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Wound Seminar with Georgia Hollis

The right assortment of products is very important to get you in the right direction in terms of proper Wound Care. However, the right type of education is equally vital in expanding your level of knowledge and making you better prepared to offer optimal Wound Care.

It is for this exact reason that we have invited BSc, Georgie Hollis, a specialist in wound management and dressing technologies, to Finland, to host our first ever KRUUSE Wound Care Seminar.

Georgie has over 10 years of experience in veterinary wound healing from both large and small animal patients. Over the past years, Georgie has hosted numerous wound care seminars and lectures, both within the UK and internationally. On an everyday level, Georgie runs her own veterinary wound management and support service for vets and nurses, called the Vet Wound Library.

Date & Time: Tuesday April 25th, 10:00-17:00
Place: Technopolis Vantaa, Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 Vantaa
Participation fee: 75 euro
Included in price: Coffee, tea and snacks during breaks + lunch
Number of available seats: 30
Language: English

Signup address: finland@kruuse.com

KRUUSE and our Wound Care Partner, Oriola Pro, are very happy and proud to bring a dedicated Wound Care specialist such as Georgie Hollis to Finland. We sincerely hope you will make use of this opportunity and join our seminar.

You can find all info in this newsletter as well

KRUUSE Wound Care Seminar - Program

10:00: Introduction of Georgie Hollis
10:10: Physiology of wound healing: The things we need to know.
11.00: Introducing ‘Intelligent Wound Care’: Prepare, Promote, Protect.
11:30: Coffee break
11.45: Prepare: The art of wound bed preparation: Wound lavage, debridement, antimicrobials and the role of Manuka honey.
13.00: Lunch
14.00: Promote: Getting it closed - working with granulation tissue: Moist wound healing, dressing selection and the pros and cons of second intention healing.
15.00: Coffee break
15.15: Protect: Avoiding factors that delay healing: Discussing a range of cases that will facilitate discussion of common reasons for healing delay and the possible options for management.
16.30: Q & A session
17.00: Seminar closes