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2nd International Conference on Advances in Skin, Wound Care and Tissue Science, will be organized around the theme “The Science of Wound Healing, Management and Education: From Care to Clinical Practice”

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The human skin is the outer covering of the body. In humans, it is the largest organ of the integumentary system. The skin has up to seven layers of ectodermal tissue and guards the underlying muscles, bones, ligaments and internal organs. Skin Anatomy includes many biological processes: development, perpetual differentiation and barrier maintenance, stem cell biology, tissue repair and regeneration, neogenesis, native and adapted immunity, and genetic disorders just to name a few. The areas represented in our research base include aging, microbiology, inflammation, immunology, genomics, pharmacology, biochemistry, cell and stem cell biology as well as clinical research using areas of a variety of skin diseases, aesthetics, cancer, and wounds as a clinical touch point

  • Track 1-1Skin structure
  • Track 1-2Functions of skin
  • Track 1-3Skin and Aging
  • Track 1-4Skin Tags
  • Track 1-5Hypodermis Function
  • Track 1-6physiology of Human Skin

Skin infections are caused by a wide variety of germs, and symptoms can vary from mild to serious. There are hundreds of Skin Diseases that affect humans. Good treatments are available for a variety of skin condition, skin allergy, skin rash, skin itching skin fungus or infection, skin bumps or skin tags. Skin doctor can advise you on the best way to clean, treat, and protect oily or dry skin.

  • Track 2-1Parasitic skin infection
  • Track 2-2Fungal skin infections
  • Track 2-3Bacterial skin infections
  • Track 2-4Viral skin infections
  • Track 2-5Psoriasis
  • Track 2-6Acne
  • Track 2-7Diorders in keratinization
  • Track 2-8Disorders of melanin pigmentation
  • Track 2-9Skin Infections and Treatments

Skin care is the range of practices that support skin integrity, enhance its appearance and relieve skin conditions. They can include nutrition, avoidance of excessive sun exposure and appropriate use of emollients. Skin care is a routine daily procedure in many settings, such as skin that is either too dry or too moist, and prevention of dermatitis and prevention of skin lesions. The dermatology specialist has focused much recent attention on skin and wound care of obese patients due to their increasing prevalence and the serious integumentary conditions that can occur, including skin infection treatment a typical pressure, perigenital irritant dermatitis due to urinary and/or fecal incontinence, diabetic foot ulcers venous insufficiency with possible ulceration, lymphedema, acanthosis,nigricans, abdominal elephantiasis, and wound infections.

  • Track 3-1Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Track 3-2Wound Care Novel Approaches
  • Track 3-3Wound Care Research
  • Track 3-4Bariatric skin care
  • Track 3-5Skin and acne treatment
  • Track 3-6Wound care and Skin Ulcers Management
  • Track 3-7Wound care and Scars Management
  • Track 3-8Advance skin care technologies
  • Track 3-9Wound care and Skin Protectants
  • Track 3-10Skin and Wound care advances
  • Track 3-11Wound Types

Nutrition plays a vital role in skin function and wound care practices and nutritional support needs to be considered an elementary a part of wound management. Wound healing and skin nutrition assessment is a complex process. Neglecting the nutritional skin health and palliative wound care of an individual will compromise the complete wound management method and also show Skin effect. Antioxidants such as beta-carotene and vitamins C, E, and A can curb the damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals. These molecules can harm skin cells and cause signs of aging and reduces skin glow.

  • Track 4-1Skin care and Protein Diet
  • Track 4-2Skin care and Zinc
  • Track 4-3Skin care and Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 4-4Skin care and Healthy Eating
  • Track 4-5Skin Nutrition Vitamins
  • Track 4-6Skin Care Nutritional Supplements
  • Track 4-7Skin Care Nutrition Assessment
  • Track 4-8Skin care and Therapeutic Diets
  • Track 4-9Skin care and Vitamin C

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, globally accounting for at least 40% of cases. The most common type is nonmelanoma skin cancer, which occurs in at least 2-3 million people per year. There are a variety of different skin cancer symptoms. These include changes in the skin like skin patches, ulcering in the skin, discolored skin, and changes in existing moles, such as jagged edges to the mole and enlargement of the mole skin irritation. Despite the fact that melanoma is one of the most rapidly increasing forms of human cancer, new treatments have been slow in developing and the mortality rate continues to rise.

