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Saturday, March 30

Abstract session (Non-CME)

Four Seasons Ballroom 4 

Presenter Disclosures

Non-CME Clinical Applications - Cutaneous


Participants This session is for all health care practitioners, engineers, scientists, or any interested individuals working with lasers and energy-based devices. All heath care personnel will benefit by learning how to maximize results of treatment of cutaneous conditions while minimizing complications.

Background Requirements Participants with a basic understanding of skin biology and physics will derive maximal benefit from the presentations, however, all meeting attendees are welcome to attend and contribute.

Educational Needs/Expected Learning Objectives This session will explore the use of lasers and energy-based devices to treat a wide spectrum of cutaneous conditions. Controlled studies demonstrating objective evidence in support of new devices and new uses of established devices will be presented. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in discussion of the presented data. Updating current knowledge on the use of energy-based devices as well as maximizing results and minimizing complications will be a prime objective of this session.

Sub-Topics

  • Fat/Body Contouring
Section Chairs
Jennifer Y. Lin, MD Lin-Jennifer-Y-Thumb Christopher B. Zachary, MBBS, FRCP  Zachary-Christopher-B-Thumb
  • An Important Notice Regarding Non-CME Content

    Dear Attendees,

    The ASLMS has designated certain educational activities as Non-CME. This is due to identified faculty/author financial relationships with ACCME defined commercial interests. Unfortunately, these disclosed conflict of interest (COI) disclosures cannot be "resolved " per ACCME regulations.

    While these educational offerings remain part of the ASLMS 2019 Annual Conference program, they have been designated as separate “Non-CME” sessions and content.

    Please understand that a “Non-CME” designation does not invalidate the quality education provided to learners. ASLMS applies the same vetting and quality review processes for the content presented in its programming. ASLMS simply needs to comply with ACCME regulations as an accredited CME provider. The “Non-CME” designation allows us to provide quality content to our learners and continue to function as an ACCME-Accredited provider.

    Thank you for your understanding and for your support of our educational mission. 

    Raymond J. Lanzafame, MD, MBA, FACS

    ASLMS Director of CME

 

Time 
TITLE - PRESENTING AUTHOR
Fat/Body Contouring
5:13 PM - 5:18 PM THE EFFECT OF REPEAT CRYOLIPOLYSIS TREATMENTS ON THE FLANKS Roy G. Geronemus | Laser & Skin Surgery Center New York, New York, NY
5:19 PM - 5:24 PM CLINICAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE NON-INVASIVE 1060nm DIODE LASER IN COMBINATION WITH A NON-INVASIVE RADIOFREQUENCY DEVICE FOR THE TREATMENT OF THE SUBMENTAL, ABDOMINAL OR FLANK AREA TO ADDRESS ADIPOSITY AND LAXITY Raminder K. Saluja | Saluja Cosmetic and Laser Center, Huntersville, NC
5:25 PM - 5:30 PM Conclusion - Jennifer Y. Lin, Christopher B. Zachary 

♦ Early Career Presenter | ✈ ASLMS Educational Grant Recipient
For full abstract author information, please refer to our mobile app.
Schedule and rooms subject to change without notice.

The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery is the world’s largest scientific organization dedicated to promoting research, education and high standards of clinical care in the field of medical laser applications. It provides a forum for the exchange of scientific information and participation in communicating the latest developments in laser medicine and surgery to clinicians, research investigators, government and regulatory agencies, and the public.

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