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Scientific Abstract Presentations: Research and Technology Session 5 Sun, Oct 31 4:30-6:00 p.m. EDT


Program

Subject to change

4:30 PM

4S-Starpeg Crosslinked Collagen Hydrogels Promotes iPSC-Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Extracellular Matrix Remodel Capability Via Matrix Metalloproteinase-9

4:35 PM

The Online Landscape of Transgender Surgery

4:40 PM

Feasibility of Smartphone Dictation Speech-to-Text to Assess Speech Intelligibility

4:45 PM

Coping and Recovery in Surgical Residents after Adverse Events: The Second Victim Phenomenon

4:50 PM

Discussion

4:55 PM

The Plastic Surgery in-Service Training Exam – an in-Depth Reference Analysis

5:00 PM

Essential Elements of Surgeon Communication Impacting Patient Satisfaction: A Systematic Review

5:05 PM

A Solution to Poorly Tolerated Lower Limb Amputations: Osseointegrated Prostheses Prove Cost Effective in the United States

5:10 PM

Discussion

5:15 PM

A Global Meta-Analysis of Myofascial Flap Use and Complications Following Tethered Cord Release

5:20 PM

Implementation and Utilization of a 3D Printed Hand Surgical Simulator for Surgery Residency Education

5:25 PM

3D Transglutaminase Fibronectin Hydrogel Therapy for Healing of Chronic Irradiated Porcine Skin Wounds

5:30 PM

Topical Antibiotic Elution in a Collagen Rich Hydrogel for Healing of Infected Wounds

5:35 PM

Discussion

5:40 PM

Same-Day Virtual Reality Surgical Planning and Intraoperative Navigation: A New Surgical Workflow for Craniofacial Trauma and Reconstruction

5:45 PM

How to Map All Your Flap Perforators in 2 Minutes

5:50 PM

Post-Operative Detection of Free Flap Congestion in a Fitzpatrick Skin Type VI Patient Using the Flir Thermal Imaging Camera: A Case Report and Literature Review


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Designation: The ASPS designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.