Wounds and Soft Tissue Injuries: Management of Soft Tissue Injury
Royal College of Surgeons
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Describe skin anatomy and histology, understand basic skin physiology and relate this to function
Describe the stages of wound healing and the local and systemic factors which can affect it Assess and classify soft tissue injuries
Describe the reconstructive ladder/tool box, recognise the potential merits of individual components. Be able to utilise the ladder to formulate a basic management plan
Demonstrate knowledge of wound complications and their management
Sahjogita Kathuria is Director Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance in Terumo India Pvt. Ltd.
In her previous experience, she worked with CR BARD, Sanofi Pasture, BAXTER and RANBAXY and has experience in medical devices, biologicals, vaccines and new drugs.
Sahjogita is a certified lead auditor for Medical Device Quality Management System ISO – 13485:2016 and a certified internal auditor ISO – 9001:2008.
Recently, she played a very important part in creating an exclusive forum for Japanese healthcare companies in India named Japan Medical Device Association in India (JMDAI).
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