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Friday, April 27, 2018, 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM

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Acute Wounds
M1.04.
Rapid Fire Poster
BIOFILM INFECTION POSES RISK OF OXIDATIVE STRESS VIA REDOX CYCLING OF SECRETORY PYOCYANIN
Karamjeet Kaur, James Boslett, Craig Hemann, Jay L. Zweier, Chandan K. Sen
Comprehensive Wound Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
M1.05.
Rapid Fire Poster
DIFFERENTIAL TIGHT JUNCTION EXPRESSION IN SKIN AND MUCOSAL WOUNDS
Junhe Shi, Luisa A. DiPietro, Lin Chen
Center for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration, College of Dentistry, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
P.AW01.
ACUTE WOUND HEALING IN A RODENT MODEL OF UREMIA
Sai Krishna Duraisingham, Julius E. Kieswich, Steven M. Harwood, Muhammad M. Yaqoob William
Harvey Research Institute, London, United Kingdom
P.AW02.
EX-VIVO WOUND MODEL TO MEASURE MICROBIAL BURDEN, EPITHELIAL TOXICITY AND BIOMARKER CONCENTRATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH WOUND-HEALING PRODUCTS
Patrick Finnegan1, Kira Heller, PhD1, Robert Asmus, MS2, Patrick Parks, MD PhD2, Marnie Peterson, PhD DPharm1
1University of Wyoming, Jackson, WY, USA,23M Company, Mendota Heights, MN, USA
P.AW03.
FIRST IDENTIFICATION OF VOLATILE BIOMARKER PROFILES AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS IN ACUTE WOUND HEALING PROCESSES IN HUMAN SKIN
Mohammed Ashrafi1, Iain White1, Howbeer Muhamadali1, Mohamed Baguneid2, Teresa Alonso-Rasgado1, Roy Goodacre1, Ardeshir Bayat1
1The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom,2Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom
P.AW04.
COMPARISON OF BETAFOAM , ALLEVYN , AND PETROLATUM GAUZE (PG) FOR SPLIT-THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT (STSG) DONOR-SITE DRESSING
ChangSik Pak1, DaeHwan Park2, TaeSuk Oh3, WonJai Lee4, YoungJoon Jun5, KyungAh Lee6, KapSung Oh7, JongWon Rhie8
1Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic of,2Daegu Catholic University Medical Center, Daegu, Korea, Republic of,3Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic of,4Severance Hospital, Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea, Republic of,5The Catholic University of Korea, Bucheon St. Mary's Hospital, Bucheon, Korea, Republic of,6Inje University Haeundae Paik Hospital, Busan, Korea, Republic of,7Samsung Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic of,8The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
P.AW05.
SHORT-TERM ADMINISTRATION OF A HIGH-FAT DIET IMPAIRS WOUND REPAIR IN MICE
Fernanda Schanuel, Bruna Romana-Souza, Andrea Monte-Alto-Costa
Rio de Janeiro State University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
P.AW06.
USE OF ABRA DYNAMIC TISSUE SYSTEM AND ACELL MATRISTEM FOR SUCCESSFUL CLOSURE OF TRAUMATIC COMPLEX EXTREMITY AND TRUNK SOFT TISSUE WOUNDS
Jayne McCauley, MD, Shirley McReynolds, FNP, Catherine Ronaghan, MD
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA
P.AW07.
INTRACELLULAR ATP DELIVERY INDUCES ENHANCED WOUND HEALING VIA EARLY INITIATION OF THE WOUND HEALING CASCADE
Harshini Sarojini, Sarah Eichenberger, Arezoo Rajaee, Sufan Chien
Price Institute of Surgical Research, Hiram C. Polk Jr. MD Department of Surgery, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA
P.AW08.
A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF UBM-ECM USE IN TREATING ACUTE PLANTAR WOUNDS
Bruce A. Kraemer
Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO, USA
P.AW09.
SECONDARY INTENTION HEALING AFTER SURGICAL EXCISION OF HIDRADENITIS SUPPURATIVA
Kyoungaw Nam, Keeyang Chung
Yonsei University Health System Severance Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
P.AW10.
APPLICATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY AFTER DISTAL DIGIT AMPUTATION FOR SUBUNGAL MELANOMA
Kyoungaw Nam, Keeyang Chung
Yonsei University Health System Severance Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
P.AS01.
KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF DIABETIC FOOT CARE IN NURSING HOME CARE WORKERS
Hyo Jeong Song
Jeju National University, Jeju-si, Korea, Republic of
P.ANG01
OPTIMIZING HEALING OUTCOME BY ZONAL CONDITIONING OF CUTANEOUS WOUNDS PRIOR TO SCAR FORMATION DEMONSTRATED IN A DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMISED STUDY
Sara Ud-Din1, Philip Foden2, Mohsin Mazhari2, Samer Al-Habba2, Mohamed Baguneid2, Douglas McGeorge3, Ardeshir Bayat1
1University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom,2Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom,3Nuffield Health Chester Hospital, Chester, United Kingdom
P.ANG02.
PHENOTYPIC CHANGE IN ANGIOGENIC FIBROCYTES IN PLANTER DECUBITUS ULCERS IN RATS
Yoshikiyo Akasaka1, Tetsuya Okaneya2, Chie Fujisawa3, Miho Nakamichi2, Kiyoshi Onishi2, Yuri Akishima-Fukasawa4, Naoko Honma4, Tetuo Mikami4
1Toho University Graduate School of Medicine Advanced Research Center, Tokyo, Japan,2 Toho University Omori Medical Center Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Tokyo, Japan,3 Toho University Research Promotion and Development, Tokyo, Japan,4Toho University School of Medicine Pathology, Tokyo, Japan
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Bioengineering/Biomaterials
P.BIO01.
PROTEASE MODULATION BY AN OVINE-BASED COLLAGEN EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX DRESSING IN AN IN VITRO MODEL REPRESENTATIVE OF IN SITU USE
Michelle Chen, PhD1, Abram D. Janis, MS CWCA2, Louis Ferland, PhD1
1ResearchDx, Irvine, CA, USA,2Hollister Incorporated, Libertyville, IL, USA
P.BIO02.
STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF VIABLE LYOPHILIZED PLACENTAL TISSUES
Nicholas Johnson, Vimal Jacob, Tyler Hoffman, Anne Lerch, Sandeep Dhall, Jin-Qiang Kuang, Malathi Sathyamoorthy, Alla Danilkovitch
Osiris Therapeutics Inc., Columbia, MD, USA
P.BIO03.
PREPARATION AND ACTIVITY OF NANOCELLULOSIC MATERIALS AS PROTEASE SENSORS AND SEQUESTRANTS
J. Vincent Edwards, Nicolette Prevost, Krystal Fontentot, Brian Condon
Southern Regional Research Center, New Orleans, LA, USA
P.BIO04.
ASSESSMENT OF MATRICELLULAR PROTEIN BIOMIMETIC SCAFFOLDS IN A PORCINE MODEL OF CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
Adam Hopfgartner, Karrie McLeod, Alexander El-Warrak, Douglas Hamilton
The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada
P.BIO05.
ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN AMNIOTIC TISSUE CELL VIABILITY
Anne Lerch, Vimal Jacob, Tyler Hoffman, Nicholas Johnson, Jin-Qiang Kuang, Sandeep Dhall, Malathi Sathyamoorthy, Alla Danilkovitch
Osiris Therapeutics Inc., Columbia, MD, USA
P.BIO06.
TOWARDS NEXT GENERATION MAGGOT DEBRIDEMENT THERAPY: TRANSGENIC LUCILIA SERICATA LARVAE THAT PRODUCE AND SECRETE A HUMAN GROWTH FACTOR
Rebecca J. Davis, Esther J. Belikoff, Maxwell J. Scott
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
M1.01.
Rapid Fire Poster
PROTEASE-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-2 KNOCKDOWN ATTENUATES THE FIBROTIC PHENOTYPE IN POST-BURN HYPERTROPHIC SCAR FIBROBLASTS
Jayson W. Jay, Anesh Prasai, Amina El Ayadi, David N. Herndon, Celeste C. Finnerty

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
P.BW01.
ROLE OF PRESSURE MAGNITUDE IN COMPRESSION GARMENT THERAPY
Danielle M. DeBruler1, Colleen Bendig1, Molly E. Baumann1, Britani N. Blackstone1, John K. Bailey1, Dorothy M. Supp2, Heather Powell1
1The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA,2Shriners Hospitals for Children, Cincinnati, OH, USA
P.BW02.
SCAR OUTCOMES FOLLOWING PRESSURE GARMENT THERAPY CESSATION
Danielle M. DeBruler1, Jacob C. Zbinden1, Molly E. Baumann1, Britani N. Blackstone1, John K. Bailey1, Dorothy M. Supp2, Heather Powell1
1The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA,2Shriners Hospitals for Children, Cincinnati, OH, USA
P.BW03.
KINETICS OF COLLAGEN DEPOSITION IN BURN WOUNDS OF RED DUROC VS. YORKSHIRE PIG
Jesse Nguyen, Andrea Fourcaudot, Sai Lakshmi Rajasekh Karna, Fatemeh Sanjar, Liwu Qian, Ping Chen, David Silliman, Stardaous Gibbons, Kai Leung
Brooke Army Medical Center, For Sam Houston, TX, USA
P.BW04.
