Last SFA (Société Française d'Arthroscopie) meeting took place in Lille (France) December 6th-8th, 2013. Eikon recorded this event, for the second year in a row; you can check the media on the SFA website (french only).
Eikon recorded the 11th IMK Forum on January 26th, 2013.
ESSKA and Eikon published a new book in the Best Practice series, titled "Partial knee replacement: uni and bi compartmental options". The book contains 13 articles, and is accompanied by a DVD with 6 videos (120 minutes total) illustrating some of the articles.
On 7th and 8th February 2013, Eikon recorded the first EFAS Cadaver Course in Barcelona. The 4 session, 13 surgeries course has been recorded and will be soon available as webcasts in the new, soon to be released, EFAS website.
Eikon produced a DVD in association with Symbios for the next issue of Maîtrise Orthopédique (N°318).
We were in charge of the editing of existing footage and authored the DVD. This issue of Maîtrise Orthopédique (with the DVD) will be available for subscribers in the next two weeks.
For more informations, be sure to check the website of the publisher!
Eikon recorded the 15th Journées Lyonnaises de Chirurgie du Genou in an accessible format. All the presentations (a hundred of them) are available on any platform.
The presentations will be listed on the website of the society.
Eikon shot one hundred procedures on video for the educational site of the McKenzie Institute in a studio. Then all the content has been dispatched on a website dedicated to the educational side of McKenzie Institute activities.
The site is private and only students of the McKenzie method.
You can check the McKenzie Institute website by following the link.
Eikon made an application to showcase the treatment of ACL surgery. The application was done within a tight schedule, and demonstrated in an international event in Stamford Bridge.
The applications runs a 30 minutes long educational movie.
Eikon recorded last EKA meeting, about 18 hours of lectures in English. You can watch them on the EKA website (free inscription needed).
Eikon and ESSKA released the first volume of ESSKA Best Practice.
"Best Practice In" is an english-language book collection which deals with surgical techniques in the field of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. The publication is actively involved in the international development of Orthopaedics and the medical advancement of surgeons.
Our objective is to supply the surgeon community, science-oriented businesses, teaching centres and medical industries with coverage of the latest surgical achievements, using the appropriate multimedia format: hard-copy illustrations, 3D visualisations, and video sequences on DVD.
Each issue will address a specific subject and will provide an overview of the current surgical techniques available to treat the given pathology by calling on the first-hand experience of various international experts.
The editorial premise focuses on improving surgical practice by reference to example, in order to allow the surgeon to better his or her clinical results for the benefit of the patient.
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