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Indian doctors attend in Wriezen

February 18, 2016, Wriezen

Indian doctors attend in Wriezen
Wriezen, February 18, 2016. International visit to the Wriezen hospital - on February 11 and 12, doctors from India visited the orthopedic department of the Märkisch-Oderland hospital.
Dr. B. K. Gowda from Mysore (in south-west India) and Dr. K. Reddy from Ludhiana (in the north of India) sat in on several implantations of artificial knee joints on both days. Chief Physician Dr. med. Hagen Hommel led the two visitors through his department and demonstrated his approach to this special procedure. "It is a great honor for us to receive colleagues from India and to discuss our surgical technology for the implantation of total knee arthroplasties with them," said the chief physician.
The main focus of this visit was on the exchange of experiences and the practical demonstration of the Wriezen methods. In September 2015, Dr. Hommel is on the road in China to support the colleagues there with his expertise. Important contacts are always made. With Dr. Reddy was now the President of the Indian Orthopedic Association in Wriezen. He invited Dr. Hommel invited him to give two lectures at the Indian Orthopedic Congress in Delhi in the first week of November. More than 20,000 orthopedic surgeons from all over the world are expected to attend this annual conference.

The orthopedic clinic of the Märkisch-Oderland hospital in Wriezen was certified as an endoprosthetics center for maximum care in June 2013. The prerequisite for this seal of approval is a high level of medical competence and quality of care. In April 2015, the good result was confirmed by a renewed certification. The Märkisch-Oderland hospital is one of the first in Germany to receive the "EPZ Max" certificate of maximum care from the German Society for Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery (DGOOC) due to the high number of orthopedic cases and the extensive experience of its surgeons. In total, more than 850 knee and hip endoprostheses are used in Wriezen every year.

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