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Fostering Advances in Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration Techniques
- Wound Care 2018

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About Conference

With Immense pleasure, Wound Care 2018 along with the Organizing Committee Members invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend “International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine” which is slated on June 14-15, 2018 at London, UK with the theme Fostering Advances in Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration Techniques.

This year Wound Care Conferences anticipated as  two days interactive, stimulating discussion with 10+ keynote lectures, 50+ plenary lectures, 10+ Young Research Forum Lectures, 20 + Poster Sessions. Besides, there will be 3+ workshops and 2+ Symposiums. We also expect to provide technical demonstrations and numerous opportunities for informal networking.

Mission, Vision and Values:

Wound Care conferences mission is to provide the exclusive research topics where all the participants can be up to date with the Latest developments in the wound care. Conference on Wound Care ultimate vision is to be the Premier and Exclusive healthcare conference in the worldwide regions. The values of Wound Care 2018 are Innovation, Quality, Integrity, Knowledge and Patient care.

Conference Highlights:

  • Single destination offers gathering of high level scientific presentations, networking activities and an excellent opportunity to exchange research, knowledge and experiences with international colleagues of Wound Care Community.
  • The sessions of Wound Care conference deals with advancement of technology and research in relation to wound healing, diagnosis, prevention, management of wounds and treatments.
  • Professional development to elevate your knowledge in wound care and tissue regeneration practices.
  • Entrepreneurs Investment Meet.

Salient Features:

  • Commitment to deliver highest standards in wound management that exceeds the expectations of our participants.
  • Engage with phenomenal scholars across the world.
  • The sessions of Wound Care Conference sets a highly innovative and precious contribution to our medical professions at all who work in contact with skin wounds on a daily basis.
  • Act as career guidelines for young researches and motivates them by young researcher awards.
  • Perfect Platform for Global networking.

Reasons to attend:

  • Sharpen the Saw
  • Perspective yourself to be an expert
  • Meet Eminent Experts and Influencers Face to Face
  • New Tactics and Tips to enhance your views
  • Worldwide Networking and Business Opportunities

Target Audiences:

Wound Care Specialists, Surgeons, Physicians, Dermatologists, people working in Laboratories, Nurses, Plastic Surgeons, Nutritionists and Dieticians, Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical Companies, Microbiologists and all Associations and Societies related to Wound Care and Tissue Science.

Meet the future as we pledge to change the landscape of Wound Care Conferences 2018 by bringing the World wide Skin, Wound care and Tissue science Experts and Specialists to London, UK!

Scientific Sessions

In 2016, the Europe Advances Wound Care market has been estimated as USD 2,568.0 million and in the forecast period from 2016 to 2022, it is projected to reach USD 3,330.6 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 4.63%. Hence the sessions of Wound Care Conference 2018 is designed in such a way that it highly innovative and precious contribution to our medical professions at all who work in contact with skin wounds and tissue science on a daily basis.

Session on: Wound Care & Infection Control

Most of the wounds are usually contaminated by the infections caused by the microorganisms. These microorganisms permeate the wound to get multiplied and harm the skin tissue which naturally delays healing of the wound. As a result, it weakens the person’s immune system in their body and also cannot manage the ancient microorganism growth which leads to various diseases. Persons with weaker immune functions, like diabetics or the aged, are in danger for wound infections, since they cannot defend infections simply Based on the continuum, wound infections are classified as: colonized, local infection, contaminated, spreading infection, and systemic infection (sepsis). The ways to control wound infection are proper cleanse of the wound bed, change of dressings using sterile or no-touch aseptic techniques, notifying the clinician about the signs of the spreading infections and the wound reassessment at each and every dressing change for signs of improvement in the wound infection.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing Foundation, Tissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound & Wound Care

Wounds are the type of injury that occurs due to the breakdown in the protective function of the skin, the epithelium continuity loss, injury to the underlying tissues through surgery, heat/cold, cut, torn, pressure, etc., Based on the categories, healthcare professionals classified them into different ways. They are based on their aetiology, anatomical position, closure method, whether they are acute or chronic wound and also by its symptoms and appearance. Wounds might even be expressed as open, throughout that the skin has been compromised and underlying tissues are exposed or closed, throughout that the skin has not been compromised; however trauma to underlying structures has occurred.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Nutrition

