EB and Biofilm: is there a connection?
Epidermolysis bullosa, or EB, is the name of a group of rare, inherited skin conditions that result in easy blistering of the skin and mucous membranes. A recent study conducted by webinar hosts Sharon Cassidy and Matthew Malone has explored the possible connections between EB and biofilms.
This March 11th webinar discusses the results of this collaborative study, examining how biofilms seem to affect EB wound treatment. The webinar also covers:
- An overview of EB and associated wounds
- An overview of biofilm and the impact on human health
- Why biofilms are so tolerant
- EB wound treatment options
Director of Research, South Western Sydney Limb Preservation and Wound Research Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University
EB Clinical Nurse Specialist, awarded the NZ Nurses Association Flora Cameron Award, member of the New Zealand Nurses Association, New Zealand Childrens & Young Person’s of Aotearoa, New Zealand Wound Care Society and Australia New Zealand Burns Association
Thursday 11 March 10:00 AM CET