IMPROVED HEALING OF DEEP PARTIAL THICKNESS BURN WOUNDS WITH OMEGA-3 RICH FISH SKIN DERMIS COMPARED TO FETAL BOVINE DERMIS
Randolph Stone, II1, David Larson1, John Wall1, Kyle Florell1, Hannah Dillon1, Skuli Magnusson2, Hilmar Kjartansson2, Shanmugasundram Natesan1, Robert Christy1
1US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA,2Kerecis, Reykjavik, Iceland
P.BW05.
SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A SEVERE HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL BURN WITH THORACOABDOMINAL INJURY
Huining Bian, Hanhua Li, Lianghua Ma, Chuanwei Sun, Hongmin Luo, Deqing Wu, Zihao Zhou, Wen Lai
Guangdong General Hospital, Guangzhou, China
P.CW01.
ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF MYOCARDIN-RELATED TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS RESTORES MYOFIBROBLAST FUNCTION IN CHRONIC WOUND FIBROBLASTS
Bojie Dai, William Berry, James Griffith, James Tomasek
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
P.CW02.
MODIFIED KEYSTONE FLAP WITH FORTUNE COOKIE DESIGN: NEW "WORKHORSE" FLAP IN GLUTEAL REGION
Tae Hwan Park1, Yun Joo Park2
1CHA university, seongnam-si, Korea, Republic of,2Hallym University, Anyang-si, Korea, Republic of
P.CW03.
GENERATION OF AN EXTREMELY LONG TERM ISCHEMIC WOUND MODEL
Arezoo Rajaee, Harshini Sarojini, Sarah Eichenberger, Stephen O'Brien, Michael Martin, Sufan Chien
Price Institute of Surgical Research, Hiram C. Polk Jr. MD, Department of Surgery, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA
P.CW04.
SILVER BANDAGE TOXICITY TO HUMAN SKIN CELLS AND TO LEG ULCERS
Vojtech Pavlik1, Kristina Nesporova, PhD1, Hana Vagnerova1, Natalie Cisarova1, Jaroslav Pejchal, PhD2, Barbora Safrankova, PhD1, Lubos Sobotka, PhD3
1Contipro a.s., Dolni Dobrouc, Czech Republic,2Department of Toxicology, University of Defence, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic,3Metabolic Disorder Clinic of University Hospital, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
P.CW05.
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF A NEW BIOFILM DISRUPTING AGENT FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS COMPARED TO STANDARD OF CARE - A NOVEL APPROACH
Daniel B. Kim, MD1, William J. Namen, DPM2, January F. Moore, BA1, Mauricia A. Buchanan, BSN1, Matthew F. Mynttti, PhD3, Valerie Y. Hayes, PhD3, Albert G. Hakaim, MD1
1Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA,2River City Clinical Research, Jacksonville, FL, USA,3Next Science, LLC, Jacksonville, FL, USA
P.CW06.
TREATMENT OF DEEP CAVITIESUSING A PERFORATOR-BASED ISLAND FLAP WITH PARTIAL DE-EPITHELIZATION
Jung Woo Chang1, Jeongseok Oh1, Seung Suk Choi2
1Hanyang Univ. Guri Hospital, Guri, Korea, Republic of,2Plastic Surgery, Hanyang Univ. Guri Hospital, Guri, Korea, Republic of
P.CW07.
A MURINE MODEL OF AGED DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Giorgio Giatsidis, Dennis P. Orgill
Brigham and Women's Hospital - Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
P.CW08.
DEHYDRATED HUMAN AMNION CHORION&ALLOGRAFT IMPROVED DIABETIC CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
Seok Hong1, Ping Xie1, Emily Friedrich1, Abigail Phipps2, Jay Hong1, Thomus A. Mustoe1, Robert D. Galiano1
1Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA,2Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Edison, NJ, USA
P.CW09.
PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ON EFFICACY OF DICHLORIDE OCTENIDYNE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS
Maciej Sopata1, Elzbieta Tomaszewska2, Mateusz Sopata3
1Chair and Department of Palliative Care, Laboratory of Chronic Wounds Treatment, University of Medical Sciences, Poznan, Poland,2Hospice Palium, University Hospital of Lords Transfiguration, Poznan, Poland,3Pozna? University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management, Institute of Materials Engineering, Department of Metal Science and Surface Engineering, Poznan, Poland
P.CW10.
THE COMBINED EFFECT OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS AND CHICKEN EMBRYO EXTRACT ON THE FLAP VIABILITY AND MAST CELLS IN RANDOM SKIN FLAPS
Mohammad Bayat, MD, Hiram C Polk Jr. MD
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA
P.CW11.
