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Theme
Emerging and Innovative Approaches for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration
- Wound Care 2021

Welcome Message

With absolute enthusiasm and the Will to influence, we extend a warm invitation to attend the 5th International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine scheduled on September 08-09, 2021 in the beautiful city of Paris, France.

This year with the refreshing theme on “Emerging and Innovative Approaches for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration”.

Wound Care Congress is all set to bring together the eminent scholars from the wound care and tissue regeneration community presenting the unsurpassed opportunities to present and explore the future wound healing and tissue science medicine.

Witness the gathering the world-leading and renowned academicians, business delegates, principal investigators, nurses, homeopathist, researchers, students to witness the futuristic ideologies put forth by the experts.

This integrative 2-day event deliberates the new strategies, convictions that will impact the process of your professional development. Join us with your research and business tactics which will direct to the optimistic approach to the advancements of the future wound care & tissue regeneration.

Connect with us to Socialize, Interact, Network and Collaborate at Wound Care Conference 2021.

We look forward to hosting you in Paris!

Regards
Organizing Committee

Abstract Submission & Scientific Sessions

Submit your abstracts via online https://woundcare.alliedacademies.com/abstract-submission

Submit your abstracts via email woundcare@nursingcongress.net

After the peer review process, you will be notified within in 3-5 business days by e-mail about the acceptance/rejection of your abstract submission.

Submit your abstracts on…

  1. Wound Care and Trauma
  2. Surgical Wound Care
  3. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
  4. Tissue Engineering in Wound Repair
  5. Biomaterials for Wound Healing
  6. Stem Cells and Wound Healing
  7. Wound Healing & Tissue Regeneration
  8. Bioengineered Skin
  9. Regenerative Medicine
  10. Wound Dressings
  11. Wound Infections
  12. Wound Ulcers
  13. Diabetic & Podiatry Wound Care
  14. Diabetes Wound Care
  15. Burns and Advanced Wound Care
  16. Wound Care Nursing
  17. Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing
  18. Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine
  19. Wound Care & Nutrition
  20. Wound Care & Lymphedema
  21. Wound Pain Management
  22. Wound Care Treatment & Therapies
  23. Skin & Skin Cancer
  24. Wound Care Products

Session on: Wound Careand Trauma

Wounds can be torn, cut orperforated or blunt trauma which got to be caused by an associate act, form of anattempt fall, or surgical operation by chronic illness or by an underlyingcondition. Healthcareprofessionals have different ways that within which of classifying wounds.Based on the classification, chronic (similar to the skin ulcers which iscaused by diabetes mellitus) or acute (form of wound or animal bite) and open(underlying tissues are exposed) or closed (trauma to underlying structures hasoccurred), the wounds can be taken care of. For efficient wound care,all patients with wounds should be properly assessed and treated.

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Related Associations and Societies: International Association for Trauma Surgery and Intensive Care (IATSIC), European Society of Intensive CareMedicine (ESICM), American Trauma Society (ATS), Society for Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), Canadian Critical Care Society (CCCS), German Society for Trauma Surgery (GSTS), Panamerican Trauma Society (PTS)

Session on: Surgical Wound Care

Surgical wounds may be a vital andgrowing health burden on the community. Wound management will be a complextreatment area, with chronic wounds, acute wounds and surgical wounds eachhaving their own characteristics; however, wounds very similar to theindividuals affected by them got to be treated on a private basis. Surgical woundinfection occurs within 30 days of surgery and recovery can last for weeks tomonths. Hefty progress has been created on advanced products in the field of wound healingand varieties of the latest therapeutic approaches are currently available. Thepersistent advances combined with basic medical and surgical approaches, canaccelerate the healing of chronic woundsto an extent but still impracticable with current therapeutic agents. Suchadvanced approaches will facilitate treat chronic wounds in an exceedinglyclinically economical manner.

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Related Associations and Societies: Association for Academic Surgery (AAS), American College of Foot andAnkle Surgeons (ACFAS), American Society of PlasticSurgeons (ASPS), American College of Surgeons (FACS), European Society for VascularSurgery (ESVS), American Society of Plasticand Reconstructive SurgeonsJapan Society of Plastic and Reconstructive SurgeryAsia Pacific Association ofSurgical Tissue BankingAcademy of Medical-SurgicalNurses (AMSN), Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses

Session on: Plastic & ReconstructiveSurgery

Modern surgery has developed to sucha scope that the body of information and technical skills desired have led tosurgeons specializing predominating areas, typically an anatomical space of thebody or sometimes in an explicit technique or kind of patient. Reconstructive surgeryprocedures are the mainstay of nearly all plastic surgeons’ work: covering allaspects of wound healing andreconstruction when congenital, acquired and traumatic issues. Emergencyplastic surgery conjointly supports the work of different surgeons, managingcomplicated wounds from accidents or when alternative surgical procedures. Themain techniques involved are skin grafts, tissue expansion, flap surgery andmicrosurgery. Abundance of research of plastic surgeons is centered onrecognizing blood supply of tissues, wound healing andscar management, significantly within the management of burns. New techniquesand findings from research are getting used to enhance outcomes for patients.

