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    Words of Welcome

    Chairman: Dr. Hasengschwandtner and Dr. Sattler

    The Speakers

    The Auditorium - Attendees from 12 countries

    The round table - discussion about scientific studies

    Talkings during the breaks

    Symposium program

    Chairman of the Symposium: Dr. Gerhard Sattler, Rosenparkklinik Darmstadt (D)

    8.30 a.m. Registration

    9.00 a.m. Words of Welcome
    Dr. Hasengschwandtner, Austria

    9.05 a.m. NETWORK-Lipolysis - Mission and Vision
    Dirk Brandl, Germany
    Speaker NETWORK-Lipolysis

    9.30 a.m. Report 1
    3 Years of Lipolysis Therapy

    Results based on experience
    Dr. Franz Hasengschwandtner, Austria

    10.00 a.m. Report 2
    Phosphatidylcholine - Evidenced Based Practice

    Dr. Ninian Peckitt, UK

    10.30 a.m. Coffee Break

    11.00 a.m. Report 3
    Combination Therapies for Facial Treatments

    Dr. Michael J. Weidmann, Germany

    11.30 a.m. Report 4
    Phophatidylcholine: What is known? Which additional investigations are required to establish the safety and efficacy of this potentially useful substance?

    Prantl L, MD, Co-Author Eisenmann-Klein M, MD, Germany
    Speaker: Dr. Engelbrecht, Germany

    12.00 a.m. Report 5
    Lipolysis of Lipomas with Phosphatidylcholin in Patients with Familial Multiple Lipomatosis: A Sonographically Controlled Evaluation

    Dr. Falk Bechara, Co-Author Dr. Klaus Hoffmann, Germany

    12.30 a.m. Report 6
    Double Blind Study Lipolysis for an FDA approval Insight into the actual situation

    Dr. Leroy Young, USA
    Speaker: Dr. Ninian Peckitt, UK

    1.00 p.m. Lunch

    2.00 p.m. Report 7
    Lipolysis Cellulite Treatment

    First Results on a Current Study
    Prof. Nor El-Din, Egypt

    2.30 p.m. Report 8
    Combination of Liposuction and Lipolysis – The Refinement of the Surgical Outcome by Modeling Injections

    Results of the NETWORK Research Group
    Dr. Georg Popp, Germany
    Speaker Research Group

    3.00 p.m. Report 9
    Liposuction – Lipolysis

    Advantages of Liposuction for special Treatments
    Dr. Gerhard Sattler, Germany

    3.30 p.m. Coffee Break

    4.00 p.m. Report 10
    Precision in Injection Lipolysis

    Diane Irvine Duncan M.D., FACS, USA
    Member of The Medical Advisory Board and Medical Representative NETWORK-Lipolysis USA
    Speaker: Dr. Franz Hasengschwandtner, Austria

    4.30 p.m. Report 11
    Lipolysis Report 2005

    Statistical Datas out of 12.000 Treatment Sessions
    Dr. Mark Palmer, UK
    Medical Representative NETWORK-Lipolysis UK and Member of the Directorial Board NETWORK-Globalhealth

    5.00 Round Table
    Possibilities of Research Coordination

    Dr. Hasengschwandtner (A), Dr. Sattler (D), Dr. Blunk (D), Dr. Bechara (D), Prof. Nor El-Din (EG), Moderation: Dirk Brandl, Speaker NETWORK-Lipolysis

    6.00 Words of Goodbye
    Ulrich Bunzek, Germany
    Speaker NETWORK-Lipolysis

    End of Part 1

    8.00 p.m. Festive Diner
    In Casual Clothing

    International Scientific Symposium on Injection-Lipolysis

    The first scientific symposium on the topic of injection lipolysis was held at the weekend in Vienna.

    An event with prominent names in the world of medicine and specifically devoted to scientific appraisal of the therapy known as injection lipolysis has just taken place in the Austrian capital. In numerous presentations, the symposium gave doctors and scientists the opportunity to report on the results of their research and studies to date. The purpose of the event, which was chaired by one of the fathers of liposuction, Dr. Gerhard Sattler of the Rosenpark Clinic in Darmstadt, was to update a select audience of physicians from all parts of the world on the latest status of research. The conference in Vienna was attended by doctors from 12 countries. The list of speakers was made up of leading researchers in the field of lipolysis, e.g. from the Universities of Cairo, Bochum and Regensburg, who reported on their studies and ongoing research projects.
    The symposium was also attended by renowned Austrian physicians in the field of aesthetic medicine, including Prof. Dr. Kokoschka of Vienna General Hospital, Dr. Kiprov of Vienna, and Dr. Sandhofer of Linz.

    One unanimous finding at the close of the discussion was that a great deal has happened since injection lipolysis set out from Austria on its conquest of Europe in the year 2003. While at that time the first users were viewed very critically, the continuous work of the NETWORK-Lipolysis, the organiser of the symposium, and its scientific and medical director, Dr. Franz Hasengschwandtner of Bad Leonfelden, has resulted in this gentle, minimal-invasive therapy becoming established among aesthetic physicians and acquiring high acceptance among the patients. There are now more than 750 certified doctors throughout the world using the method standardised by the NETWORK-Lipolysis. With the aid of the membership fees, the NETWORK supports studies and publications on lipolysis, and it provides doctors who wish to treat their patients responsibly with comprehensive training in performance of the therapy which is recognised and certified by the German medical registration boards (“Ärztekammern”), and hence ensures a high level of certainty and security for the NETWORK members and their patients alike. And not least deserving of mention is the compilation of anonymised data material on the patients who have undergone the treatment, which allows an up-to-date overview of the successes and limits of the therapy and demonstrates that injection lipolysis can well stand up to comparison with other forms of therapy, with around 2-3 sessions being necessary for a successful treatment outcome. Reduction of the circumference of the abdomen, for example, averages 6 cm. Other body regions that can be very successfully treated include the face, e.g. double chins. More than 92% of all patients who have undergone treatment are satisfied or highly satisfied with the result.

    Dirk Brandl
    Speaker NETWORK-Lipolysis




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