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT THE EFFICACY OF A BIOFILM DISRUPTION WASH IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS: A PILOT STUDY
Matthew F. Mynttti, PhD1, Matthew Regulski, DPM2
1Next Science, LLC, Jacksonville, FL, USA,2The Wound Institute of Ocean County, NJ, Whiting, NJ, USA
P.CW12.
IMMUNOMODULATORY AND WOUND HEALING EFFECTS OF COMBINED CHLOROGENIC ACID AND MYRICETIN FORMULATION
Sara Moghadam, Ehsan Jabbarzadeh
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
P.CW13.
COMBINING TREATMENT METHODS FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS - TISSUE BASE PRODUCTS, NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY AND OFFLOADING
Lucian G. Vlad, MD, Mir M. Ali, MD, Joseph A. Molnar, MD, PhD
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
P.CW14.
COMBINING TREATMENT METHODS FOR VENOUS LEG ULCERS - TISSUE BASED PRODUCTS, NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY AND COMPRESSION
Lucian G. Vlad, MD, Mir M. Ali, MD, Joseph A. Molnar, MD, PhD
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
P.CW15.
EARLY DETECTION OF DEEP TISSUE INJURY IN CRITICALLY ILL SURGICAL PATIENTS
Miriam Putterman, Iris Xu, Elizabeth Mintz, Christine Chen, Matthew Richards, Alec Lafontant, Michael S. Weingarten, Brendan K. McCracken, Rose A. DiMaria-Ghalili, Leonid Zubkov, Michael Neidrauer, Peter A. Lewin
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
P.EXT01.
A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF UBM-ECM AS A PRIMARY RECONSTRUCTIVE MODALITY IN COMPLEX WOUNDS
Bruce A. Kraemer
Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO, USA
P.EXT02.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BONE BIOPSY AND BONE CULTURE RESULTS IN PATIENTS WITHOSTEOMYELITIS FROM PRESSURE ULCERS
Kunal Vani, Jonathan Levin, Diana Panciera, Matthew Finnegan, Christian Deliberto, Erin Torpley
Rowan University, Voorhees, NJ, USA
M1.03.
Rapid Fire Poster
FIBROBLAST MEDIATED NAX SIGNALING DRIVES INFLAMMATION IN OPEN WOUNDS
Huining Bian, Ping Xie, Elena Bogdanovic, Emily Elizabeth Friedrich, Seok Jong Hong, Robert Galiano, Thomas Mustoe
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA
M1.06.
Rapid Fire Poster
Could -79 C SPRAY-TYPE CRYOTHERAPY BE AN EFFECTIVE MONOTHERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF KELOID?
Tae Hwan Park1, Yun Joo Park2
1CHA University, Seongnam-Si, Korea, Republic of,2Hallym University, Anyang-Si, Korea, Republic of
M1.07.
Rapid Fire Poster
RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY AND HPLC: IN VIVO AND EX-VIVO VALIDATION OF A COMBI-APPROACH FOR TESTING TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY OF COMPOUNDS IN WOUNDS AND SCARS
Rubinder Basson1, Martin Isabelle2, Weiping Li1, Mohamed Baguneid3, David Reece2, Ardeshir Bayat1
1University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom,2Renishaw, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom,3Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom
P.FS01.
DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF EXOSOME PRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL TENSION INFLUENCES FIBROGENIC PHENOTYPES
Alexander Blum1, Xinyi Wang1, Emily Steen1, Hui Li1, Monica Fahrenholtz1, Natalie Templeman1, Yao Ning1, Paul Bollyky2, Sundeep Keswani1, Swathi Balaji1
1Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA,2Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
P.FS02.
QUANTITATIVE INDEX FOR SKIN FIBROSIS: COMBINED OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY WITH ULTRASOUND VALIDATED BY HISTOLOGY AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
Sara Ud-Din1, Philip Foden2, Mohsin Mazhari2, Samer Al-Habba2, Mohamed Baguneid2, Ardeshir Bayat1
1University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom,2Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom
P.FS03.
TOPICAL ADMINISTRATION OF LIPOSOME ENCAPSULATED STATINS REDUCED HYPERTROPHIC SCARRING. A NEW THERAPEUTIC OPTION
Seok Hong1, Ping Xie1, Shengxian Jia1, XingGuo Cheng2, Seok Hong1, Robert D. Galiano1, Thomus A. Mustoe1
1Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA,2Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX, USA
P.FS04.
