Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 12th Global Dermatologists Congress London, UK.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Zoran Zgaljardic

Center for aesthetic surgery, Croatia

Keynote: Combination of technology and chemical peels in facial rejuvination

Time : 10:00-10:40

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Biography:

Zoran Žgaljardić is a Maxillofacial Surgery Consultant, Head and Neck Plastic Surgery Consultant and General Cosmetic Surgeon. He is the Board Member of Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Croatian representative in International Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and EUSAS board (European Society of Aesthetic Surgery). He is also one of the Co-founders of World Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He is Pioneer in laser liposuction and invited speaker in workshops in lasers lipolysis.

Abstract:

Skin resurfacing can be done with different procedures like fractional CO2 laser, Rf sublative or different chemical peelings. The final goal is to have better skin texture with minimal downtime. The idea of this technique is to open micro holes in epidermal structure with micro sublative RF (radiofrequency) energy and allow chemical structure to penetrate to the deeper skin layers without damaging the superficial epidermal layer. With this technique skin redness is reduced and there is minimal downtime and the effect can be compared with deeper peeling. The technique is safe and the result is long lasting. Synergic bio-modulation effect of chemical peeling and RF energy gives us better and faster final result with reasonable downtime.

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Biography:

Amir Feily is a Dermatologist and Researcher at Skin and Stem Cell research Center of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran and Department of Dermatology of Jahrom University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Abstract:

Hair restoration is a safe procedure and most of its associated complications are preventable by the surgeon and/or the patient. Recipient area necrosis is rare, but arises when an increased number of recipient grafts are utilized and de-vascularization of the scalp occurs. The aim of this study was to investigate and compare all cases and pictures reported in main search engines and Iranian centers of hair transplant to find the dangerous zone of necrosis and to provide a new method for prevention of necrosis. Pictorial analysis of this study revealed that the majority of necrosis (14 of 18) occurs in central region of the scalp and is inclined, particularly, to the right parietal aspect of the scalp. Accord­ingly, a case series was done and a new method for prevention of scalp necrosis even in dense packing transplantation was discussed. Also in another case series, we described our experience in harvesting more than usual with lessen scaring in follicular unit extraction (FUE).

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Biography:

Hideo Nakayama was the Chief Dermatologist at Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital from 1970 to 1995. He was the Visiting Lecturer of Keio University, School of Medicine from 1973 to 1995, Chief Dermatologist and Allergologist at Nakayama Dermatology Clinic from 1995 to 2015. He has graduated from Keio University, School of Medicine in 1961. Currently, he is the Advisor Doctor in Meguro Chen Dermatology Clinic (Tokyo). He has discovered new allergens, such as palladium, benzyl salicylate, R-219 (D&C R-31), ylang-ylang oil, etc., and developed new treatment systems by allergen control with pigmented cosmetic dermatitis, textile dermatitis, dental metal allergy and atopic dermatitis

Abstract:

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is not easy to cure when it is severe and exacerbation occurs frequently. Evidence of its main causation has been accumulated that more than 70% is due to house dust mite (HDM) allergy, based on the results of IgE radioallergosorbent test (RAST), patch test of HDM, mite fauna investigation of patients’ homes and finally, the remarkable effect of the elimination of HDM, i.e., environmental improvement. Historically important data which has not been known outside of Japan, recent results of environmental improvement are reported, and the recognition of HDM allergy as well as action of environmental improvement are considered as important for the treatment of severe and intractable cases of AD

Keynote Forum

Hana Zelenková

DOST Svidník, Slovakia

Keynote: Maximum efficient treatment of haemangiomas in infants
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Biography:

Hana Zelenková has been active in the field of Dermatovenerology since 1973. Since 2000 she has been directing her own Private Clinic of Dermatovenereology. Professional orientation: aesthetic dermatology, acne and facial dermatoses, medicinal mycology (nail diseases), wound management, psoriasis, employment of Ichthyol and carboxytherapy  in dermatology. She is a coordinator of many international multicentre trials. More than 555 expert lectures in the Slovak Republic as well as abroad, 440 scientific publications. Co-author of the dermatocosmetic formulae containing Ichthamol and glycyrrhizinic acid. Author of the book “Carboxytherapy” (2015), translated into 4 languages. Regularly invited to deliver lectures at international congresses. Founder and President of the Slovak Society for Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dermatology (SSEDK), organizer and President of the traditional international DERMAPARTY congress. Since 2006 Vice-President European Society of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dermatology, since 2007 President of the European Society of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dermatology

