Please join us for the 2023 Annual APWCA Wound Week, to take place September 20-24th at the Marriott Downtown Philadelphia! Register Now
October 25, 2022- APWCA would like to announce Wound Week 2023 will take place September 20 -24, 2023 at the Marriott Downtown Hotel in Philadelphia, PA. The Wound Week 2023 planning committee is eagerly preparing the meeting agenda and we will have more information to share soon. As the largest Wound Care organization run by Clinicians for Clinicians, we are proud of the educational and professional growth opportunity that this conference will provide to all who will attend.
The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Spring | Wound Healing Society (WHS) is the leading meeting dedicated to the management, treatment, and prevention of wounds. The 2023 event will be co-located with the Diabetic Limb Salvage (DLS) conference to bring you the latest education on the prevention and management of wound care, scientific excellence, and the most up-to-date limb salvage techniques. The expert line-up of faculty, depth of discussions, and exposure to innovation, evidence-based practices, and techniques, are unparalleled. You'll receive invaluable wound care education that you can put into practice to improve the lives of your patients.Register Now
Join us for our Innovation Theater Breakfast (non-CME):
Unlocking Your Patients' Potential to Heal - The Use of an Evidence-Based Multilayer Autologous Patch for Patients with Diabetes and Chronic Wounds
Learn about the 3C Patch, a new advanced wound management system for patients with diabetes and chronic wounds. Understand the science and evidence – The 3C Patch has been shown to significantly increase the chances of healing in a large randomized control trial (The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, 2018). We will dive into the practical aspects of implementing the 3C Patch in a busy clinic and discuss the patient case results achieved.
More information to come
Adam Teichman, DPM: TheUse of an Autologous Multilayered Leukocyte, Platelet and Fibrin Patch in Diabetic Limb Salvage
David Chandra, DPM, Bradley Jimerson, DPM, Kalieb Pourciau, DPM, Cody Gaupel, DPM, Tyson Green DPM: The Use of a Novel Autologous Multilayered Leukocyte, Platelet and Fibrin Patch in Healing Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Michael Dorso, Peter Zdankiewicz, MD, Peter Ferrante, DPM, David Knight, MD: The Use of An Autologous Multilayered Leukocyte, Platelet and Fibrin Patch in Healing Recalcitrant Chronic Ulcers
Klaas H. Vanden Beld, NP, Warren Gude, MD: The Use of An Autologous Multilayered Leukocyte, Platelet and Fibrin Patch in Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers in Patients who have Failed Other Advanced Modalities
Thank you for joining us at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) . Lots of inquisitive questions and genuine interest in finding the best solutions for the patients. Thank you for coming by booth #310 and sharing your experience with us.
The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Fall is the forum to connect the entire wound careteam. Leveraging the skills of an interdisciplinary team results in improved patient outcomes. The SAWC fosters inclusivity, innovation, and interdisciplinary collaboration through an agenda designed for every clinician, across every practice setting. Register Now
Our unique meeting is led by a group of experienced educators, scientists and clinicians interested in communicating new approaches to the repair of tissues throughout the human body. The program will focus on the science of tissue repair and the implementation of new findings. Ocean Reef Club is almost sold out. Please register today! Register Now