Chengdu, China – On February 18, Suzhou MicroPort OrthoRecon Co., Ltd. ("MicroPort® OrthoRecon") attended the 2nd National Academic Conference in Enhanced Recovery After Arthroplasty and Chinese Research Hospital Association on Founding Conference in Joint Surgery in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, which gathered around 1,000 surgeons from 28 provinces. MicroPort® OrthoRecon was present with a booth, and introduced the standard operation method and key technical points of SuperPath™ Micro-posterior Total Hip Arthroplasty ("SuperPath™").
During the meeting, several professionals explained the SuperPath® technique in detail to the attendees. Professor Kang Sun of the Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University shared the statistical results of 100 SuperPath™ procedures, which proved that SuperPath™ effectively facilitates faster return to function for patients according to statistics of regular operative time, blood loss, postoperative recovery follow-up results. The data also show that after 30 cases of learning curve, the operator can fully master SuperPath™ technique to benefit patients. Professor Sun encouraged SuperPath™ learners never to give up halfway, and instead, to apply their knowledge to practice as practice makes perfect. Professor Bing Xia of Zhejiang Provincial People's Hospital shared the frontier technologies in the field of minimally invasive joint replacement with SuperPath™ as an example. He said:" Small incision does not equal to minimally invasive procedure. Its core concept is to protect external rotators and joint capsule by specialized technique and instrument to facilitate a faster return to function for patients."
MicroPort® OrthoRecon booth attracted a lot of surgeons who are interested in SuperPath™ to inquire for more product information. Among them, several surgeons expressed a willingness to learn more about SuperPath™ technique and perform SuperPath™ procedures in the future. By attending this conference, MicroPort® OrthoRecon increased the awareness of SuperPath™ and the "Full Function, Faster" concept, paving the way to further promote SuperPath™ in Western and Central China.