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When: May 18, 2019  - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Hilton Anatole, Dallas, TX

Wound Care
Presented by the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine under the direction of Jayesh Shah, MD, San Antonio

Saturday, May 18, 2:30-5 pm
Hilton Anatole, West Wing, De La Salle

2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: (1) identify the pathophysiology of acute wound healing; (2) detect when wound healing is abnormal or delayed and develop an approach toward healing these wounds; (3) diagnose and manage different animal and insect bites in an office setting; (4) interpret what motivates those who file a malpractice suit and how to respond; (5) describe the most common allegations related to wound care and how to negate them; (6) identify the pathophysiology of venous insufficiency; (7) describe the co-morbidities that contribute to venous insufficiency; and (8) review different treatment options for venous insufficiency ulcers.

Target Audience
Physicians, residents, and other health care professionals in all areas of practice

Welcome and Introductions
Jayesh Shah, MD, Medical Director, Northeast Baptist Wound Healing Center, San Antonio

Wound Care in an Office Setting
Li-Yu Mitchell, MD, Family Medicine Physician, UT Health East Texas Wound Healing Center, Tyler

Office Based Wound Care Management in Patient with Animal and Insect Bites
Noel Oliveira, MD, CWSP, Certified Wound Specialist Physician, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance Wound Care Center, Edinburg

Pressure Ulcer Litigation: What Should the Primary Care Doctor Know? (ETHICS)
Matthew Pompeo, MD, Hyperbaric Medicine, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas

Office Based Management of Venous Insufficiency Ulcers
Andrew Applewhite, MD, Hyperbaric Medicine, Methodist Health System, Dallas

For more information and to register, please visit - https://www.texmed.org/TexMed/