Harrogate 2014 Conference Posters

Wounds UK 2014 present the poster entries for the Harrogate Wounds UK Conference 2014.

  1. 3 years on... Responding to pressure, the recipe for success
    3 years on... Responding to pressure, the recipe for successVIEW PDF

    Louise O’Connor, Laura Jenkner & John Grimshaw, Tissue Viability and Infection Prevention & Control Team

  2. A Case Series Showing Improvements for Patients With Chronic Wounds Using Novel Aqueous Oxygen Peroxide (AOP) Technology
    A Case Series Showing Improvements for Patients With Chronic Wounds Using Novel Aqueous Oxygen Peroxide (AOP) TechnologyVIEW PDF

    Dr Paul O’Halloran; Nick Adams; John Chewins; Dr Jonathan Otter

  3. A case study demonstrating the effects of the Prevena™ Incision Management System (NPWT) over a clean, closed surgical incision
    A case study demonstrating the effects of the Prevena™ Incision Management System (NPWT) over a clean, closed surgical incisionVIEW PDF

    Joanna Peart BA, MA, BSc, RN Nurse Specialist, Tissue Viability, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals

  4. A Clinical Evaluation of Iodozyme Dressings for the Management of Patients with Diabetic Foot Ulceration
    A Clinical Evaluation of Iodozyme Dressings for the Management of Patients with Diabetic Foot UlcerationVIEW PDF

    Louise Mitchell, Podiatry Diabetes Clinical Lead

  5. A clinical evaluation of ionic silver dressings used for management of patients with diabetic foot ulceration
    A clinical evaluation of ionic silver dressings used for management of patients with diabetic foot ulcerationVIEW PDF

    Colette Booker, Advanced Podiatrist and Fiona Muir, Advanced Podiatrist

  6. A collaborative approach to service creation - the non-cancer lymphoedema service experience
    A collaborative approach to service creation - the non-cancer lymphoedema service experienceVIEW PDF

    Heather Joy, Senior Operation Manager, City healthcare Partnership CIC; Debbie Allanson, Clinical Lead, City Healthcare Partnership CIC; Zena Scott, Specialist Nurse, City Healthcare Partnership CIC

  7. A cost-effectiveness analysis of the Healogics
    A cost-effectiveness analysis of the HealogicsVIEW PDF

    James Saunders, Business Development Director

  8. A fluid retention assessment of KerraFoam gentle border andcompetitor products
    A fluid retention assessment of KerraFoam gentle border andcompetitor productsVIEW PDF

    Christian Stephenson, R&D Director; Sarah Roberts, Senior Development; Jodie Lovett, Development Technologist

  9. A human repeat patch test study
    A human repeat patch test studyVIEW PDF

    Val DiTizio

  10. A laboratory study of the synergistic effect of chlorhexidine and silver
    A laboratory study of the synergistic effect of chlorhexidine and silverVIEW PDF

    Kristina Blom and Maria Werthén

  11. A novel in vitrobiofilm model to evaluate the effect of antimicrobial dressings on pre-formed biofilms
    A novel in vitrobiofilm model to evaluate the effect of antimicrobial dressings on pre-formed biofilmsVIEW PDF

    Katie Bourdillon PhD; Matthew Westmoreland BSc; Rachel Simmons BSc; Sophie Regan, Systagenix, an Acelity Company, Gargrave, UK

  12. A review of the in vitro and clinical evidence for ACTISORB®Silver 220 Activated Charcoal Dressings
    A review of the in vitro and clinical evidence for ACTISORB®Silver 220 Activated Charcoal DressingsVIEW PDF

    Kyle Turton MEng; Katie Bourdillon PhD and Breda Cullen, PhD

  13. A six month review of an independent leg ulcer clinic
    A six month review of an independent leg ulcer clinicVIEW PDF

    Lindsay J Hunter, Leg Ulcer Nurse, Clinic Manager, Lincoln Leg Clinic

  14. An investigation into the ability of an antimicrobial dressing with soft silicone to prevent microbial re-growth
    An investigation into the ability of an antimicrobial dressing with soft silicone to prevent microbial re-growthVIEW PDF

