Current Topics in the School of Medicine
Presented by Expert Faculty
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Recent Advances in Understanding and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
Presented by George T. Grossberg, M.D.
Saint Louis University’s Audacious Attack on the Opioid Epidemic
Presented by Fred W. Rottnek, M.D., MAHCM
Saint Louis University Clinical Experience Using the MatriStem UMB Wound Healing Device
Presented by Bruce A. Kraemer, M.D., F.A.C.S and Alexander Y. Lin, MD, F.A.C.S
- Review recent research in Alzheimer's Disease
Review implications for diagnosis and management
Discuss the elements of SLU’s Center for Substance Use Disorder and Pain Management
Identify a specific way to support SLU School of Medicine's efforts to promote responsible opioid use and evidence-based prescribing patterns
Integrate prevention, treatment and/or recovery services into their practices or into their referral patterns
Recognize the difference between M1 & M2 macrophage directed wound healing
Interpret wound healing results in the context of site-specific constructive remodeling
Recognize the healing potential of the newer extracellular matrix (ECM) wound healing devices
Recognize how the needs of wounds managed with the ECM wound devices differ from standard would care therapies and treatment.
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