Good and necessary nutrition play an important role in the process of wound healing. For better healing, the body needs an increased and essential amount of nutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins like A, C and E, calories, and also minerals like zinc, iron sometimes. Wound healing may be prolonged and impaired without proper or adequate nutrition. The nutrient demand increases as the infected wounds causes’ damage to the tissues, which leads to strain and later a deeper ulcer. Poor nutrient intake also leads to dehydration which reduces the blood circulation efficiency; impair the supply of oxygen which makes the wound extra vulnerable to breakdown. Neglecting the nutritionary health of a person with a wound can compromise the entire wound management process. Improved nutritional status permits the body to heal wounds just like the accelerated wound healing seen with nutritional supplementation.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Dressing

Wound dressings and devices gains a vital role in the worldwide medical and pharmaceutical wound care market. Wound dressings are exceedingly classified into variety of ways based on the kind of material utilized for the dressing production such as hydrocolloid, alginate, collagen; physical form of the dressing such as ointment, film, foam, gel and finally on their function within the wound such as wound debridement, antibacterial agents, occlusive, absorbent, adherence. Apart from this, additionally they are classified into traditional dressings, modern and advanced dressings, skin replacement product and wound healing devices. Embrace general health of the patient, native atmosphere of the wound and specific properties of the dressing are the three major factors should be considered before assessing the need for a wound dressing. The perfect dressing ought to accomplish fast healing at affordable price with lowest inconvenience to the patient. Wound care and dressing choice ought to be a holistic, structured method involving close cooperation between medical and nursing employees.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound care & Ulcers

Ulceration is a localized defect where epidermis, some dermis and even subcutaneous fat have been lost which results in the irregular shape and size of the skin. It can be a sore on the skin or a mucous membrane. The causes depends upon variety of factors by wounds arise from ulcers out of which the main causes is impaired blood circulation. The poor circulation either through cardiovascular tissues or external pressure from a bed or wheelchair causes the chronic wound and ulcers. The persons who are infirm or use wheelchairs for long periods are frequently prone most dangerous form of skin ulcers known as pressure sensitive sores (often stated as bed sores). Completely different causes producing skin ulcers embody bacterial or viral infections, fungous infections and cancers. Blood disorders and chronic wounds could lead to skin ulcers additionally. Depending upon the healing time, the ulcers are generally classified as acute, which heals within the duration of 12 weeks and chronic, which lasts for long time.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Diabetes

Patients with diabetics caused by wound infection can be considered as a public health problem. Infection of foot ulcers is sometimes seen in diabetic patients and will be a considerable morbid event. A diabetic foot ulcer, usually located in the bottom of the foot is an open sore or wound. The formation ulcers includes various combination of factors such as lack of feeling at intervals the foot, poor circulation, foot deformities, irritation like friction or pressure and trauma, as well as duration of diabetes. Diabetic wounds mainly classified into three categories: neuropathic, ischemic, and neuroischemic. It is essential to identify wound progression, infection and healing to know the distinct features of each wound category. Failure of identifying the wound type that exists properly can lead to ineffective diabetic wound treatment plan which results in long-term complications or amputation. The primary goal among the treatment of foot ulcers is to induce healing as shortly as possible. The faster the healing is the less likelihood for an infection.

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Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Lymphedema

Lymphedema also known as lymphatic obstruction, is a condition in which abnormal swelling (edema) of surrounding soft tissue and retention of interstitial fluid (lymph), often affecting the extremities usually an arm or a leg. Primary lymphedema often results in abnormal or missing lymph nodes or channels caused due to abnormal development of the lymphatic system. Secondary lymphedema occurs most commonly from dissected lymph nodes as a result of cancer surgery due to damage caused by the lymphatic system and the other common causes of damage includes surgery, radiation therapy, injury, infection, venous insufficiency, scar tissue, cancer and inflammation. In general, within the most advanced stages of lymphedema contains the foremost severe wounds. The progression of lymphedema can be slow due to correct identification, early detection and acceptable treatment.

