Improving clinical care for people with wounds

Updates in Wound Technology

Written by Michael Clark December 6th 2016

The « 2017 Updates in Wound Technology » meeting will gather wound healing specialists from all over the world, under the auspices of the French Wound Healing Society (SFFPC). This annual meeting will be held in Paris from Sunday 15th to Tuesday 17th of January 2017 and will represent a unique opportunity to exchange up-to-date information concerning recently developed and brand new medical devices and concepts in wound management.

Europe being the place where many innovations are tested before being expanded to the rest of the world, Paris annual meeting will surely get the benefit of this increasing interest since more than a decade. Outstanding communications given by prestigious speakers will show new clinical results and recently published new technologies applied to wound healing. 
Themes selected this year by the Scientific Committee will focus on 6 main topics : 
> Oxygen Therapy 
> Stem Cells 
> Luminotherapy and Photobiomodulation 
> New Technology for VLU and DFU
> Controversies in NPWT 
> Update on dressings, Skin substitutes… 

The International Symposium to be held on Sunday 15 January will cover News in wound healing all over the world and “What’s new” session will focus on more European specificities. Discussions born from these exchanges are since years a source of up-to-date information applicable on patients to enhance the quality of wound management in each stage of healing.

3000 participants are expected in Paris for the « 2017 Updates in Wound Technology » congress in January 2017. The dedicated website: http://www.cicatrisations2017.org/en is regularly updated: you may remained informed about the event’s latest news by visiting it regularly.