PRS Tech Talks

                          

 

Robotic-assisted Surgery

9:30 – 10:15 a.m.
Saturday, September 24
Los Angeles Convention Center, Exhibit Hall (Booth 1447)
Speaker: Jesse Selber

Although robotic surgery has spread throughout many of the surgical subspecialties, it is a late comer to plastic surgery. The applications of robotics in plastic surgery, including robotic microsurgery, robotic muscle harvest, and trans oral robotic surgery, will be discussed, along with indication, techniques and outcomes.
Google Glass for Plastic Surgeons

3:15 – 3:45 p.m.
Saturday, September 24
Los Angeles Convention Center, Exhibit Hall (Booth 1447)
Speaker: Lorne Rosenfield

Google Glass has the exciting potential to become a ubiquitous and transformative technological tool within clinical plastic surgery. With the ongoing development of application specific software, Glass will positively impact all aspects of health care delivery, particularly medical documentation, and patient safety. But, right now, as plastic surgeons, Google Glass’s video capability represents a powerfully practical tool as a coach for self-education and as trainer for resident/surgeon education.
Social Media for the Plastic Surgeon

9:30 – 10:15 a.m.
Sunday, September 25
Los Angeles Convention Center, Exhibit Hall (Booth 1447)
Speaker: Heather Furnas

How is social media useful for the plastic surgeon? Do Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram help your practice, or are they a waste of time? Find out how you can effectively use social media, how to measure its impact on your practice, and how it can enhance your professional life.
Augmented Reality and Plastic Surgery

9:30 – 10:15 a.m.
Monday, September 26
Los Angeles Convention Center, Exhibit Hall (Booth 1447)
Speaker: Jonathan Kanevsky

Augmented reality is quickly becoming a technology that’s present in everyday use. This talk will focus on the different devices and approaches available to integrating augmented reality into clinical practice. Hololens and other augmented reality modalities will be demonstrated and discussed.