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Talks on wound care in particular demographics focus on customized strategies for a range of patient populations, including children, the elderly, immunocompromised people, and people requiring bariatric treatment. Talks cover the particular difficulties and factors that are exclusive to each group, such as brittle skin, poor wound healing, and trouble moving about. Furthermore, novel approaches and optimal methodologies for evaluating, managing, and averting wounds are investigated. Healthcare providers may improve their capacity to provide individualized and efficient wound care by attending to the unique requirements of different populations. This will eventually improve patient outcomes and quality of life for people from a variety of demographic backgrounds..

  • Geriatric Wound Management
  • Wound Care for Immunocompromised Patients
  • Skin Integrity in Neonates and Infants
  • Mobility and Wound Prevention in Elderly Patients
  • Wound Healing Challenges in Immunocompromised Individuals
  • Nutritional Considerations in Wound Care for Special Populations
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Special Population Wound Care
  • Emerging Technologies and Innovations for Special Population Wound Care