2011 Poster Abstracts

3. ENTERIC FISTULA IN THE OPEN ABDOMEN

4. WITHDRAWN

5. USE OF TNP (TOPICAL NEGATIVE PRESSURE) AND DERMOTENSION AT VICTIMS WITH EXTENSIVE TRAUMAS OF SOFT TISSUE TRAUMATIC AND INFLAMMATIONNECROTIC ORIGINS

6. MANAGEMENT OF AVULASED SKIN FLAP INJURY USING FULL-THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT

7. HEALTH ECONOMIC RESULTS IN TREATMENT COSTS BY USING POLYURETHANE TO TREAT SEVERE NECROSIS

8. WITHDRAWN

9. USE OF SILIVER CONTAINING WOUND DRESSINGS AFTER LATE NECRECTOMY IN THE PATIENTS WITH DEEP BURNS

10. MANAGEMENT OF CHALLENGING WOUNDS IN THE PEDIATRIC AGE GROUP

12. RECONSTRUCTIVE OPERATIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF MECHANICAL WOUNDS WITH EXTENSIVE SKIN DEFECT

13. POLYMERIC MEMBRANE DRESSINGS IMPROVE DONOR SITE OUTCOMES: 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON 800 CASES

14. OUR APPROACHES TO PRESERVING THE COSMETIC AND FUNCTIONAL RESULTS OF GENITAL DEFECT CASES

15. MICROBIAL CELLULOSE DRESSING IN THE TREATMENT OF SUPERFICIAL DERMAL BURNS

16. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF MICROBIAL CELLULOSE DRESSING* IN THE TREATMENT OF BURNS AND DONOR SITES

17. A PROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE OF A POLYACRYLATE-SUPERABSORBER SATURATED WITH RINGER SOLUTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF SUPERFICIAL AND PARTIAL TO FULL THICKNESS BURNS

20. EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUSLY INJECTED SUBSTANCE P ON WOUND HEALING OF FULL THICKNESS SKIN WOUNDS IN THE RABBIT EAR

21. INGROWTHS OF FIBROBLASTS INTO LARGE-PORED FOAMS DURING NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY (NPWT) CAN BE INHIBITED IN VITRO USING A DRAINAGE FOIL

22. EFFICACY OF PROBIOTIC STRAINS LACTOBACILLUS CASEI AND L PLANTARUM IN ALTERING AN INFECTED WOUND: BIOFILMS VS PLANKTONIC PHENOTYPES

23. A COMPARISON OF THE EFFICACY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF SILVER CONTAINING WOUND DRESSINGS EVALUATED WITH FLOW CYTOMETRY (FC)

26. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TWO DIFFERENT POLYURETHANE FOAM TYPES FOR NPWT TREATMENT IN A PORCINE WOUND HEALING MODEL

27. EFFICACY OF ACORUS CALAMUS EXTRACT ON DERMAL WOUND HEALING IN RATS

28. TISSUE TOLERANCE ANALYSIS OF TWO DIFFERENT POLYURETHANE FOAM TYPES FOR THE USE IN NPWT TREATMENT IN A PORCINE WOUND HEALING MODEL

29. A HISTOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION OF FIBRIN TISSUE IN VENOUS LEG ULCERS

30. IN VITRO EFFECT OF THE PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA QUORUM SENSING SIGNAL MOLECULE, N-(3-OXODODECANOYL) HOMOSERINE LACTONE, ON KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION

31. THE PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA QUORUM SENSING SIGNAL MOLECULE, N-(3-OXODODECANOYL) HOMOSERINE LACTONE, INDUCES MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE EXPRESSION VIA MAPK/ AP-1 PATHWAY IN RAT FIBROBLAST

32. THE DISRUPTION OF BIOFILMS OF PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA WITH HONEY*

33. ENZYME ALGINOGEL: A NEW CLASS IN WOUND HEALING THAT MANAGES BACTERIAL LOAD AND BIOFILM WHILE SUPPORTING SKIN CELL PROLIFERATION

34. GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF FAECAL INCONTINENCE & DIARRHOEA

35. NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY IN WOUND MANAGEMENT: A PATIENTS’ PERSPECTIVE

36. AN EVALUATE OF WOUND HEALING FOLLOWING THE APPLICATION OF A UNIQUE, PROPRIETARY SEQUENCE OF LOW INTENSITY ELECTRICAL CURRENT ON COMPLICATED VENOUS LEG ULCERS WOUNDS CLINICALLY CLASSIFIED AS NON-HEALING

37. ACCELERATED WOUND HEALING BY USE OF COMBINED NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY AND INTERMITTENT PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION

38. EVALUATION OF A SOFT SILICONE SEALANT ON PATIENTS RECEIVING NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY

39. THE USE OF ELECTRICAL STOCHASTIC NOISE STIMULATION IN THE TREATMENT OF “HARD TO HEAL” WOUNDS OF LOWER LIMBS

40. INTERFACE PRESSURES – A REPORT ON THE CONTACT PRESSURES ACHIEVED ON A NEW 3 CELL CYCLE ALTERNATING PRESSURE MATTRESS

41. THE IGNORED RISK. CONNECTION ERRORS BETWEEN MEDICAL DEVICES

42. PROMOTION OF WOUND CLEANSING AND ACCELERATION OF HEALING BY ANTIMICROBIAL SORPTION

43. MILITARY APPLICATIONS OF SILVER-NYLON WOUND DRESSINGS

46. COMBINED ULTRASOUND AND ELECTRIC FIELD STIMULATION INCREASES THE RATE OF WOUND CLOSURE

47. COMPLICATED WOUNDS WITH OPENED JOINTS OR EXPOSED BONES – THERAPY WITH ELECTROSTIMULATION COMBINED WITH MOIST WOUND HEALING