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Related Associations and Societies: The European Society of Plastic,Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS), British Association of Plastic,Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), American Association of Plastic Surgeons, American Society of PlasticSurgeons, The Israel Society of PlasticSurgeons, Italian Association ofAesthetic Plastic Surgery (AICPE), German Society of Plastic,Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (DGPRÄC)

Session on: Tissue Engineering in WoundRepair

Tissue engineering developedthe therapeutic potential for wound healing and for wounds that are not open toprimary closure. Over the past years, there have been remarkable advances inour understanding of the molecular and cellular processes involved in acute wound healing andin the pathobiology of chronic wounds.Improved knowledge has led to wound care advances. There are there importantareas of research involved in stimulating complex wounds to heal by usingbiologics (growth factors and stem cells), use of artificial extracellularmatrices for regeneration, effect of mechanical forces on wound healing. Fourcomponents are essential for tissue engineering. Stem cells, amatrix or scaffold, a bioreactor (culture medium), cytokines. The two majorapproaches have been utilized to develop engineered tissue includes In vitro(cellular constructs) and In vivo (acellular constructs). The goal oftissue engineering has been initially to substitute in patients with extensiveburns wounds with tissue engineered autologous materials.  

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Related Associations and Societies: The Orthopaedic Research andEducation Foundation (OREF), The Wound Healing Foundation,The Wound Healing Society(WHS), Wound Healing Foundation(WHF), The American Association ofTissue Banks (AATB), Charity Wound Care FoundationIncorporated (CWCFI), The World Union of TissueBanking Associations (WUTBA), The Association for SoftTissue Therapists

Session on: Biomaterials for Wound Healing

Wound healing is thedynamic interactive process that includes parenchymal cells, extracellularmatrix, blood cells, and soluble mediators. Wound healing has three phases suchas inflammatory, proliferative, and the tissue re-modeling phases. So far, manyresearchers have been developing the studies of wound healing. Several criteriaare used for the classification of wound dressings.These include classification based on the physical form of the dressing, suchas gels, ointments, creams, films, and scaffolds. In fact, efficiencies of manybiomaterials are indicated. More recently, nano-based biomaterials havebeen developing. The aim of this Special session is to discuss about the Latest,advanced, and functional biomaterials for wound healing.

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Related Associations and Societies: European Society for Biomaterials,Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials(ScSB), Australasian Society forBiomaterials and Tissue Engineering (ASBTE), The Korean Society forBiomaterials (KSBM), Japanese Society forBiomaterials, The Society for Biomaterialsand Artificial Organs (India), The Swiss Society for Biomaterialsand Regenerative Medicine (SSB+RM)

Session on: Stem Cells and Wound Healing

Stem cells are wellwell-known for its characterized and property of self-renewal and differentiateas multipotency cells., Stem Cells can act as a most therapeutic potential andattractive option for the treatment of chronic wounds, dueto its ability to secrete pro-regenerative cytokines. The connective tissue thatis characterized within the skin by disorganized collagen structure, loss of hairfollicles and irregular vascular structure is often used in the replacement ofwounded tissues in adults. But, the traditional tissue with the activity ofstem cells is preferred to replace in the case of wounded fetal tissue. An achievabletechnique for tissue regenerationin adults is to seed adult somatic cell within a tissue bed "soil" ina wound bed and allow the stem cells to promote differentiation within thetissue bed cells. This technique produces a regenerative response additionalalmost like fetal wound healing thanadult connective tissue formation. Even now scientists are investigating fortotally different aspects of the "soil" tissue that is conducive toregeneration.

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Related Associations and Societies: National Stem Cell Foundation(NSCF), The New York Stem CellFoundation (NYSCF), The Australasian Society forStem Cell Research (ASSCR), American Association forCancer Research (AACR), American Association for TheAdvancement of Science (AAAS), The UK Stem Cell Foundation(UKSCF), The German Stem Cell Network(GSCN), The Canadian Stem CellFoundation

Session on: Wound Healing & TissueRegeneration

Tissue regenerationfollowing injury or health problem is generally thought to recapitulate embryonicdevelopment by exploiting similar molecular and cellular pathways. The use ofstem cells to wounds is advantageous, as stem cells have the power todifferentiate and replace the lost or injured tissue, as well as manipulatemultiple biological pathways quickly through paracrine signal. Stem cell biologyand regenerative medicineare rapidly developing fields. The establishment of latest technology and the developmentof novel stem cell populations have permitted scientists to require an additionalin-depth method to the study specific diseases and biological processes.