ALTERED SHEAR FORCES PRECIPITATE FIBROTIC REMODELING IN DISCRETE SUBAORTIC STENOSIS
Monica Fahrenholtz1, Yao Ning1, Marci Kang2, Hui Li1, Emily Steen1, Lalita Wadhwa1, Swathi Balaji1, K. Jane Grande-Allen2, Sundeep Keswani1
1Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX, USA,2Rice University, Houston, TX, USA
P.FS05.
PIRFENIDONE INHIBITS CONTRACTILE MACHINERY IN PROFIBROTIC HUMAN DERMAL MYOFIBROBLASTS
Adrienne R. Wells, Caroline L. Hall, Kai P. Leung
US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA
P.FS06.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW VARIABLE POROSITY WOUND DRESSING WITH ANTI-SCAR PROPERTIES
Collynn F. Woeller1, Aubrey Woodroof2, Patrick S. Cottler3, Stephen J. Pollock1, Jane L. Gui3, Angela Pineros-Fernandez3, Constantine G. Harris1, Richard P. Phipps1
1 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA,2Permeaderm Inc., Carlsbad, CA, USA,3University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA
P.FS07.
PIRFENIDONE TREATMENT OF DEEP PARTIAL-THICKNESS BURNS IN C57BL/6 MICE
Jorge L. Medina, Ph.D., Eliza A. Sebastian, Andrea B. Fourcaudot, Rossella Dorati, Ph.D., Kai P. Leung, Ph.D.
United States Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA
P.FS08.
TOPICAL DELIVERY OF A FOCAL ADHESION KINASE INHIBITOR RESULTS IN ACCELERATED WOUND HEALING WITH REDUCED SCARRING IN A PORCINE WOUND MODEL
Sun Hyung Kwon, Kun Ma, Dominik Duscher, Jagannath Padmanabhan, Yixiao Dong, Mohammed Inayathullah, Jayakumar Rajadas, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
P.FS09.
DETERMINATION OF TRFS AND TIRNAS LEVELS IN HUMAN KELOIDS
Yixuan Zhao, Guo-You Zhang, Qing-Feng Li
Shanghai Jiaotong University, School of Medicine, Shanghai, China
P.FS10.
HUMAN-LIKE HYPERTROPHIC SCARS IN LOOSE SKINNED ANIMALS VIA DYNAMIC CIRCUMFERENTIAL MECHANICAL TENSION
Cullen McCarthy, Paul McGaha, Noah Rozich, James Griffith, Jason Lees, James Tomasek, William Berry
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
P.FS11.
COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS IDENTIFIES PUTATIVE PROGNOSTIC BIOMARKERS OF PATHOLOGICAL SCARRING IN TRAUMATIC WOUNDS
Sridevi Nagaraja1, Lin Chen2, Luisa A. DiPietro2, Jaques Reifman1, Alexander Y. Mitrophanov1
1DoD Biotechnology High Performance Computing Software Applications Institute, Frederick, MD, USA,2Center for wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, USA
P.GRO01.
PROTEASE RESISTANT GROWTH FACTOR FORMULATIONS FOR HEALING OF CHRONIC WOUNDS
Tabitha Boeringer1, Lisa Gould2, Piyush Koria1
1University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA,2South Shore Hospital, Weymouth, MA, USA
P.GRO02.
A NEW MECHANISM OF LATENT TGF-B1 PRESENTATION IN LUNG
Henna Karvonen1, Monika Lodyga1, Ehab Ayab2, Kjetil Ask2, Boris Hinz1
1University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada,2Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health, McMaster Immunology Research Center, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
P.IB01.
HUMAN CRYOPRESERVED PLACENTAL TISSUES INHIBIT WOUND ASSOCIATED BACTERIA BIOFILM FORMATION
Yong Mao1, Anya Singh-Varma1, Tyler Hoffman2, Sandeep Dhall2, Alla Danilkovitch2, Joachim Kohn1
1New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ, USA,2Osiris Therapeutics Inc., Columbia, MD, USA
P.IB02.
STEM TOMOGRAPHY OF HYPER BIOFILM PRODUCING PERSISTER PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA
Subendu Sarkar1, Binbin Deng2, Subhadip Ghatak1, Kanhaiya Singh1, Piya Das Ghatak1, Shomita Steiner1, Sashwati Roy1, Savita Khanna1, Daniel Wozniak3, David W. McComb2, Chandan K. Sen1
1Comprehensive Wound Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA,2Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA,3Center for Microbial Interface Biology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
P.IB03.
GENOMIC RESPONSES OF PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA DURING EARLY AND BIOFILM INFECTION OF WOUNDS
S L Rajasekhar Karna1, P D'Arpa2, T Chen3, JQ Nguyen1, KP Leung1
1US Army Institute of Surgical Research, JBSA Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA,2The Geneva Foundation, Tacoma, TX, USA,3The Forsyth Institute, Cambridge, MA, USA
P.IB04.
PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA BIOFILM INFECTION OF PARTIAL-THICKNESS BURN WOUNDS IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS
Kenneth S. Brandenburg, Alan J. Weaver, Jr., Liwu Qian, Tao You, Ping Chen, Rajasekh Karna, Andrea B. Fourcaudot, Eliza A. Sebastian, Johnathan J. Abercrombie, Uzziel Pineda, Kai P. Leung
US Army Institute of Surgical Research, JBSA FT Sam Houston, TX, USA
P.IB05.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HOST RESPONSE TO PARTIAL-THICKNESS BURN WOUNDS FOLLOWING PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA INFECTION IN A RAT BURN MODEL
Alan Weaver, Jr., Kenneth Brandenburg, Liwu Qian, Tao You, Ping Chen, Rajasekhar Karna, Andrea Fourcaudot, Eliza Sebastian, Johnathan Abercrombie, Uzziel Pineda, Kai Leung
DCTRTRD, USA-ISR, JBSA Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA
P.IB06.
ORGANO-SELENIUM COATED POLYESTER BANDAGE INHIBITS BIOFILMS
Ted W. Reid, Ph.D.1, Phat Tran, Ph.D.1, Kenny Gallagher, B.A.2
1Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA,2SelenBio Inc, Austin, TX, USA
P.IB07.
CHLORAPREP USE ALTERS SKIN MICROBIOME COMPOSITION
Sifon Ndon1, Jane Xu1, Tyler Rice1, Biraja Dash1, Michael Alperovich1, Elizabeth Grice2, Noah Palm1, Henry Hsia1
1Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA,2University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
P.IB08.
MULTIDISCIPLINARY WOUND INFECTION GUIDELINE OPPORTUNITIES
Christopher Davey, MD, CWSP1, Sammy Zakhary, MD, CWSP2, Laura Bolton, PhD3, Kathy Gallagher, DNP,ARNPF4, Rebecca Bari, DPMc5, Jordan Bean, DPMc5, Tyler Reber, DPMc5, Kara Couch, MS,CRNP,CW6, Karen Laforet, MCISc(WH)7, Corrine McIsaac, PhD(c),RN8, Karen Napier, RN,BScN,CE9, Diana Vilar-Cmpte, MD, MSc10, Emily Zakhary11, Michael Hermans, MD12, Jennifer Hurlow, MSN, GNP13
1Private practice, St. Petersburg, FL, USA,2Medical director, Valley Vein and Vascular Surgeons, Glendale, AZ, USA,3Rutgers RWJ Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ, USA,4Christiana Care Health, Newark, DE, USA,5Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ, USA,6George Washington University Hospital, Arlington, VA, USA,7Calea Home Care, Mississauga, ON, Canada,8Cape Breton University, New Waterford, NS, Canada,9Sturgeon Community Hospital, St. Albert, AB, Canada,10Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia, Tlalpan, FL, USA,11Baylor University, Waco, TX, USA,12Herman's Consulting, Doral, FL, USA,13Canterbury Christ Church University, School of Nursing, Tunbridge, United Kingdom
P.IB09.
EFFECTIVE NON-CYTOTOXIC ANTIBIOFILM DISSOLVABLE DRESSING POWERED BY ULTRALOW LEVEL OF GALLIUM AND SILVER
Gaurav Pranami1, Eric C. Crawford1, Ankit Agarwal1, Nicholas L. Abbott2, Patricia R. Kierski2, Charles J. Czuprynski2, Jonathan F. McAnulty2, Michael J. Schurr3
1Imbed Biosciences, Madison, WI, USA,2University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA,3Mission Hospitals, Asheville, NC, USA
P.II01.
DETERMINING THE MECHANISM OF ACTION OF KERATIN & KAP BIOMATERIALS
Mitchell C. Sanders1, Mia Sanders1, Lindsay Poland1, Tom Barrows2, Thomas Serena3
1Alira Health Boston LLC, Framingham, MA, USA,2Cell Constructs I, LLC, Atlanta, GA, USA,3Serena Group, Hingham, MA, USA
P.II02.
DIABETES ALTERS MACROPHAGE POLARIZATION RESULTING IN PERSISTENT INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
Lindel C. Dewberry, Carlos Zgheib, Junyi Hu, Maggie M. Hodges, Sarah A. Hilton, Junwang Xu, Kenneth W. Liechty
University of Colorado, Denver, CO, USA
P.NOV01.
