SALSA’s Armstrong to Keynote 3rd International Dubai Diabetic Foot Conference

3rd International Diabetic Foot Conference – Middle East North Africa Financial Network – MENAFN:

(MENAFN Press) Following the great success of the 2nd International Diabetic Foot Conference held in 2011, we are proud to announce the 3rd International Diabetic Foot Conference from 9th to the 10th of November, 2012 at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Topics of the growing global healthcare challenge posed by diabetes-related limb amputations in an evidence-informed, patientfocused, interdisciplinary forum will be discussed.

At this year’s 2-day conference it will be possible to interact and learn from some of the world’s leaders specializing in prevention, assessment & treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. This includes the latest in vascular intervention as well as the role of technology on healing and preventing diabetic foot ulcers. You will also be able to network with experts from across the Middle East, Europe and the USA.

The program will include topics on Vascular Assessment and Pressure Offloading to name a few. There have been many recent advances in wound healing specifically at the level of the individual cells. New technologies and therapeutic modalities are promising and will soon be available in routine clinical practice.

This forum will be a combination of lectures, discussions as well as symposiums and interactive workshops.

The Key note speaker of this year’s conference is Dr. David Armstrong, DPM, MD, PhD Professor of Surgery and Director, Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) at University of Arizona.

The event is support by the Dubai Health Authority and the main sponsors include Mlnlycke Health Care, Medline, Julphar, Lunatus, Smith & Nephew, Silverlon-Horas and Convatec-Phoenicia, Diaped, KCI, Covidien-NMC Trading, and Decumed.

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