EWMA Conference 2018

May 9th - 11th, 2018

Krakow, Poland

EWMA-2018

Visit us at booth #W232

Join us at EWMA 2018 to learn how the MolecuLight i:X is making a difference in wound care.
This year, we are pleased to present a series of in-booth presentations occurring throughout the conference as well as nine accepted abstracts. All presenters are extremely passionate about their topics and these presentations should not be missed!

Presentation schedule available below:

PDF of Presentation Programme

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Wednesday, May 9th 2018

Time
Title
Speaker
Location
11:45-12:05
Can we Rely on the MolecuLight i:X to Visualize Pseudomonas aeruginosa?
Rose Raizman, RN-EC, PHCNP, ET,
CAET(C), MSc, MScN, NP-ET
Booth W232
12:05-12:25
Shifting Focus: Implications of Periwound Bacterial Load on Wound Hygeine
Rosemary Hill, BSN,
CWOCN, CETN(C)
Booth W232
12:25-12:45
MolecuLight i:X in the Plastic Surgery Clinic
Lt Col. Steven Jeffery,
RAMC
Booth W232
15:30-16:30
Current Challenges in Wound Care Management (in Polish)
Smith & Nephew
Wisla Room

Thursday, May 10th 2018

Time
Title
Speaker
Location
12:30-12:50
Debridement Strategies: Assessing- Managing Wound Bioburden Using
MolecuLight i:X Imaging
Stephan Landis, MD,
FRCP(C)
Booth W232
12:50-13:10
Improving Wound Management & Patient Engagement with the MolecuLight i:X
Rosemary Hill, BSN,
CWOCN, CETN(C)
Booth W232
13:15-14:15
A Fresh Approach to Challenging Wounds by Combining T.I.M.E. with Pioneering Solutions
Smith & Newphew
Bratyslawa

Friday, May 11th 2018

Time
Title
Speaker
Location
9:57-10:00
e-Poster Session: Infection
A prospective, single-blind evaluation of the positive predictive value (PPV) of the MolecuLight i:X device to predict the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in chronic wounds
Rose Raizman, RN-EC, PHCNP, ET,
CAET(C), MSc, MScN, NP-ET
e-Poster Screen 2
9:45-10:30
e-Poster Session: Wound Assessment
Documentation of wound surface area and fluorescence bacteria characteristics using a point-of-care, hand-held imaging device
Rosemary Hill, BSN,
CWOCN, CETN(C)
e-Poster Screen 2
Objective wound measurement software on a point-of-care, hand- held fluorescence imaging device: Verification of measurement accuracy and repeatability
Danielle Dunham, MHSc
e-Poster Screen 2
Shifting focus: implications of periwound bacterial load on wound hygiene
Rosemary Hill, BSN, CWOCN, CETN(C)
e-Poster Screen 2
10:40-10:48
Free Paper Session: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, Nutrition & Intervention
Assessing operative debridement through a novel bacterial autofluorescence imaging technology
Dr. Elliot Walters
Budapest C Session Room
10:50-10:58
Free Paper Session: Wound Assessment
Bacterial fluorescence imaging affects wound management and engages patients in their care
Rosemary Hill, BSN, CWOCN, CETN(C)
Praga A Room
11:55-12:03
Free Paper Session: Infection & Antimicrobials
Concordance of Bacterial Autoflourescence with Quantitative, Semi-Quantiative, and Qualitative Cultures
Prof. Paul J. Kim, DPM, MS
Budapest C Session Room
12:05-12:13
The efficacy of fluorescence imaging in determining the presence of bacteria in wounds in a plastic surgery outpatient clinic
Lt Col. Steven Jeffery, RAMC
Budapest C Session Room
12:15-12:23
Patterns and efficacy of sharp debridement (ShD) in patients with chronic venous ulcers (CVUs), with and without involvement of Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PSA)
Stephan Landis, MD, FRCP(C)
Budapest C Session Room
13:25-13:45
Determining the Effectiveness of Operative Debridement with the MolecuLight i:X
Dr. Elliot Walters
Booth W232
13:45-14:05
Correlating Autofluorescence from the MolecuLight i:X with Standard Culture Methods
Prof. Paul J. Kim, DPM, MS
Booth W232

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