Paper Awards

The Best Paper Awards will be given for the best podium presentations at the annual CAOS-International meeting. The decision will be made by a board of referees and the awards will be presented at the end of the meeting.

 
 

Year

Awards

 

2007

-Best Clinical Paper Award (sponsored by Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen, Germany)

COMPUTER NAVIGATION IN TKR: A COMPARISON OF CT BASED, CT FREE AND CONVENTIONAL SURGERY USING ALIGNMENT, CLINICAL OUTCOME, AND RSA T. van Strien, En MJ van der Linden, E. R. Valstar, R. GHH Nelissen Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands

-Best Technical Paper Award (sponsored by DePuy Orthopädie GmbH)

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TORQUE STABILITY OF REFERENCE MARKER SYSTEMS IN COMPUTER AIDED ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY M. Citak, T. Board, D. Kendorff, Y. Sun, C. Kretttek, T. Hüfner Medical University Hannover, Germany

 

2006

-Best Clinical Paper Award (sponsored by Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen, Germany)

NAVIGATED TOATL KNEE REPLACEMENT - A COMPREHENSIVE CLINICAL STATE OF THE ART STUDY I. Ilsar, L. Joskowicz, L. Kandel, Y. Matan, M. Liebergall The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel

-Best Technical Paper Award (sponsored by Northern Digital Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada)

ACCURATE AND ROBUST RECOVERY OF DISTAL LOCKING HOLES IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED INTRAMEDULLARY NAILING OF FEMORAL FRACTURESG. Zheng, X. Zhang, D. Haschtmann, P. Gedet, F. Lanlgotz, L.-P. Nolte MEM Research Center for Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

 

2005

-Best Clinical Paper Award (sponsored by Aesculap AG & Co. KG, Tuttlingen, Germany)

TISSUE-PRESERVING COMPUTER-ASSISTED TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY - FASTER RECOVERY AND LOWER COMPLICATION RATE WITHOUT COMPROMISING ACCURACY OF CUP ORIENTATION S. B. Murphy, M. Tannast Center for Computer Assisted and Reconstructive Surgery, Boston, MA, USA

-Best Technical Paper Award (sponsored by NCCR CO-ME)

FEASIBILITY OF ULTRASOUND-INITIALIZED BONE MORPHING - EARLY EXPERIENCES AND EVALUATION OF A COMPUTER-ASSISTED SURGICAL TECHNIQUE H. Talib, K. Rajamani, J. Kowal, M. Styner, M. A. Gonzales Ballester MEM Research Center for Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

 

2004

-Best Paper Award

COMPARISON OF THR-CUP-ORIENTATION USING DIFFERENT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS M. Honl, K. Schwieger, S. Dries, C. Gauck, F. Lampe, M.M. Morlock, E. Hille, M. Wimmer Eilbeck General Hospital, Germany

 

2003

-Best Clinical Paper Award

A PORSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED VERSUS CONVENTIONAL KNEE REPLACEMENT S. K. Chauhan, R. G. Scott, J. Lloyd, J. M. Sikorski, W. Briedahl, R. A.Beaver Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Australia

-Best Scientific Paper Award

VIDEO TRACKING FOR INTRA-OPERATIVE GUIDANCE A COMPLEMENTARY SOLUTION TO TRACKING DURING CAS INTERVENTIONS J. de Siebenthal, F. Langlotz MEM Research Center for Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

 

2002

-Best Paper Award (sponsored by Northern Digital Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada)

DEFORMABLE REGISTRATION BETWEEN A STATISTICAL BONE DENSITY ATLAS AND X-RAY IMAGESJ. Yao, R. Taylor Johns Hopkins University, USA

 

2001

-Best Clinical Paper Award (sponsored by Northern Digital Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada)

CLINICAL MEASUREMENTS OF ACETABULAR COMPONENT ORIENTATION USING SURGICAL NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGIES A. M. DiGioia, J. E. Moody, R. S. LaBarca, C. Nikou, B. Jaramaz Center for Medical Robotics & Computer Assisted Surgery, UPMC Shadyside & Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

-Best Basic Science Paper Award (sponsored by Northern Digital Inc., Waterloo, ON,

Canada)ULTRASOUND BASED REGISTRATION OF THE PELVIC BONE SURFACE FOR SURGICAL NAVIGATION A. V. Amin, T. Kanade, A. M. DiGioia, B. Jaramaz, C. Nikou, R. S. LaBarca Center for Medical Robotics & Computer Assisted Surgery, UPMC Shadyside & Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

 

2000

-Best Paper Award (sponsored by Northern Digital Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada)

COMPUTER-ASSISTED PLACEMENT OF A DOUBLE-BUNDLE ACL THROUGH 3D FITTING OF A STATISTICALLY-GENERATED TEMPLATE INTO INDIVIDUAL KNEE GEOMETRY A. B. Wymenga, M. Sati, J. W. H. Luites, Y. Bourquin, L. Blankevoort, R. vd Venne, J. G. M. Kooloos H.-U. Stäubli Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and SMK-Research, St. Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen, The Netherlands M.E. Müller Institute for Biomechanics, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; Orthopaedic Research Center Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Orthopaedic Research Laboratory and Department of Anatomy and Embryology, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands;Bern, Switzerland

 
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