48. A NEW CONCEPT FOR CONTROLLED NEGATIVE PRESSURE (CNP) THERAPY IN THE “OPEN ABDOMEN, AN ANIMAL STUDY

49. EFFICIENCY OF LOCAL WOUND TREATMENT BY COMBINING POLYMERIC MEMBRANE DRESSINGS AND NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY

50. ACOUSTIC PRESSURE WAVES IN THE TREATMENT OF PRESSURE SORES

52. BENEFITS OF ANALYSIS OF BLOOD MORPHOLOGY IN THE EVALUATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISTROPHYC EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA (EB)

54. DELIVERY OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE USING HIGH FREQUENCY SOUND WAVES

55. EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF THE SPRAY PATTERN AND OTHER ISSUES RELATED TO APPLICATION THAT MAY IMPACT THE COST OF THREE FILM FORMING SPRAYS

56. A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED MULTI-CENTER STUDY ON WOUND CLEANSING AND HEALING EFFICACY OF A BIOCELLULOSE DRESSING COMPARED TO A BIO-CELLULOSE DRESSING + PHMB IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS

57. THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH STAGNATING DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS USING A COLLAGEN DRESSING

59. EVALUATION OF WOUND RESIDENCE PROPERTIES AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF NON-DRUG-LOADED PVABORAX PUTTY IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS FOR POTENTIAL DRUG DELIVERY

64. OFFLOADING ALLOWING FOR MOBILIZATION IN POSTSURGICAL REHABILITATION OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCER PATIENTS

65. THE APPLICATION OF WOUND DRESSINGS AND NPWT FOR PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS

66. MECHANISMS BY WHICH HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY MAY RESOLVE INFLAMMATION

68. DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT OF A NARROW WIDTH ENHANCED-STRENGTH FILLER DRESSING

69. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL DRESSING FOR HAND BURNS

70. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF A COLLAGENCONTAINING WOUND DRESSING IN A CELL-BASED INFLAMMATION MODEL IN VITRO

71. COMPARISON OF THE ANTIMICROBIAL EFFECT OF PHMBAND SILVER-CONTAINING WOUND DRESSINGS USING DIFFERENT IN VITRO TEST METHODS

72. USE OF HONEY* ON THE SECOND DEGREE’S BURNS

73. TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WITH LOCAL BURNS WITH LIPIDO-COLLOIDAL WOUND DRESSINGS

74. INTEREST OF THE SUPERABSORBANT DRESSING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HIGHLY EXUDATIVE WOUNDS

75. ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL TOLERABILITY AND WOUND HEALING PROPERTIES OF FIRST AID DRESSINGS IN SENSITIVE, MATURE SKIN INCLUDING DIABETICS IN A SUCTION BLISTER WOUND MODELINTEREST OF THE SUPERABSORBANT DRESSING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HIGHLY EXUDATIVE WOUNDS

76. POSTOPERATIVE HYDROFIBER WOUND DRESSING REPLACEMENT IN CARDIAC SURGERY

77. ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF A SILVER-CONTAINING ALGINATE WOUND DRESSING

78. THE ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF A SILVER ALGINATE DRESSING ON BURN WOUND ISOLATES

79. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN TREATING PAINFUL CHRONIC LEG ULCERS WITH AN IBUPROFEN RELEASING FOAM DRESSING

80. THE ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF SILVER DRESSINGS ON BURN ISOLATES GROWN WITHIN THE BIOFILM PHENOTYPIC STATE

81. AN ASSESSMENT OF A SELF-ADHERENT SOFT SILICONE DRESSING IN POST-OPERATIVE WOUND CARE FOLLOWING HIP AND KNEE ARTHROPLASTY

82. IN-VITRO AND HEALTHY HUMAN STUDIES ASSESS FOAM ADHESIVE DRESSING BREATHABILITY AND FLUID HANDLING PROPERTIES

83. THE WOUND DEBRIDER – A NEW FIBRE TECHNOLOGY: RESULTS OF A PILOT STUDY

84. WOUND MANAGEMENT AFTER THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PSEUDOSYNDACTYLY OF EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA

85. IN VITRO TEST OF THREE FOAM DRESSINGS WITH SILICONE ADHESIVE: FLUID HANDLING CAPACITY WITH AND WITHOUT COMPRESSION

86. EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF COMPRESSION THERAPY ON FOAM DRESSING PERFORMANCE

87. DEVELOPING A MORE RELAVENT TEST SYSTEM TO EVALUATE DRESSING PERFORMANCE

88. FLUID UPTAKE, SPREADING AND RETENTION CAPACITY OF FOAM DRESSINGS ON AN INCLINED PLANE

89. SILVER DRESSINGS – DO THEY WORK?

90. AN IN VITRO MODEL TO EVALUATE THE ABILITY OF COLLAGEN/ ORC/ SILVER TO REDUCE INFLAMMATORY PROTEASE ACTIVITY COMPARED WITH OTHER DRESSINGS

