International Partner Session 2018 organized by CTRS

About the session:

Today, when people talk about wound healing, a couple of names like surgery, NPWT, dressing, growth factors, and so on, will come to mind quickly. However, some other issue, what is called “traditional”, has been lingering at the back of human’s mind.

Traditional medicine, including but not limited to Chinese traditional medicine, has got more than one thousand years of history. People have known from legend and ancient literature that, traditional medicine has been used widely in treating wounds. It is almost same with Ayurveda in India and traditional systems of medicine in Africa or other place in the world. With the development of science and technology, the combined use of traditional and western medicine is more common to see. People realize that there is good evidence for some of traditional medicine in current wound healing literature. We need to learn more about how to translate them into wound care within the concept of standardized care, especially when they are regarded hamonious and cost-effective.


Dr. Yunfei Wang
Combined Therapy of Chinese and Western Medicine for Treating Diabetic Foot

Prof. Ping Li
Clinical Researches and Mechanism of Topical Used Hong Sha Tiao on Chronic Delayed Wound Healing

Speaker to be announced
The Research and Clinical Use of Traditional Medicine

Chinese Tissue Repair Society (CTRS)
Chinese Tissue Repair Society (CTRS) was founded in 1995 and currently have more than sixty committee members from 24 provinces, autonomous Regions and municipalities. CTRS is dedicated to promoting translational research from bench to bedside in wound repair and tissue regeneration in China, setting up normative new techniques, application of
wound management, especially for the efforts on training, access system and standardized operation for chronic wound, and constructing international communication platform in the field.

Our goal is to raise the research level of wound repair and tissue regeneration collectively in China.

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