Novelties in the treatment

Novelties in the treatment

Health Center “Vizim” organizes a symposium “Novelties in the treatment of chronic wounds” that will be held on 24.10.2015. Starting at 9h.

List of lecturers:

Dr. Javorka Delić, Serbian Association for the Treatment of Wounds of Serbia, “Physical”

Prof. Dr. Katarina S.Lalić, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Clinic for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Diseases KCS

Prof. Dr Zlata Janjić, Clinical Center of Vojvodina, Clinic for Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery

Ass. Dr. Igor Čuček, UKC Ljubljana, Slovenia, Department of Surgery and Surgical Infections

Ass. Dr. Saša Miličević, Clinic for Plastic Surgery and Burns of the Military Medical Academy, University of Defense, Medical Faculty, VMA

Prof. Dr. Suzana Nikolovska, University Clinic of Dermatology, Skopje, Macedonia

Dr. Jasmina Ivić, Clinic for Plastic Surgery and VMA Burns

VSS Jovanka Tatomir, Clinic for Plastic Surgery and VMA Burns

Summary:

– Chronic wounds are different etiologies, can be vascular (venous, arterial, lymphatic, mixed) and non-vascular (injuries, decubitus, metabolic, infectious). All chronic wounds are characterized by prolonged healing time, frequent complications, patient quality disorder, multiple local and systemic risk factors. 1% of the adult population of the world has chronic wounds, in the age of 75, 4% when their appearance is associated with comorbidities.

– The most common are venous ulceration, post-thrombotic etiology, which are recurrent in 30% of patients, followed by cellulitis, chronic islet, pain. The treatment is indicated in 60% of patients (surgery of perforated veins, superficial venous system).

– Decubital ulcerations, which occur in hospital and home conditions, are usually the result of injuries, degenerative and neurological diseases and consequent immobilization. The protocol for prevention of ulceration includes a number of care measures, kinesis therapy, changing positions that are effective and requiring education to properly applied. A very important measure is the application of new means of local chronic wound therapy, which are not applied on a daily basis, but at 7 or 14 days, which do not cause allergic reactions and pain, and allows the patient to heal faster, work and social activities and a better quality of life. New methods of local therapy reduce the time of hiding by 50% and thus reduce the cost of treatment.

– Diabetes is a severe complication of diabetes with polyneuropathy, occlusion of peripheral arteries, frequent infections, foot deformations and amputations. 70% of all amputations are performed in diabetics, and prevention and early diagnosis reduce the risk of amputation by 85%. Significant early detection of diabetes and adequate control of blood sugar levels (Micić D .: metabolic basis of diabetes, and Congress for the treatment of chronic wounds in Serbia, 2012).

– Incidental burns are frequent and first aid and triage in primary care are essential for further treatment. Burns lead to rapid dehydration, pain, nutritional loss. Adequate treatment reduces the risk of infections, the occurrence of nephysiological scars (hypertrophic, keloid), contractility, deformity, and reduced functionality. Depending on the severity of burns, the same can be treated individually or in stages, in the institution of primary, secondary or tertiary health care.

– In the treatment of chronic wounds, a multidisciplinary approach is applied, involving doctors of several specialties and nurses and technicians. Education in primary health care includes, in addition to knowing the aetiology of chronic wounds and knowledge of diagnostic and therapeutic methods, a modern way of rewinding, according to the Wound Care Guidebook, based on randomized controlled studies and expert consensus. Practice has shown that education and modern therapy reduce the time of wound healing and treatment costs.

Symposium Program:

Date: 24.10.2015.

Place of the meeting: Hotel Life Design, Belgrade, Balkanska 18

Registration fee:

     1,000 din. For doctors,
     500 din. For sisters, technicians

Points:

     Participation at the symposium brings 5 points for both doctors and sisters.

Time Theme Lecturer
09:00 – 09:30 Recommendation for modern operative and non-operative therapy of chronic venous ulcer Prim dr Javorka Delić
09:30 – 10:00 Contemporary therapy of diabetes: recommendations and dilemmas Prof dr Katarina S. Lalić
10:00 – 10:30 Chronic wound – the problem of modern man Prof dr Zlata Janjić
10:30 – 11:00 Positive effects of transforming powder coating on chronic wounds  Ass. dr Igor Čuček
11:00 – 11:30 Treatment of decubitus ulceration in the tertiary health care institution Ass. dr Saša Milićević
11:30 – 12:00 Discussion  
12:00 – 12:30 Local treatment of rare chronic wounds of the lower leg with a powder coating  Prof. dr Suzana Nikolovska
12:30 – 13:00 Treatment of burns in the institution of tertiary health care dr Jasmina Ivić
13:00 – 13:30 Case report – Diabetic foot Prof dr Katarina S. Lalić
13:30 – 14:00 Presentation of the case – chronic wounds, experiences from the region  Prof. dr Suzana Nikolovska
14:00 – 14:30 Case report – chronic recurrent venous ulcer Prim dr Javorka Delić
14:30 – 15:30 Workshop: Disposal and treatment of burn wounds  VSS Jovanka Tatomir
15:30 – 16:30 Workshop: Case presentation andimplementation of transformative lining powder Ass. dr Igor Čuček

 

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More information about the symposium can be obtained by telephone +381 63/287 – 841.

 

Payment model:

Payer: First and last name, address, place.
Purpose of payment: Registration fee for the seminar
Recipient: Health Center “Vizim”, Knez Miletina 36, 11000 Belgrade
Account number: 205-10846-45 at Komercijalna Banka
In case you need an invoice, you can contact Sanja Dimitrijevic at 011/785 – 7772 or by  e-mail.

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