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Related Associations and Societies: Japanese Society for WoundHealingWound Healing SocietyFoundationWorld Union of Wound HealingSocieties (WUWHS), French and Francophone Societyof Wounds and Wound Healing (SFFPC), Wound Healing SocietyWound Healing FoundationHope of Healing FoundationJapanese Society for WoundHealingWound Healing SocietySingapore

Session on: Bioengineered Skin

Bioengineered skinis developed temporarily to take over the functions of the epidermis and/ordermis up to the patient's skin barrier repairs naturally or until completeskin replacement is possible with a skin graft or cultured equivalent. Bioengineeredskin comprises the outer epidermal layer and/or a dermal layer (the layer ofskin between the epidermis and the subcutaneous tissue) implanted into anacellular matrix (a support structure) developing a biological skin substitute.This artificial tissuecan be acquired from the patient's own cells or from another allogeneic (non-self)sources. Most industrial bioengineered skincomprise of sheets of cells obtained from neonatal (allogenic) foreskin.

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Related Associations and Societies: North American Wound CareCouncil (NAWCC), Association for theAdvancement of Wound Care (AAWC), Canadian Association of Wound Care(CAWC), Wound Care InstituteSwiss Association for WoundCareMaltese Association of Skinand wound CareAmerican Professional WoundCare Association (APWCA), Malaysian Society of WoundCare ProfessionalsAsian Wound Care AssociationNew Zealand Wound Care Society

Session on: Regenerative Medicine

The field of regenerative medicinehas been aiming advanced innovations to repair connective tissue wounds. Thereare several regenerative medicine developments being examined for the treatmentof wounds, burns and skin diseases. The main part of inventions is being developedfor the treatment of ulcers related with diabetes and complex or chronicwounds. Regenerative medicine as well as tissue engineering andcellular therapy may be a rapidly evolving field that's being investigated as achoice for the repair of function in numerous diseases. The application of stemcells to wounds is advantageous, as stem cells have the power to differentiateand replace the lost or injured tissue, as well as influence multiplebiological pathways quickly via paracrine signal. Stem cell biologyand regenerative medicine are quickly increasing fields. The introduction oflatest technology and the emergence of novel stem cell populations have allowedresearchers to require an additional in-depth approach to the study of specificdiseases and biological processes.

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Related Associations and Societies: European Tissue Repair Society (ETRS), The UK Tissue ViabilitySocietyTERMIS-EU (formerly European Tissue Engineering Society), Chinese Tissue Repair SocietyJapanese Society forRegenerative MedicineNational Society ofRegenerative MedicineInternational Society of Regenerative MedicineThe Japanese Society forRegenerative MedicineCanadian Association forResearch in Regenerative MedicineAmerican Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine

Session on: Wound Dressings

Wound dressings anddevices gain a vital role in the worldwide medical and pharmaceutical woundcare market. Wound dressings areexceedingly classified into variety of ways based on the kind of materialutilized for the dressing production such as hydrocolloid, alginate, collagen;physical form of the dressing such as ointment, film, foam, gel and finally ontheir function within the wound such as wound debridement, antibacterialagents, occlusive, absorbent, adherence. Apart from this, additionally they areclassified into traditional dressings, modern and advanced dressings, skinreplacement product and wound healingdevices. With the improvement in the technology, over 3000 products have beendeveloped to treat different types of wounds by focusing different aspects ofhealing process.

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Related Associations and Societies: Asian Academy of WoundTechnologyNorth American Wound CareCouncil (NAWCC), Association for theAdvancement of Wound Care (AAWC), Canadian Association of Wound Care (CAWC), Wound Care Institute, Swiss Association forWound CareMaltese Association of Skinand wound CareAmerican Professional WoundCare Association (APWCA), Malaysian Society of WoundCare ProfessionalsAsian Wound Care AssociationNew Zealand Wound Care Society

Session on: Wound Infections

When wounds areexposure to environment it usually contaminated or infected by microorganismslike bacteria that could penetrate the wound, multiplies, and damage yourskin’s tissues, which will lead to unhealthiness and interrupts the healing process.An infected wound could cause pain, redness or swelling in the skin, warm, pusdischarge, unhealthy odor or non-healing wound. This ends in infected wounds owingto weaken defenses of body's immune or cannot manage ancient microorganismgrowth. The weaker immune system of diabetes or aged persons are susceptible toto be danger of wound infections. Therefore, preventing the wound infectionought to be a primary important goal for all health care practitioners.

