Wound Care Summit 2022 brings enormous delight in welcoming all the participants from across the globe to attend “3rd International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine" during June 13-14, 2022 to be held in virtual live platform.
Wound Care Summit 2022 consists of eminent personalities with their keynote presentations, oral speeches, constructive poster presentations and exhibitions along with a discussion forum offering the insights on the developments of Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine.
Wound Care Summit 2022 is a world-wide congregation that unites all the modernisers to glaze the entire fields of Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine and to experience the latest frontiers in the research and development in the field of Wound Care and Trauma, Surgical Wound Care , Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Tissue Engineering in Wound Repair, Biomaterials for Wound Healing , Stem Cells in Wound Healing, Tissue Regeneration, Wound Care & Nutrition, Wound Pain Management, Wound Care Treatment & Therapies, Skin & Skin Cancer and many more.
This virtual meet delivers opportunity and knowledge for all renowned accomplices to explore the innovations in the field of Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine and to reveal their study to the global network and expose an worldwide gathering on Science and Medicine.
We hope to see you and look forward to sharing new information and exciting discoveries with you.
Wound Care Summit 2022
Organizing Committee Member
- Wound Care and Trauma
- Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
- Tissue Engineering in Wound Repair
- Wound Healing & Tissue Regeneration
- Bioengineered Skin
- Regenerative Medicine
- Wound Infections
- Diabetic & Podiatry Wound Care
- Wound Care Nursing
- Wound Care & Nutrition
- Dermatology & Wound Care
- Wound Care Products
The body undergoes intense biological reactions to injury and physical damage. Injuries may be unintentional or intentional (as with surgical procedure), however all wound healing is complicated with a couple of stages. Much ongoing research is actively in search of progressed methods to treat wounds. Wound treatment usually includes promoting the ultimate of the damage, as well as preventing infection. Also, preserving desirable vitamins is critical at some stage in the wound recuperation manner because several vitamins are vital to this technique.
- Wound Care Treatment & Therapies
- Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
- Additional Treatments for Chronic Wounds
Plastic or reconstructive surgical procedure is like beauty surgical treatment, but the desires of reconstructive surgeries aren't just beauty improvements. Patients in want of reconstructive surgeries due to start defects, ailments and accidents frequently face mental results, mobility problems and different exceptional of existence issues due to their condition. The results of a beauty or reconstructive surgical treatment can vary widely depending on the manner, the situations of the affected person, and other different factors.
- Paediatric Plastic Surgeries
- Tissue transfers
- Tissue expansion
Tissue-engineered wound healing products can be classified as acellular or cellular and Acellular products contain, as the name implies, no cells and consist of a matrix that functions by binding to the host, allowing matrix-cell interactions. Due to its absorbent nature, the matrix makes available host cells to penetrate. Today, a matrix can inhibit virus vectors or plasmids, which can transliterate and transform the in-built DNA leading to excretion of specific growth factors.
- Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing
- Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine
Restoration of everyday structure and function following acute and persistent injury is a complex and self-proscribing system involving recruitment of cells that clean lifeless tissue and facilitate wound recovery, the differentiation of stem and progenitor cells, and in a few organs such as the liver, activation and proliferation of mature cells. Impaired tissue regeneration that takes place in sicknesses consisting of diabetes may also cause the deposition of fibrotic tissue that impedes quality.
- Biomaterials for Wound Healing
- Stem Cells and Wound Healing
Bioengineered skin grafts or alternates (also known as tissue-engineered skin substitutes, artificial skin, existing skin peers, human skin peers, or skin replacements) are used when the patient has a partial amount of skin to use for implants or are too ill to bear the creation of additional wound positions. They are most used to treat persistent wounds, acute burns, and rare skin disorders such as recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. They are also a prospective substitute to skin grafting for patients experiencing from illnesses such as acute medical wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, leg ulcers, and lower foot ulcers.
