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European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS)

Session Title: New Frontiers in Wound Healing: From Basic Research to the Clinic

In the last years, we faced wide progresses in the field of wound healing, both from the basic research and from the clinical and surgical aspect. Lipofilling, stem cells, dermal regeneration templates, advanced dressings, NPWT, new surgical protocols, have radically changed our daily practice. A range of high qualified experts will make an up to date on these topics, in order to give us the possibility to ensure to our patients the most advanced treatment obtaining the highest clinical outcomes, reducing pitfalls and complications.

Chairs: Aurelio Portincasa, Horacio Costa

Woud healing and treatment: what’s new under the sky
Franco Bassetto
Microsurgery reconstruction including functional muscle and lymphnode transfer
Horacio Costa    

Association of dermal regeneration templates and lipofilling: new perspectives in wound repair
Aurelio Portincasa

New Surgical Technologies in Wound Coverage in Burns and Chronic Wounds   
Luc Teot    

The National Societies of plastic surgery, from all over the world, are affiliated to the umbrella organisation, International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, IPRAS. The aim of this organisation is to promote plastic surgery both scientifically and clinically, to further education, and to encourage friendship between physicians all over the world

Find more information about ESPRAS on: www.espras.org