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2nd International Conference on CME & CPD Accredited Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine

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A warm welcome back to all for the 2nd International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine that honoring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future to be slated on February 21-22, 2019 at Paris, France.

"The live format of this educational activity will be accredited with CME and CPD Credits"

This year with refreshing theme as Navigating the Future of Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration to underpin the wide range of professionals in the field of wound care and regenerative medicine.

Wound Care Conferences 2019 is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants around the world. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet and connect with the current and potential scientists to explore more on wound care, tissue repair and regenerative medicine, make a splash with new drug developments and receive name recognition and Certificates signed by our world class eminent organizing committee at this two days event. World renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments and the newest updates in wound care are hallmarks of this conference.

Join us Wound Care Congress 2019, the unique forum to bring together worldwide distinguished industrialists and academicians in the field of Wound Care,Infectious diseases, Public health, Tissue Repair, Nutrition, Dermatology, Diabetes, Nanotechnology, Regenerative Medicine, drug and gene delivery, Nursing and more.

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Wound Care 2019

Scientific Sessions

In 2016, the Advanced European Wound Caremarket has been estimated as USD 2,568.0 million and in the forecastperiod from 2016 to 2022, it is projected to reach USD 3,330.6 billion by 2022at a CAGR of 4.63%. Hence the scientific sessions of Wound CareCongress 2019 are designed in such a way that it highly innovativeand precious contribution to our medical professions at all who work in contactwith skin wounds and tissue scienceon a daily basis.

Session on: Wound Care

Woundscan be torn, cut or perforated or blunt trauma which got to be caused byassociate act, form of an attempt fall, or surgical operation by chronicillness or by an underlying condition. Healthcare professionals have differentways that within which of classifying wounds. Based on the classification,chronic (similar to the skin ulcerswhich is caused by diabetes mellitus) or acute (form of wound or animal bite)and open (underlying tissues are exposed) or closed (trauma to underlyingstructures has occurred), the woundscan be taken care. For efficient wound care, all patients with wounds should beproperly assessed and treated

Session on: Wound InfectionControl

Woundsare usually contaminated or infected by microorganismslike bacteria that could infiltrate the wound, multiplies, and harm your skin’stissues, which causes general unhealthiness and delays the healing method. An infected woundcould even be defined by pain, redness or swelling in the skin, warm, pusdischarge, unhealthy odor or non-healing wound. Hence results in infected wounds due to weaken defenses of body's immuneor cannot manage ancient microorganism growth. The weaker immune system of diabetesor aged persons are prone to be danger of woundinfections. Hence, preventing the wound infection ought to be aprimary management objective for all health care practitioners.

Session on: Wounds& Ulcers

Ulcersare often a sore on the skin or a mucous membrane, occur with the disintegrationof tissue. Ulcers could end up in complete loss of the epidermisand often parts of the dermis and even subcutaneous fat. The injuries from thatulcers arise are going to be caused by an oversized reasonably factor; but themost cause is impaired blood circulation. Especially, chronic woundsand ulcers are caused by poor circulation, either through cardiovascular issuesor external pressure from a bed or a wheelchair. Utterly different causesproducing skin ulcers embody bacterial or viral infections, fungal infectionsand cancers.Ulcers that heal at intervals twelve weeks are generally classified as acuteand longer-lasting ones as chronic.

Session on: Surgical WoundCare

Surgical woundsmay be a vital and growing health burden on the community. Wound managementwill be a complex treatment area, with chronic wounds,acute wounds and surgical wounds each having their own characteristics;however, wounds very similar to the individuals affected by them, got to betreated on a private basis. Surgical woundinfection occurs within 30 days of surgery and recovery can last forweeks to months. Hefty progress has been created on advanced products in thefield of wound healing and varieties of latest therapeutic approaches arecurrently available. The persistent advances combined with basic medical and surgicalapproaches, can accelerate the healing of chronic woundsto an extent but still impracticable with current therapeuticagents. Such advanced approaches will facilitate treat chronicwounds in an exceedingly clinically economical manner.

Session on: Wound Dressings

Wound dressingsand devices form a very important phase of the medical and pharmaceutical woundcare market worldwide. Dressings are classified in an extremely sort of ways inwhich depending on their function within the wound(wound debridement, antibacterial agents, occlusive, absorbent, adherence),kind of material used to provide the dressing (e.g. hydrocolloid,alginate, collagen) and also the physical variety of the dressing (ointment,film, foam, gel). The proper dressing has to be compelled to accomplish quickhealing at reasonable price with lowest inconvenience to the patient. Threefactors should be thought of once assessing the need for a wound dressing thatembrace general health of the patient, native atmosphere of the woundand specific properties of the dressing.

