EWMA Conference 2018

Symposia/Workshop wednesday 3th May


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WORKSHOP

Time: 10.30-11.30 

Room: G109

Title:

Ulcus Cruris Venosum: meer dan wondzorg en compressie! Workshop leefstijlbegeleiding: Lively Legs

Speaker:

Irene van de Glind


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Time: 12:30-13:30

Room: Elicium 2

Title:

Chronic Venous Disease – Approaches for effective oedema and wound Management

Chair:

Matthias Augustin

Speakers

Matthias Augustin:

Chronic Venous Disease Management - outcome measures and health economics

Robert Damstra:

Oedema prevention as anti-wound strategy in an expert center for wound and compression care

Maud Heinen:

Lively Legs: Increased physical activity & reduced wound days in leg ulcer patients


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Time: 12:30-13:30

Title:

Room: Forum

Reducing the burde of challenging wounds for patients, practitioners and providers

Chair:

Speakers

Caroline Dowsett

Caroline Dowsett:

Reducing the burden of challenging wounds

Julian F Guest:

The current and future burden of wounds

Matthew Malone:

The importance of effective wound bed preparation and the role of biofilms in challenging wounds

Jane Hampton:

Kick-starting healing in challenging wounds with PICO* NPWT


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WORKSHOP

Time: 14.15-15.15

Room:G109

Title:

Ulcus Cruris Venosum: meer dan wondzorg en compressie! Workshop leefstijlbegeleiding: Lively Legs

Speaker:

Irene van de Glind


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Room: Elicium 2

Title:

Discover The 4 Dimensions That Decrease Leg Ulcer Healing Time

Chair:

Matthias Augustin

Speakers

Matthias Augustin:

Diagnose the leg ulcer burden

Christine Moffatt:

Improve your dialog and partnership with your patient 

Sylvie Meaume:

Achieve dynamic healing with the right treatment protocol

Elena Conde:

Decreased healing time in clinical


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Title:

Room: Elicium 1

Making the day-to-day wound management simple

Chair:

Speakers

Susan Lemson

Alison Hopkins:

Best Practice Statement
Holistic Management of Venous Leg Ulceration

Kathryn Vowden:

Best Practice Statement
Making the day-to-day management of biofilm simple

Susan Lemson:

Current and future care – how can we improve care of hard-to-heal / chronic wounds?
- Practical solutions for everyday use –


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Title:

Room: Forum

Pressure Injury Prevention: Clinical Outcomes Explained by Robust Scientific Evidence

Chair:

Speakers

Paulo Alves

Nick Santamaria
Amit Gefen

Discussion

Sue Creehan:

Driving pressure injury prevention through hospital management

Sue Creehan:

Role of positioners in the prevention of pressure injury

Chenel Trevellini:

Role of turning and positioning systems in the prevention of pressure
injury


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Room: Esmerald

Title:

A new effective treatment option for hard-to-heal wounds: KLOX LumiHeal™

Chair:

Luc Teot

Speakers

Luc Teot:

Unmet needs in wound healing

Giovanni Scapagnini:

Wound healing: “very intimate process”.  The science behind LumiHeal™

Marco Romanelli:

EUREKA ITALIA. The evaluation of real-life use of KLOX BioPhotonic System in chronic wounds management: a reproducibility study. Final results


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Title:

Room:G106-107

PICO* Negative pressure, positive outcomes

Chair:

Speakers

Robin Martin

Hanne Birke Sørensen:

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy mode of action on closed incisions and open wounds

Theresa Hurd:

Protocols and NPWT bundles for complicated post-surgical wounds

Robin Martin:

Closed incision and open wound evidence for PICO


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Title:

Room: E102

Boost your treatment plans: Harness the power of macrophages in wound healing

Chair:

Speakers

Matthias Augustin

Matthias Augustin:

The local impact of non-healing wounds

Ron Legerstee:

The central role of macrophages in wound healing and their activation by Bioactive Beta-Glucan to restart healing

Brenda King:

Bioactive Beta-Glucan in clinical practice: case reviews and proposed treatment plans


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Time: 15:30-16:30

Title:

Room: E105-106

Dermacell: Human Acellular Dermal Matrix for Advanced Wound Management

Chair:

Speakers

Giampietro Bertasi

Tyler Trapani:

Recent Randomized, Controlled Data Supporting Dermacell as a “One and Done” Solution in Advanced Wound Management

Giampietro Bertasi:

Clinical Experience with Dermacell in Advanced Wound Management

Frederic Peycelon:

Health Economic Assessment of Currently Available Skin Substitutes for Advanced Wound Management