  • Track 5-1Skin Cancer types
  • Track 5-2Skin Cancer Treatments
  • Track 5-3Squamouscell skin Cancer
  • Track 5-4Melanoma Skin Care
  • Track 5-5Merkle Cell Skin Cancer
  • Track 5-6Basal cell Carcinoma
  • Track 5-7Skin Cancer Causes

The field of cosmetic dermatology has gained remarkable interest all over the world. The major advantage of recent years is the high scientific levels of the most significant new developments in techniques and pharmacotherapy and other nonsurgical approaches like Laser resurfacing, Skin grafting, Sclerotherapy, Soft tissue augmentation skin elasticity. With an aging population and increasing consumer awareness, demand for high-quality, innovative cosmeceutical products like skin whitening cream, skin79 bb cream will be on the rise in 2014.

  • Track 6-1Cosmetic procedure in Asian Skin
  • Track 6-2Loop ostomy
  • Track 6-3Wound,Ostomy Care
  • Track 6-4Botulinum toxins for cosmetic use
  • Track 6-5Cosmeceuticals
  • Track 6-6Skin discoloration
  • Track 6-7Age spots
  • Track 6-8Laser Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Track 6-9Treatment of keloids
  • Track 6-10Electosurgery
  • Track 6-11Cryosurgery
  • Track 6-12Tissue Mechanics and Mechanobiology

Skin maturing is a complex organic process affected by a mix of endogenous or inherent and exogenous or extraneous elements. While the maturing indications of inward organs are veiled from the encompassing "eyes," the skin gives first clear signs of the progressing time. Anti-aging creams are predominantly moisturiser-based cosmeceutical skin care products marketed with the promise of making the consumer look younger by reducing, masking or preventing signs of skin aging

  • Track 7-1Aging and Bone Health
  • Track 7-2Aging and Alzheimers Disease
  • Track 7-3Aging and Dementia
  • Track 7-4Aging and Cosmetic Surgeries
  • Track 7-5Aging Care Managemnet
  • Track 7-6Aging and skin Disorders
  • Track 7-7Anti Aging Creams
  • Track 7-8Anti Aging Supplements
  • Track 7-9Aging and Pallative Care

Dermatology has become an integral part of medical students’ training, as nearly 10 per cent of all the patients, visiting the dermatology specialist have skin diseases. With advances in the diagnosis and treatment, it has become possible to treat nearly all the skin diseases. Newer therapeutic tools can now treat even the diseases which were considered incurable earlier. The most common skin diseases separated by type. Permanent skin diseases, Temporary skin diseases, Internal skin diseases, Skin diseases for different age groups.

  • Track 8-1Treatment of Skin Diseases
  • Track 8-2Skin Diseases Diagnosis
  • Track 8-3Skin Diseases Education Certificate
  • Track 8-4Blistering Skin Diseases
  • Track 8-5Skin Diseases Education Centers

The healthcare literature has focused much recent attention on skin and wound  care of obese patients due to their increasing prevalence and the serious integumentary conditions your extensive line of trusted skin and wound care products helps improve skin health and the treatment of acute and chronic wounds Bariatric patients are at higher risk for pressure ulcers. Also, bariatric patients commonly are malnourished and less mobile than others, making it hard for them to avoid excess pressure on the skin. 