Session on: Diabetes WoundCare

Wound infectionin diabetic patients could be a public unhealthiness. Infection of foot ulcersis sometimes seen in diabetic patients and will be a considerable morbidevent. Approximately, 15% of patientswith diabetes commonly has the diabetic footlesion (an open sore or wound) especially, on the bottom of thefoot. Of those who develop a foot lesion, six percentage hospitalized as aresult of infection or completely different lesion connected complication. Ulcerssort as a result of a combination of things, like lack of feeling at intervalsthe foot, poor circulation, foot deformities, irritation like friction orpressure and trauma,moreover as period of diabetes. The primary goal among the treatment of foot ulcersis to induce healing at the earliest as because the faster the healing, theless likelihood for an infection.

Session on: Burns& Advanced WoundCare

Thetreatment of burn woundshas evolved over a few years via clinical and preclinical studies. Although,current techniques are focussing on understanding of the biology and anatomicalstructure of human skin and pathophysiology of the burn wound,enhancements are needed to accelerate wound closure, healing and to spice upmental care to push prosperous reintegration. Advanced studies incontamination, infection management, stem cells, grafting, biomarkersand rehabilitation is required to bolster personalized care and create newtreatment selections. Future studies will maintain to seek out novel goals andtreatment paradigms to bolster burn wound care.

Session on: Wound CareNursing

Asthe science of wound careevolves into a lot of complicated surroundings, nursing is challenged to fulfilthis complexity. Historically and generically, wound healing has been beneaththe patronage of basic nursing care follow encompassing dressings and infectioncontrol, however also promotion of therapeuticnutrition, mobility, psychosocial support, hygiene, and comfort. Atall levels, in apply settings spanning from critical care through palliative care,from hospitals to battleground, and from gene therapy to gauze, it's the nursewho is mainly caring for patients with wounds. The role of nursing in wound carefrom a historical and evolutionary perspective helps to characterize the trendtowards advanced practice nursing within the wound care specialty. Delineationof nursingroles in keeping with Nursing Education, licensure and certification canenhance collaboration with the wound team and accomplish best outcomes forpatients.

Session on: Wound Care& HyperbaricMedicine

Thenon-healing wounds occur once the amount of oxygen in and across the wounddrops below a specific stage and your body's natural cure system and ability tobattle infection emerge as typically impaired. Chronic woundslike these need specialised wound care and most importantly, hyperbaric remedyhealing. Patients who will have the benefit of hyperbaricoxygen therapy embody Patients with non-healing wounds, Cancerpatients with tissue injury as a result of radiotherapy, certain advanced diabetic footwounds and chronic bone infections. Hyperbaricoxygen treatments in chosen patients will facilitate healing byincreasing tissue oxygen tension, therefore providing the wound with additionalfavourable conditions for repair. Therefore, HBO therapyis often considered as a vital issue to any comprehensive wound careprogram.

Session on: Wound Healing& Tissue Repair

Wound healingcan be a specific biological process associated with the overall development ofgrowth and tissue regeneration. To re-establish the integrity of broken tissueand replacement of lost tissue, it involves series of interdependent andoverlapping stages. Wound healing has four continuous phases as well as haemostasis,inflammation, proliferation and wound remodelling with scar tissue deposition.In an attempt to scale back the wound burden, plenty of effort has targeted onunderstanding the physiology of healing and wound carewith a stress on new therapeutic approaches and additionally the continueddevelopment of technologies for acute and future wound management.Because of the complicated nature of chronic wounds,an intensive health and physical assessment is obligatory.

Session on: Tissue Repair& RegenerativeMedicine

The emerging regenerativemedicine field principally focus on the innovative innovations toheal connective tissue wounds. Regenerative medicine as well as cellulartherapy and tissue engineering may be a quickly developing fieldthat's being examined as a choice for the restoration of function in severaldiseases. The major goals for researchers is to incorporate basis knowledge ofregeneration of each tissue and organ into clinical treatments for degenerativetissues and organs in patients which potentially has profound impact. In past30 years, they moved from recombinant growth factors to living tissueengineering constructs and to stem cellsand now focussing on true regeneration so that complete restoration ofstructure and function can be achieved.

Session on: Wound Care& Nutrition

Nutritionplays a significant role in wound healing and wound care practices andnutritional support should be thought of an elementary part of woundmanagement. Wound healing could be an advanced process; it's the tactic ofsubstituting wounded tissuewith new tissue created by the body that demands a raised consumption of energyand specific nutrients, notably protein and calories. Poor nutritionor neglecting the nutritionary health of a person with a woundcan compromise the entire wound management process and also inadequatenutrition results in impaired and prolonged healing. Improved nutritionarystatus permits the body to heal woundssimilar to the accelerated wound healingseen with nutritionary supplementation.

