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On 18 March 2023, the First National Symposium on Artificial Discs of the Cervical Spine Disease Professional Committee of the Chinese Society of Rehabilitation Medicine and the Sichuan International Medical Exchange Promotion Association, co-organized by the West China Hospital of Sichuan University, was held in Dayi, Chengdu!
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Group photo of guests at the opening ceremony
The opening ceremony was hosted by Prof. Meng Yang from West China Hospital of Sichuan University. Prof. Li Zhongshi, Chairman of the Cervical Spondylosis Committee of the Chinese Society of Rehabilitation Medicine, Prof. Xu Lin, Chairman of the Bone and Joint Committee of the Chinese Society of Rehabilitation Medicine and other orthopaedic experts from inside and outside the province were invited to join the event.
Prof. Li Zhongshi's speech
Professor Li Zhongshi delivered a speech, saying that although artificial disc replacement has been popular for more than 20 years, it is still a new thing in history, and because of the limitations in its development, all aspects need to be studied in depth. Through unremitting efforts, the special committee has successfully established its brand image and achieved excellent results. We hope that experts in related fields, led by Professor Liu Hao, will actively carry out various tasks, play a leading and promoting role, promote academic exchanges, standardise consensus guidelines, and make a Chinese voice for the academic community.
Prof. Xu Lin's speech
In his speech, Prof. Xu Lin thanked for the invitation and expressed his congratulations on behalf of the Chinese Society of Rehabilitation Medicine on the success of the conference. Replacement surgery, which is controversial and bottlenecked, is not only an important direction for the development of spinal surgery, but also a critical developmental juncture. The conference was a milestone event across the ages, recalling the stormy changes in the development of orthopaedics in China, the historical dedication of the old experts and the future of the young talents, and he stressed that practice is the only test of truth.
Professor Liu Hao's speech
In his speech, Professor Liu Hao emphasised the importance of popularising science and technology and the cultivation of talent, the increasing incidence of cervical spondylosis in recent years, the declining age of patients and the significant increase in the number of operations. To better meet these challenges, we need to bring together the experiences and perspectives of all. He hoped that the young staff would work more and actively carry out thematic case discussions and academic exchange activities in order to enhance their capacity for independent innovation in surgical operations, clinical rehabilitation and industry-academia-research development, so that they could jointly meet the challenges and achieve even better results.
Experts at the conference conducted in-depth discussions and research on the treatment, surgery and rehabilitation of cervical spondylosis, which provided important references and guidance for clinical practice.
Presentation by Professor Li Zhongshi
Li Zhongshi, China-Japan Friendship Hospital
The Development History of the Cervical Spine Special Committee and the Understanding of Artificial Disc Replacement
To make rational use of the advantages to carry out research related to cervical spondylosis; to lead the development of the domestic artificial disc business with correct guidance; to assist experts to promote scientific and technological achievements, to realize the transformation of results and marketization; to establish a large database; to formulate Chinese consensus, guidelines and Chinese standards and to make a Chinese voice.
Professor Xu Lin's speech
Xu Lin, Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
The Chinese Contribution of Non-Fusion Technology in the Spine
Non-fusion technology of the spine can effectively restore the physiological forward flexion of the cervical spine and preserve the mobility of the non-fused segment; it has obvious advantages in maintaining the mobility of the cervical spine and its impact on the mobility of the adjacent segments; there are few biomechanical and clinical studies on Hybrid surgery, the clinical evidence level is low, and the intermediate and late results of Hybrid surgery need to be further observed.
Presentation by Professor Liu Hao
Liu Hao, West China Hospital, Sichuan University
The 18-Year Path of Exploring Artificial Cervical Discs in West China
Based on 18 years of experience, Prof. Liu has a few points to re-understand about ACDR - was ACDR introduced to replace ACDF and slow down the degeneration of the adjacent segment?
Presentation by Professor Zhou Qiang
Zhou Qiang, Third Affiliated Hospital of Chongqing Medical University
Can artificial cervical disc replacement be performed for severe degenerative cervical spondylosis?
CTDR can be applied to the treatment of a proportion of patients with severe degenerative cervical spondylosis; combined with relevant surgical techniques, CTDR can effectively restore interbody height, physiological curvature and mobility; correct postoperative functional exercises can achieve better clinical outcomes; it is an optional surgical procedure under the premise of good communication with patients and their families; follow-up of long-term efficacy period in large cases has yet to be accumulated.
Presentation by Professor Li Chungen
Li Chungen, Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Capital Medical University
Case sharing on Mobi-C artificial cervical disc replacement
Professor Li concludes with a thought: how much does heterotopic ossification affect the outcome after ACDR? With the increasing variety of prostheses available, more experience has been gained recommending no more than three artificial cervical disc prostheses for replacement. There are currently only two FDA-approved prostheses for two-segment disc replacement, and artificial cervical disc replacement is still on the way, with the hope that more bionic artificial cervical disc prostheses will soon be available.