91. FROM MATERIAL SCIENCE TO CLINICAL APPLICATION – A NOVEL FOAM DRESSING FOR THE TREATMENT OF GRANULATING WOUNDS

92. AN OPEN, PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED, MULTI-CENTRE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A HYDROCELLULAR SILICONE FOAM DRESSING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EXUDING CHRONIC AND ACUTE WOUNDS

93. MANAGEMENT OF FUNGATING WOUNDS RELATED TO BREAST CANCER

94. EVALUATION OF A NEW NON-ADHERING SILICONE WOUND CONTACT LAYER* FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF DRY TO HEAVILY EXUDING WOUNDS

95. TWO-STAGE TREATMENT USING CALCIUM SODIUM ALGINATE DRESSING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPLITTHICKNESS SKIN GRAFT DONOR SITES

96. WHAT ABOUT THE SUPERABSORBANT DRESSING FOR MANAGING EXUDATES?

97. AN OPEN, PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL IN-MARKET EVALUATION OF A MODERN SILICONE FOAM DRESSING

98. A COMPARISON OF THE IN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF IODOFORM GAUZE AND SILVER-CONTAINING SODIUM CARBOXYMETHYL CELLULOSE WOUND DRESSINGS

99. A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ULCERS USING A NEW ACRYLIC GEL COATED TRANSPARENT DRESSING

100. A COMPARISON OF STANDARD PRACTICE VS THE JUBILEE METHOD FOLLOWING C-SECTION IN A MATERNITY HOSPITAL

101. A UNIQUE SOLUTION TO AN AGE OLD PROBLEM

102. BIOCELLULOSE WOUND DRESSING WITH PHMB* IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CUTANEOUS LESIONS TREATED WITH DERMIC SUBSTITUTES

103. AN EASY, EFFECTIVE AND ALMOST PAINLESS WAY TO DEBRIDE AND HEAL ARTERIAL ULCERS

104. AN ANTIMICROBIAL DRESSING WITHOUT ANTISEPTIC OR ANTIBIOTIC AGENTS – PRACTICAL ISSUES AND SAFETY

105. CAN HYDROACTIVE POLYESTER CLOTHES REDUCE WOUND COLONIZATION ENOUGH?

106. IS THE NEGATIVE PRESSURE ACTIVE CLOSURE METHOD EFFECTIVE IN DECREASING THE SUTURE DEHISCENCE?

108. A LESS PAINFUL DRESSING AND POLARIZED LIGHT (480-3400NM) IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS

109. HONEY DRESSINGS: A HYPE WHICH BECAME A FIXED VALUE

110. TWO STEPS THERAPY OF POST-ABDOMINOPLASTY CUTANEOUS DEHISCENCES

111. POLIHEXANIDE-CONTAINING VERSUS SILVER WOUND DRESSINGS – RESULTS OF A CONTROLLED, RANDOMIZED, PROSPECTIVE, MULTICENTRIC COMPARATIVE STUDY

112. EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF AN ADVANCED WOUND DRESSING

113. CAN A WOUND DRESSING EVER SUBSTITUTE FOR NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY?

114. EVALUATION OF TISSUE REPAIR PROPERTIES OF A NEWLY AVAILABLE WOUND DRESSING

115. SKIN DAMAGE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT: EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE USING AN ALCOHOL FREE BARRIER FILM

116. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ELECTRONIC MICROCURRENT DEVICE IN MANAGING CHRONIC NON-HEALING VENOUS LEG ULCERS IN THE UK

117. UTILISING THE TNP (TOPICAL NEGATIVE PRESSURE) VIA SYSTEM TO FACILIATE EARLY DISCHARGE – COST ANALYSIS

119. UNDER PRESSURE: EFFECTS OF STANDARDIZATION OF COMPRESSION THERAPY IN VENOUS LEG ULCERS IN NURSING

120. GETTING PAST “WE’VE ALWAYS DONE IT THIS WAY” IMPLEMENTING BEST PRACTICE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SKIN TEARS

121. WOUND CARE KNOWLEDGE IN DIFFERENT GROUPS OF NURSES

122. COMPREHENSIVE OUTPATIENT CLINIC CARE OF PATIENTS WITH VASCULAR ULCERS OF LOWER LIMBS: MULTIDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF CASES

123. UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING RADIOTHERAPY INDUCED SKIN REACTIONS

124. HOW PARTNERSHIP WORKING WITH INDUSTRY CAN SUPPORT INNOVATIVE SERVICE DESIGN WITHIN A COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE TRUST

125. PUBLICATION TRENDS IN WOUND CARE COMPARED TO BREAST CANCER

126. PREVENTION, EVALUATION AND OBSERVATION OF THE SKIN

127. IMPROVEMENT IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MATERIAL AND HEALTH CURES FOR WOUND FIRST STORES IN PRIMARY HEALTH CENTERS OF BARCELONA

128. THE WOUNDWATCH (WUNDUHR) – A PATHFINDER IN MODERN WOUND TREATMENT

129. PREVENTION OF ACUTE RADIODERMATITIS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADIOTHERAPY ONCOLOGIC: A REVIEW

130. PROTOCOL FOR TREATMENT OF WOUNDS (GPTF)

131. LITERATURE REVIEW ON SKIN LESIONS BY CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC EXTRAVASATION

132. BACTERIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF LEG AND DECUBITUS ULCERS OF INPATIENTS FROM THE SÃO PAULO STATE PENITENTIARY HOSPITAL

133. IN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SILVERCONTAINING ABSORBENT WOUND DRESSINGS USING SIMULATED WOUNDS MODELS

