Track: Arthroscopy



Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose and treat joint problems.  Arthroscopy allows surgeons to visualize the inside of the joint in real-time on a monitor, enabling them to assess the extent of damage, identify specific abnormalities, and perform surgical interventions as needed.  By minimizing tissue trauma and reducing postoperative discomfort, arthroscopy facilitates faster recovery times and shorter hospital stays, often enabling outpatient procedures. Advanced arthroscopic equipment and instrumentation continuously enhance surgical precision and patient outcomes, with high-definition cameras and specialized tools enabling intricate procedures with unparalleled accuracy. Moreover, arthroscopy seamlessly integrates with rehabilitation and physical therapy programs, ensuring comprehensive patient care from diagnosis to recovery. As technology continues to advance, arthroscopy remains at the forefront of orthopedic surgery, offering patients unparalleled benefits in terms of treatment efficacy, minimal invasiveness, and expedited recovery.

Arthroscopic equipment and instrumentation continue to evolve rapidly, with advancements in camera technology, image resolution, and surgical instruments. High-definition cameras and specialized tools enable surgeons to perform intricate procedures with greater precision and accuracy, leading to improved outcomes and patient satisfaction. Arthroscopic procedures are less invasive than traditional open surgery, resulting in smaller incisions, reduced tissue trauma, less postoperative pain, faster recovery times, and lower risk of complications.

·         Surgical Procedure
·         Diagnostic and Treatment
·         Arthroscopic Rotor Cuff Repair
·         Surgical Techniques
·         Infections in Arthroscopy

Related Societies: Chilean Society of Sports Medicine | Chilean Society of Sports Traumatology | Chinese Arthroscopy Society | Chinese Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons | Chinese Association of Sports Medicine | Chinese Orthopaedic Association | Chinese Society of Arthroscopy | Chinese Society of Sports Medicine | Chinese Speaking Orthopaedic Society | Colombia Society of Orthopaedic Surgery