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Related Associations and Societies: Association for Practitionersin Infection Control (APIC), American Society forInvestigative Pathology (ASIP), Inflammation Research Association(IRA), International Wound InfectionInstitute, Hong Kong Infection ControlNurses' Association, Association for Professionalsin Infection Control and Epidemiology, Asia Pacific Society ofInfection Control (APSIC)

Session on: Wound Ulcers

Ulcers are often anaching on the skin or a mucous membrane, occur with the breakdown of tissue.They can end up in ample loss of the epidermis and often parts of the dermisand even subcutaneous fat. The wounds from thatulcers arise are caused by an oversized reasonably factor; but the maximumreason is decreased blood circulation. Particularly, chronic wounds andulcers are formed by poor circulation, either through cardiovascular issues orexternal pressure from a bed or a wheelchair. Completely different causesproducing skin ulcers embody microbial infections,fungal infections and cancers.

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Related Associations and Societies: European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP), National Pressure UlcerAdvisory Panel (NPUAP), Japanese Society of PressureUlcers (JSPU)

Session on: Diabetic & Podiatry WoundCare

The magnitude of wound infections inpodiatry medicine deals with the neuropathy treatment. From stigma to real lifetreatment, Diabetic wound healing always a complex challenging procedure sincethe healing process is slow due to neuropathic factor in foot. Untreated diabetic woundresults in gangrene and sepsis leading to severe complication. Variousantibiotic therapy, starting from cleaning the wound with saline to adapting tomodern techniques wound care has beenplaying a key role in diabetic foot care. Wound healing should assess thedeliberate factors such as the general health of the patient, tissue repairprocess, grading, description and classification of the wound

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Related Associations and Societies: American Diabetes Association(ADA), International Society of LimbSalvage Austria, European Society of Physical& Rehabilitation Medicine (ESPRM), Save a Leg, Save a LifeFoundation, Malaysian Diabetic LimbSalvaging Society (MDLSS), Japanese Society of LimbSalvage and Podiatric Medicine (JLSPM), Federation of European Nursesin Diabetes, European Dialysis andTransplant Nurses Association

Session on: Diabetes Wound Care

Diabetic wound healingalways a complex challenging procedure since the healing process is slow due toneuropathic factor in foot. Untreated diabetic wound results in gangrene andsepsis leading to severe complication. Various antibiotic therapy, startingfrom cleaning the wound with saline to adapting to modern techniques wound care has beenplaying a key role in diabetic foot care. The main goal among the treatment offoot ulcers is to stimulate healing at the earliest as because the faster thehealing, the less likelihood for an infection. Wound healingshould assess the deliberate factors such as the general health of the patient,tissue repair process, grading, description and classification of the wound.

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Related Associations and Societies: American Diabetes Association (ADA), International Society of Limb Salvage AustriaEuropean Society of Physical& Rehabilitation Medicine (ESPRM), Save a Leg, Save a LifeFoundationMalaysian Diabetic LimbSalvaging Society (MDLSS), Japanese Society of LimbSalvage and Podiatric Medicine (JLSPM), Federation of European Nursesin DiabetesEuropean Dialysis andTransplant Nurses Association

Session on: Burns and Advanced Wound Care

Treatment for this specializedthermal wound injury has been evolved. The severity of the traumatic injury isrecognized in third degree wound care burnswhich involves the surgical procedure of skin healing, skingrafts. Burn shock are the results of the thermal injury which covers the 20%of the body area. Patients are also at jeopardy for developing sepsis secondaryto pneumonia, catheter-related infections, Modern techniques like skingrafting, bioengineeringfluid resuscitation, nutritional support, pulmonary and burn wound care, andinfection control practices which are adapting the patient centricity.

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Related Associations and Societies: European Burns Association(EBA), Euro-Mediterranean Council forBurns and Fire Disasters (EBC), Annals of Burns and Firedisasters, American Burn Association,International Society for BurnInjuries, Taiwan Society for BurnInjuries and Wound Healing

Session on: Wound Care Nursing

Clinically Skilled, passionate andempathetic nurses ensure a significant palliative care to the patients withwound injuries. Wound care nursesAssess and treat the intricate wound injuries likesurgical, ostomy, ulcers wound, accidental and traumatic wound with absolutecare. WOC nurses are a vital and esteemed member of the healthcare team andmake a tremendous difference in their patients’ comfort and quality of life andthey evaluate their patients and must recommend treatments to enable timely wound healingmedicament.

