Sponsored Satellite Symposiums and Workshops

Wednesday 21.10.2015


Integra Sponsored Satellite Symposium

The science and technology of a dermal matrix – Act II
Kenneth Burhop

The past, present and future for dermal constructs
Mayer Tenenhaus

Tissue engineered skin substitutes and cellular technologies -  Where might we go
Fiona Woods


Reapplix Sponsored Satellite Symposium

Introduction to the LeucoPatch System   
Rasmus Lundquist, Reapplix Aps

LeucoPatch Anti-bacterial properties
Kim Thomsen MD, Ph.D., Department of Clinical Microbiology, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark

LeucoPatch Clinical Experience
Magnus Löndahl MD, Ph.D., Institution of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, Department of Endocrinology, Skåne University Hospital, Lund, Sweden
LeucoPatch in the Management of Hard-to-heal Diabetic Foot Ulcers – Introduction to an ongoing international multicentre randomised controlled trial
Professor William Jeffcoate, Foot Ulcer Trials Unit, Department of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Nottingham University Hospitals, England

Thursday 22.10.2015


Klox Sponsored Satellite Symposium

BioPhotonics:  An illuminating future in wound healing

Welcome and Introduction
Marco Romanelli

BioPhotonics: From the bench to bedside of patients with chronic wounds
Andreas Nikolis, M.D., M.Sc.

BioPhotonics: Its application in different conditions
Denis Vézina, Ph.D.

The need for innovation in wound management
Marco Romanelli, M.D., Ph.D.

Questions and answers


Friday 23.10.2015


Linline Medical Systems Sponsored Satellite Symposium

Introduction to RecoSMA - the new method of laser tissue repair stimulation: theory, pre-clinical and clinical data in chronic ulcers, pressure sores, purulent wounds, scar tissue repair and liver cirrhosis

Ivan. I. Pikirenia PhD: Associate Professor, Head of Transplantology, and chair of SEE Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education.

Vladimir V. Khomchenko: Doctor of Physics, Research Scientist, LINLINE, Development and Construction of Medical Laser Systems