IMPROVED WOUND HEALING IN SWINE MODEL WITH CERIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLE CONJUCATED WITH MICRORNA 146A
Sarah A. Hilton1, Carlos Zgheib1, Maggie M. Hodges1, Lindel C. Dewberry1, Sashwati Roy2, Chandan Ken2, Kenneth W. Liechty1
1University of Colorado, Aurora, CO, USA,2Department of Surgery, Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute, Center for Regenerative Medicine and Cell Based Therapies and Comprehensive Wound Center, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH, USA
P.NOV02.
A NOVEL NON-CONTACT ELECTRIC FIELD THERAPY ENHANCES ANGIOGENESIS AND WOUND HEALING IN PORCINE MODEL
Nava P. Rijal1, Daniel Perry1, Emma Stumpf1, Andrei Kogan2, Daria A. Narmoneva1
1 University of Cincinnati, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Cincinnati, OH, USA,2University of Cincinnati, Department of Physics, Cincinnati, OH, USA
P.NOV03.
A NOVEL, STERLIZED MICROVASCULAR TISSUE PRODUCT IMPROVES HEALING IN A MURINE PRESSURE ULCER MODEL
Jeffrey M. Gimble1, Trivia Frazier1, Xiying Wu1, Claire Llamas2, Ted Brown2, Doan Nguyen3, Douglas Arm4, Dale Peterson4, Bruce Bunnell2
1LaCell LLC, New Orleans, LA, USA,2Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA,3Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, LA, USA,4Microvascular Tissues, San Diego, CA, USA
P.NOV04.
Fl2 SIRNA IN A CONCENTRATED POLOXAMER PLATFORM FOR ACUTE AND BURN WOUND HEALING
Brian ORourke1, Adam Kramer2, David Sharp2
1MicroCures, Inc, Bronx, NY, USA,2Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA
P.NOV05.
NEW WOUND CLASSIFICATION METHOD: DIRECT CODING SYSTEM FROM KOREA
Donghyeok Shin, Dongkun Jeon
Konkuk University Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
P.OX01.
PIGMENT BASED DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF REDOX HOMEOSTASIS IN HYPERTROPHIC SCAR
Abdulnaser Alkhalil1, Bonnie C. Carney1, Taryn E. Travis2, Seid Muhie3, Stacyann Miller3, Rasha Hammamieh4, Marti Jett4, Jeffrey W. Shupp1
1Medstar Health Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA,2MedStar Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, USA,3The Geneva Foundation, Fort Detrick, MD, USA,4Integrative Systems Biology, US Army Center for Environmental Health Research, Fort Detrick, MD, USA
P.OX02.
THE EFFECT OF FRACTIONATED ABLATIVE CARBON DIXOXIDE LASER WITH LIDOCAINE SPRAY ON THE SURVIVAL OF SKIN FLAP IN RATS
Jun-Ho Lee, Kyujin Chung
Yeungnam University Hospital, Daegu, Korea, Republic of
M1.08.
Rapid Fire Poster
CONTRIBUTION OF INDIVIDUAL SATELLITE CELLS TO MUSCLE REGENERATION ASSESSED USING A CONFETTI MOUSE MODEL
Hans Heemskerk1, N Suhas Jagannathan1, Binh Phu Nguyen1, Keshmarathy D/O Sacadevan2, Paul Matsudaira2, Peter TC So3, Lisa Tucker-Kellogg1
1Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore, Singapore,2National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore,3Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
P.REG01.
DIRECT NEUROTIZATION OF DECELLULARIZED MUSCLE MATRIX LEADS TO ENHANCED MUSCLE REGENERATION AND NEURAL TISSUE INGROWTH
Mimi Wu Young1, Hari Iyer2, Seok Hong1, Robert Galiano1
1Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA,2McGill School of Medicine, Montreal, QC, Canada
P.REG02.
MUSCLE INJURY AND REGENERATION WITH N-ACETYLCYSTEINE
Benyam P. Yoseph, Yu Zhou, Kathryn Moschouris, James Poteracki, Tracy Criswell, Shay Soker
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
P.REG03.
GROWTH FACTOR CONTAINING HYALURONIC ACID GEL FOR HAIR FOLLICLE TRANSPLANTATION
Kristo Nuutila, Indranil Sinha, Dharaniya Sakthivel, David Varon, Doug Helm
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
P.REG04.
DECELLULARIZED FETAL TISSUE MATRIX ENHANCES IN SITU SKELETAL MUSCLE REGENERATION
Mimi Wu Young1, Hari Iyer2, Seok Hong1, Robert Galiano1
1Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA,2McGill School of Medicine, Montreal, QC, Canada
M1.02.
Rapid Fire Poster
MECHANICAL EDUCATION IN VITRO ENHANCES REGENERATIVE CAPACITIES OF HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IN VIVO
Marielle Walraven, Akosua Vilaysane, John E. Davies, Boris Hinz
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
P.ST01.
