1. Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) positron emission tomography scan has a high false positive rate in suspected prosthetic joint infection. BHS 2018. Derby.
  2. Are all Modular Necks Bad? Modular neck Kinectiv® ML Taper stems have good results and does not result in increased metal ion levels at 3 years. BHS 2018. Derby.
  3. Revision THA with a dual mobility socket cemented into the Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision system for combined osteolysis and instability: Case Series. . BHS 2018. Derby.
  4. Histology of intraoperative samples does not contribute to decision making in the management of suspected prosthetic joint infections AAOS 2017. New Orleans. USA
  5. There is limited utility in measuring annual metal ion levels in asymptomatic patients with large head metal-on-metal total hip replacements after 7 years. AAOS 2017. New Orleans. USA/li>
  6. Enhanced recovery protocol reduces length of stay and post discharge analgesia requirements in lower limb arthroplasty patients. BOA 2017. Liverpool
  7. Deprivation, comorbidities and function in osteoarthritis arthroplasty patients on Merseyside. BOA 2017. Liverpool
  8. Histology does not contribute to decision making in the management of suspected prosthetic joint infections. BHS 2017. London
  9. There is limited utility in measuring annual metal ion levels in asymptomatic patients with large head metal-on-metal total hip replacements after 7 years. BHS 2017. London
  10. Understanding Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) for Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA): Is there a difference in PROMs recorded in clinic to that recoded by post: A two phase Audit. . BHS 2017. London
  11. Enhanced recovery protocol does not increase post discharge analgesia requirements and reduces length of stay in arthroplasty patients. . BHS 2017. London
  12. There is limited utility in measuring metal ion levels in asymptomatic patients with large head metal-on-metal total hip replacements after 7 years. BIOS. 2017. Carlisle.
  13. Histology of intra-operative samples does not contribute to decision making in the management of suspected prosthetic joint infections. BIOS. 2017. Carlisle.
  14. Long-Term Results Following Large Diameter Metal-On-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty – Increasing Failure Rates After 6 Years EFORT Congress Geneva 2016
  15. Outcomes Following Revision of Large Diameter Metal-On-Metal Total Hip Replacements For Adverse Local Tissue Reaction EFORT Congress Geneva 2016
  16. Does the Taper Contact Length Influence hte Incidence Of Adverse Local Tissue Reaction In Patients With Large Diameter Metal-On-Metal Total Hip Replacements? EFORT Congress Geneva 2016
  17. Pilot study to evaluate the effectiveness of the ‘Broadgreen perioperative analgesia protocol’ in lower limb arthroplasty. Royal College of Anaesthesia Summer Symposium. Brighton UK June 2016
  18. Understanding Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) for Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA): Is there a difference in PROMs recorded in clinic to that recoded by post: A two phase Audit. British Hip Society. Norfolk. 2016
  19. Outcomes Following Revision of Large Diameter Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Replacements for Adverse Local Tissue Reaction. IOS UK Liverpool. 2016
  20. Tranexamic Acid Versus Fibrin Sealant in Total Hip Replacement – A Non-Randomised Comparative Study. IOS UK Liverpool. 2016
  21. Tranexamic Acid Versus Fibrin Sealant in Total Hip Replacement. A Non-randomised Comparative Study. AAOS 2015. Las Vegas. USA.
  22. Medium term results of Metal-on-Metal Total Hip replacement: Birmingham Resurfacing XL head on Freeman femur stem. EFORT Congress 2014. October. London United Kingdom.
  23. Tranexamic acid versus fibrin sealant in total hip replacement. A non-randomised comparative study. European Hip Society. 2014. June. Stockholm. Sweden.
  24. Medium term results of Metal-on-Metal Total Hip replacement: Birmingham Resurfacing XL head on Freeman femur stem. European Hip Society. 2014. June. Stockholm.
  25. Sweden.
  26. Osteoarthritis and Function: Inflammation and Obesity. AAOS 2014. Las Vegas. USA.
  27. Primary and Revision Arthroplasty. Monocyte recruitment and scores AAOS 2014. Las Vegas. USA.
  28. Medium term results of metal on metal hybrid total hip arthroplasty: Birmingham resurfacing cup with XL head on Freeman Uncemented stem. British Hip Society. 2013. March. Exeter UK.