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Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Healing & Tissue Repair

Wound healing could be a specific biological process associated with the general phenomenon of growth and tissue regeneration. Wound healing progresses through a series of interdependent and overlapping stages within which a range of cellular and matrix elements act along to re-establish the integrity of broken tissue and replacement of lost tissue. Wound healing has four continuous phases including haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation and wound remodelling with scar tissue deposition. In an effort to reduce the wound burden, a lot of effort has targeted on understanding the physiology of healing and wound care with an emphasis on new therapeutic approaches and also the continued development of technologies for acute and long term wound management. The practician working in wound care must become a detective. All potential factors and cofactors which will influence healing should be identified. Due to the complex nature of chronic wounds, an intensive health and physical assessment is mandatory.

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Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Treatment

Wound management may be a vital and growing health burden on the community. Wound management will 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 be treated on a private basis. Victorious treatment of adverse wounds needs assessment of the complete patient and not simply the wound. Hefty progress has been created on advanced products in the field of wound healing and varieties of latest therapeutic approaches are currently available. It's hoped that continuing advances will happen that, once combined with basic medical and surgical approaches, can accelerate the healing of chronic wounds to an extent that's still impracticable with current therapeutic agents. It's going to even be expedient to use personalised therapeutic approaches for treating specific wound varieties and people using emerging tissue engineering technologies. Such advanced approaches will facilitate treat chronic wounds in an exceedingly clinically economical manner.

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Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Nursing

As the science of wound care evolves into a lot of complicated surroundings, nursing is challenged to fulfil this complexity. Historically and generically, wound healing has been beneath the patronage of basic nursing care follow encompassing dressings and infection control, however also promotion of therapeutic nutrition, mobility, psychosocial support, hygiene, and comfort. At all levels, in apply settings spanning from critical care through palliative care, from hospitals to battleground, and from gene therapy to gauze, it's the nurse who is mainly caring for patients with wounds.  The role of nursing in wound care from a historical and evolutionary perspective helps to characterize the trend towards advanced practice nursing within the wound care specialty. Delineation of nursing roles in keeping with Nursing Education, licensure and certification can enhance collaboration with the wound team and accomplish best outcomes for patients.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Pain Management

Pain could be a typical affair of patients with chronic wounds. Wound infection will delay healing and cause and intensify wound pain. The principle underlying reason behind infection associated wound pain is that the inflammatory reaction aroused through the infecting. This response motives the discharge of inflammatory mediators and stimulates the creation of enzymes and free radicals, which might cause tissue injury. Dressing changes are a predominant contributor to wound pain.   Pain management should encompass pain analysis before, throughout and once every dressing modification to form sure that the affected person’s pain is managed with success. Such progressing assessment can permit healthcare professionals to spot any triggers that may be changed or avoided to cut back pain.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

The non-healing wounds occur once the amount of oxygen in and across the wound drops below a specific stage and your body's natural cure system and ability to battle infection emerge as typically impaired. Chronic wounds like these need specialised wound care and principally, hyperbaric remedy healing. Patients who will have the benefit of hyperbaric oxygen therapy embody patients with non-healing wounds, cancer patients with tissue injury as a result of radiotherapy, certain advanced diabetic foot wounds and chronic bone infections. Hyperbaric oxygen treatments in chosen patients will facilitate healing by increasing tissue oxygen tension, therefore providing the wound with additional favourable conditions for repair. Therefore, HBO therapy is often most vital issue to any comprehensive wound care program.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Healing & Regenerative Medicine

The field of regenerative medicine has been focusing cutting edge innovations to heal connective tissue wounds. There are numerous regenerative medicine advancements being researched for the treatment of skin diseases, wounds and burns. The larger a part of innovations is being created for the treatment of ulcers connected with diabetes and chronic or complex wounds. Regenerative medicine as well as cellular therapy and tissue engineering may be a quickly developing field that's being examined as a choice for the restoration of perform in several diseases. The application of stem cells to wounds is advantageous, as stem cells have the power to differentiate and replace the lost or injured tissue, as well as influence multiple biological pathways quickly via paracrine signal. Stem cell biology and regenerative medicine are quickly increasing fields. The introduction of latest technology and also the emergence of novel stem cell populations have allowed researchers to require an additional in-depth approach to the study of specific diseases and biological processes.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Burns & Advanced Wound Care

