Facilitates Healing in Elderly Patients with Painful Chronic Wounds
Unable to Tolerate Silver Containing Dressings", Loren Hayes, ARNP-BC,
MS(N), CS-BC, MS, CWCN, CWS, FACCWS, DAPWCA, Wound Technology Network.
4. "Utilizing Active Leptospermum Honey Alginate in the Treatment of
Recalcitrant Lower Extremity Ulcerations", Steven Kavros, DPM, Gonda
Vascular Wound Healing Center, Mayo Clinic.
5. "Favorable Treatment Outcomes of Chronic Leg Ulcers with the Use of a
New Active Leptospermum Honey Alginate Dressing", Dr. Paul A. Ligouri,
MD and Kim L. Peters, RN, CWS, Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital.
6. "A New Active Leptospermum Honey Impregnated Calcium Alginate Dressing
has a Positive Impact on a Wide Variety of Wound Types", Dr. Paul A.
Ligouri, MD and Kim L. Peters, RN, CWS, Whittier Rehabilitation
7. "Chronic Lower Extremity Ulceration - Use of an Active Leptospermum
Impregnated Alginate to Accelerate Wound Closure", Matt Regulski, DPM,
Toms River Foot and Ankle Surgical Associates.
8. "Use of new Active Leptospermum Honey Dressings in Non-healing
Wounds", Becky Strilko, RN, CWOCN, Silver Cross Hospital.
9. "The Challenges of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers", Kathy Tavernelli,
RN-BC, BSN, CWOCN, Cleveland Clinic Home Care.
10. "The Voice of Experience: Wound Management using Active Leptospermum
Honey Impregnated Alginate Dressings", Dorothy Weir, RN, CWON, CWS,
Director of Wound Healing Center at Osceola Regional Medical Center.
11. "Use of Honey for Wound Healing", Karen Zulkowski, RN, CWOCN, DNsc,
Montana State University.
The Satellite Symposium, taking place on Saturday, June 7 at 12:45 pm,
is titled "The Antimicrobial and Wound Healing Effectiveness of Active
Leptospermum Honey: Mechanisms of Action and Review of
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