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Dr. Rémi CHARVET

Chirurgien de l'Épaule

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Dr. Rémi Charvet, shoulder surgeon, graduated from Arthroscopy, Orthopaedics and Traumatology department, Nancy University (Northeast France) in 2008. He worked for Lorraine University and Medical Legal Expertise, 2008-2010. He is a former hospital intern, assistant of the hospitals and head of clinic of the universities. He learned shoulder surgery and especially arthroscopy from the european pioneers Pr. Henry Coudane and Pr. Daniel Molé. Since 2010, he became the specialist of shoulder surgery in the largest private medical institute (Belledonne Clinic, Grenoble) of french Alps. He is an active member of french arthroscopy society, french shoulder and elbow surgery society. He is also an international member of american association of orthopaedic surgeons. He worked at Corela Clinic, Geneva (Switzerland), in 2015-2016 as a shoulder medico-legal expert. He attends regularly as a faculty member in shoulder meetings or mastercourses (SFA, SOFEC, Paris International Shoulder Course). As a surgical consultant and a former student of Pr. Philippe Cinquin internationaly recognized in the realm of computer and robotic assisted surgery since early 1990s, Dr. Rémi Charvet gives advice on regular basis to improve development outcomes in the future.

- Total Shoulder Arthroplasty with Exactech GPS. English subtitles.

Rémi Charvet, MD.

Presentation of GPS from BlueOrtho Exactech: the only system capable of planification and navigation: it delivers an accuracy of two millimeters and one degree to improve the position of the glenoid implant (standard and augmented baseplates). Particularly in complex cases with severe retroversion, severe glenoid wear or a very narrow glenoid vault, navigation can ensure optimal placement and fixation of the implant to reduce the risk of complications. Some cases, even simple at fist glance, have very little margin for error and given the demands that today's patients place on their implants, it is up to surgeons to maximize outcomes and durability using modern navigation technology. Furthermore it’s a dynamic system which allows appropriate gestures, for example, ream the glenoid step by step in different axis until the perfect position.

Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Exactech GPS. English subtitles.

Rémi Charvet, MD. Shoulder surgeon. Grenoble, France.

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