MIS IN THE WORLD 2019

56 responses

Your nationality

56 out of 56 answered

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French21% / 12 res
2
Brazilian8% / 5 res
3
Moroccan7% / 4 res
4
American5% / 3 res
5
Belgian5% / 3 res
6
German5% / 3 res
7
Spanish5% / 3 res
8
Argentinian3% / 2 res
9
English1% / 1 res
10
Japanese1% / 1 res
11
Chinese0% / 0 res
12
Other67% / 38 res

Sex

56 out of 56 answered

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Male91% / 51 res
2
Female8% / 5 res

Your practice

56 out of 56 answered

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Private66% / 37 res
2
Both26% / 15 res
3
Public19% / 11 res
4
University12% / 7 res
5
Other0% / 0 res

How did you discover percutaneous surgery (PS)?

55 out of 56 answered

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Conference38% / 21 res
2
Friend30% / 17 res
3
Literature9% / 5 res
4
Website5% / 3 res
5
Company3% / 2 res
6
Other25% / 14 res

How did you learn PS?

54 out of 56 answered

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Course + Cadaver Lab61% / 33 res
2
Fellowship27% / 15 res
3
Books / Literature5% / 3 res
4
Conference3% / 2 res
5
Theorical course1% / 1 res
6
As a registrar0% / 0 res
7
Other0% / 0 res

How did you start?

56 out of 56 answered

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Alone57% / 32 res
2
With an experimented surgeon (in PS)26% / 15 res
3
With colleague16% / 9 res

What was your first interest?

56 out of 56 answered

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First ray26% / 15 res
2
DMMO + toe25% / 14 res
3
Forefoot16% / 9 res
4
All14% / 8 res
5
Lesser metatarsal DMMO10% / 6 res
6
Lesser toe7% / 4 res
7
Hindfoot0% / 0 res
8
Midfoot0% / 0 res

If you started with 1 topic only, when did you move to the next steps?

30 out of 56 answered

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I did not100% / 30 res

Was taking up a new technique

55 out of 56 answered

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Easy52% / 29 res
2
Difficult41% / 23 res
3
Very difficult5% / 3 res
4
Impossible0% / 0 res

Have you experienced difficulty introducing new techniques?

47 out of 56 answered

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from colleagues55% / 26 res
2
from your national F&A society27% / 13 res
3
from hospital management19% / 9 res
4
from outside of your hospital14% / 7 res
5
from funding sources (insurance or government)12% / 6 res

When introducing a new technique, do you think

54 out of 56 answered

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You must attend a cadaveric course first79% / 43 res
2
You should inform the patient you'll be operating with this new technique14% / 8 res
3
You should follow your national guidelines (if relevant)5% / 3 res
4
You need to inform your hospital management when introducing a new technique0% / 0 res

Do you think GRECMIP should offer guidelines on developing new MIS techniques? If YES, would you consider recommending:

54 out of 56 answered

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to attend a GRECMIP approved course before taking up any technique55% / 30 res
2
to establish some universal guidelines by introducing new techniques24% / 13 res
3
to establish a framework to share outcomes on MIS surgery (subject to data protection laws)18% / 10 res
4
support for funding recognition1% / 1 res

What was your difficulty to start with?

55 out of 56 answered

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Learning curve67% / 37 res
2
Material such as power tools and burrs36% / 20 res
3
Access to Cadaver Lab to practice30% / 17 res
4
Animosity from colleagues16% / 9 res
5
Practice14% / 8 res
6
Support from you own society10% / 6 res
7
Support from hospital7% / 4 res
8
Support from company or colleague3% / 2 res

Do you have Guidelines for PS in your country?

55 out of 56 answered

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No76% / 42 res
2
Yes23% / 13 res

What is your daily practice like?

55 out of 56 answered

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I perform a mixed surgery (PS and MIS) in Hallux52% / 29 res
2
I perform everything PS36% / 20 res
3
I only perform lesser ray9% / 5 res
4
I only perform first ray1% / 1 res

First ray procedure / Reverdin Isham (your % in "Other")

54 out of 56 answered

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No59% / 32 res
2
Yes33% / 18 res
3
Other14% / 8 res

First ray procedure / Percutaneous Chevron (your % in "Other")

46 out of 56 answered

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Yes54% / 25 res
2
No41% / 19 res
3
Other8% / 4 res

First ray procedure / Basal Osteotomy (your % in "Other")

48 out of 56 answered

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No62% / 30 res
2
Yes31% / 15 res
3
Other12% / 6 res

First ray procedure / Lapidus (your % in "Other")

46 out of 56 answered

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No73% / 34 res
2
Yes19% / 9 res
3
Other13% / 6 res

First ray procedure / 1st MTP Fusion (your % in "Other")

47 out of 56 answered

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No57% / 27 res
2
Yes36% / 17 res
3
Other12% / 6 res

First ray procedure / Percutaneous Scarf (your % in "Other")

52 out of 56 answered

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No88% / 46 res
2
Yes9% / 5 res
3
Other3% / 2 res

First ray procedure / Open Procedure (your % in "Other")

46 out of 56 answered

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Yes47% / 22 res
2
No43% / 20 res
3
Other17% / 8 res

Your technique on Lesser Metatarsal / DMMO (your % in "Other")

47 out of 56 answered

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Yes93% / 44 res
2
No0% / 0 res
3
Other12% / 6 res

Your technique on Lesser Metatarsal / WEIL (your % in "Other")

50 out of 56 answered

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No56% / 28 res
2
Yes38% / 19 res
3
Other12% / 6 res

Your technique on Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure (your % in "Other")

49 out of 56 answered

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Yes91% / 45 res
2
No2% / 1 res
3
Other12% / 6 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / P1 Basal closing wedge

55 out of 56 answered

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Plantar approach54% / 30 res
2
Dorsal approach45% / 25 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / PIP Fusion

47 out of 56 answered

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With dressing68% / 32 res
2
With K-wire31% / 15 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / P2 Osteotomy

55 out of 56 answered

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Yes89% / 49 res
2
No10% / 6 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / Isolated flexor brevis section (your % in "Other")

55 out of 56 answered

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Yes67% / 37 res
2
No32% / 18 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / Isolated flexor longus section (your % in "Other")

55 out of 56 answered

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Yes54% / 30 res
2
No45% / 25 res

Lesser Toes / Percutaneous procedure / Both (your % in "Other")

54 out of 56 answered

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Yes83% / 45 res
2
No16% / 9 res

Lesser Toes / Open procedure (your % in "Other")

50 out of 56 answered

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No76% / 38 res
2
Yes20% / 10 res
3
Other8% / 4 res

Lesser Toes / Open procedure

36 out of 56 answered

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PIP implant fusion75% / 27 res
2
Tendon transfer25% / 9 res