Abstract:

Haemangiomas are benign vascular tumours composed of an increased number of unique endothelial cells that line blood vessels. We distinguish between single capillary haemangiomas and haemangiomatosis, defined as multiple haemangiomas that may occur anywhere on the skin or mucous membranes. Haemangioma may occur in any location supplied with blood vessels (skin, internal organs, and bones). Capillary haemangiomas appear on skin or mucous membranes supplied through capillaries with a very small internal diameter. Haemangiomas affecting internal organs (liver, kidneys, brain, spleen or the lungs) are usually detected accidentally. The size of haemangioma, especially on the skin, ranges from millimetres to several centimetres, forming a bright red or bluish-red lesion.

Haemangiomas are the most common benign tumours in infants, appearing in 3% of new-borns, usually affecting the face – the nose, the lips, the eyelids or the genitalia  (labia minor, clitoris, scrotum), and they have to be considered urgent conditions requiring an adequate treatment. An extraordinarily elegant and safe treatment with excellent results, practically without undesired effects is the oral administration of the beta-blocker propranolol. After the initial examination, the administration requires the cooperation of a dermatologist, a paediatrician, and a cardiologist. We are going to present the cases of our patients before and after six months of therapy with propranolol with an excellent effect on various localities on the skin

  • Dermatology: Therapies and Advances | Dermatological Diseases | Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Dermatology | Hair Care
Location: Bleriot 2
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Chair

Hana Zelenkova

DOST Svidnk, Slovakia

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Co-Chair

Zoran Zgaljardic

Center for aesthetic surgery, Croatia

Speaker
Biography:

Zhiqi Hu, PhD., MD., Professor, Archiater, Director of the department of plastic and aesthetic surgery, NanFang hospital, Southern Medical University, Guangdong, China. He obtained the doctorate in plastic surgery of Sun yat-sen Medical University in 1993. He was studying in Japan for one year in 2003. He is devoted to the basic and clinical research of hair medicine. He has made a lot of contribution in hair follicle transplantation and hair follicle regeneration research and have published more than 20 papers about hair medicine in foreign magazines registered by the SCI. At present, he is the vice president of cosmetic and plastic surgeon branch, Chinese Medical Doctor Association. Director of the hair plastic professional committee, cosmetic and clastic surgeon branch, Chinese Medical Doctor Association. Director of the plastic surgeon branch, Medical Doctor Association of Guangdong province.

Abstract:

Yong Miao

Nan-Fang Hospital, China

Title: Treatment of alopecia with FUE
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Biography:

Yong Miao, PhD., MD., Attending physician of the department of plastic and aesthetic surgery, NanFang hospital, Southern Medical University, Guangdong, China. He is devoted to the basic and clinical research of hair medicine since 2007. As the first author, he has published 17 research papers about hair medicine, among which, 7 had been published in foreign magazines registered by the SCI, 10 had been published in the domestic medicine core journal magazine in China.

At present, he is the secretary and member of the hair plastic professional committee, cosmetic and clastic surgeon branch, Chinese Medical Doctor Association

Abstract:

Maryam Borumand

YouGlo, UK

Title: Mona Lisa Dermal Filler

Time : 14:30:15:00

Speaker
Biography:

Maryam Borumand is an advanced Aesthetics Practitioner who has specialization in Non-surgical treatments. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science from Kings’ College London, a PhD in Biochemistry from University of East Anglia, and a Post-graduate Diploma in Physician Associate Studies from University of Birmingham. She is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and is part of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Procedural Dermatology. Since 2010, she worked in General Practice for over an year and then at a number of clinical research organizations, before setting up her aesthetics business, YouGlo, UK

Abstract:

Since its establishment in 2004, GENOSS has put enormous efforts to become the world’s leading medical device company. The primary mission set forth by GENOSS is to focus on delivering treatment solutions and promoting the well-being of its consumers and patients. GENOSS strives to prepare for a big leap forward into the endless competition of the world’s biotechnology market through its technical innovation. With a considerable portion of sales being spent on Research & Development, and supported by a group of immensely experienced and talented R&D professionals, GENOSS has demonstrated a strong commitment to R&D and to manufacture products with world-beating quality. In addition, GENOSS strictly fulfills and complies with the international quality regulations, including KGMP, ISO 13485 and ISO 9001. Furthermore, the CE mark and the FDA approval on each product confirm its conformity with all of the legal requirements. Mona Lisa dermal filler is new innovative filler with the following properties: 1. Volume effect and retention - the uniform sized hyaluronic acid particles with optimal viscoelasticity can maintain a long-lasting volume. 2. Safe to use on patients – Mona Lisa is safe to use on patients due to low level of endotoxin and essentially no BDDE residue. 3. Easy procedural operation - the ergonomically-designed rod and grip allow the even distribution of pressure during injection to enable an accurate and safe treatment for both the clinician and the patient. 4. Highly pure hyaluronic acid-GENOSS implements a strict quality control system through direct involvement in the entire production process from the base material of hyaluronic acid to the final product. 5. Global standard quality control - To guarantee the quality of Mona Lisa, GENOSS strictly fulfills and complies with the international quality regulations, including KGMP, ISO 13485 and ISO 9001

Evelina Buinauskaite

Helgeland Hospital , Norway

Title: Lesions on the dark skin
Speaker
Biography:

Evelina Buinauskaite graduated from Kaunas University of Medicine in 2005 and has been excelling in her field. In 2009, she successfully obtained a dermatovenereologist qualification followed by a PhD in biomedicine in 2014. Her international based learning resulted in her co-writing numerous national and international presentations, research, articles and books. She is an EADV Alumni Club member, board member of the BADV and a proud member of various representative organisations. The experience gained during her time volunteering in the United Republic of Tanzania brought her a recognition for Excellent Case presentation in 2016 from Austria. Her main fields of interest are nonmelanoma skin cancer and research.

 

Abstract:

Human skin color is variable around the world and ranges from almost black to nearly colorless. Studies have revealed that the differences between the skin of whites and blacks extend well beyond the degree of melanin pigmentation. For example, the structural differences include the skin thickness, water content and lipids. Darker skins may have an inherent tendency to show particular reaction patterns that are different from those seen in white skin. Taking one with another, lesions on different skin hues may also look differently, eg. red or brown lesions in white skin may appear black or purple in pigmented skin. If you mainly studied lesions on the white skin, diagnosing lesions on the dark skin can be of a challenge.

Speaker
Biography:

Uzma Rajar is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Section of Dermatology at Isra University Hospital Hyderabad. She holds a MBBS degree from Liaquat University of Medical & Health Science, a Liaquat University of Medical & Health Science, D.D.Sc in Dermatology from University of Wales (U.K), and a M.Sc in Dermatology from Cardiff University. She has done her internship in the Dermatology Department at LUMHS Hospital

Abstract:

Background: Skin hyperpigmentation lesions are of multiple types and include; melasma, solar lentigines, nevi, macules, café-au-lait spots, and ephelides (freckles), etc. Post inflammatory hyperpigmentation also occurs in conditions such as surgical trauma, physical trauma, acne, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, lichen planus, psoriasis, drug eruptions, and etc. During clinical approach to skin hyperpigmentation, one must considers about an increase in melanocytes, increase in melanin pigment production, and/or some other pigment, endogenous or exogenous, which is being deposited in skin.

Aim: Aim of this study is to evaluate clinical presentation of melasma with other hyperpigmentory disorders of skin and; to compare histopathological features of melasma with other hyperpigmentory disorders of skin.

Subjects & Methods: A Prospective, observational study was conducted at the outpatient department of Dermatology Department Isra University Hospital Hyderabad from July 2014 - December 2014. A sample of 87 subjects was selected according to non-probability simple random sampling as per inclusion and exclusion criteria including 43 melasma and 44 other skin hyperpigmentory disorders. Detailed clinical examination was performed prior to the biopsy to mark the biopsy site. Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs were stopped at least 5 days before biopsy. A single strand or in some cases >one punch biopsies of skin were obtained and sent for histopathological evaluation. All the clinical and histological data were entered in proforma designed for the study. Collected data was analyzed on SPSS version 21.0. (IBM, corporation, USA) P-value of significance was taken at 0.05.