The treatment of burn wounds has evolved over a few years via clinical and preclinical studies. massive advancements were created in patient care, that embody watching wound healing, developing novel graft and coverage choices, inflammation control, dietary desires optimisation, and testing distinctive pharmacologic interventions. Current techniques to burn management are primarily based entirely on an understanding of the biology and anatomical structure of human skin and pathophysiology of the burn wound. Enhancements also are required to accelerate wound closure, healing and to boost mental care to promote successful reintegration. Studies in infection, contamination, stem cells, grafting, biomarkers, infection control, and rehabilitation can maintain to reinforce individualised care and make new treatment choices. Future studies can maintain to find novel goals and treatment paradigms to reinforce burn wound care.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Advances in Skin & Wound Care

Skin care is vast diversity of practices that supports the integrity of the skin, appearance enhancement and relieves skin problems. Skin wounds can be taken care with necessary nutrients supplement, avoidance of excessive sun exposure and proper usage of emollients. It can be routine procedure in varies aspects such as either too dry or too moist, prevention of dermatitis and lesions. Due to the increasing prevalence and also the serious integumental conditions that may occur, together with skin infection treatment a typical pressure, urinary and faecal incontinence  due to perigenital irritant dermatitis, diabetic foot ulcers, ulceration due to venous insufficiency, lymphedema, acanthosis, nigricans, abdominal elephantiasis and wound infections in the obese patients enhances the attention of dermatology specialists recently. 

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Skin & Wound Healing

Wound healing is a restorative response to tissue injury which occurs naturally. It is the interaction of complex cascade of cellular events which generates reconstitution, resurfacing and durability restoration of the damaged skin. Traditionally, the systemic process of healing can be explained in 4 overlapping classic phases: haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and maturation. During haemostasis phase, the platelets play a crucial role, inflammatory cells debride injured tissue in inflammatory phase, in proliferation phase epithelialization, fibroplasia and angiogenesis occurs along with wound contraction and granular tissue formation occurs and finally to increase the tensile strength of the scar, collagen forms tight cross-links to other collagen and with protein molecules in the maturation phase. The skin tolerability and deep of the wound determines how well it'll heal.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Stem Cells & Wound Healing

Stem cells are well known for its characterized for its property of self-renewal and differentiate as multipotency cells. For the treatment of chronic wounds, they can act as a most therapeutic potential and attractive option because of its ability to secrete proregenerative cytokines. The connective tissue that is characterised within the skin by disorganised collagen structure, loss of hair follicles and irregular vascular structure is often used in the replacement of wounded tissues in adults. However, the traditional tissue with the activity of stem cells is preferred to replace in the case of wounded fetal tissue. An attainable technique for tissue regeneration in adults is to put adult somatic cell "seeds" within a tissue bed "soil" in a wound bed and permit the stem cells to stimulate differentiation within the tissue bed cells. This technique elicits a regenerative response additional almost like fetal wound healing than adult connective tissue formation. Researchers are still in investigation for totally different aspects of the "soil" tissue that is conducive to regeneration.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing Foundation, Tissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing

Wound, ostomy and continence nursing is also a tri-speciality nursing in which involves patient treatments with the acute and chronic wounds, ostomy - those have few kind of bladder or bowel diversion and with continence problems - those with bladder and bowel control and associated skin care issues. Nurses with the specialty of utilizing their skills and evidence-based information to handle patients with complex wound and injuries are usually referred to as wound, ostomy, and continence (WOC) nurses. Also these WOC nurses provide direct care to inviduals with abdominal stomas, wounds, fistulas, drains, pressure injuries, and continence disorders. WOC nurse plays a pivotal role in the guidance of optimal patient care as an instructor, consultant, researcher and administrator.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Stem Cells & Tissue Regeneration

