The latest clinical research in the treatment of burns, diabetic foot ulcers, chronic venous ulcers and surgical wounds using keratin protein technology will all be showcased at spring SAWC, Denver May 1-5 2013.
Replicine™ Functional Keratin® wound care is rapidly becoming established as the treatment of choice at forward thinking hospitals and wound centers across the US. Thought leading physicians from several US facilities will present their latest findings on keratin wound care in a series of poster presentations. Further details on keratin wound care developments and how Replicine™ Functional Keratin® can improve your patient outcomes and reduce cost of care can be found by visiting Keraplast Technologies at booth 546, or by viewing the following posters at the conference.
Use of keratin gel technology to speed healing of hard to heal wounds.K. Nicki Blasiole MSN, RN, CWOCN, Elliot Mostow MD, MPH
Akron General Medical Center, Wound Healing and Limb Preservation Center
The Use of Keratin Dressings in the Treatment of Venous Ulcers
Terry Treadwell, MD, FACS, Donna Walker, LPN, Betty Jean Nicholson, CNA, Maggie Taylor, NA
Institute for Advanced Wound Care, Montgomery, Alabama
Keratin dressings for effective wound care management in acute superficial and partial thickness burn injuries
Dr Fiona Loan, Dr Clive Marsh, Mrs Sharon Cassidy, Mr Jeremy Simcock
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand
Keratin Products in the Treatment of an Unusual Acute Surgical Wound with Tendon Exposure
Virginia Capasso, PhD, ANP-BC, CWS, Massachusetts General Hospital.
A new approach to diabetic foot ulcers using keratin gel technology
Farheen Wahid, BA, Shrunjay R. Patel, BSc, Stephanie Wu, MD. Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine
Rosalind Franklin University
A Randomised Controlled Trial of Functional Keratin Dressings for Treatment of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers
Wen Qing Fu et al.The Medical Academy of Soochow University; Suzhou Jiangsu 215123, China.