Virtual fellowship with Pascal-André Vendittoli | Cemented THA with minimally invasive posterior approach

Total Hip replacement

Step inside Duval Orthopedic Clinic in Laval, Canada, as Pascal-André Vendittoli shares his personal journey, daily routines, and research pursuits, with a special emphasis on peri-operative patient care.

He then performs a cemented stem total hip arthroplasty (THA) using a minimally invasive posterior approach.

Montreal, CANADA

Pascal-André Vendittoli is one of the founder and current president of the Personalized Arthroplasty Society. He is a professor of surgery and Clinical Researcher in orthopedic surgery at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital / Université de Montréal. He also offers private services at the Duval Clinic. Aiming at offering his patients a normal quality of life and a forgotten joint replacement, he spent the last 20 years trying to find ways to improve his patients results. In recent years, his work was presented more than 325 times at peer-reviewed congresses, and he was invited on more than 225 occasions as speaker. He published more than 150 scientific articles on hip and knee arthroplasty in peer-reviewed journals. He received multiple distinctive awards for examples, the "John Charnley Award" from the American Hip Society and the "Edward Samson award" form the Canadian Orthopedic Association. As a pioneer, he introduced multiple new implants, enhanced recovery perioperative care protocols and surgical techniques in the orthopedic field.

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Key moments

  • 00:00 - P-A Vendittoli’s story and daily practice
  • 13:17 - Patient pathway
  • 23:04 - Case 1 - Cemented THA with minimally invasive posterior approach
  • 34:34 - Peri-operative patient care
  • 42:01 - Case 2 - Uncemented implant THA
  • 47:23 - Panel discussion