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Felipe Contoli Isoldi, MD, Ms

Physician - MD/DPM/DO
, Wound care and HBOT, Plastic Surgery
Felipe Contoli Isoldi's Background
Graduated in Medicine at the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp) - Escola Paulista de Medicina (EPM) in 2008; completed Medical Residency in General Surgery at Hospital Luzia de Pinho Melo HCLPM / SPDM - Unifesp in 2012; completed Medical Residency in Plastic Surgery at Unifesp - EPM in 2016. He served as didactic preceptor in the Residency Program in Plastic Surgery until March 2017. Master in Health Sciences by the Professional Master's Course in Science, Technology and Management Applied to Tissue Regeneration Unifesp. Currently, he is a PhD student at the Postgraduate Course in Translational Surgery. He is a collaborator and coordinator in the Pathological Scars Outpatient of the Plastic Surgery Division at Unifesp - EPM. Collaborator of the Support Group for Adolescents and Children with Cancer (GRAACC) - Pediatric Oncology Institute (IOP). He works as a plastic surgeon at Hospital Geral de Pedreira in assisting and teaching the medical residency in Plastic Surgery at Unifesp - EPM. Acts for teaching theoretical and practical classes to students in the 4th and 6th grades of the Medicine course at Unifesp - EPM. Operates in practical classes of small surgeries for students of the monitoring of the Discipline of Plastic Surgery of Unifesp - EPM. Plastic Surgery Coordinator at Hospital Luzia de Pinho Melo, since 2020.

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  • Principles of Wound Healing
    Understanding how wound healing occurs or why the process is impaired is essential. This topic reviews principles of wound healing and provides an update on wounds from various perspectives - economic, physiological and pathological. It includes an overview of the different wound types (e.g. acute and chronic, partial and full-thickness, etc), wound healing phases, pathophysiology of chronic wounds, biofilm, and pathological scarring.
  • The Skin
    This topic provides a practical overview of the main cell types and structures of each layer, including stem cells, appendages and nerves and their role in wound healing.
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