Dr. William Li, President and Medical Director of the Angiogenesis Foundation, gave the keynote address at the 2015 American Professional Wound Care Association (APWCA) National Clinical Conference, in Philadelphia, PA. The keynote, “Essential Imaging in Limb Preservations: Visualizing Angiogenesis,” sheds light on this year’s theme: Upgrade to First Class Care, and explores the interconnections of the fields of wound care and angiogenesis. Dr. Li’s keynote highlighted technology breakthroughs in imaging that help doctors visualize the blood vessels required for wound healing, and discussed how this allows wound care providers to better monitor the progress of healing.

The APWCA event is taking place March 25 –29 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. APWCA is a unique nonprofit organization created to foster collaboration from multiple medical specialties involved in treating complex wounds. It conducts seminars and conferences in order to bring these fields together and facilitate an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to wound care. The Association provides a platform for relevant and imperative education, and it strives to help patients receive the highest quality care in a cost-effective manner.

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