WEB105 Inflammatory Imbalance and Stalled Wound Healing
Released Mar 28, 2017
Expires Mar 28, 2019
This presentation will review the data which demonstrate that non healing wounds are stuck in the inflammatory phase of healing. There are many factors that affect healing and contribute to the inflammatory imbalance in the wound environment. This leads to the wound being stuck in a viscous cycle and unable to progress to healing, often referred to as a stalled wound.
Physicians, PAs, NPs, Nurses, Discharge Planners, Admissions Coordinators, Social Services.
Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of program:
- Identify the phases of wound healing and the mechanisms of inflammation.
- Recognize the wound which has stalled in healing due to excessive inflammation.
- Describe clinical strategies to treat excessive inflammation.
- Demonstrate that implementation of appropriate management algorithms improves patient healing and clinical outcomes.
- Demonstrate team based communication that will foster implementation of appropriate management algorithms resulting in improved patient healing and clinical outcomes.
Breda graduated from the Queen’s University of Belfast in Northern Ireland with BSc(Hons) and PhD in biochemistry, before going to Stony Brook University New York to undertake a postdoctoral position, studying the wound environment in non-healing wounds.
In 1994 Breda joined Johnson & Johnson and continued her work in wound care, most notably providing key scientific support for PROMOGRAN, PROMOGRAN PRISMA for which she was awarded the Johnson Medal, the highest scientific award recognized within Johnson and Johnson.
Breda has worked in industry for over 20 years continuing to advance clinical and scientific knowledge in the field of wound care. This has led to over 30 patents, and over 75 scientific publications and posters.
Breda Cullen, PhD is an employee of Systagenix.
Ruchit Parikh, PharmD
Associate Medical Director
Haymarket Medical Education
Dr. Parikh has no relevant financial relationships to disclose
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