THE EFFECT OF HUMAN BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL-CONDITIONED MEDIUM ON HEALING OF AN INFECTED WOUND MODEL IN DIABETIC RATS
Mohammad Bayat, PhD1, Reza Kouhkheil, MSc2, Mohammadjavad Fridoni, PhD2, Sufan Chien, MD1
1Price Institute of Surgical Research, University of Louisville, and Noveratech LLC of Louisville, Louisville, Kentuki; USA; Supported in part by NIH grant DK105692.; 2Department of Biology and Anatomical Sciences, School of Medicine, Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Zanjan, Iran
P.ST02.
THE EFFECTS OF COMBINED PHOTOBIOMODULATION AND HUMAN BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL-CONDITIONED MEDIUM ON WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC RATS
Mohammad Bayat, PhD1, Ramin Pouriran1, Sufan Chien, MD2
1Department of Biology and Anatomical Sciences, School of Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 2Price Institute of Surgical Research, University of Louisville, and Noveratech LLC of Louisville, Louisville, Kentuki; USA; Supported in part by NIH grant DK105692., USA
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P.LB01.
EPIDERMAL STEM CELLS INTERACT WITH ADIPOCYTES TO PROMOTE HEALING IN OBESITY WOUND
Ji LIN1, Xiao-ning GAO2, Wei-dong HAN1, Xiao-bing FU1
1Institute of Basic Medicine, Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing, China,2Department of Hematology, Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing, China
P.LB02.
REVASCULARIZED VESSEL AS A RECIPIENT IN MICROVASCULAR RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY
IL Jae Lee
Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Korea, Republic of
P.LB03.
ANTIMICROBIAL FUNCTIONALIZATION OF OVINE FORESTOMACH MATRIX WITH IONIC SILVER
Tanvi Karnik, Micheal Jerram, Arun Nagarajan, Ravin Rajam, Sandi Dempsey, Barnaby May, Christopher Miller
Aroa Biosurgery, Auckland, New Zealand
P.LB04.
CROSSLINKING AGENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFECTED CHRONIC WOUND MODEL
Abram Janis1, S Korn2, Renee Munoz2, Anthony McElwain2, Joe Knue2, Elizabeth Sanchez2, Paul Attar2
1Hollister Incorporated, Libertyville, IL, USA,2BRIDGE PTS, San Antonio, TX, USA
P.LB05.
TREATMENT OF RECALCITRANT CHRONIC WOUNDS WITH A HYALURONIC ACID DRESSING AND A MICELLE MATRIX SURFACTANT: A PILOT STUDY
Vikram G. Mookerjee, BA, Raman Mehrzad, MD, Elizabeth Kiwanuka, MD, Daniel Kwan, MD, Paul Y. Liu, MD
Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI, USA
P.LB06.
PREGNANCY IMPROVES SKIN WOUND HEALING IN MURINE MODEL
Fan Yang, Haiying Pan, Yan Cui, Aiping Lu, Johnny Huard
McGovern Medical School, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX, USA
P.LB07.
NOTCH ACTIVATOR, JAGGED1, RESULTS IN INCREASED WOUND CLOSURE IN AN EX VIVO MURINE SKIN WOUND MODEL
Liz Quintero-Macias, Timothy King
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA
P.LB08.
COMPARISON OF NONINVASIVE SKIN PERFUSION TECHNIQUES
Arezoo Rajaee, Harshini Sarojini, Sufan Chien
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA
P.LB09.
OXANDROLONE IN COMBINATION WITH PROPRANOLOL DECREASES FIBROSIS IN POST-BURN HYPERTROPHIC SCAR FIBROBLASTS
Amina El Ayadi1, Ye Wang1, Anesh Prasai1, Jayson Jay2, David Herndon3, Celeste Finnerty1
1Surgery department University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA,2HPTM Graduate Program, Galveston, TX, USA,3Shriners Hospital for Children, Galveston, TX
P.LB10.
WIRELESS BIOSENSOR ON DRESSING FOR RAPID MEASUREMENTS OF WOUND BIOMARKERS
Daniel J. Gibson1, Gregory Schultz1, Mohammad H.M. Kouhani2, Wen Li2, Xiyuan Liu2, Peter B. Lillehoj2
1University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA,2Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
P.LB11.
CHANGES IN MACROPHAGE PHENOTYPE IN HYPERTROPHIC SCARRING POPULATION
Anesh Prasai1, Amina El Ayadi1, Jayson Jay1, David N. Herndon2, Celeste C. Finnerty1
1University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA,2Shriners Hospitals for Children, Galveston, TX, USA