134. THE IN VITRO SUSCEPTIBILITY OF EMERGING ‘SUPERBUGS’ TO A SILVER-CONTAINING SODIUM CARBOXYMETHYL CELLULOSE WOUND DRESSING

135. THE INFLUENCE OF POLYHEXANIDE ON THE GROUP B STREPTOCOCCAL WITH DIFFERENT PATHOGENICITY

136. PHMB: A NEW TREATMENT FOR SUPERINFECTED WOUNDS?

137. A NEW TREATMENT OF THE “OPEN ABDOMEN” WITH CONTROLLED NEGATIVE PRESSURE AND A NEW DEVICE*

138. EFFECT OF SILVER DRESSINGS ON PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA BIOFILM

139. MICROSURGICAL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS OF LOWER EXTREMITIES USING TWO STAGE DEBRIDEMENT AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM

140. NOVEL BIOMARKERS FOR THE DETECTION OF WOUND INFECTION BY WOUND FLUID RT-PCR IN RATS

141. DACC IN INFECTED WOUNDS

142. IODINE ANTISEPTICS ELIMINATE BIOFILM FORMED IN VITRO BY CHRONIC WOUND BACTERIA

143. MRSA SCREENING: ROLE OF THE OCTENIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH SKIN DISEASE AND CHRONIC WOUNDS

144. PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA SEEMS TO BE ABLE TO ADAPT TO TREATMENT WITH MEDICAL HONEY

145. EFFICACY OF MELALEUCA (TEA TREE) OIL, ALOE VERA AND HONEY* ON STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA BIOFILM RESIDING BACTERIA

146. RESULTS OF AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY WITH NPWTI – RESULTS IN INFECTED SOFT TISSUE WOUNDS

147. RESULTS OF AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY WITH NPWTI IN INFECTED ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANTS

148. OUR CLINICAL EXPERIENCE USING A NEW CELLULOSE DRESSING WITH POLIEXAMETYLENBIGUANIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF DIFFICULT WOUNDS

149. EFFICACY OF A TWO-COMPONENT COMPRESSION SYSTEM FOR THE THERAPY OF VENOUS LEG ULCERS

150. THE EFFECTS OF CLEANSING WITH POLIHEXANIDE AND BETAINE VERSUS NORMAL SALINE ON VENOUS LEG ULCERS: A PROSPECTIVE, COMPARATIVE COHORT STUDY

151. A NATIONAL SURVEY OF THE NURSING PRACTICE OF THE TREATMENT OF HYPERKERATOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH VENOUS HYPERTENSION

152. A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO THE ONGOING ASSESSMENT OF ARTERIAL DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH HEALED VENOUS LEG ULCERS

153. A COMPARATIVE PILOT STUDY EVALUATING TWO TYPES OF UNDER PADDING APPLIED WITH SHORT STRETCH COMPRESSION BANDAGES

154. PILOT STUDY ON STAGNATING VENOUS LEG ULCER PATIENTS TREATED WITH A COLLAGEN DRESSING AND A READY TO WEAR TUBULAR COMPRESSION SYSTEM

155. PILOT STUDY EVALUATING A BIO-CELLULOSE DRESSING AND A TUBULAR COMPRESSION SYSTEM ON VENOUS LEG ULCER PATIENTS IN A NURSING HOME SETTING

156. MANAGEMENT OF A CHRONIC VENOUS LEG ULCER USING A TWO-LAYER VENOUS COMPRESSION SYSTEM

159. CLINICAL EXPERIENCES OF A PROTEASE MODULATING DRESSING IN AN ACUTE SETTING

160. THE APPLICATION OF CNP-THERAPY AND COMPRESSION THERAPY DURING THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH TROPHIC ULCERS IN THE BACKGROUND OF VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

161. THE USE OF A HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE WITH TOPICAL OXYGEN IN VASCULAR COMPROMISED WOUNDS

162. EXUDATE MANAGEMENT OF HARD TO HEAL VENOUS LEG ULCER WITH A FIBER DRESSING

163. THE TREATMENT OF VENOUS LEG ULCERS WITH DICHLORIDE OCTENIDYNE

164. COMPARIRING TWO ANTIMICROBIAL DRESSINGS CONTROLLED STUDY

165. CHRONIC WOUNDS – TREATMENT POSSIBILITIES OF THE AREA SURROUNDING THE WOUND – WITH ZINC-HYALURONATE + GEL?

166. TUBE SUPPLEMENTATION WITH ARGININ, GLUTAMIN AND BETA HYDROXYMETHYLBUTIRATE (SSHMB) CAN IMPROVE PRESSURE ULCER HEALING AND REDUCE FREQUENCY OF DRESSING CHANGES

167. DELIVERING POSITIVE OUTCOMES FROM NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY

170. TRIAL OF A NEW METHODOLOGY FOR THE EVALUATION OF A DRESSING MEDICAL DEVICE BY THE NURSING PROFESSION USING AN INTERNET PANEL: THE QIPI STUDY

171. KNOWLEDGE, WOUND MANAGEMENT BEHAVIORS, AND SELF- EFFICACY OF MALIGNANT FUNGATING WOUND AMONG CLINICAL NURSE IN AN ONCOLOGY NURSES

173. EXPERIENCE SHARING FOR: COMMUNICATION BY TELEMEDICINE BETWEEN PATIENTS WITH WOUNDS, COMMUNITY NURSES, GP AND HILLEROED HOSPITAL WOUNDCARETEAM OF DOCTORES

