BOA Virtual Congress 2020 - Free Papers - Paediatrics

2:00PM - 3:30PM 21st Sep 2020 Venue : Online Congress
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14:05 - 14:13
19 - Long term surgical management of symptomatic osteonecrosis and utility of core decompression of the femoral head in young people with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia recruited into UKALL 2003
A. Fishlock1, N. Amin1, J. Kraft1, C. Holton1, A. White1, B. James1, S. Kinsey2, R. Feltbower
1Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, United Kingdom, 2Leeds Children’s Hospital, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

14:13 - 14:21
24 - The cuneiform osteotomy for patients with slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE): A 14-year experience from a tertiary paediatric referral unit
J Craven1, A Truss1, V Bucknall1, R Walton1, C Bruce1, C Talbot1
1Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Orthopaedics, Liverpool, United Kingdom

14:21 - 14:29
29 - The unstable slipped capital femoral epiphysis: Does timing and type of surgery really matter?
J Craven1, A Truss1, V Bucknall1, R Walton1, C Bruce1, C Talbot1
1Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Orthopaedics, Liverpool, United Kingdom

14:29 - 14:37
225 - OVER THE TOP ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION WITH LATERAL RECONSTRUCTION IN PATIENTS WITH OPEN PHYSES: A LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP STUDY
R Lanzetti1, V Pace2, A Ciompi3, D Perugia4, M Spoliti1, F Falez3, C Park5, A Caraffa2
1San Camillo - Forlanini Hospital, T&O, Rome, Italy, 2University of Perugia, T&O, Perugia, Italy, 3Santo Spirito Hospital, T&O, Rome, Italy, 4"La Sapienza" University, T&O, Rome, Italy, 5North West Thames, T&O, London, United Kingdom

14:37 - 14:45
348 - Day-case pelvic osteotomy for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH)
D Moore1, G Sheridan2, DP Moore2
1Children's Health Ireland at Crumlin, Orthopaedics, Dublin 12, Ireland, 2Childrens Health Ireland at Crumlin, Orthopaedics, Dublin 12, Ireland

14:45 - 14:53
362 - Litigation costs in paediatric trauma and orthopaedics: a 15 year trend comparison to paediatric surgery
G Hodhody1, S Afzal1
1Manchester Childrens Hospital, Paediatric Orthopaedics, Manchester, United Kingdom

14:53 - 15:01
866 - Can Virtual Reality headsets be used safely as a distraction method for Paediatric Orthopaedic patients? A feasibility study
K. Shepherd1, Y. Shanmugharaj2, M. Kokkinakis1, O. Kattan2
1Evelina Children's Hospital, Paediatric Orthopaedics, London, United Kingdom, 2Kings College London, London, United Kingdom

15:01 - 15:09
1067 - 128 consecutive ACL reconstructions at a Children's Hospital: Low revision rates with a delayed return to sports at 5 years mean follow up
H. Mills1,2, P. Jose3, D. O'Dowd3, N. Nicolaou3
1University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 2Kingston Hospital, London, United Kingdom, 3Sheffield Children's Hospital, Sheffield, United Kingdom

15:09 - 15:17
1124 - A prediction model for treatment decisions in distal radial physeal injuries. A multicentre retrospective study
S. Kannan1,2, H. Hong Chong3, A. Fadulelmola1, H. Lennox-Warburton1, G. Mcconaghie4, B. Emmerson5, S. Venkatachalam6, A. Abraham7, P. Henman6
1Health Education England- North East, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 2Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 3Health Education England- East Midlands, Leicester, United Kingdom, 4Health Education England- West Midlands, Oswestry, United Kingdom, 5Northumbria Hospitals NHS Foundation trust, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 6Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 7University Hospitals Of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom

15:17 - 15:25
1625 - QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENT AFTER PAEDIATRIC TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT
J. Barrow1, A. Foster2, M. Kenawey2, T. Board1
1Wrightington, Centre for Hip Surgery, Wigan, United Kingdom, 2Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Manchester, United Kingdom

15:25 - 15:33
1761 - OUTCOME OF MENISCAL REPAIRS IN PAEDIATRIC POPULATION: A TERTIARY CENTRE EXPERIENCE
A. Gabr1, S. Williams1, S. Dodd1, N. Barton-Hanson1
1Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust, Trauma and orthopaedics, Liverpool, United Kingdom

15:33 - 15:41
1910 - Predicting paediatric anterior cruciate ligament injury: The influence of steep lateral posterior tibial slope & its relationship to the lateral meniscus
T. Edwards1, A.Z. Naqvi1, N. Dela Cruz1, C. Gupte1
1Imperial College London, MSk Lab, London, United Kingdom