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells which have the capability of self-renew in which they make copies of themselves and can differentiate in which they develop into more number of specialized cells that can be found in multicellular organisms. There are many different types of stem cells based on that originates from different places in the body or that are formed at different stages in our lifetimes. In mammals, there are 2 broad varieties of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, that are isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts, and adult stem cells, that are found in numerous tissues. By exploiting similar molecular and cellular pathways, the embryonic development occurs through tissue regeneration following injury or health diseases generally. Additionally, several embryonic tissues, like the medulla spinalis, heart, and limbs have some regenerative potential and will utilize mechanisms that may be exogenously activated in adult tissues.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Skin & Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most typical, common and locally destructive cancerous growth of the skin which accounts for a minimum of 400 cases globally. There are three major types of skin cancer which are the foremost common sort of basal cell carcinoma, the second most common squamous cell carcinoma that originates from skin and the third is less common but more dangerous than the other two varieties which originates from the pigment-producing skin cells (melanocytes) is melanoma. The other types of skin cancers are Merkel cell carcinoma, atypical fibroxanthoma, cutaneous lymphoma, and dermatofibrosarcoma. There are a range of various carcinoma symptoms. These embrace changes within the skin like skin patches, ulcering within the skin, discoloured skin, and changes in existing moles, like jagged edges to the mole and enlargement of the mole skin irritation. Since new treatments have been slow in developing, the mortality rate continues to rise for skin cancer.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care Management & Therapies

Wound management can be considered as one of the most important and growing health burden in the society. Wound therapy is a posh treatment area, in which the person has to be treated on the personal basis as the wounds have their own characteristics depending on their types. Successful treatment of wounds depends on not only the particular wounded area but also assessment of the patient completely. There are varies types of wound therapy methods available currently in the market for the enhancement of wound healing in a rapid manner. It is hoped that continuing advances can accelerate the healing of chronic wounds to an extent and can turn up into better once combined with basic medical and surgical approaches, that's still out of the question with current therapeutic agents. Personalised therapeutic approaches for treating specific wound varieties can be expedient to use and hence people started using rising tissue engineering technologies. Such advanced approaches will facilitate treat chronic wounds during a clinically economical manner.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Wound Care Products

Advanced wound care products are accessible in the markets and applied initially in wound care treatment. They reduce the chance of infection and hence promote the rate of healing. Wound care products are basically divided into two categories as Traditional and Advanced Wound Care products. Ancient wound care products include bandages, plasters, lint and wadding which are used for healing the tiny cuts, minor abrasions, scrapes and cracked skin. They are easily available in the local markets or can be acquired from clinician. Whereas advanced wound care products include hydrogels, hydrocolloids, alginates, and film and foam dressings which can be used primarily for treating the complex wounds. These products act according to the principle of moisture therapy which allows the wound area to breathe by providing wetness to wounded site to repair the cell naturally and also prevents necrosis. Treating a complicated wound with the acceptable dressing assists the body’s natural healing processes. Exploiting the proper advanced wound care product will speed up this method by encouraging new tissue formation.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

Session on: Entrepreneur Investment Meet

    Wound Care provides nice avenues for Investors seeking for investment opportunities and increasing their business horizons.  Our conference is attended by participants from over forty countries and attracts a motivating combination of educational researchers, practitioners and people who are engaged in numerous aspects of innovations in Wound Care analysis thereby providing lots of networking opportunities and new information.

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Related Conferences: International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine June 14-15, 2018, London, UK; Annual Skin Care May 14-15, 2018, Montreal, Canada; 8th International Conference on Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases May 21-22, 2018, Vienna, Austria International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine June 4-5, 2018, Osaka, Japan; 27th International Conference on Advance Nursing and Healthcare June 11-13, 2018, London, UK; Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 8th International Lymphedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

Recommended Associations & Societies:

Europe: European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Fire disasters, European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC),  European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphedema Framework (ILF), European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, The UK Tissue Viability Society, TERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society).

USA: Wound Healing Society, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, American Professional Wound Care Association, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, American Burn Association, International Society for Burn Injuries, Wound Healing Foundation, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Save a Leg, Save a Life Foundation, Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Hope of Healing FoundationTissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS).

Asia-Pacific: Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals, Japanese Society for Wound Healing, Asian Wound Care Association, Asian Academy of Wound Technology, Chinese Tissue Repair Society, Hong Kong Infection Control Nurses' Association, Asia Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Association, Korean Wound Management Society, Canadian Association of Wound Care, Australian Wound Management Association, New Zealand Wound Care Society, Asia Pacific Association of Surgical Tissue Banking, Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine.

 

Market Analysis

Wound Care Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends & Forecast 2016 – 2023

The Europe region is considered to be one of the most appealing and winning wound care management market next to U.S. In 2016, the Europe Advances Wound Care market has been estimated as USD 2,568.0 million and in the forecast period from 2016 to 2022, it is projected to reach USD 3,330.6 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 4.63%.