174. A CROSS-SECTIONAL DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF PRESSURE ULCER PREVALENCE IN THE LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS IN TAIWAN

175. A STUDY ON SKIN TEAR PREVALENCE AND RELATED RISK FACTORS IN THE LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS IN TAIWAN

176. PREVALENCE AND PREDICTORS OF INCONTINENCEASSOCIATED DERMATITIS AMONG ADULT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT PATIENTS

177. OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ON A NOVEL BI-ELASTIC SHORT STRETCH BANDAGE FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

178. MINI SKINGRAFT IN WOUNDTERAPI

179. THE USE OF A NEW FLEXIBLE LIPIDOCOLLOID DRESSING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FRAGILE SKIN

180. THE CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING NEW TREATMENT REGIMES IN A HOSPITAL SETTING

181. A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND WASH-OFF RESISTANCE OF FOUR DIMETHICONE-BASED SKIN BARRIER CREAMS

182. A BENCH STUDY TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL OF VARIOUS SKIN PROTECTANT PRODUCTS TO INTERFERE WITH BRIEF ABSORPTION

183. A MOTORIZED SLIDING SLED APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THE COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION OF HUMAN SKIN IN VIVO

184. A COMPARISON OF THE DURABILITY OF FOUR BARRIER FILM PRODUCTS OVER A 72 HOUR PERIOD ON HUMAN VOLUNTEERS

185. COMPARING THE USE OF SOAP AND WATER IN CLEANSING INCONTINENT DAMAGED SKIN WITH AN EMOLLIENT SKIN CLEANSER IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

186. CLINICAL EFFICACY OF A SPECIAL FIBRE CONTAINING WOUND DEBRIDEMENT PRODUCT* IN A MULTICENTER REAL LIFE STUDY

187. CARING FOR A TEAR IN THE SKIN OF AN ELDERLY PERSON USING AN AUTOGRAFT

188. ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC ACIDS IN THE WOUND EXUDATE FROM MALIGNANT FUNGATING WOUNDS RELATED TO BREAST CANCER

190. EVALUATION OF CLINICAL OUTCOMES AND KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF A NEW NO-STING BARRIER FILM AND BARRIER CREAM IN A UK PRIMARY CARE TRUST

193. HEALING OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC WOUNDS: LYMPHATICS MAY MATTER

194. AN IBUPROFEN-RELEASING FOAM DRESSING PROVIDED CLINICALLY RELEVANT PAIN RELIEF FOR EXUDING, PAINFUL, CHRONIC AND TRAUMATIC WOUNDS OF DIFFERENT AETIOLOGIES

195. A DRESSING THAT REDUCES PAIN NOT ONLY AT DRESSING CHANGES BUT ALSO DURING WEAR TIME!

196. CONTROL OF PAIN IN THE TREATMENT OF RADIODERMATITIS GRADES II AND III IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADIOTHERAPY ONCOLOGIC HEAD AND NECK

197. EFFECTIVENESS OF A MULTI-FACETED TAILORED STRATEGY TO IMPLEMENT A COMPUTER-TAILORED PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION PROTOCOL IN NURSING HOME WARDS: A CLUSTER-RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

198. PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF GRANULATION TISSUE COLOR BY DIGITAL IMAGE ANALYSIS FOR PRESSURE ULCER HEALING IN A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

199. A NEW APPROACH TO SACRAL PRESSURE ULCER MANAGEMENT IN INCONTINENT PATIENTS

200. ASSESSMENT OF A NEW, INNOVATIVE PRESSURE ULCER RISK TOOL

202. FACTORS RELATED TO THE KNOWLEDGE AND PREVENTIVE BEHAVIORS OF PRESSURE ULCER BY LONG TERN CARE NURSES

203. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH IMPACT ACTIONS WITHIN A UK NHS PRIMARY CARE TRUST

204. COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS IN COMPARING ALGINATE SILVER DRESSING WITH SILVER ZINC SULFADIAZINE CREAM IN TREATMENT OF PRESSURE ULCERS

205. PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENT WITH PRESSURE ULCER IN GERMAN GENERAL PRACTICE

207.RISK FACTORS OF PRESSURE ULCER DEVELOPMENT AMONG PATIENTS AFTER LOWER LIMB AMPUTATION

208. EVALUATING DRESSINGS FOR THE PREVENTION OF FACIAL PRESSURE ULCERS CAUSED BY THE APPLICATION OF NONINVASIVE POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATOR PATIENTS: A PILOT STUDY

209. PRESSURE ULCERS IN PEDIATRICS VS GERIATRICS SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCES

210. A SURVEY OF PREVALENCE IN DIFFERENT SETTING OF CARE

211. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PREVENTION OF BLISTERING IN POST OPERATIVE WOUNDS

212. THE ROLE OF THE UNQUALIFIED NURSE IN CARING FOR PATIENTS WITH HEALED VENOUS ULCERS

213. EFFECTS ON AIR MATTRESS PRESSURE REDISTRIBUTION CAUSED BY DIFFERENCES IN BED MAKING

214. RELRATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE MACERATED SKIN MORPHOLOGY AND THE HYDRATION STATES OF THE STRATUM CORNEUM AND DERMIS ON THE BUTTOCKS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH INCONTINENCE

215. CAN INTRELESIONARY VERAPAMIL BE AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRIAMCINOLONE IN THE TREATMENT OF HYPERTROPHIC SCARS?