  • Track 9-1Wound treatment with Honey
  • Track 9-2Wound Care Physical therapy
  • Track 9-3Wound Care Occupational Therapy
  • Track 9-4Wound Care Alternative Treatments
  • Track 9-5Wound Care And Diabetes
  • Track 9-6Wound Care Products
  • Track 9-7Skin Care Products
  • Track 9-8Wound care and Ulcers

The word Ayurveda suggests that the Science of Life. It’s the Science of Healing through herbs and natural suggests that. Ayurveda is that the most Ancient Natural Healing System in Bharat. Skin and Ayurveda is an element of the religious writing Science and goes back to over 4000 years B.C. Ayurveda includes flavour Supplements, the proper reasonably diet, and proper of living. A malady in Ayurveda is outlined as Associate in Nursing imbalance of the conventional magnitude relation of humors, and treatment is aimed toward correcting this balance. In one usually used treatment approach, Ayurvedic medical care follows the principle that opposites balance and then cure one another, in distinction to the medical care Law of comparable. 

  • Track 10-1Ayurveda for Skin Diseases
  • Track 10-2Ayurveda for Hair Loss
  • Track 10-3Ayurvedic Centers
  • Track 10-4Ayurvedic Hospitals
  • Track 10-5Ayurvedic Treatment
  • Track 10-6Ayurvedic Face Care
  • Track 10-7Skin allergy and Ayurveda
  • Track 10-8Ayurvedic Skin Care
  • Track 10-9Ayurvedic skin care Products
  • Track 10-10Ayurveda for Skin Whitening
  • Track 10-11Ayurvedic skin care home remedies
  • Track 10-12Saffron Skin Care Ayurveda

As the science of wound care evolves into a lot of advanced setting, nursing is challenged to meet this complexity. Traditionally and generically, wound healing has been under the patronage of basic nursing care follow encompassing dressings and infection management however conjointly promotion of therapeutic nutrition, mobility, psychosocial support, hygiene, and comfort.  At all levels, in follow settings spanning from critical care through palliative care, from hospitals to battlefield, and from gene therapy to gauze, it is the nurse who is principally caring for patients with wounds. The role of nursing in wound care from historical and organic process patients with wounds.  The role of nursing in wound care from a historical and evolutionary perspective helps to characterize the trend towards advanced apply nursing within the wound care specialty. Delineation of nursing roles according to Nursing Education, licensure and certification can enhance collaboration with the wound team and achieve best outcomes for patients.

  • Track 11-1Surgical Wound Care Nursing
  • Track 11-2Geriartric Wound Care Nursing
  • Track 11-3Pediatric Wound Care Nursing
  • Track 11-4Acute Wound Care Nursing
  • Track 11-5Emergency Wound care Nursing
  • Track 11-6Nursing types
  • Track 11-7Nursing Education
  • Track 11-8Chronic Wound care Nursing
  • Track 11-9Cancer Wound care Nursing
  • Track 11-10Diabetic Wound care Nursing
  • Track 11-11Palliative Wound care Nursing

Laser Skin Technologies provides safe and effective vein removal and other skin care treatments and appearance medicine in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Lasers and Light therapy includes an up-to-date comprehensive look at lasers and light therapy not only in the field of Cutaneous Laser Surgery.

  • Track 12-1Vascular and Pigment lasers
  • Track 12-2Laser Consumables
  • Track 12-3Modern Laser Cutting Machine
  • Track 12-4Laser treatment of toenail fungus infections
  • Track 12-5Lasrer marking Systems
  • Track 12-6Laser Cutting systems
  • Track 12-7 Laser welding Systems
  • Track 12-8Laser Removal of Tattoos
  • Track 12-9Robotic Laser Cutting Machine
  • Track 12-10Nonablative lser and light sources
  • Track 12-11Laser Consumables

Wound healing is a natural restorative response to tissue injury. Healing is the interaction of a complex cascade of cellular events that generates resurfacing, reconstitution, and restoration of the tensile strength of injured skin. Healing is a systematic process, traditionally explained in terms of 4 overlapping classic phases: hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and maturation. A skin wound heals from the bottom up and from the edges inward. In the first stages of healing, the basic connective tissue of the skin collagen expands into the wound area. The Skin deep of the wound determines how well it will heal.