Glance of Global Wound Care market:

USA: Global wound care market in USA was valued at $ 684.05 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $ 1,101 billion by 2023, at over 6.2% CAGR.

Europe: The surgical wound care market in Europe is projected to reach $ 3350 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.63%.

Asia Pacific: The Asian global bioactive wound care management market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.85% during the period 2016 to 2020.

Middle East: Global wound care market in the United Arab Emirates has witnessed 9% value growth recorded in 2017 was a better performance than the 7% value CAGR witnessed over 2016.



Figure: Global Wound Care Markets

Market Value of Products:

Wound Care market segments are classified based on the Product Type (Such as Collagen, hydrogels, growth factors, skin substitutes and therapy devices), Application (Such as Acute and Chronic Wounds), by End User (Such as Hospitals and Community Centres)and by Geography (Such as USA, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East and Africa).

Advanced Wound Care Market (AWC Market) was valued at $7,117 million, and is expected to reach $12,454 million by 2022, supported by a CAGR of 8.6%. Advanced wound care products and traditional wound care products are used to treat acute and chronic wounds. Chronic wounds take considerable time to heal and are expensive to treat. Due to its high cost, advanced wound care has emerged as a standard solution for treating chronic wounds. Advanced wound care products are gradually replacing the traditional wound care products due to their efficacy and effectiveness in managing wounds by enabling faster wound healing.

Global Key Players for Wound Care Market: Baxter International, Inc. (U.S.), Coloplast A/S (Denmark.), 3M Company (U.S.), Systagenix Wound Management Limited (U.K), Convatec Healthcare B.S.A.R.L (U.S.), Covidien PLC (Ireland), Ethicon, Inc. (U.S.), Derma Sciences, Inc. (U.S.), Ethicon, Inc. (U.S.), Acelity L.P/ (U.S.), Mölnlycke Health Care (Sweden), Smith & Nephew (U.K),  Dealmed Medical Supplies LLC (U.S.), Safetec of America, Inc. (U.S.), Hollister, Inc. (U.S.), Care-Tech Laboratories Inc (U.S.), American Healthcare Products, Inc. (U.S.), Apollo Safety, Inc. (U.S.), Robinson Healthcare Limited (U.K),  Systagenix Wound Management, Limited (U.K),  HemCon Medical Technologies Europe, Ltd. (U.K),  Medex Supply Distributors Inc. (U.S.), Advanced Protein Systems Ltd. (U.K),  Robinson Healthcare Limited (U.K),  Advanced Medical Solutions Group plc (U.K),  Avita Medical Limited (U.K), Rikco International, LLC (U.S.), Shandong Wego Newlife Medical Device (U.S), Eucare Pharmaceuticals (U.S.), HemCon Medical Technologies Europe, Ltd. (U.S.), Johnson & Johnson (U.S),  Molnlycke Health Care (U.S).

 

Figure: Wound Care Market Growth Annual Sales

Global Wound Care Conferences:

Conferences Hosted by Wound Care Associations & Societies:

European Wound Management Association (EWMA) Conference ; Annual conference by the Austrian Wound Association; 8th International Lymphoedema Framework Conference; Annual Congress of SFFPC (French Wound Healing Society); First Annual Pressure Ulcer Summit; AAPM 34th Annual Meeting; Abu Dhabi Wound Care Conference; American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN) National Conference, American Surgical Association Annual Meeting, Annual Translational to Clinical (T2C) Regenerative Medicine Wound Care Conference, Canadian Association of Wound Care (CAWC) Conference; 2018 WHS Annual Meeting; WOCN Society's 50th Annual Conference.

Conferences Hosted by Private Organizations:

3rd Nordic Dermascopy Course April 5-6, Gothenburg, Sweden; 8th International Lymphoedema Framework Conference June 6-9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Southeastern Surgical Congress February 10-13, 2018, Tampa, Florida; 47th Critical Care Congress  February 25-28, 2018, Texas, USA;  Trauma, Critical Care And Acute Care Surgery April 9-11, 2018 Las Vegas , United States; EWMA Conference  May 9-11, 2018 Krakow, Poland; Conference on Wound Care, Ostomy and Continence Nursing June 3-6, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 15th Meeting of Diabetic Foot Study Group September 28-30, 2018, Berlin, Germany; Annual conference by the Austrian Wound Association September 14-15, Salzburg, Austria; National Conference on Wounds October 24 -26, 2018, Adelaide, South Australia.

