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ESLD Annual Scientific Meeting 2010 – PROGRAMME – 19th EADV CONGRESS GOTHENBURG 2010 SS06 / Room H2 European Society for Laser Dermatology (ESLD) Wednesday, 6th Oct 2010, 09:00 - 13:00 Theme of Course: How to improve Laser and Light Source Treatments in Dermatology – Theoretical and Practical Progress Learning Objectives Following this meeting the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the past and present theoretical basis of modern laser dermatology 2. Have knowledge of progressive evolution of laser and polychromatic light treatments presently 3. Choose the appropriate photo-thermal strategies to effectively treat commonly encountered problems in a modern dermatological-surgical practice Description This meeting will help attendees update their knowledge in photo-thermal treatments presently used in modern dermatologic surgery. Their evaluation and management of patients affected by dermatological problems suitable to be treated by lasers and polychromatic light sources will be positively influenced by presentations on treatment strategies using old and new approaches. Knowledge of basic laser and polychromatic light principles as well as their technical evolution will be of great help in taking full advantage of this teaching experience. Practical evaluations and management tips will be discussed by chair persons at the end of each main session. This meeting is addressed to the practicing clinician with specific interests in dermatological laser treatments. _____________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, 6th Oct 2010 ESLD Annual Scientific Meeting • Parts A - D - open to all EADV Congress participants - A. Vascular & Pigmented Lesions, Warts, Scars 09:00 - 09:50 10 min. presentations + 2 min. discussion Chair Persons: Klaus Fritz, Moshe Lapidoth, Maurice Adatto
A1. More about the treatment of hemangiomas with propranolol and laser
A2. Resurfacing in darker skin – Is it possible? – Ashraf Badawi, Egypt A3. Treating pigmented lesions in skin of colour – Mukta Sachdev, India A4. Fractional radiofrequency treatment of acne scars – Klaus Fritz, Germany B. Body Shaping and Skin Tightening: efficacy, combined approaches, complications 09:50 - 11:00 10 min. presentations + 4 min. discussion Chair Persons: Agneta Troilius, Michael Gold B1. Ultrasound hair removal – Sean Lanigan, UK B2. Does it work with striae? – Michael Drosner, Germany B3. Body sculpting by non-invasive devices: The result of two new clinical studies B4. Laser liposuction: tips and tricks – Michael Gold, USA B5. Advancement in focal body shaping – Shlomit Halachmi, Israel 11:00 - 11:15 – Break – C. What’s New in Photons and Electro-Optical Devices? 11:15 - 12:00 13 min. presentations + 2 min. discussion Chair Persons: Peter Bjerring, Leonardo Marini, Dieter Manstein C1. What’s new above the horizon? – Peter Bjerring, Denmark C2. Update: drug delivery and lasers – Merete Haedersdal, Denmark C3. Energy based devices and pharmaceuticals – some thoughts 8 min. presentations + 2 min. discussion Chair Persons: Michael Drosner, Mukta Sachdev, Ashraf Badawi D1. Patients with DLE and sarcoidosis, treated with PDL – a follow-up D2. Laser treatments of scars – Issa Alziyoud, Jordan D3. Treatment of Hori’s nevus – Yong-Kwang Tay, Singapore D4. Laser-PDT Combined treatment of persistent warts – Leonardo Marini, Italy Final remarks – ESLD and the future – Klaus Fritz, Germany 5-Continent-Congress 2011 – Maurice Adatto, Switzerland


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Meeting September 15, 2011 Squamish Trails Society Squamish Arts Council Building Cleveland Avenue, Squamish BC Members in Attendance: Bob Brant, Vic Drought, Matt Parker, Yasmin Jodrey , Don Lawrence, Penny Wilmot, Nan Tandrup, Stephane Perron, Heather Evans Guests : David Greenfield (Sea to Sky Gondola Project – Ground Effects) Meeting was brought to order at 7:12 pm.

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