Results: Mean±SD age of study subjects was noted as 39.51± 9.32 and 39.50± 9.21 years in melasma and other skin hyperpigmentory disorders respectively. Female population predominated in the present study. 37 (42.5%) were male and 49 (56.3%) were female. Common presenting features were the hyperpigmentation, skin peeling, itching, erythema and telangiectasia. Hyperpigmentaion, itching and erythema were the common presenting complaints. Telangiectasia was noted in 3 male in melasma and 1 female in other skin hyperpigmentory disorders. Of 43 melasma patients (Group A), the hyperkeratosis was noted in 3 male patients only (X2=48, p=0.0001). Parakeratosis and acanthosis were noted in female melasma patients. While hyperkeratosis, parakeratosis and acanthosis were noted in female patients of other hyperpigmentory disorders (Group B) (X2=38, p=0.0001).

Conclusion: Common presenting features were the hyperpigmentation, skin peeling, itching, erythema and telangiectasia in melasma and other hyperpigmentory lesions. Hyperpigmentaion, itching and erythema were the common presenting complaints. Telangiectasia was noted also. Histopathological findings suggested no major differences in the melasma and other hyperpigmentory disorders

Speaker
Biography:

Fadel M Ali, Professor of Radiation and Medical Biophysics Cairo University, BSC Physics, Cairo University 1957. PhD, Nuclear Physics 1961 Hungarian Academy of science, Budapest. He has 232 published articles in the fields of Nuclear Physics, Radiation dosimetry and Biophysics. His main scientific interest in the past 30 years is the control of cellular functions by ELF-EM waves at resonance frequency with the target physiological function. In 1998 he suggested the Metabolic Biomagnetic Resonance Model (MBMRM) to explain the interaction mechanisms of EM waves with Biological systems (International Conference for theoretical Biophysics Moscow 1998). He suggested new spectroscopy field “Metabolic Spectroscopy” to explain and control interaction mechanisms of ELF-EM waves with alive systems (9th EMF International conference on Bioelectromagnetics, Garni, Armenia 2016).

Abstract:

Skin infections represent a significant burden of infection diseases. Complicated skin infections characteristically involve deeper skin structures or coexist in patients with immune suppression, infected burns, ulcer wounds and diabetic foot infection. These infections are likely to be poly- microbial. There is a world midst of an immerging crisis of antibiotic resistance for microbial pathogens. Therefore it seems necessary to find out other alternative safe and efficient methods for the treatment microbial infection diseases.

In this work a new noninvasive technique, using extremely low frequency (ELF) square electric pulses for the treatment of bacterial infected skin diseases. The frequency and duration time of exposure of these pulses were chosen depending on the resonance inhibiting frequency for the growth of the infecting bacteria according to previous reported in vitro and in vivo studies. The trial was expanded to diabetic foot treatment through clinical trial project with the Egyptian Ministry of Health and supported by the Egyptian Ministry of Defense. The trial was done at Almaza Military Hospital in Cairo , Egypt.

In this method the subject is exposed to the ELF-EM field of strength 2.0 V/CM generated between two parallel copper plate electrodes connected to the pulse generator. The distance between the two electrodes is 150 cm. The exposure time and number of sits depend on the type/s of the infecting micro organism and the treated case condition. The clinical trial covered 100 patients.

Clinical investigations indicated no growth for bacteria and accelerates healing of the infected area after exposure for all ELF-EM treated cases.

Speaker
Biography:

Mostafa Elnakib, MD Microbiology and immunology, consultant of infection prevention control. Member of clinical trial team for assessment of the Non-Invasive (ELF-EM) waves technique, for accelerating healing of infected burns, to create new pathways for improving healthcare after years of working in research. This approach is important to change the policy of bacterial skin infection in different lesions and make a great benefit to all health care workers by this new way of treatment to alleviate the suffering of patients and give them hope in rapidly healing.