  29. Total Hip Arthroplasty for failed proximal femoral fracture fixation. Orthopaedic Trauma Association. 2013. Phoenix. Arizona. USA
  30. Knee closure in total knee replacement. Flexion Vs Extension. BASK 2013.
  31. Evaluation of the accuracy of the I-button for the measuring patient compliance with brace wear in Idiopathic clubfoot, SICOT 2011 XXV. Prague. September 2011
  32. Evaluation of the accuracy of the I-button for the measuring patient compliance with brace wear in Idiopathic clubfoot. A method comparison study. EFORT 2011 June Copenhagen. Denmark.
  33. Correlation between inclination of the acetabular component and metal ion levels in metal-on-metal hip resurfacing / replacement. EFORT 2011 June Copenhagen. Denmark.
  34. Metal ion levels decrease after revision for metallosis arising from large diameter metal on metal hip arthroplasty. EFORT 2011 June Copenhagen. Denmark.
  35. Metal on Metal Total Hip Replacements: North West Biochemistry Meeting. Salford. 2011.
  36. Evaluation of the accuracy of the I-button for the measuring patient compliance with brace wear in Idiopathic clubfoot, British Orthopaedics Research Society. June 2011 Cambridge. UK
  37. Metal Ion levels after revision Surgery in Metal on Metal Total hip replacements. British Hip Society. Torquay. March 2011.
  38. Blood Transfusions in Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery. EFORT 2010 Madrid. June 2010.
  39. Medium term results of the Pinnacle®[Depuy] Cup. Minimum five years follow up. British Hip Society. Manchester. March 2010
  40. Persistent internal rotation gait after de-rotation osteotomy in patients with cerebral palsy. ?Weak abductors. British Orthopaedic Association. Manchester. UK. September 2007.
  41. Are indications for revision hip replacements any different in District General Hospitals. SICOT 2007. Marrakesh. Morocco. August 2007.
  42. Comparison of MRI and CT Myelography in detecting lumbar spinal canal stenosis. Eurospine 2006. Istanbul. Turkey.
  43. Radiation exposure to the thyroid during routine orthopaedic procedures. British Orthopaedic Association. Birmingham. September2005.
  44. Exposure of the thyroid to radiation during routine orthopaedic procedures. EFFORT 2005. Lisbon. Portugal. June 2005.
  45. Plantan Plate. Early experiences with new implant. British Shoulder and Elbow Society. June 2004.
  46. In vivo force torque measurements during a routine knee arthroscopy. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. [MMVR 2003] SanDiego. USA. January 2003
  47. Computer assisted insertion of hip screw for intertrochanteric fractures. EFORT 2003. Helsinki. Finland. June 2003
  48. Computer assisted distal locking of intramedullary nails. EFORT 2003. Helsinki. Finland. June 2003
  49. In vivo force torque measurements during a knee arthroscopy. EFORT 2003. Helsinki. Finland. June 2003
  50. Flexible intramedullary nailing in paediatric forearm fractures. EFORT 2003. Helsinki. Finland. June 2003
  51. A virtual fluoroscopy system based on a small unobtrusive registration / calibration phantom. Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2002. [CARS 2002] Paris. France. June 2002
  52. A virtual fluoroscopy system and its use for image guidance in unicompartmental knee surgery. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. [MMVR 2002] California. USA January 2002.
  53. Flexible intramedullary nailing for unstable forearm fractures in children: British Orthopaedic Association. [BOA] Birmingham UK. Sept. 2001.
  54. Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgical System [CAOSS]: MedLINK 2001. Birmingham. UK. October 2001
  55. The mechanical properties of the girder Plaster of Paris back slab for the immobilisation of the elbow in children after surgery: British Orthopaedic Research Society. [BORS] Belfast. UK. April 2001
  56. Flexible intra medullary nailing in unstable forearm fractures in children: Liverpool Paediatric Club. Alderhey. Liverpool. UK February 2001
  57. Lightening the load of our children’s back slabs. House of Commons. Set for Britain 2002. Eighth National Week of Science, Engineering and Technology. London UK. 2001
  58. Short segment antero-posterior stabilisation in traumatic thoraco-lumbar injuries: Western India Regional Orthopaedic Conference. [WIROC] 1996. Bombay. India
  59. Spinal Tuberculosis: An unusual presentation: Bombay Orthopaedic Association. 1995. Bombay. India.
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