- Human skin allografts
- Living Cell Therapy
- Thera Skin vs Derma graft
- Surgical Repair of Hernias or Parastomal Reinforcement
Bioengineered skin grafts or substitutes (additionally referred to as tissue-engineered pores and skin substitutes, artificial skin, living pores and skin equivalents, human skin equivalents, or pores and skin alternatives) are used whilst the patient has a confined number of pores and skin to apply for grafts or are too unwell to undergo the creation of in addition wound web sites. They are maximum used to treat continual wounds, intense burns, and rare skin conditions which includes recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. They also are an ability opportunity to skin grafting for patients suffering from situations inclusive of acute surgical wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, leg ulcers, and lower extremity ulcers.
- Bioengineered tissue products
- Cell therapies
- Stem cells
- Gene therapies
An inflamed wound is a confined defect or underlying tender tissue in which pathogenic organisms have conquered into viable skin near the wound. Infection of the wound triggers the body's immune response, inflicting inflammation and tissue harm, in addition to slowing the recovery system. Many infections will be self-contained and resolve on their own, which include a scratch or inflamed hair follicle. Other infections, if left untreated, can come to be more excessive and require clinical intervention
- Necrotizing fasciitis
- Compromised or suppressed immune system
Diabetics are susceptible to serious move, have a weakened immune system and impaired nerve function of their toes. Due to poor circulation, diabetes is vulnerable to developing sores, and non-recuperation wounds which may result in ulcers. These wounds also can develop into severe infections which can cause amputations, loss of limbs and even lack of life.
- Wounds and Ulcers
- Diabetic wound dressing
- Diabetic foot ulcer
The wound care nurse is an individual who evaluates and treats pores and skin breakdowns, wounds, stress ulcers, ostomies etc. They additionally assist create treatment plans for patients to follow to heal their accidents and prevent them from re-emerging. Wound care nurses additionally collaborate with different nurses and medical doctors to ensure that the remedy plan is being achieved successfully. Wound care nurses carry out many specific tasks at some stage in the day.
- Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
- Safety and Infection Control
- Tissue Repair & Regeneration
Nutrition performs an essential importance in wound recovery and care, and dietary support needs to be taken into consideration an essential part of wound control. Poor nutrition before or all through the restoration technique can postpone healing and impair wound energy, making the wound greater prone to breakdown. Wound restoration is a complex method – identified naturally, it's far the method of changing injured tissue with new tissue produced by means of the frame which demands an expanded intake of power and precise nutrients, including protein and kilojoules
- Wound Pain Management
- Wound Care Treatment & Therapies
- Wound Care Products
Skin & Skin Cancer
Skin cancers are effected on the typical cells in the dermis, the outermost skin layer, resulting from unrepaired DNA damage that triggers mutations. These mutations lead the skin cells to multiply rapidly and form malignant tumours. The predominant forms of pores and skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cellular carcinoma (SCC), cancer and Melanoma cellular carcinoma (MCC)
- Exposure to UV Rays
- Melanoma of the Skin
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 8.3%. 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 healing
The global wound dressing market size was valued at USD 9.16 billion in 2014 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.4% over the forecast period. Wound infection is a major safety concern for patients as well as for healthcare professionals globally, thus wound care is essential to reduce infections and promote well-being of patients. Rising incidence of diseases such as pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers and venous stasis ulcers is likely to result in a growth in demand for advanced wound care products for treating these conditions. Wound dressing helps to improve the overall well-being of patients affected from the disorders.
- Wound Care Specialists
- Wound Care Experts
- Wound Care Nurses
- Wound Care Surgeons
- Wound Care Physicians
- Wound Care Vendors
- Nutritionists and Dieticians
- Specialist Nurses
- Medical Colleges and Hospitals
- Wound Care Associations and Societies
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Public health departments
- Exhibitors and Sponsors
- Link Nurses & Registered Nurses in Wound Care
- Plastic Surgeons
- Vascular and General Surgeons
- Internal Medicine Specialists / Internists
- Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Physical Therapists
- General & Family Practitioners