Abstract:

The skin, one of the largest organs in the body, performs numerous vital functions, provides primary protection against infection by acting as a physical barrier. When this barrier is damaged, pathogens can directly infiltrate the body, resulting in infection. The numerous pathogens that infect the wound either Gram positive, Gram negative or Fungi. These pathogens are notable for their increasing resistance to a broad array of antimicrobial agents. The Aim of this study was to demonstrate a new method for the control of bacterial growth, through ELF-EM pulses at resonance frequency with the bioelectric signals generated from the microbe during cell division. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: Patients will be screened for fulfillment of the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Medical history, physical examination, Local and systemic signs and symptoms of infection, wound description and vital signs were evaluated. Bacteriological assessment as a swab was collected from infected site(s) before and after each session, for culture and identification of the causative pathogen, without the patient received antibiotic regimen. Patient was exposed to one session every other day till complete eradication of causative pathogen of the infection with an average of four exposure sessions, duration of each session depends on the causative organisms. Findings: it was noticed and reported that the exposure of the infected burns, not only accelerating healing but also, accelerated bio-compatibility in cases of grafting.   Conclusions: the resonance frequency of ELF-EM waves that inhibit bacterial growth is a promising method for the treatment of infected burn.

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Biography:

Mohamed Salaheldin has specialized in internal medicine after being involved in research work related to neuro-vascular, dermatologic and pathological complications of endocrinal disease, He is also interested in contemporary Bio-Physical techniques adding new input in research work related to infection control during his experience in Egyptian military hospitals and research institutes to participate as a member in the team of the clinical trial to assess the role of ELF-EM waves in controlling skin infection and wound infection in type 2 Diabetes patients

Abstract:

Sensory neuropathy, atherosclerotic vascular disease, and hyperglycemia all predispose patients with diabetes to skin and soft tissue infections. These can affect any skin surface but most commonly involve the feet, these infections span the spectrum from simple, superficial cellulitis to chronic osteomyelitis. The Aim of this study was to demonstrate a new method for the control of bacterial growth, through the interference with the bioelectric signals generated from the microbe during cell division by extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves (ELF-EMW-ELF-EM) at resonance frequency. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: Patients will be screened for fulfillment of the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Medical history, physical examination, Local and systemic signs and symptoms of infection, wound description and vital signs were evaluated. Bacteriological assessment as a swab was collected from infected site before and after each session, for culture and identification of the causative pathogen, without the patient received antibiotic regimen. Patient was exposed to one session every other day till complete eradication of causative pathogen of the infection with maximum exposure 12 sessions, duration of each session depends on the causative organisms. Findings: the bacteriological cultures revealed no growth for microorganisms by the end of sessions.   Conclusions: the resonance frequency of ELF-EM waves that inhibit bacterial growth is a promising method for the treatment of skin infection in diabetic patients. Significance and impact of the study: This new technique for treatment of bacterial infections is proved to be fast, economic, non-invasive applicable technique in treatment of type2 DM

Speaker
Biography:

Mostafa Abohatab is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, As he spent years in research related to surgical complications of skin grafting, control of infected surgical wounds; it is a good chance to participate as a member in the team of the clinical trial to assess the role of ELF-EM waves in accelerating healing in infected and non-healing surgical wounds

Abstract:

Healing is a complex cascade of cellular events that generates resurfacing, reconstitution, and restoration of the tensile strength of injured skin. Factors that contribute to non-healing chronic wounds are diabetes, venous or arterial disease, infection, and metabolic deficiencies of old age. The wound healing process is not only complex but also fragile. Wound care encourages and speeds wound healing via cleaning and protection from re-injury or infection. Adequate control of blood glucose levels plays a crucial role in diabetic healing wound. The Aim of this study was to demonstrate a new method for enhancement wound healing process, through extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves (ELF-EMW-ELF-EM) at 0.7 HZ. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: Patients will be screened for fulfillment of the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Medical history, physical examination, Local and systemic signs and symptoms of infection, wound (infected/ clean) description and vital signs were evaluated. Bacteriological assessment as a swab was collected from infected site(s) before and after each session, for culture and identification of the causative pathogen, without the patient received antibiotic regimen. Patient was exposed to one session every other day till complete eradication of causative pathogen of the infection. Findings: in infected wound, the bacteriological cultures revealed no growth for microorganisms by the end of sessions, and then healing process monitoring was measured as well as in a clean wound.   Conclusions: the resonance frequency of ELF-EM waves that inhibit bacterial growth will be promising method for the wound healing process. Significance of the study: This new non-invasive technique for treatment of bacterial infections and wound healing is of considerable interest for the use in medical and chronic non-healing wounds.