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-1st Brazilian Consensus Symposium on infiltration implants-

On August 20, 2016, Dr. Roberto Chacur was in Porto Alegre among the speakers of the 1st Brazilian Consensus Symposium on infiltration implants. The event will discuss the best ways to use polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) in cosmetic and repair procedures.

The meeting began with the debate to develop a national consensus to standardize the medical application of PMMA. For this, the study coordinated by Dr. Túlio Souza was used as the basis, which brought together the clinical experience of 36 doctors of different specialties.

Through more than ten years of experience in the application of PMMA, professionals have attended almost 90,000 cases of infiltrative implants, from which it is possible to extract enough knowledge to guide the technique.

Among those present was the German plastic surgeon Gottfried Lemperle, the father of the use of PMMA for tissue augmentation. The product is launched by the FDA, the US health agency. UU. And also for the Brazilian Health Surveillance (ANVISA), but it still lacks parameters that establish the purpose and frequency of the implants, the criteria for choosing materials and equipment, the volumes applied. , anesthetic options, replacements and complications.

 

See what happened at the   1st Brazilian Consensus Symposium on infiltration implants  , see the program of the event:

TABLE 1
Nominations

Reconstructive
lipodystrophy in HIV +
Other traumatic diseases and injuries

Facial aesthetics : areas of application, plans, concentrations and volumes
Body: areas of application, plans, concentrations and volumes

TABLE 2
Contraindications
When not to perform?
Absolute and relative contraindications
Material concurrence

TABLE 3
Materials
Quality of materials
Selection criteria
Importance of rigors in manufacturing and sales

TABLE 4
Complications
National statistics
Pathophysiology of the most common complications
How to avoid them?