one. The course will not be televised live.
The surgeries will cover the common conditions seen in day to day practice. These include fractures, ligament injuries, congenital hand surgery and soft tissue surgeries amongst others.
Surgical videos will include:
Distal radius fixation, scaphoid fixation, metacarpal fixation, proximal interphalangeal joint fixation, phalangeal fixation, tendon repair, finger tip repairs, carpal tunnel release, cubital tunnel release, nerve repair, syndactyly release, tendon release, tendon transfer. We will have videos on plaster techniques in hand, splints and implants used in hand surgery.
Dr. Hemant Patankar
Dr. Sudhir Warrier
Dr. Mukund Thatte
Dr. Gautam Chauhan
Dr. Pankaj Ahire
Dr. Rujuta Mehta
Dr. Parag Lad
Dr. Nilesh Satbhai
Dr. Kiran Ladkat
Dr. Prashant Kamble
We plan to invite our national faculty as well.
The course will include discussions based on important surgical aspects of hand surgery. The course will also include case based discussions on common hand pathologies. We would encourage the delegates to discuss their cases as well.
The delegates will receive important literature on hand surgery at the end of the course.
It needs to be noted that any course of the BOS may be cancelled or postponed or its program may be altered / modified depending upon the situation prevalent in the country in view of the COVID 19 infection, rules and regulations by the Central Government, State Government, Municipal Corporations of the cities in which the courses are held and the institutes in which the courses are conducted.
The Bombay Orthopaedic Society will try and intimate the course delegates in advance in such circumstances. However, it may not be possible for the BOS to intimate or inform the delegates in reasonable time, in case the courses need to be cancelled at a shorter notice.
In such a case, the rules of course fees refund will apply. The BOS or its Executive Council cannot be held liable and responsible for any financial losses, which may result due to course cancellation including travel expenses, residential and logistical expenses. Such Expenses shall not be reimbursed to the delegates.