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International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine

A workshop on PRP in wound Management – STARS technique

This workshop is intended to introduce and orient the health care providers towards the management of Platelet Rich Plasma in wound management by STARS Technique. The Author has developed a clinical protocol “Sandeep’s Technique for Assisted Regeneration of Skin (STARS)” at their center. The technique utilizes the autologous Platelet-rich plasma as a monotherapy for the treatment of wounds including complex wounds such as diabetic ulcers, bed sores, acute ischaemic injuries, large wounds with necrosis, infections and exposed deeper tissues.

The results have been very promising ones as shown below:

The workshop has 3 sub talks/demonstrations:

  • Orientation towards PRP and its properties

The preparation of PRP from Autologous Blood.

  • The clinical application of the PRP for wound management including the safety and precautions.

The workshops aim at training HCP’s for safe and effective use of PRP through STARS technique for wound management, and also help develop deeper insight into the clinical applications of cellular therapy for tissue bioengineering & regeneration and they are incorporating into a day to day Patient care.

It is a very simple technique which can be performed by all health care providers including

Nursing and primary care physicians.

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fig1: 5-year-old Child with Foot Injury

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Fig 2:  22 Year Juvenile diabetic with Nonhealing Ulcer of Foot

International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine
Date & venue: June 14-15, 2018 | London, UK
Website: https://goo.gl/eLcFyZ

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