Sunday, 21th January 2018 / 13:30-14:00
Sunday, 21th January 2018 / 14:00-14:30
PLENARY SESSION 1
Sunday, 21th January 2018 / 14:30-15:45
What's news in Wound healing in 2018 ?
Sunday, 21th January 2018 / 16:15-18:00
1) Volatile components and wounds
2) Mechanical determinants in scar development
3) Leg ulcer epidemiology
4) Research pressure ulcer
5) What’s new in diabétic foot managment
SESSION 1 - What’s new on biofilms ?
Monday, 22th January 2018 / 14:15-15:15
1) New interventions to treat biofilm in chronic wounds
2) Antibiofilm dressings : what’s new ?
3) How ultrasons disturb biofilm ?
4) Surgical removal of biofilm : Direct contact, Low Frequency Ultrasound
SESSION 2 - Hidradenitis suppurativa
Monday, 22th January 2018 / 15:30-16:30
1) Clinical aspects of hidradenitis suppurativa
2) Assessment of hidradenitis suppurativa
3) Surgical management of hidradenitis
4) What’s new on biotherapy in hidradenitis management
SESSION 3 - Scars
Monday, 22th January 2018 / 17:00-18:00
1) Dermal substitutes in scars
2) Surgery in scars
3) Research in scarring
4) Fat grafting in scars
SESSION 4 - Research
Tuesday, 23th January 2018 / 08:15-09:15
1) Identify bioflim with light
2) Research on wounds in China.
3) Allogenic skin grafting in burns management
4) Dressing from fish ?
SESSION 5 - Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFU)
Tuesday, 23th January 2018 / 09:45-10:45
1) Epidemiology of DFU in 2018
2) Innovative solution for DFU management
3) Use of a new dermal substitutes in DFU
4) D-Foot organisation.
SESSION 6 - Pressure ulcers (PU) and incontinence associated dermatitis (IAD)
Tuesday, 23th January 2018 / 11:00-12:00
1) New research on PU
2) GLOBIAD a tool to classify IAD.
3) Non surgical management of PU using NPT
4) Current evidence for the effectiveness of multilayer silicone dressings in the prevention of hospital acquires pressure ulcers
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