Session on: Wound Care& Lymphedema

Lymphedemais a condition of abnormal swelling caused by a systema lymphaticum. It'susually found at intervals the arms or legs and will even have an impression onthe trunk, face, or genital organ. Primary lymphedema could be a congenitaldrawback caused by a decrease inside the range or size of the lymphaticvessels. Secondary lymphedema results from damage caused by surgery,radiation therapy, injury, infection, venous insufficiency, scar tissue, cancerand inflammation.Early stages of dropsy may even be quickly reduced by simple elevation of thelimb. If not correctly treated, the protein-rich swelling causes a progressivehardening of the affected tissues, along with recurrent cellulitis and possiblyfungalinfection. In general, the foremost severe wounds occur within theforemost advanced stages of edema. Correct identification, early detection andacceptable treatment will effectively slow the progression of edema.

Session on: Wound PainManagement

Painmay be a typical affair of patients with chronic wounds.Wound infection can delay healing and cause and intensify wound pain. Theunderlying principle reason is that the inflammatory reaction aroused throughthe infection causes the wound pain. This response results in causing the tissue injurydue to the discharge of inflammatory mediators and stimulates the creation ofenzymes and free radicals. The predominant contributor to wound painis dressing changes. Pain managementshould encompass pain analysis before, throughout and once every dressingmodification to form sure that the affected person’s pain is managed withsuccess. Such progressing assessment will allow healthcare professionals toidentify any triggers which will be modified or avoided to chop back pain.

Session on: Stem Cells& TissueRegeneration

Tissueregeneration following injury or health problem is generally thoughtto recapitulate embryonic development by exploiting similar molecular andcellular pathways. The application of stem cells to wounds is advantageous, as stem cellshave the power to differentiate and replace the lost or injured tissue, as wellas influence multiple biological pathways quickly via paracrine signal. Stem cellbiology and regenerative medicine are quickly increasing fields. Theintroduction of latest technology and the emergence of novel stem cellpopulations have allowed researchers to require an additional in-depth approachto the study of specific diseases and biological processes.

Session on: Wound CareTreatment & Therapies

Wound managementtherapy could be an important and growing health burden on thecommunity. Considerable progress has been created on advanced merchandise amongthe sector of wound healingand forms of recent therapeutic approaches are presently accessible. It's hopedthat continuing advances can accelerate the healing of chronic woundsto an extent, once combined with basic medical and surgical approaches, butstill out of the question with current therapeuticagents. It may even be expedient to use personalised therapeuticapproaches for treating specific woundvarieties and people using rising tissueengineering technologies. Such advanced approaches will facilitatetreat chronic wounds during a clinically economical manner.

Session on: Skin& Skin Cancer

Skin canceris that the most typical type of cancer, globally accounting for a minimum offour-hundredth of cases. The foremost common sort is nonmelanoma carcinomathat happens in a minimum of 2-3 million individuals annually. There are arange of various carcinomasymptoms like patches, ulcers, discolored skin and changes in existing moles,like jagged edges to the mole and enlargement. Despite the actual fact thatmalignant melanoma is one among the foremost quickly increasing types of human cancer,new treatments have been slow in developing and therefore the mortality ratecontinues to rise.

Session on: Wound,Ostomy& ContinenceNursing

Wound,Ostomyand ContinenceNursing may be a tri-specialty nursing, that involves the treatmentof wounded patients (acute and chronic), patients with an ostomy (the peoplewho have had some type of within or bladder diversion), and patients withcontinence problems (those with bladder and bowel management and connected skincare issues). WOC nursesutilize evidence-based info and skills to handle acute and rehabilitativedesires for individuals with selected disorders such as gastrointestinal,genitourinary and/or integumentary system. Nurses with this specialty areusually referred to as wound,ostomy,and continencenurses (WOC)nurses who take care of patients with complex wounds and injuries.

Session on: Wound CareProducts

Thereis a large form of advanced wound care product accessible and once appliedearly in wound caretreatment, they promote faster healing and cut back the chance ofinfection. Ancient wound care merchandise will treat most tiny cuts and minorabrasions as well as scrapes and cracked skin. Whereas Advanced wound caremerchandise is designed which includes includes hydrogels, hydrocolloids,alginates, and film and foam dressings to treat tons of difficult wounds andthen on be covered below insurance generally want a doctor’s order. Exploitingthe proper advanced wound careproduct will speed up this method by encouraging new tissueformation and with the appropriate dressing assists the body’s natural healingprocesses.

Session on: EntrepreneurInvestment Meet

Wound Careprovides nice avenues for Investors seeking for investment opportunities andincreasing their business horizons. Ourcongress has participants from over forty countries and attracts a motivatingcombination of educational researchers, practitioners and people who areengaged in numerous aspects of innovations in Wound Care and RegenerativeMedicine analysis thereby providing lots of networking opportunitiesand new information.

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