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Clinical Studies

Friday, August 8, 2008
09:45 - 11:45
Moderator: C Marculescue MD

  1. Efficacy and Safety of Rifampin/Levofloxicin for Staphylococcual Prosthetic Joint Infection Treated with Debredement and Retention,
    El Helou OC, Berberi EF, Brown RA, Gralewski JG, Osmon DR, Razonable RR; Mayo Clinic, Rochested MN
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  2. Relationship Between the G2408A Polymorphism in Toll-Like Receptor (TLR) 2 and Prosthetic Joint Infections (PJI) Due to Staphylococcus Aureus;El-Helou OC, Berbari EF, Brown RA, Gralewski JG, Osmon DR, Razonable RR, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN
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  3. INR, Coagulopathy and Anesthesia in Periprosthetic Infection;
    Parvizi J, Saxena A, Baratz M, Jaberi F, Barr S; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  4. Periprosthetic Infection: A New Prognostic Classification;
    Parvizi J, Azzam K, Ghanem E, Valle CD, Barrack R; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  5. Periprosthetic Infections: Serious Problems on the Horizon?;
    Parvizi J, Azzam K, Ghanem E, Austin M, Rothman R; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  6. Perprosthetic Infection: Is the Organism Profile Changing?;
    Parvizi J, Bender B, Ghanem E, Steinbrechter J, Azzam K, Barrack R; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  7. Staged Revision for Knee Arthroplasty Infection: What is the Role of Serologic Tests Prior to Reimplnatation;
    Ghanem E, Azzam K, Seeley M, Voshi A, Parvizi J; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  8. Prosthetic Joint Infection Due To Anaerobic Microorganisms;
    Fadel HJ, Osmon DR, Marculescu C, Berbari EF; Mayo Clinic MN
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  9. Diagnosing Periprosthetic Infection: High False Rate of Results of Microbiological Studies;
    Bender B, Gowda A, Azzam K,Ghanem E, Purtill J, Parvizi J; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  10. Outcome of a Second Two-Stage Reimplnatation for Total Knee Arthroplasty Re-Infection;
    Azzam K, McHale K, Restrepo C, Purttill, Parvizi J; Rothman Institute, Philadelphia PA
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  11. Unanticipated Hospitalizations in Patients Recieving Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy for Periprosthetic Joint Infections;
    Duggal A, Shrestha NK, Krebs V, Molloy R, Knothe U, Barsoum W, Schmitt SK; Cleveland Clinic; Cleveland, OH
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  12. Hip Disarticulation for Severe Lower Extremity Infections;Zalavaras CG, Rigapoulos N, Ahlman E, Patzakis, MJ;Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles CA
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  13. MRI Findings in Osteomyelitis of the Hip;
    Zalavras CG, Lee J, Rigopoulos N, Learch T, Patzakis MJ; Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles CA
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  14. Infection following Operative Management of Ankle Fractures;
    Zalavras CG, Christensen T, Rigopoulos N, Holtum P, Patzakis MJ; Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles CA
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Basic Science

Saturday, August 9, 2008
08:30 - 9:38
Moderator: A McLaren MD

  1. Bone Graft Modification with Antibiotics Confers Protection from Bacteria:
    Ketonis C, Aiyer A, Adams CS, Shapiro IM, Hickok NJ, Parvizi J; Thomas Jefferson Iniv, Philadelphia PA
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  2. Vancomycin-Modified Allografts Retain Osteoblastic Cell Biocompatibility:
    Ketonis C, Aiyer A, Shapiro IM, Hickok NJ, Parvizi J, Adams CS; Thomas Jefferson Iniv, Philadelphia PA
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  3. Vancomycin-Modified Bone Allografts Provides Long Term Protection from Staphylococcus:
    Ketonis C, Aiyer A, Shapiro IM, Parvizi J, Adams CS, Hickok NJ; Thomas Jefferson Iniv, Philadelphia PA
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  4. Antibiotic Attachment to Ti Alloy Surfaces Does Not Alter Their Topography:
    Ketonis C, Parvizi J, Hickok NJ, Adams CS, Shapiro IM; Thomas Jefferson Univ, Philadelphia PA
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  5. Quadravalent Vaccine Protetive Against Chronic Osteomyelitis Due to Staphylococcus Aureus Biofilms:
    Brady RA, Leid JG, Costerton JW, Shirtliff ME; Univ of Maryland-Baltimore School of Dentistry, Baltimore MD
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  6. Comparison of Surgeon-Mixed and Commercially PreMixed Antibiotic Loaded Bome Cement:
    Economopoulos K, McLaren A, Kaul H, McLemore R, Nugent M, Vernon B; Banner Good Samaritan Med Ctr/Arizona State Univ, Phoenix AZ
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  7. Effectiveness of Ioban versus Integuseal Barrier Preparations for Surgical Site in an Ovine Model:
    Brady S, Wongworowat, M; Loma Linda Univ, Loma Linda CA
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  8. Evaluation of Antibiotic-Loaded Chitosan Films as a Localized Drug Delivery System:
    Noel SP, Coutney HS, Jennintgs JA, Baumgartner JD, Haggard WO; Univ of Memphis, Memphis TN
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Clinical Studies

Saturday, August 9, 2008
09:38 - 10:45
Moderator: A McLaren MD

  1. Prosthetic Joint Infection due to Gastrointestinal Procedures:
    Berbari EF, Osmon DR, Hanssen AD, Baddour LM, Greene D, Harmsen WS, Mandrekar JN, Steckelberg JM, Virk A; Mayo Clinic Rochester MN
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  2. Prosthetic Joint Infection (PJI) Due to Dental Procedures
    Berbari EF, Osmon DR, Hanssen AD, Baddour LM, Greene D, Harmsen WS, Mandrekar JN, Steckelberg JM, Virk A, Carr A, Kupp LI, Baughn LW, Wilson WR, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN
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  3. Staphylococcal Infections of Orthopedic Hardware: Persistence of Infecting Strains,
    Cantey, JR, Salgado CD, Marculescu CE, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
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  4. Antibiotic Cement?Coated Nail for the Treatment of Infected Nonunions and Segmental
    Bone Defects Conway JD, Thonse R, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics, Baltimore, MD
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  5. Two Stage Exchange Arthroplasty for Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty: Are Results as
    Good as They Seem?
    Azzam K, Davis E, Purtill J, Austin M, Parvizi J, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  6. Fungal Prosthetic Joint Infections: A Report of 10 Cases and Review of the Literature
    Parvizi J, Azzam K, Soltys A, Purtill J, Valle CD, Barrack R, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  7. Surgical Drains: A Potential Risk Factor for Infection in Orthopaedic Patients
    Schneiderbauer MM, Trampuz A, University Hospital Basel, Basel,Switzerland
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  8. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty ? Infection is the Major Cause of Failure
    Mortazavi J, Parvizi J, Azzam K, Schwartzenberger J, Sharkey P, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  9. Diabetes is Associated with Increased Surgical Site Infections in Spinal Arthrodesis
    Chen S, Wongworawat MD, Anderson M, Cheng WK, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA
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