Cellular and/or tissue‑based products (CTPs) are developed as wound covers for a wide variety of acute and chronic wounds in head-to-toe locations. Some naturally conform to complex anatomies and may be used over exposed structures when performing the latest surgical techniques and strategies for limb preservation, flap, and graft procedures. Dr.’s Bauman and Schneider will share key information for using CTP products, including the science behind the product, patient selection, and outcomes when they discuss their real-world clinical cases.
This Satellite Symposium non-CME presentation is held in conjunction with the SAWC Fall 2023 Meeting. The opinions and recommendations expressed do not necessarily reflect the view of HMP Education or SAWC. This program is not intended or eligible for continuing education (CME/CE) credits and does not meet guidelines governing CME/CE.
Identify the barriers to wound progression
Explore how different CTP' are prepared and the components within
Consider new options for advancing wound edges to successfully close the wound
Review patient case presentations illustrating best principles in practice