    Val DiTizio

  15. An Open Multicenter Comparative Prospective Randomised Clinical Study On A Fibrous Chitosan Wound Dressing (Kyctocel®)
    An Open Multicenter Comparative Prospective Randomised Clinical Study On A Fibrous Chitosan Wound Dressing (Kyctocel®)VIEW PDF

    Xiaodong Wang, Medical Director. Co-Authors: Xiaohui Mo, R & D Scientist; John Cen, QA & Regulatory Manager; Elaine Gibson, Clinical Nurse Manager

  16. Angiosarcoma  –  A diagnosis not to be missed
    Angiosarcoma – A diagnosis not to be missedVIEW PDF

    D Ruff, Vascular Nurse Specialist; RI Shahbazi, Consultant Vascular Surgeon; A Clough, CNS Tissue Viability

  17. AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™DRESSING: A clinical evaluation summary of 5 patients with lower limb ulceration
    AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™DRESSING: A clinical evaluation summary of 5 patients with lower limb ulcerationVIEW PDF

    Alison McGrath, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse

  18. AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™DRESSING: The management of complicated diabetic foot wounds using a newly formulated silver-containing antimicrobial HYDROFIBER® DRESSING
    AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™DRESSING: The management of complicated diabetic foot wounds using a newly formulated silver-containing antimicrobial HYDROFIBER® DRESSINGVIEW PDF

    Colette Jones, Highly Specialist Podiatrist

  19. Are there topical alternatives to silver in the management of wound bioburden?
    Are there topical alternatives to silver in the management of wound bioburden?VIEW PDF

    Katie Bourdillon PhD; Matthew Westmoreland BSc, Systagenix, an Acelity Company, Gargrave, UK

  20. Benefits of collagen/ORC dressings
    Benefits of collagen/ORC dressingsVIEW PDF

    Katie Bourdillon PhD; Breda Cullen PhD; Molly Gibson BSc, Systagenix, an AcelityCompany, Gargrave, UK

  21. Case study review of a limb threatening wound and use of AQUACEL® Ag+ EXTRA Dressing
    Case study review of a limb threatening wound and use of AQUACEL® Ag+ EXTRA DressingVIEW PDF

    Lorna Jarrett: Advanced Diabetes Podiatrist.Diabetic Foot Clinic, Metabolic unit, Western General Hospital,Edinburgh

  22. Delivering cost savings and improved patient care with a new generation of innovative standard support surface
    Delivering cost savings and improved patient care with a new generation of innovative standard support surfaceVIEW PDF

    Lisa Turley, Lead Tissue Viability Nurse and Clare Carter, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Tissue Viability

  23. Developing a multi-professional care pathway for early prevention and management of breast mastitis and abscess
    Developing a multi-professional care pathway for early prevention and management of breast mastitis and abscessVIEW PDF

    Dr Val Finigan, Consultant Midwife; Clare Brearley, Breast Advanced Nurse practitioner

  24. Developing and introducing a
    Developing and introducing a VIEW PDF

    Carol Hedger Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, First Community Health and Care; Nicki Connolly Community Staff Nurse, Leg Ulcer Clinic, Maidenhead

  25. Do you really know how soon your patient is on an alternating mattress in a hospital setting
    Do you really know how soon your patient is on an alternating mattress in a hospital settingVIEW PDF

    Lorraine Jones, Tissue Viability Lead Nurse, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

  26. Emergency department response to a pressure ulcer crisis
    Emergency department response to a pressure ulcer crisisVIEW PDF

    Caroline Dowse, ED Senior Nurse; Helen Pope, ED Matron; Suzie Faulkner, ED Sister; Charlie Kingdon Wells, Healthcare⤀Assistant

  27. Evaluating a dressing regime to 'combat' possible biofilm in complex hard to heal chronic wounds
    Evaluating a dressing regime to 'combat' possible biofilm in complex hard to heal chronic woundsVIEW PDF

    Linda Primer: Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist; Community, 104 Bonnyrigg Rd, Eskbank, Dalkeith, Midlothian