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Related Associations and Societies: Swedish Wound Care NursesAssociation, Dermatology Nurses'Association, Association of Clinical NurseSpecialists, International Council ofNurses, Japanese Nursing Association,Nursing Council of New Zealand,Nursing and Midwifery Council,American Association ofCritical Care Nurses (AACN), European Federation ofCritical Care Nursing Associations

Session on: Wound, Ostomy & ContinenceNursing

Wound, Ostomy andContinence Nursing is atri-specialty nursing, that comprises the treatment of wounded patients (acuteand chronic), patients with an ostomy (the people who have had a bladderdiversion) and patients with continence problems (individuals with bladder andbowel management and connected skincare issues). WOC nurses utilizeevidence-based info and skills to handle acute and rehabilitative desires forindividuals with selected disorders such as gastrointestinal, genitourinaryand/or integumentary system. Nurses with this specialty are generally referredto as wound, ostomy, and continence nurses (WOC) nurses who take care ofpatients with complicated wounds and injuries.

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Related Associations and Societies: Wound Ostomy and ContinenceNurses Society (WOCN), Ostomy, Wound and IncontinencecareSociety of Wound, Ostomy andContinence Management (JWOCM)

Session on: Wound Care & HyperbaricMedicine

The non-healing wounds arise once theamount of oxygen in and around the wound decreases below a specific stage andyour body's natural cure system and ability to battle infection emerge astypically impaired. Chronic wounds likethese need specific wound care and mostnotably, hyperbaric remedy healing. Patients who will have the benefit ofhyperbaric oxygen therapy embody Patients with non-healing wounds, Cancerpatients with tissue injury as a result of radiotherapy, several improved diabetic foot woundsand chronic bone infections. Hyperbaric oxygen treatments in selected patientswill enable healing by improving tissue oxygen tension, thus providing thewound with additional favorable circumstances for repair. Therefore, HBOtherapy is frequently considered as a vital problem to any comprehensive woundcare program.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: Undersea & HyperbaricMedical Society (UHMS), International Hyperbaric Medical AssociationNational Hyperbaric MedicalAssociationVeterinary Hyperbaric MedicineSocietyBrazilian Society ofHyperbaric MedicineCanadian Undersea &Hyperbaric Medicine Association (CUHMA)

Session on: Wound Care & Nutrition

Nutrition plays a majorrole in wound healing and wound carepractices and nutritional assistance should be thought of a simple part ofwound management. Wound healing could be an advanced process; it's the tacticof replacing wounded tissue with new tissue formed by the body that demands a highintake of energy and specific nutrients, particularly protein and calories.Poor nutrition or neglecting the Nutritionary health of a person with a woundcan compromise the entire wound management process and inadequate nutritionresults in impaired and prolonged healing. Improved Nutritionary status permitsthe body to heal wounds like the accelerated wound healing seen withNutritionary supplementation.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: American Society for ClinicalNutrition, Federation of Asian Nutrition Societies(FANS), Federation of EuropeanNutrition Societies (FENS), National Association ofNutrition Professionals, National Institute ofNutrition and Food Safety, Asia Pacific ClinicalNutrition Society

Session on: Wound Care & Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a stateof abnormal swelling caused by a systema lymphaticum. It's typically found betweenthe arms or legs and will even have an impact on the trunk, face, or genitalorgan. Primary lymphedema could be a congenital drawback triggered by a reductioninside the range or size of the lymphatic vessels. Secondary lymphedema resultsfrom damage caused by surgery, radiation therapy, injury, infection, venousinsufficiency, scar tissue, cancer andinflammation. Early stages of dropsy may even be quickly reduced by simpleelevation of the limb. If not properly treated, the protein-rich swellingcauses a gradual strengthening of the affected tissues, along with recurringcellulitis and possibly fungal infection.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: National Lymphedema Network (NLN),World Alliance for Wound andLymphedema Care (WAWLC), International Lymphedema Framework(ILF), Australian LymphologyAssociation, Lymphedema Association ofOntario, British Lymphology Society,Canadian Lymphedema Framework(CLF)

Session on: Wound Pain Management

Pain may be a usual situation ofpatients with chronic wounds. Wound infection canprolong healing and cause and deepen wound pain. The basic principle reason isthat the inflammatory reaction caused over the infection causes the wound pain.This response ends in causing the tissue injury due to the release ofinflammatory mediators and accelerates the creation of enzymes and freeradicals. The main contributor to wound pain isdressing changes. Pain managementshould include pain analysis before, throughout and once every dressing modificationto form sure that the affected person’s pain is managed with success. Suchprogressing assessment will permit healthcare specialists to identify any causeswhich will be altered or avoided to chop back pain.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam, Netherlands;3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: American Academy of WoundManagement (AAWM), European Wound ManagementAssociation (EWMA), Wound Management Association of Ireland (WMAI), Korean Wound ManagementSociety, Australian Wound ManagementAssociation, Indian Society of WoundManagement