 

Figure: Global Wound Care Conferences

Why London?

London is one of the largest and most diverse science regions in Europe. Roughly 200,000 people from around the world teach research, work and study here. Approximately 17 percent of all students come from abroad, most of them from China, Russia and the USA. Many cooperative programs link London’s institutes of higher education with partner institutes around the world. According to 2016 statical report, London capital primary market value is £25.6bn. London is city of science at the heart of Europe – a city whose history of scientific excellence stems from its many important research institutions and its long track record of scientific breakthroughs. London is also known for being a very imperative center of scientific research, with prestigious institutes and research organisations, such as the Max-Planck-Institute, the ‘Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft’ and the ‘Leibniz-Gemeinschaft’. London attracts especially young and creative people from all over the world, offering a high quality of life, a fascinating cultural scene and interesting career opportunities. 

Major Wound care Associations in London:

Wound Healing Society, Tissue Viable Society, Wound Care Alliance UK, European Wound Management Association, The Wound Management Association of Ireland, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, European Burns Association (EBA), European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET), European Tissue Repair Society (ETRS), World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care (WAWLC), International Compression Club (ICC), European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS), International Lymphoedema Framework (ILF), European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS), German Society for Wound Healing and Wound Treatment

Key Universities working on Wound Care Programs in London:

Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Birmingham Medical School, Bristol Medical School, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge, University of Exeter Medical School, Hull York Medical School, Imperial College School of Medicine, Keele University School of Medicine, King's College London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Lancaster Medical School, Leeds School of Medicine, Leicester Medical School, Liverpool Medical School, Manchester Medical School, Newcastle University Medical School, University of Nottingham Medical School, Norwich Medical School, Oxford University Medical School, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, UCL Medical School, Sheffield Medical School, Southampton Medical School, St George's, University of London, Warwick Medical School, Queen Mary University of London, Cardiff University, University of Cumbria.

Top Hospitals in London:

Royal Brompton Hospital, Royal London Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital, Chelsea & Westminster Healthcare N H S Trust, University College Hospital, St Thomas’ Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital, The London Clinic, The Portland Hospital, Whittington Hospital, Cromwell Hospital, St. Leonard’s Hospital and etc.

Intended Audience:

Wound Care Experts, Wound Care Specialists, Wound Care Nurses, Wound Care Surgeons, Plastic Surgeons, Wound Care Physicians, Wound Care Vendors, Dermatologists, Burn Care Nurse, Burn Care Specialist, Link Nurses & Registered Nurses in Wound Care, Microbiologists, Pharmaceutical companies, Diabetologists, Oncologists, Wound Care Associations and Societies, Public Health Departments, Health Clubs, Nutritionists and Dieticians, Phychologists, Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies, Consultants, Pathologists, Specialist Nurses, Vascular and General Surgeons, Internal Medicine Specialists/Internists.

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The information developed in this report is intended only for the purpose of understanding the scope of hosting related international meetings at the respective locations. This information does not constitute managerial, legal or accounting advice, nor should it be considered as a corporate policy guide, laboratory manual or an endorsement of any product, as much of the information is speculative in nature. Conference Organizers take no responsibility for any loss or damage that might result from reliance on the reported information or from its use.

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Eliaz P. Babaev
President, Co-Founder and CEO
Arobella Medical, LLC
Minneapolis, USA
OCM Member
Wei Li
Director & Professor, Dermatology
USC Keck School of Medicine
Los Angeles, USA
OCM Member
Sandeep Shrivastava
Director & Chairman, Orthopaedics
Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences
Nagpur, India
OCM Member
Christine Moffatt
Professor, Nursing
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Laurent Chabal
Past Vice-President
Swiss Association of Wound Care
Switzerland, Switzerland
OCM Member
Alina Sionkowska
Professor, Department of Chemistry of Biomaterials and Cosmetics
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Warsaw, Poland

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