  28. Evaluating AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™ Dressing, A new antibiofilm HYDROFIBER® dressing, in diabetic foot wound care
    Evaluating AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™ Dressing, A new antibiofilm HYDROFIBER® dressing, in diabetic foot wound careVIEW PDF

    KAYE MCINTYRE: Advanced Diabetes Podiatrist, Team Lead

  29. Evaluating the effectiveness of a new Lateral Turning System to aidPatient Repositioning using Dynamic Interface Pressure Mapping
    Evaluating the effectiveness of a new Lateral Turning System to aidPatient Repositioning using Dynamic Interface Pressure MappingVIEW PDF

    Victoria Warner, Wound Care Sister Wound Healing Unit Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  30. Evaluation of dressings in the care of wounds following orthopaedic surgery
    Evaluation of dressings in the care of wounds following orthopaedic surgeryVIEW PDF

    Rachel Deegan, Clinical Nurse Specialist; Anna Churchman, Deputy Clinical Nurse Specialist

  31. Evidence of the reduction ofhospital acquired infections following the introduction of a standard antimicrobial wound cleansing solution
    Evidence of the reduction ofhospital acquired infections following the introduction of a standard antimicrobial wound cleansing solutionVIEW PDF

    Mark Collier, Lead Nurse Consultant, Tissue Viability, United Lincolnshire Hospital

  32. Gearing up for Change. Implementing New MattressTechnology in the NHS
    Gearing up for Change. Implementing New MattressTechnology in the NHSVIEW PDF

    Neil Adams, BSc(Hons)MBPsS, Medical Devices and Equipment Services Manager

  33. Healogics are bringing wound care closer to home
    Healogics are bringing wound care closer to homeVIEW PDF

    James Saunders, Business Development Director, Healogics

  34. How an audit of Topical Antimicrobial usage in the community setting was used to influence and promote clinical effectiveness
    How an audit of Topical Antimicrobial usage in the community setting was used to influence and promote clinical effectivenessVIEW PDF

    Kirsten Mahoney CNS Wound Healing Cardiff and Vale UHB

  35. If you always do what you always did, you always get what you always got
    If you always do what you always did, you always get what you always gotVIEW PDF

    Sean Phillips, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

  36. Implementing An Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD) Protocol In An Acute Trust
    Implementing An Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD) Protocol In An Acute TrustVIEW PDF

    Nikki Heywood, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, nicolaheywood@nhs.net; Alexa Poppleston, Pressure Ulcer Nurse alexa.poppleston@nhs.net; Michaela Arrowsmith, Lead Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist michaelaarrowsmith@nhs.net; Kate Purser, Adult Safeguardi

  37. Improved patient experience and outcomes using the DYNA–FORM™ Mercury Advance Mattress
    Improved patient experience and outcomes using the DYNA–FORM™ Mercury Advance MattressVIEW PDF

    Lorraine Jones, Tissue Viability Lead Nurse

  38. In vitro and clinical evaluation of a non-adherent silver dressing
    In vitro and clinical evaluation of a non-adherent silver dressingVIEW PDF

    Alexander Waite PhD; Katie Bourdillon PhD, Systagenix, an AcelityCompany, Gargrave, UK

  39. In vitro study of the efἀcacy of a novel antimicrobial dressing with soft  silicone adhesive in a diffusion model mimicking a catheter insertion site
    In vitro study of the efἀcacy of a novel antimicrobial dressing with soft silicone adhesive in a diffusion model mimicking a catheter insertion siteVIEW PDF

    Kristina Blom, Medibiome, Mölndal, Sweden; Maria Werthén, Mölnlycke Health Care

  40. Incorporating AQUACEL® Ag+ Extra     Dressing into a Management Plan for Ulcerated Diabetic Feet
    Incorporating AQUACEL® Ag+ Extra Dressing into a Management Plan for Ulcerated Diabetic FeetVIEW PDF

    Duncan Stang,National Diabetes Foot Coordinator; Helen McLure, Specialist Diabetic Podiatrist; Lynn Sneddon, Specialist Diabetic Podiatrist.