Session on: Wound Care Treatment &Therapies

Wound managementtherapy can be an essential and increasing health obligation on the community. Significantimprovement has been created on advanced merchandise among the division ofwound healing and forms of latest therapeutic approaches are currently reachable.It's expected that ongoing developments can speed up the healing of chronic wounds toan extent, once linked with basic medical and surgical approaches, but stillout of the question with current therapeutic agents. It may even be necessaryto use customized therapeutic approaches for curing specific wound types and peopleusing increasing tissue engineeringtechnologies. Such innovative approaches will help to treat chronic wounds throughoutclinically economical manner.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: American Medical DirectorsAssociation (AMDA), American Physical TherapyAssociation (APTA), Canadian Association ofEnterostomal Therapy (CAET), European Council ofEnterostomal Therapy (ECET), Brazilian Association ofEnterostomal Therapy, Japanese Society of Stoma andContinence Rehabilitation (JSSCR), Asia Pacific EnterostomalTherapist Association

Session on: Skin & Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is thatthe most common type of cancer, worldwide accounting for a minimum offour-hundredth of cases. The main common character is nonmelanoma carcinomathat occurs in a minimum of 2-3 million people annually. There are a range of severalcarcinoma symptomslike patches, ulcers, discolored skin and variations in existing moles, like sharpedges to the mole and enlargement. Even though malignant melanoma is one betweenthe foremost quickly rising types of human cancer, newtreatments have been slow in improving and therefore the mortality rate remainsincrease.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: American Academy ofDermatology (AAD), Society for InvestigativeDermatology (SID), Oncology Nursing SocietyAmerican Cancer SocietyUnited Breast CancerFoundationSamuel Waxman Cancer ResearchFoundationThe European CancerOrganization (ECCO), International Cancer ResearchPartnership (ICRP), Peter McCollum Cancer Centre

Session on: Wound Care Products

There is a significant form of innovativewound care product availableand when applied early in wound care treatment, they stimulate quicker healingand reduce the risk of infection. Ancient wound care merchandise will cure mosttiny cuts and minor abrasions as well as scrapes and cracked skin. Whereas Improvedwound caremerchandise is intended which includes comprises hydrogels, hydrocolloids,alginates, and film and foam dressings to treat tons of complicated wounds andthen on be protected under insurance usually want a doctor’s order. Utilizingthe proper advanced wound care productwill speed up this method by encouraging new tissue development and with the properdressing assists the body’s natural healing processes.

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Related Conferences: 4th International Conference on Wound Care, Nursing & Tissue Science, March 23-24, 2020, Amsterdam,Netherlands; 3rd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, Dublin, Ireland, May 20-21, 2020; Conferenceof the French Society for Wound Care, 26-28January, Paris, France; 4th World Congress and Expo on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 21-22, 2020, Paris, France; 4th World Congress on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, March 2-3, 2020, Rome, Italy; Conference ofFinnish Wound Care Society,31-01 January, Helsinki, Finland

Related Associations and Societies: Asian Academy of WoundTechnologyNorth American Wound CareCouncil (NAWCC), Association for theAdvancement of Wound Care (AAWC), Canadian Association of Wound Care (CAWC), Wound Care Institute, Swiss Association forWound CareMaltese Association of Skinand wound CareAmerican Professional WoundCare Association (APWCA), Malaysian Society of WoundCare ProfessionalsAsian Wound Care AssociationNew Zealand Wound Care Society

Registration Fee Details

Academic

Type

Standard Fee

Only Speaker Registration

$899

Package A (Registration + 2 Nights' Accommodation)

$1199

Package B (Registration + 3 Nights' Accommodation)

$1349

Delegate Registration

$999

Young Research Forum

$599

Student Delegate

$499

Video Presentation

$300

E-poster

$100

Workshop

$999

Poster Presentation (Add-ons)

$100

Accompanying person

$250

Accommodation (1 Night)

$150

Token Amount

$200


Business

Type

Standard Fee

Only Speaker Registration

$999

Package A (Registration + 2 Nights' Accommodation)

$1299

Package B (Registration + 3 Nights' Accommodation)

$1449

Delegate Registration

$1199

Video Presentation

$400

Workshop

$1099

Exhibitor

$2499

Poster Presentation (Add-ons)

$200

Accommodation (1 Night)

$200

Token Amount

$250


Registration Benefits

Only Registration Includes:

  • Access to All Sessions and Workshops
  • CPD accredited
  • A free paper abstract in our Journal for free of cost
  • Accepted Abstracts will be published in respective supporting journals,
  • Each abstract will be labeled with a DOI provided by Cross Ref.
  • Certificate of presentation by the International Organizing Committee (IOCM)
  • Reception banquet
  • Coffee break during the conference
  • 2 days breakfast during the conference
  • 2 days Lunch during the conference
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Certificate of Presentation
  • B2B meetings

Package A

Only registration benefits + Accommodation for 2 nights (September 07-08, 2021) 

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Only registration benefits + Accommodation for 3 nights (September 07-09, 2021)

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Contact: Ms. Lizeth Andrea (Program Director)

Email: woundcare@nursingcongress.com

WhatsApp: (44) 1403582077

Market Analysis

The global wound care market is deemed to experience a modest CAGR of 6.20% during the forecast period(2017-2023), asserts Market Research Future (MRFR).

