Placental Based Allografts are now being acknowledged more and more as a potential treatment in non healing and hard to heal wounds where conventional woundcare strategies have failed. These webcasts will help you understand more about how this technology fits in.
We are pleased to introduce a placental based allografts accredited on-demand webcast series.
This series is designed for Physicians, Podiatrists, Physiotherapists and Nurses involved in treating chronic wounds.
The three episodes include:
- From womb to wound
- How science can guide practice
- Optimising outcomes by assessing the evidence
Following episode 1: From Womb to Wound – participants should be able to:
- Describe the placenta and the structure and function of placental-based allografts
- Review the biology of placental-based allografts and its components relevant to wound healing, regeneration and tissue repair
- Examine the rationale for applying placental-based allografts for the healing of chronic wounds
Following episode 2: How science can guide practice – participants should be able to:
- Review the molecular and cellular imbalances that disrupt dynamic reciprocity communication between wound cells and the extracellular matrix (ECM) in chronic wounds and prevent healing
- Explain the unique properties of placental-based allografts that help to restore dynamic reciprocity and stimulate healing
Following episode 3: Optimising outcomes by assessing the evidence – participants should be able to:
- Examine evidence based medicine in wound care and the hierarchy of evidence
- Implement treatment strategies based on clinical evidence supporting the application of placental-based allografts in chronic wound care