  41. Investigating optimal dosing for maggot therapy
    Investigating optimal dosing for maggot therapyVIEW PDF

    Michael Wilson, John Knight and Yamni Nigam, Swansea University; Wilhelm Jung, BioMonde GmbH, Kiebitzhörn; David Pritchard, Nottingham University

  42. KerraLite Cool for the Treatment of a Painful Venous Leg Ulcer in a Type 1 Diabetic Patient
    KerraLite Cool for the Treatment of a Painful Venous Leg Ulcer in a Type 1 Diabetic PatientVIEW PDF

    Dr Charalambos Agathangelou, PhD In Medical Gerontology/Dermatology

  43. KerraPro™ in Pressure Ulcer Prevention: Determining a Mode of Action
    KerraPro™ in Pressure Ulcer Prevention: Determining a Mode of ActionVIEW PDF

    Dr Helen Thomason,Post-Doctoral Research Associate; Matthew Hardman, The Edmund de Rothschild Senior Fellow in Ageing Research

  44. KerraPro™ Pressure Reducing Pads in Preventing Pressure Ulceration
    KerraPro™ Pressure Reducing Pads in Preventing Pressure UlcerationVIEW PDF

    Lesley Weaving, Diabetes Lead Podiatrist

  45. Laboratory study of the antimicrobial activity of a novel  antimicrobial dressing with soft silicone adhesive
    Laboratory study of the antimicrobial activity of a novel antimicrobial dressing with soft silicone adhesiveVIEW PDF

    Val DiTizio (Covalon Technologies Ltd

  46. Larval Therapy: Treatment of last resort or diagnostic intervention?
    Larval Therapy: Treatment of last resort or diagnostic intervention?VIEW PDF

    Joanne Woolhead, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist

  47. Llansantfriad Leg Club: A whole person approach
    Llansantfriad Leg Club: A whole person approachVIEW PDF

    Jane Banwell, District Nurse Team Leader, Leg Club Lead, Llansantfriad

  48. Management of Groin Abscess with  Flaminal® Forte and KerraMax® Care
    Management of Groin Abscess with Flaminal® Forte and KerraMax® CareVIEW PDF

    Maggie Pugh and Debbie Woodfine, Primary Case Nurses

  49. Managing complex post surgical wounds in a plastic surgery clinic: An evaluation of AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™ dressing on 3 different wounds
    Managing complex post surgical wounds in a plastic surgery clinic: An evaluation of AQUACEL®Ag+ EXTRA™ dressing on 3 different woundsVIEW PDF

    Roz Puzey RGN, Plastic Surgery Nurse Specialist Head and Neck Out Patient Department, Royal Derby Hospital

  50. Neonatal Moisture Lesions and  the use of Flaminal® Forte
    Neonatal Moisture Lesions and the use of Flaminal® ForteVIEW PDF

    Hayley Jones and Tarnia Harrison, Tissue Viability Clinical Nurse Specialists

  51. Patients’ experiences of having their wounds treated with medical grade honey
    Patients’ experiences of having their wounds treated with medical grade honeyVIEW PDF

    AM Seckam, RA Cooper; K Thirlaway; J Mercer, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff School of Health Sciences

  52. Pressure ulcer prevention: Empowering carers to provide quality care
    Pressure ulcer prevention: Empowering carers to provide quality careVIEW PDF

    Midlands and East Strategic Health Authority

  53. Promoting concordance in patients with diabetic foot ulcers
    Promoting concordance in patients with diabetic foot ulcersVIEW PDF

    James Saunders, Business Development Director

  54. Providing Optimum Wound Healing Conditions during the Proliferative Stage using KerraFibre™
    Providing Optimum Wound Healing Conditions during the Proliferative Stage using KerraFibre™VIEW PDF

    Vítor Santos RN, CNS, MsC

  55. Quality of life in pressure ulcer prevention care of a traumatic spinal injury using a multiple dermal sheet approach
    Quality of life in pressure ulcer prevention care of a traumatic spinal injury using a multiple dermal sheet approachVIEW PDF

    Heather Joy, Senior Operation Manager

  56. Stages of biofilm formation by a combination of microscopic methods
    Stages of biofilm formation by a combination of microscopic methodsVIEW PDF