Professor He Da's speech
He Da, Beijing Jishuitan Hospital
Analysis of the reasons for the "coldness" of artificial cervical discs
Cervical artificial disc replacement is no worse than anterior cervical fusion surgery in terms of post-operative recovery, overall treatment outcome, and other post-operative complications such as degeneration of adjacent segments, swallowing difficulties and secondary surgery. Heterotopic ossification remains the most important long-term follow-up complication after cervical artificial disc replacement, and its occurrence influences the initial choice of surgery. The types of artificial discs available, expected clinical outcomes, indications, surgical technique, and surgical efficiency are the main reasons for the current decline in the number of cervical artificial disc procedures.
Presentation by Professor Zhou Feifei
Fei-Fei Zhou, Peking University Third Hospital
Will double-segment artificial disc replacement become mainstream?
Thorough decompression and fine intervertebral management are prerequisites for good implantation; ideal/acceptable indications for artificial disc replacement based on the Chinese population need to be explored in the future; evidence-based health economics needs to be improved.
Professor Liu Yang's presentation
Liu Yang, Shanghai Changzheng Hospital
Why are we doing less and less artificial discs in the cervical spine?
Professor Liu summarised the following five points after reflection: long-term follow-up showed that the reoperation rate of CDR is lower than that of ACDF; optimisation of prosthesis design and surgical protocol should reduce the incidence of HO and spontaneous fusion; optimised CDR prosthesis and surgery should better preserve the motion of the cervical spine; long-term follow-up showed that CDR surgery or overall satisfaction is higher than that of ACDF; CDR surgery with strict control of indications still has a broad The clinical application of CDR surgery is still promising.
Presentation by Professor Wu Zixiang's team
Wu Zixiang, Xijing Hospital, Air Force Medical University
Evidence-based Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement
CDA and ACDF in a 10-year retrospective: single-segment CDA: no difference in long-term outcome from ACDF; dual-segment CDA: significantly lower long-term revision rate than ACDF; high incidence of HO in CDA but no impact on functional scores; CDA or ACDF: need to consider physician factors, patient factors, etc.
Presentation by Prof. Bayu Wang
Bayu Wang, West China Hospital, Sichuan University
Analysis of Factors Affecting the Long-term Outcome of Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement from Assessment of Lesion Segment Imaging
13 RCT Class 9 prosthesis indications: 18-60 years old; neurological or spinal cord symptoms and signs confirmed by imaging; C3-C7 single or double segment; conservative treatment for at least 6 weeks with no improvement in symptoms; progressive worsening of symptoms or signs during conservative treatment; NDI >30%.
The Congress invited dozens of discussants including Sang Hongxun from Shenzhen Hospital of Southern Medical University, Ding Lixiang from Beijing Jidan Hospital of Capital Medical University, Yao Haoqun from the First Affiliated Hospital of Nanchang University and Li Yong from Zhuhai Hospital of Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine to moderate, Su Guoyi, Yang Ting, Zang Quanjin, Cai Siyi, Ji Ye, Gu Yong, Tan Rong, Chen Zixian, Chen Jiang, Hu Lingyun, Zhou Jinyuan, Chen Lin, Kuang Lei and Li Guangzhou.
They discussed "Hybrid surgery: is the fusion-non-fusion combination appropriate? The speakers discussed the following issues: "Hybrid surgery: is the combination of fusion and non-fusion appropriate? The first factor inhibiting the development of an artificial disc? and "Artificial cervical disc replacement: does it reduce the incidence of adjacent segment degeneration? The four topics will be discussed with great interest, analyzing the mechanisms of their occurrence and methodological research, providing references that can better guide the choice of surgical treatment and techniques, promote the development and improvement of artificial cervical disc replacement, and improve treatment outcomes and patients' quality of life.
Four professors, Yu Xing from Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Zhao Yin from Shanghai Changzheng Hospital, Li Jianjiang from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chen Chao from Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine affiliated to Capital Medical University, described their difficult cases in clinical practice, combining various aspects of medical history, clinical examination and post-operative rehabilitation to demonstrate their diagnostic and treatment processes. Participating experts discussed, presented ideas and shared experiences. This event was held to further promote knowledge sharing and professional development in the field of spinal surgery medicine and to improve the quality and efficiency of treatment.
The conference brought together experts and scholars from across the country to share their experience in diagnosis and treatment and the latest research results through professional lectures and academic exchanges. The conference not only provided an important platform for academic exchange on cervical spine disease within and outside the province, but also provided strong support and promotion for the development of spinal surgery treatment and rehabilitation in the west and nationwide. We look forward to more innovations and breakthroughs in the treatment of cervical spondylosis in the future, and hope that experts and scholars will continue to come together and work together to make more contributions to the advancement of academic research and clinical practice in the field of spinal surgery.
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