Pre-Conference Satellite Symposiums

WoundCon is excited to offer the wound care community additional education though the Satellite Symposiums being offered on Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 15 during the pre-conference schedule. Satellite Symposiums are informational sessions designed to complement the educational experience by further enhancing knowledge and confidence of disease-states or products. These sessions are sponsored and do not offer CE credits. Scroll down to learn more and register.

Wednesday July, 14 2021

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1:30PM–2:30PM EDT

WEbcast

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by Coloplast

Thinking Outside the Box: A Unique Approach to Wound Management

Ashley Begarly BSN, RN, WOCN

Managing wounds can be challenging and complicated. You have a proven toolbox of products, but sometimes dressings do not stay in place. This could lead to unnecessary dressing changes – creating avoidable costs, extra time, and potentially causing delays in the wound healing process. A product that makes it easier to keep wounds covered could help mitigate the impact of difficult-to-dress wounds on you, your patients, and your facility. Join us for an introduction to a unique product solution that could change the way you manage wounds by adding a new tool to your toolbox.

Thursday July, 15 2021

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10:30AM–11:30PM EDT

WEbcast

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by 3M Health Care, Medical Solutions Division

Best Practices for Optimizing Healing in Venous Leg Ulcers

Emily Greenstein APRN, CNP, FACCWS, CWON

During this live webinar, Emily Greenstein, APRN, CNP, FACCWS, CWON, will share her perspective on managing patients with venous leg ulcers. Emily will discuss how she overcomes healing challenges, encourages patient compliance with compression and explore the wound healing solutions she uses in her practice.

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1:30PM–2:30PM EDT

webcast

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by Mölnlycke

A PVA Gelling Fiber and an Absorbent Multilayer Foam Dressing: The Perfect Pair for Most Wound Types

Dot Weir, RN, CWON, CWS

All wounds are different, but they have similar requirements to encourage closure: management and removal of necrotic tissues, prevention and management of infection, moisture control, and edge management. When selecting dressings to manage wounds of any etiology, clinicians should keep these factors in mind.

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3:00PM–4:00PM EDT

webcast

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by HARTMANN USA

An Update to a Novel Approach in Managing Wound Exudate: The Zetuvit Plus Family

Dr. Alison Garten, DPM, CPED

As we emerge from this pandemic, certain patient needs and clinical practices are here to stay. Technologies that help maintain social distancing practices and help reduce the risk of the spread in infections are trends that will continue to receive increased attention. A close look at wound dressings and their effectiveness in managing various levels of exudate is an important consideration in how health care professionals see and treat their patients.

Learn how a new super absorbent dressing called Zetuvit® Plus and now Zetuvit Plus Silicone Border manage a variety of moderately to heavily exuding wounds easily and efficiently.

Friday July, 16 2021

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7:00AM–8:00AM EDT

WEbcast

Satellite Symposium

Sponsored by ConvaTec

Wound Hygiene in Practice: Case Reviews 

Richelle Roethler, FNP, CWCN-AP

Hard to heal wounds continue to challenge wound clinicians across the continuum of care, and mounting evidence points to biofilm being a culprit. The Wound Hygiene protocol arose out of an international consensus convened to review strategies to minimize the impact of biofilm and optimize the wound tissue environment to enable wound progression. The protocol provides a structured approach to managing hard to heal wounds, which includes wound cleansing, debridement, refashioning the edges, and choosing an appropriate wound dressing.

Participants in this session will be able to discuss the rationale for the Wound Hygiene approach to hard to heal wounds and describe the steps of the protocol. The discussion will be enhanced with clinical cases providing real-world evidence of the protocol in practice.

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