During 2017 the wound healing management was valued at $33.9 billion and now it will be expected to expand to$45.5 Billion by 2024. Three of the liveliest markets in the wound care medicament are advanced wound closure, negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), and cellular or tissue-based products.

The main the revenue-generating region is North America (U.S), simultaneously Asia pacific regions like China, India, Japan, Philippine, Japan seeing its rise in total CAGR of 10.4% due to an increase in old age citizens and emerging mandate for the wound healing medicaments

The statement covers the examination of the global advanced wound care market based on product type, application, end-user, and geography. Based on product type, the market is segmented into infection management, exudate management, active wound care, and therapy devices.

  • InfectionManagement        
  • Silver wound dressings
  • Non-SilverDressings

Based on application, the advanced wound care market is divided into chronic wound care and active wound care. These techniques find their applications in many clinical areas, namely, burns, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers, diabetic leg ulcers, and surgical wounds.

Based on end-users, the market is segmented into hospitals and community centers.

Based on geography, the market is studied with respect to the four major regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.

US

Europe

Asia-Pacific

 

LAMEA

Canada

France

Japan

Brazil

Mexico

Germany

China

Colombia

Cuba

Netherlands

India

UAE, Saudi Arabia

 

Why France?

Paris, a city tries to heal the wound at its heart and consistently placed strongly in the index is largely due to its high concentration of internationally ranking universities and industries. The laboratories cover all scientific disciplines that mobilize over 15,000 scientists, researchers, and PhD scholars. The presence of hospitals, laboratories, universities, companies, tourist’s attractions, and other professional services together make the France favorite destination for scientific meetings.

Major Wound Care Associations in Paris:

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 Paris:

University of Paris, Paris Descartes University, University Panthéon-Assas, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris Diderot University, École des Ponts ParisTech, University Paris-Sud 11, Sciences Po Paris, Sorbonne University, École Polytechnique (ParisTech), Paris Science and Letters Research University (PSL), Polytechnic School, Centrale Supélec, University of Côte d’Azur, University of Technology of Compiègne, National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA Lyon), Sciences Po, University of Strasbourg, Paris Diderot University – Paris 7, University Francois Rabelais, University of Burgundy

Top Hospitals in Paris:

Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital, St. Louis Hospital, Diaconesse St Simon Hospital Group, Georges Pompidou European Hospital, Hôtel-Dieu Hospital, Cochin Hospital, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Saint Joseph Hospital, American Hospital of Paris, Lariboisiere Hospital, Bichat Claude-Bernard Hospital, Saint-Antoine Hospital, Tenon Hospital, Armand Trousseau Hospital, etc.

Intended Audience

Wound Care Experts, Wound Care Specialists, Nurses, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses, Wound Care Surgeons, Plastic Surgeons, Wound Care Physicians, Wound CareVendors, Dermatologists, Burn Care Specialist, Surgeons, Link Nurses &Registered Nurses in Wound Care, Microbiologists, Pharmaceutical companies, Diabetologists, Oncologists, Wound Care Associations and Societies, PublicHealth Departments, NGO’s, Health Clubs, Nutritionists and Dieticians, Psychologists, Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies, Consultants, Pathologists, Specialist Nurses, Vascular and General Surgeons, InternalMedicine Specialists/Internists, Business Experts in the field of Wound Care, Dermatology and Medical Devices.

Notable Associations

V&VNDecubitus and Wound Consultants (V&VN DWC), Netherland's Organisation of Wound Care Nurses (NOVW), American Burn Association (ABA), Association Españolade Quemaduras (AEQUE), Australian & New Zealand Burn Association, BelgianBurns Association, Brazilian Burn Society, British Association of PlasticSurgeons (BAPS), British Burns Association, Children’s Burns Trust, Dutch BurnsFoundation, The Euro-Mediterranean Council for Burns and Fire Disasters (MBC), FrenchBurn Association (Societe Francaise d’Etude et de Traitement des brûlures) (SFETB).

Disclaimer

The information provided 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.

Past Conference Report


We would like to express our special gratitude to all of our wonderful keynotes, speakers, conference attendees, students, associations, media partners, exhibitors, and guests for making Wound Care 2021 Virtual Conference a successful and splendid event.

