The 19th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum

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Symposium on Advanced Wound Care

The most important wound care meeting during 2006 is at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center San Antonio, Texas on April 30 - May 3, 2006.

...the largest gathering of multi disciplinary wound care clinicians in theUnited States...
The 19th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) is the largest gathering of multidisciplinary wound care clinicians in the United States. Continuing education credits will be offered for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, podiatrists and dieticians.

San Antonio captures the spirit of Texas. Now the eighth largest city in the United States, the city has retained its sense of history and tradition, while carefully blending in cosmopolitan progress.

The city has always been a crossroads and a meeting place. Sounds and flavors of Native Americans, Old Mexico, Germans, the Wild West, African-Americans and the Deep South mingle and merge. Close to twenty million visitors a year delight in the discovery of San Antonio's charms.

Earn your continuing medical education credits while attending

The conference targets physicians, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, podiatrists, dieticians, and members of industry involved in wound healing or wound care issues. It provides attendees who study and treat wounds with state-of-the-art reviews of clinical problems and research information.

Overall conference objectives:

  • To recognize the scientific basis of wound care and apply this understanding to patient care.
  • To employ advanced therapeutic approaches in wound care.
  • To appreciate the multiple disciplines involved in the total care of patients with wound problems.

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2005 Posters and Oral Abstracts
Poster Abstracts
Evaluation of the antimicrobial properties and silver release profile of an antimicrobial silver alginate wound dressing
Simulated in-use tests were developed to determine the silver ion release and the antimicrobial properties of an antimicrobial silver alginate dressing...

Use of negative pressure wound therapy in the adjunctive management of necrotizing fascitis: clinical outcomes and cost effectiveness
Simulated in-use tests were developed to determine the silver ion release and the antimicrobial properties of an antimicrobial silver alginate dressing...

Assessment of antimicrobial activity of wound dressings
As new and innovative wound dressings are introduced to the public it becomes important to determine their antimicrobial activity and compare them with preexisting treatments...


Oral Abstracts
Medicine: Evidence-Based Research: Plenary Session
Diabetic foot infections (DFIs) are common and serious, but few randomized, controlled trials have compared efficacy of different antibiotic regimens for these frequently polymicrobial infections....

A noninvasive electric magnetic field device accelerates skin keratinocyte migration
Can platelet rich plasma gels enhance epithelization of deep partial-thickness wounds?...


  Symposium on Advanced Wound CareApril 30 - May 3, 2006Continuing Medical Education Credits
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