216. INNER TUBE OVERLAY: AN ADDED VALUE?

218. RADIODERMATITIS PREVENTION IN PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER

219. IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OEDEMA AND LYMPHOEDEMA PARTNERSHIP WITH INDUSTRY

221. THE TORONTO SYMPTOM ASSESSMENT SYSTEM FOR WOUNDS (TSAS-W)

227. CLASSIFICATION OF RISK WOUNDS, SCORING OF RISK WOUNDS AND OTHER ANTIMICROBIAL TREATMENT USING POLYHEXANIDE – AN EXPERT RECOMMENDATION*

228. IMPROVEMENT OF 3D LASER MEASUREMENT OF LEG ULCERS

229. HISTOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF VENOUS LEG ULCERS TREATED WITH AMELOGENIN

233. EFFECTIVENESS OF HONEY DRESSING VS SILVER DRESSING IN CITY AND HACKNEY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICE

234. DOES A HIGH CAPACITY ABSORBANT BOOT RISE TO THE CHALLENGE OF ‘LEAKY LEGS’? A PRODUCT EVALUATION

235. A RARE CASE OF VERRUCOUS CARCINOMA OF THE FOOT INITIALLY TREATED AS AN INFECTION

236. A SERIES OF CASE STUDIES EVALUATING THE USE OF A CONFORMABLE ANTIMICROBIAL DRESSING WITH CHALLENGING WOUNDS

237. PALLIATIVE CARE WITH A POLIHEXANIDE CONTAINING BIO-CELLULOSE DRESSING IN SIX PATIENTS WITH ULCERATING TUMORS

238. SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF CRITICAL CALVES ULCERATION. CASE REPORT

239. DIABETIC FOOT CONCEPT: INTEGRATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY (NPWT) INTO OUR TREATMENT STRATEGY

240. SEVERE DIFFICULT TO TREAT CHRONIC EDEMA: CAUSES AND CHALLENGES

241. USE OF A NEW NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF FOOT ULCERS: A CASE STUDY SERIES

242. COMPLEX CASE SERIES OF PATIENTS WITH VARIOUS STAGNATING WOUNDS TREATED WITH A COLLAGEN DRESSING IN A NURSING HOME SETTING

243. FISTULA AND WOUNDS

244. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE MIDFACE USING THE SCAPULA OSTEOMYOGENOUS FLAP

245. A THREE WEEKS EVALUATION OF NEW GELLING FOAM DRESSING IN THE TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH ELEPHANTIASIS

246. ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFICACY AND TOLERANCE OF A NEW FLEXIBLE LIPIDO-COLLOID CONTACT-LAYER IN THE LOCAL TREATMENT OF AMPUTATION SITES AND POST OPERATIVE WOUNDS

247. USE OF A NEW FLEXIBLE LIPIDO-COLLOID CONTACT LAYER IN THE LOCAL TREATMENT OF GRAFT SITES, DONOR SITES AND SKIN TEARS

248. RETURNING TO “NORMAL FAMILY LIFE” WITH THE HELP OF A 2-LAYER COMPRESSION BANDAGE SYSTEM

249. TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS RADIONECROSIS USING A COLLAGEN DRESSING

250. INTEREST OF THE SUPERABSORBENT DRESSING* IN PERINEAL WOUND MANAGEMENT AFTER ABDOMINOPERINEAL AMPUTATION

251. THE OPUS SURVEY – SELECTION OF CLINICAL CASES TREATED WITH AN ABSORBENT DRESSING IMPREGNATED WITH TLC-NOSF UNTIL COMPLETE EPITHELIALISATION

252. MANAGEMENT IN A RURAL NURSING PRACTICE OF DETERIORATING COMPLEX BITE WOUNDS: EXPERIENCE WITH A PROTOCOL COMBINING WICKING FOLLOWED BY LIPIDO-COLLOID DRESSINGS

253. CASE REPORT: WOUND BED PREPARATION PRIOR TO SKIN GRAFTING, ON A MULTI-RESISTANT BACTERIAL CONTAMINATED, 17 YEARS OLD LEG ULCER, USING A PATENTED INNOVATIVE TOPICAL REMEDY MIX-OIL

254. MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE PATIENT WITH CHRONIC OSTEOMIELITYS AND CHRONIC WOUND AFTER OPEN FRACTURE OF DISTAL CRURIS

255. TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH A HARD TO HEAL SKIN TEAR USING AN ADHESIVE WOUND DRESSING*

256. A CASE STUDY USING A NO-STING BARRIER FILM* (NSBF) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RADIOTHERAPY INDUCED SKIN REACTIONS

257. MANAGEMENT OF HIGHLY EXUDATIVE WOUNDS USING A SUPER ABSORBENT DRESSING FOR THE COMPLETION OF A THIN SKIN GRAFT

258. CASE STUDY EVALUATIONS OF A NEW NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY SYSTEM IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DEHISCED SURGICAL WOUNDS

260. SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH MAJOR SECOND DEGREE BURNS USING AN ANTIMICROBIAL, ABSORBENT FOAM DRESSING WITH SAFETAC TECHNOLOGY

261. MANAGEMENT OF BURN WOUNDS WITH A NEW NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY SYSTEM

262. MULTICENTRE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A NEW NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF COMPLEX, HARD-TO-HEAL WOUNDS