  • Track 13-1Skin and Wound Advances
  • Track 13-2Skin and Wound Endocarditis
  • Track 13-3Skin and Wound Urinary Tract Infections
  • Track 13-4Skin and Wound Hess
  • Track 13-5Skin and Wound Clinical Guide
  • Track 13-6Aging Skin and Wound
  • Track 13-7Skin and Wound Micrornas
  • Track 13-8skin and Wound Infections
  • Track 13-9Skin and Wound Healing
  • Track 13-10Skin and Wound Dressings

Wound care and patient management is a critical and developing health burden on the community. Wound management can be a complex treatment field, with acute, chronic and surgical wounds each having their own particular attributes; however wounds, much like the general population influenced by them, should be treated on an individual basis. Effective treatment of difficult wounds requires assessment of the whole patient and not only the wound. Impressive progress has been made on advanced products in the field of wound healing and various new therapeutic approaches are currently available. It is trusted that continued advances will come, when consolidated with essential medicinal and surgical methodologies, will quicken the mending of interminable injuries to a degree that is still unrealistic with current helpful operators. It might likewise be practical to utilize individualized therapeutic approaches for treating particular wound healing models and individuals using developing tissue engineering technologies. Such progressed methodologies can treat chronic wounds in a clinically effective way.

  • Track 14-1Fistuals management
  • Track 14-2Wound infection treatment
  • Track 14-3management by wound etiology
  • Track 14-4Wound care and principles
  • Track 14-5Hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber
  • Track 14-6Wound care Alternative Therapies
  • Track 14-7Wound care and Leech therapy
  • Track 14-8Advances in wound care
  • Track 14-9Acute surgical wound management

Wound care and pain management is a critical and developing health burden on the community. Wound management can be a complex treatment field, with acute and chronic wounds each having their own particular attributes; however wounds, much like the general population influenced by them, should be treated on an individual basis. Effective treatment of difficult wounds requires assessment of the whole patient and not only the wound. Impressive progress has been made on advanced products in the field of wound healing and various new therapeutic approaches are currently available. It is trusted that continued advances will come, when consolidated with essential medicinal and surgical methodologies, will quicken the mending of interminable injuries to a degree that is still unrealistic with current helpful operators. It might likewise be practical to utilize individualized therapeutic approaches for treating particular wound healing models and individuals using developing tissue engineering technologies. Such progressed methodologies can treat chronic wounds in a clinically effective way.

  • Track 15-1Management of Wound Pain
  • Track 15-2Wound Healing Depth
  • Track 15-3Open wound dressing
  • Track 15-4Wound care and Regulations
  • Track 15-5Wound vac therapy
  • Track 15-6Curasol gel wound dressing
  • Track 15-7Wound dressing categories
  • Track 15-8Wound Healing Effects
  • Track 15-9Wound Healing Creams
  • Track 15-10Wound Healing Ointment
  • Track 15-11Wound Healing Repair Mechanisms
  • Track 15-12Wound Healing Physiology
  • Track 15-13Wound Care and Debridement
  • Track 15-14Tissue Viability and Wound Management
  • Track 15-15Tissue Viability and Wound Management

The treatment of burn wounds has evolved over many years via clinical and preclinical studies. Big advancements were made in patient care, which include monitoring wound healing, developing novel graft and coverage options, inflammation control, dietary needs optimization, and testing unique pharmacological interventions. Current techniques to burn management are based totally on an understanding of the biology and body structure of human skin and pathophysiology of the burn wound. Improvements are also needed to accelerate wound closure, healing and to improve mental care to promote successful reintegration. Studies in infection, contamination, stem cells, grafting, biomarkers, infection control, and rehabilitation will maintain to enhance individualized care and create new treatment options. Future studies will maintain to discover novel goals and treatment paradigms to enhance burn wound care.

