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Proceedings London



Day 1

1 25+ years VWHA where are we now – Derek Knottenbelt
2 Biologics in wound healing – whats the evidence – Cathrine Fjordbakk
3 Fish skin as wound management Are there advantages – Franziska Remy Wohlfender
5 Maggots and Leeches – Derek Knottenbelt
8 Is it a wound or tumor – Derek Knottenbelt
10 Hobbling wounds donkeys Morocco – Gigi Kay
11 Reconstructive surgery – indications and options – Jacintha Wilmink
12 Skin grafting – indications and option – Cathrine Fjordbakk
13 Equine Wound Centers – what is the idea and why do we need them – Jacintha Wilmink
14 Programme to develop into a recognized Equine Wound Center – Jacintha Wilmink


Day 2

1 Management of severe Nocardiosis in a dog with MGH – Alexandra Peteoaca
2 Treament of 2 cases TEN with MGH – Alexandra Peteoaca
3 Tackling AMR using DACC dressings – Amanda Curtis Essity
4 Management of wounds with innovative nanofibers – Anna-Liisa Kubo Nanordica
5 Antibacterial hydrogel dressing for animal use – Saba Atefyekta Amferia
6 Criteria for antibiotic usage in wound patients – Mirja Nolff
7 Do antibiotics prevent surgical site infections – Mirja Nolff
8 The importance of wound debridement – Jacintha Wilmink
9 The effect of wound dressings effect on bioburden – Georgie Hollis
10 When to use topical antiseptics – Jacintha Wilmink
11 Dynamics of bandage injuries – Davina Anderson
12 Bandaging vs immobilisation – Georgie Hollis
13 Stabilisation emergency wound patient – Neeltje Drijfhout
14 Burn patients – Mirja Nolff
15 Bite trauma in cats and dogs – Davina Anderson
16 Blunt trauma what to do – Lisanne Bolt