263. THE LIFE OF A PATIENT WITH TWO LONGSTANDING VENOUS LEG ULCERS

264. CASE REPORT: TREATMENT OF TWO PATIENTS WITH TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS

265. BURN’S TREATMENT WITH HYDROFIBRE* + AG

266. CASE STUDY EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CHRONIC HARD TO HEAL WOUNDS USING A MOIST WOUND DRESSING CONTAINING POLYHEXANIDE

267. A NOVEL BI-ELASTIC SHORT STRETCH BANDAGE FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY – TWO CASES

268. POST-AMPUTATION TREATMENT BY NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY IN A PATIENT WITH DIABETES

269. NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY NPWT TO PREPARE WOUND BED FOR MESH GRAFT UPTAKE IN A RADIATION-INDUCED ULCER

271. RECONSTRUCTION OF ORAL CAVITY FUNDUS WITH INVERSED LATISSIMUS DORSI FLAP WITH SKIN

273. A SERIES OF CASE STUDIES USING A NON-ADHERING SILICONE DRESSING*

274. SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF HARD-TO-HEAL CHRONIC WOUNDS WITH A LIVING BI-LAYERED SKIN SUBSTITUTE

276. TREATMENT OF VENOUS ULCERS (ULCUS CRURIS VENOSUM) WITH AN ENZYME ALGINOGEL

277. AN ENZYM ALGINOGEL SUPPORTS THE HEALING OF A DEEP SKIN TEAR CATEGORY 2

278. INTERDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF A PATIENT WITH AN ONCOLOGY WOUND

279. TREATMENT OF DIFFICULT HEALING WOUNDS REQUIRING EXEPTIONAL WOUND-BED PREPERATION

280. NURSING CARE EXPERIENCE OF A PATIENT WITH A MALIGNANT FUNGATING BREAST CANCER WOUND

281. TREATMENT OF A SURGICAL WOUND AFTER MASECTOMY USING AN ENZYM ALGINOGEL

282. TREATMENT OF A PRESSURE SORE TO A NEONATE AT THE BACK OF THE HEAD AND NECK USING AN ENZYME ALGINOGEL

283. MINIMISING DRESSING RELATED PAIN USING A NONADHESIVE GELLING FOAM

284. YOU SAY CAVITY, WE SAY WEAVE

285. ENZYME ALGINOGEL TREATMENT OF A SERIES OF WOUNDS WITH UNCOVERED TENDONS AT THE BACK OF THE HAND TO A DIALYSIS PATIENT

286. THE SUCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A PAINFUL ULCER WITH AN IONIC HYDROGEL SHEET

287. MULTIFUNCTIONAL WOUND DRESSING GIVES US UNEXPECTED OUTCOMES

288. ACUPUNCTURE AS AN ADDITIONAL TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC WOUNDS: A CASE STUDY

289. THE USE OF AN ENZYME ALGINOGEL IN THE HOME CARE

290. USING THE CONCEPTS OF WOUND BED PREPARATION TO TREAT STEVEN JOHNSON SYNDROME: RESULT OF TWO CASE STUDIES

291. EXAMPLE OF A SIMPLE, TIME-SAVING, COST-EFFECTIVE, “HIGH TECH”, WOUND MANAGEMENT

292. POLYMERIC MEMBRANE DRESSING AS AN INTERFACE LAYER REDUCES WOUND PAIN

293. A NEW PROTOCOL FOR THE TREATMENT OF PILONIDAL CYSTS

294. HEALING AN INTRACTABLE WOUND USING A HIGH PERFORMANCE FOAM

295. GUN SHOT WOUND AND HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY AS ADJUVANT TREAMENT: A CASE REPORT

296. THE IMPORTANCE OF WOUND BED PREPARATION PRIOR TO INITIATING TREATMENT IN A PATIENT WITH CHRONIC NON HEALING WOUNDS

297. MULTIFUNCTIONAL DRESSINGS CONTRIBUTE TO IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE ON PATIENT WITH EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA

298. WOUND CASES TREATED AND PRESENTED BY THE PATIENTS THEMSELVES

299. USE OF A FOAM ADHESIVE DRESSING ON CHRONIC WOUNDS

300. TREATMENT OF RADIODERMATITIS – BEYOND THE CREAMS

301. BURNS CAUSED BY HERACLEUM SOSNOWSKYI: CASE RESPORT

302. A CASE STUDY ON THE USE OF A PHMB AND BETAINE WOUND IRRIGATION SOLUTION AND GEL IN THE TREATMENT OF NECROTISING FACIITIS

303. A 45 MONTH FEMALE PATIENT WITH DORSUM PEDIS NECROTIC WOUND – CASE REPORT

304. THE USE OF A NOVEL DRESSING TO MANAGE INFECTION IN A COMPLEX DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION

305. COMBINATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE THERAPY AND AN ENZYME ALGINOGEL IN THE TREATMENT OF A PILONIDAL CYST

306. HARD TO HEAL PRESSURE ULCER WOUND IN A PATIENT UNDER STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION

307. REDUCING COMPRESSION – IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE

309. NURSING EXPERIENCE: DISCHARGE PLANNING FOR A ENTEROCUTANEOUS FISTULA PATIENT

310. NURSING EXPERIENCE OF A PATIENT WITH SKIN LOSS WHOLE AREA OF BUTTOCKS

311. NURSING EXPERIENCES OF CARING SURGERY WOUND INFECTION

312. WOUND HEALING IN PATIENT WITH MALIGNANT FUNGATING WOUND: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

313. WOUND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCES FOR A PATIENT WITH BELOW THE KNEE AMPUTATION AND HELPING HIS DECISIONAL OF TREATING HIS POORLY HEALING WOUND