    Ruth Scully, Section Leader/Senior BMS, Electron Microscopy Unit, Cellular Pathology, Cardiff & Vale UHB; Prof Jan Hobot, Electron Microscopy Unit, Institute for Translation, Innovation, Methodology & Engagement (TIME), School of Medicine, Cardiff Universit

  57. T.I.M.E: Improving practice and documentation in wound care
    T.I.M.E: Improving practice and documentation in wound care VIEW PDF

    Louise O’Connor and Laura Jenkner, Tissue Viability and Infection Prevention & Control Specialist Nurses, Central Manchester University Hospital

  58. The 4 main categories of effective treatment for Leg Ulcers
    The 4 main categories of effective treatment for Leg UlcersVIEW PDF

    The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation. www.legclub.org

  59. The Effectiveness of KerraPro™ Heel Pads and Mepilex® Border Heel Dressing in the prevention of Heel Pressure Ulcers
    The Effectiveness of KerraPro™ Heel Pads and Mepilex® Border Heel Dressing in the prevention of Heel Pressure UlcersVIEW PDF

    Dr Stephen Young, Managing Director, InControl Cambridge

  60. The Importance of User-friendly Wound Care  Education – www.crawford-bitesize-education.com
    The Importance of User-friendly Wound Care Education – www.crawford-bitesize-education.comVIEW PDF

    Trudie Young, Tissue Viability Nurse

  61. The Production of a Best Practice Statement “Principles of Wound Management in Paediatric Patients”
    The Production of a Best Practice Statement “Principles of Wound Management in Paediatric Patients”VIEW PDF

    Angela Rodgers, Paediatric TVN, Yorkhill Hospital, NHS GG&C; Paulene Emsley, Paediatric TVN, RHSC, NHS Lothian; Feriel Mahiout, CNS Tissue Viability, Royal Brompton Hospital); Deb Jones, CNS Plastics and Tissue Viability, Birmingham Children’s Hospital;...

  62. The use of KTWO® in combination with hyperbaric oxygen therapy
    The use of KTWO® in combination with hyperbaric oxygen therapyVIEW PDF

    Alexandra Bishop, Senior Clinical Nurse/Hyperbaric Research Nurse. DDRC Healthcare

  63. The use of low friction bootees on 'at risk' patients
    The use of low friction bootees on 'at risk' patientsVIEW PDF

    Deborah Gleeson, Lead Nurse Service Manager, Tissue Viability

  64. Topical Hydrogel: Clinical evaluation of a treatment regime in non concordant patients
    Topical Hydrogel: Clinical evaluation of a treatment regime in non concordant patientsVIEW PDF

    Heather Joy, Senior Operation Manager, City healthcare Partnership CIC; Sam Hamby, Senior Nurse Complex Wound Care, City Healthcare Partnership CIC; Zena Scott, Clinical lead Complex Wound Care, City Healthcare Partnership CIC

  65. Treating of a cellulitic foot with an ionic silver alginate dressing
    Treating of a cellulitic foot with an ionic silver alginate dressingVIEW PDF

    Fizz Gull, Community Staff Nurse

  66. Treatment of a variety of wounds using a dressing range with technology lipido-colloid (TLC)
    Treatment of a variety of wounds using a dressing range with technology lipido-colloid (TLC)VIEW PDF

    Lindsey Bullough, Tissue Viability Nurse. Elizabeth Merlin-Manton, Clinical Support Specialist

  67. Use of marathon no sting liquid skin protectant in paediatric palliative care
    Use of marathon no sting liquid skin protectant in paediatric palliative careVIEW PDF

    Lynette Thacker, Clinical Nurse Specialist Paediatric Palliative Care

  68. Wound care nurse practitioners' perceptions of wound biofilm
    Wound care nurse practitioners' perceptions of wound biofilmVIEW PDF

    Daniel Metcalf PhD, Associate Director, R&D, ConvaTec Ltd; Phil Bowler MPhil, Vice President, Science & Technology, ConvaTec Ltd, UK.

  69. Zero tolerance of avoidable pressure ulcers at Princess Alexandra Hospital
    Zero tolerance of avoidable pressure ulcers at Princess Alexandra HospitalVIEW PDF

    Janice Rossiter, Tissue Viability Nurse