  • Track 16-1Wound and Burn care
  • Track 16-2Burns and Treatment
  • Track 16-3Burns and Dressing
  • Track 16-4Burns and Classification
  • Track 16-5Burns and Anesthesia
  • Track 16-6Burns Assessment
  • Track 16-7Burns First Aid
  • Track 16-8Burn Wounds
  • Track 16-9Skin Burn Care
  • Track 16-10Advanced Wound Care Techniques
  • Track 16-11Burns and Infection

Wound, ostomy and continence nursing is a tri-specialty nursing, which involves the treatment of patients with acute and chronic wounds, patients with an ostomy (the individuals who have had some sort of inside or bladder diversion), and patients with continence issues (those with bladder and bowel control and related skin care issues). WOC nurses utilize evidence-based knowledge and skills to deal with these complex patients. Nurses in this specialty are often called as wound, ostomy, and continence nurses (WOC) nurses who care for patients with complex wounds and injuries.

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can differentiate into specialized cells and can divide to produce more stem cells. They are found in multicellular organisms. In mammals, there are two broad types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, which are isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts, and adult stem cells, which are found in various tissues Tissue regeneration following injury or disease are often thought to recapitulate embryonic development by using similar molecular and cellular pathways. In addition, many embryonic tissues, such as the spinal cord, heart, and limbs, have some regenerative potential and may utilize mechanisms that can be exogenously activated in adult tissues. 

  • Track 18-1Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration
  • Track 18-2Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
  • Track 18-3Embryonic Stem (ES) Cells
  • Track 18-4Advanced Stem Cell Therapies in Tissue Engineering
  • Track 18-5Tissue Stem Cells
  • Track 18-6Adult Stem Cell
  • Track 18-7Tissue Biomarkers
  • Track 18-8In-situ Tissue Regeneration
  • Track 18-9Cardiovascular Tissue Regeneration
  • Track 18-10Tissue Regeneration using Nanotechnology

 Tissue Science is emerging as a significant potential alternative or complementary solution, whereby tissue and organ failure is addressed by implanting natural, synthetic, or semisynthetic tissue and organ mimics that are fully functional from the start, or that grow into the required functionality. Regenerative medicine is the branch of medicine that develops methods to regrow, repair or replace damaged or diseased cells, organs or tissues. It includes the generation and use of therapeutic stem cells, tissue engineering and the production of artificial organs. Regenerative medicine seeks to replace tissue or organs that have been damaged by disease, trauma, or congenital issues, vs. the current clinical strategy that focuses primarily on treating the symptoms. The tools used to realize these outcomes are tissue engineering, cellular therapies, and medical devices and artificial organs.

  • Track 19-1Clinical Translation
  • Track 19-2Regenerative Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Track 19-3Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy
  • Track 19-4Medical Devices and Artificial Organs
  • Track 19-5Regenerative Medicine and Nanomedicine
  • Track 19-6Regenerative Medicine market
  • Track 19-7Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells
  • Track 19-8Tissue Science and regenerative medicine
  • Track 19-9Regenerative Medicine and Technology

Wound healing is a particular biological process identified with the general phenomenon of growth and tissue regeneration. Wound healing advances through a series of associated and covering stages in which various cellular and matrix components act together to restore the integrity of damaged tissue and substitution of lost tissue. Wound healing has four continuous stages including haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation  and wound remodeling with scar tissue deposition. While trying to reduce the wound burden, much effort has focused on understanding the physiology of healing and wound care with an accentuation on new therapeutic approaches and the proceeding with improvement of innovations for acute and long term refractory wound management. The clinicians working in wound care need to become a detective to identify the possible factors and cofactors which may influence wound healing. Because of the multifactorial nature of chronic wounds, a thorough health and physical assessment is mandatory.

  • Track 20-1Tissue Repair and Fibrosis
  • Track 20-2Chronic Wound Healing
  • Track 20-3Deep Wound Healing
  • Track 20-4Wound Care Debriment
  • Track 20-5Wound Healing Models
  • Track 20-6Wound Healing Ointment
  • Track 20-7Tissue Repair Technologies
  • Track 20-8Tissue Repair and Acne Scars
  • Track 20-9Wound Healing Physiology
  • Track 20-10Wound Healing Mechanisms