314. EVALUATION OF GELLING FOAM DRESSING IN PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC WOUND

315. CASE STUDY: SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF SEVERE RADIATION DERMATITIS USING GELLING FOAM DRESSINGS

316. MANAGING LYMPHOEDEMA OF THE LOWER LIMB IN THE ACUTE SETTING: CASE STUDIES THAT REPRESENT DIVERSE PATIENT GROUPS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

317. SUCCESFUL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC LIMB ISCHAEMIC ULCER AFTER BELOW THE KNEE PTA

318. IMPROVING OUTCOMES OF 2ND DEGREE FACIAL BURNS USING POLMERIC MEMBRANE DRESSING MASKS

319. CASE STUDY: TREATMENT OF A COMPLEX INFECTED LEG ULCER WITH POLYHEXANIDE (PHMB) AND BETAINE WOUND IRRIGATION*

320. BEYOND THE LIMITS OF THE EXUDATE CONTROL

321. DIFFERENT CAUSES OF FOOT ULCERS IN DIABETIC’S DAILY LIFE AND SUBSEQUENT FOOT CARE

322. APPLICATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY IN SURGICAL WOUNDS

323. EFFICIENCY OF MAGGOT THERAPY IN DIABETIC FOOT MANAGEMENT

324. TRAUMATIC WOUNDS: USE OF POLYHEXANIDE 02% SOLUTION IN INJURIES WITH BONE AND TENDOM EXPOSURE

327. FOOT WOUNDS IN A PATIENT CO-INFECTED WITH CRYOGLOBULINEMIA

328. OPEN PALM MANAGEMENT WITH MICROBIAL CELLULOSE DRESSING IN DUPUYTREN´S DISEASE

330. AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF HYPERTROPHIC SCARS: MESHED SILICON APPLICATION

331. TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC WOUNDS – A SPECIAL CHALLENGE

332. HYDRO-DEBRIDEMENT IN PREVENTION OF TATOOING LINKED WITH NON VALID BURN INJURY TREATMENT

333. WOUND HEALING DISORDER AFTER MALIGNANT BREAST NEOPLASM

334. TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR AN INFECTED ULCUS CRURIS ARTERIOSUM

336. HANDLING OF CHRONIC WOUNDS: USE OF POLYHEXANIDE SOLUTION AND GEL AS A DIFFERENTIAL IN THE HEALING PROCESS

337. LYMPHOVENOUS DISEASE: A CONDITION FOR LIFE BUT NOT SUFFERING FOR LIFE

340. COMBINATION OF NEGATIV PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY (NPWT)* WITH A COLLAGEN DRESSING** TO PROMOTE CLOSURE OF WOUND CAVITIES AND GRANULATION

341. ENERGY DRINK INDUCED LOWER LIMB ISCHAEMIA

342. MOISTURE POLICY: DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE WOUND GETS IN TROUBLE

343. USING DERMAL TEMPLATES AS A NURSING INTERVENTION FOR PATIENTS UNSUITABLE FOR SKIN GRAFTING

346. NECROTIZING FASCIITIS OF THE LEG

347. STAB WOUNDS: PRESERVATION OF FORENSIC EVIDENCE

348. PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC WOUND PAIN STOP HURTING, WHY?

349. EVALUATION OF A NEW DEBRIDEMENT METHOD FOR SLOUGHY WOUNDS AND HYPERKERATOTIC SKIN FOR A NON SPECIALIST SETTING

350. BUERGER’S DISEASE: CLINICAL FEATURES AND MANAGEMENT

351. MULTIFACETIC MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC INFECTED FOOT

352. SOFT SILICONE AND LINOLEIC ACID TO TREAT CHRONICAL WOUND IN A PATIENT WITH SJOGREN’S SYNDROME

353. TREATMENT OF FOURNIER’S SYNDROME WITH ASSOCIATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE THERAPY AND HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY

354. THE USE OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY COMBINED WITH COMPRESSION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF A VENOUS LEG ULCER

358. USE OF A LIPIDO-COLLOID CONTACT-LAYER WITH NOSF IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS AND VENOUS LEG ULCER

359. USE OF A NEW FLEXIBLE LIPIDO-COLLOID CONTACT LAYER IN THE LOCAL TREATMENT OF SKIN TEARS, BURNS AND DONOR SITES

360. CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH A NEW NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT WOUND TYPES

362. CASE REPORT: SUPER-OXIDISED- SOLUTION IN THE TREATMENT OF ULCERS AT THE MYCOSIS FUNGOIDES

363. AUTODERMOPLASTIC PLUS CELL-TISSUE TECHNOLOGY IN TREATMENT OF SPACIOUS POST-SURGERY FOOT WOUNDS OF PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS

364. THE TREATMENT OF LYMPHEDEMA PATIENTS USING SHORT STRETCH BANDAGES AND TUBULAR UNDER PADDING

365. MANUAL ASSISTANCE TO PATIENTS WITH WOUNDS FROM THE HOSPITAL STATE PRISON SAO PAULO

366. BEYOND CASE REPORTS. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PROFESSIONALS FROM THE TECHNICAL PRODUCT SHEET TO WOUND HEALING

367. TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH A CANCEROUS WOUND FOLLOWING ORL CANCER

368. MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROTOCOL FOR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE APPLIED TO THE TREATMENT OF LEG ULCERS AND CHRONIC WOUNDS

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