Allied Academies hosted the event of “4th International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine” during March 08 & 10, 2021 in Cisco Webex web conferencing platform with the theme Emerging and Innovative Approaches for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration. Benevolent response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members of supporting International Journals as well as from the leading academic scientists, researchers, research scholars, students, and leaders from the fields of Wound Care, Dermatology and Regenerative Medicine made this event successful.

Also, the conference was marked by the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates, and talented student communities representing more than 18 countries, who have driven this event into the path of success. The conference highlighted through various sessions on current retroviral research.

Wound Care 2021 Virtual Conference witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various new-fangled topics related to the fields of Wound Care, Tissue Repair, Regenerative Medicine, Dermatology and Surgical Cosmetology.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • Wound Care & Lymphedema
  • Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration
  • Wound Infections
  • Skin Care
  • Clinical Dermatology
  • Pediatric Dermatology
  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Surgical Wound Care
  • Surgical Cosmetology
  • Burns and Advanced Wound Care
  • Wound Dressing

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures. The conference was embarked with an opening ceremony followed by a series of lectures delivered by both Honourable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The adepts who promulgated the theme with their exquisite talk were;

  • Eliaz Babaev | Arobella Medical LLC | USA
  • Elad Arieh Koren | Leumit HMO | Israel
  • Shinkevich Dmitry | Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry | Russia
  • Jasmina Begic | University Clinical Center Sarajevo | Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Keri Goldinger | Lead Medical Aesthetician | USA
  • Catherine Maley | Catherine Maley Aesthetic Practice Consultancy | USA
  • Vita Boyar | Northwell Health | USA
  • Travis L Perry | Wright State University | USA
  • Ma'en Zaid Abu Qamar | Edith Cowan University | Australia
  • Andre Oliveira Paggiaro | Guarulhos University | Brazil

The event enlightened various areas of Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine with Workshops and plenary lectures from the speakers of various universities and organizations like

  • Aquavita Inc | USA
  • Balkan Wound Management Association | Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry | Russia
  • Catherine Maley Aesthetic Practice Consultancy | USA
  • Herzog Medical Center | Israel
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas | USA
  • Balikesir Ataturk City Hospital | Turkey
  • University of Pavia | Italy
  • Emma Coleman Clinics | UK
  • Elkerliek Hospital | The Netherlands
  • Colombia University | Colombia
  • TOOsonix A/S | Denmark
  • Military Medical Academy. S. M. Kirov | Russia
  • The Third People's Hospital of Chengdu | China
  • University of Valencia | Spain
  • University of Brussels | Belgium
  • University of Witwatersrand | South Africa
  • University of Sao Paulo | Brazil
  • Hospital General Dr. Nicolás San Juan | Mexico
  • Sapienza University of Rome | Italy
  • Accelerated Enrollment Solutions | Poland
  • proDERM Institute for Applied Dermatological Research | Germany

We are also obliged to various delegate experts, company representatives, and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Wound Care 2019.

With the grand success of the Wound Care 2021 Virtual Conference, Allied Academies is proud to announce the "5th International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine” to be held during September 08-09, 2021 in Paris, France

For more information please visit: http://woundcare.alliedacademies.com/

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Organizing Committee Members
OCM Member
Alexander Seifalian
CEO and Professor Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine, CEO and Professor
NanoRegMed Ltd
London, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Eliaz P. Babaev
President, Co-Founder and CEO, Wound and Tissue Science
Arobella Medical, LLC
Minneapolis, USA
OCM Member
Joseph P Krieger
President/Founder
Boston Biolife
Boston, USA
OCM Member
Jasmina Begic
President
Association of Wound Management
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
OCM Member
Bruce Werber
President
BioStem Life Sciences
Florida, USA
OCM Member
Elad Arieh Koren
Founder and Chairman, Wound Care
Israeli Wound Care Management and Research Association
Haifa, Israel
OCM Member
Yavuz S Silay
Chairman
ICG (Istanbul Consulting Group)
Istanbul, Turkey
OCM Member
Shinkevich Dmitry
Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry
Delegatskaya ul, Russia
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If an allied academy cancels this event for any reason, you will receive a credit for 100% of the registration fee paid. You may use this credit for another allied academies event which must occur within one year from the date of cancellation.

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All fully paid registrations are transferable to other persons from the same organization if the registered person is unable to attend the event. Transfers must be made by the registered person in writing to woundcare@nursingcongress.net. Details must be included the full name of replacement person, their title, contact phone number, and email address. All other registration details will be assigned to the new person unless otherwise specified.

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  • Before 60 days of the conference: Eligible for Full Refund less $100 Service Fee
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