eadv 2019 madrid

Expanding Global Hyperhidrosis Awareness, Best Practices & Collaboration

Whether you’re a dermatologist, dermatology resident, medical student interested in dermatology, dermatology nurse, or invested member of industry, we’re looking forward to seeing you in Madrid, Spain, for the 28th Annual European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) Congress. This pivotal event will bring together 12,000 dermatology professionals from 100 countries for more than 180 educational sessions with 750 lecturers. 

As part of our mission to increase hyperhidrosis (Hh) awareness around the world, to further relationships with Hh researchers and innovators across borders, and to continue to exchange information, ideas and practices globally that raise the bar in Hh care, the International Hyperhidrosis Society will have a multi-pronged initiative at this year’s EADV. Here’s how to find us (and follow us) in Madrid:

The International Hyperhidrosis Society will conduct a four-hour Subspecialty Society meeting on 9 October 2019 called: 

Hyperhidrosis: Comprehensive Review and Updates for

Best Practices and Optimized Outcomes. 

Don’t miss this event on Wednesday, 9 October, 9:00 - 13:00, in Room N107-108. Just 200 seats available – come early to make sure you get yours.

Talks will be presented by International Hyperhidrosis Society co-founders and Board of Directors members Dee Anna Glaser, MD, David M. Pariser, MD and Lisa J. Pieretti, MBA as well as Carl Swartling, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Medical Sciences, Dermatology and Venereology, Uppsala University, Sweden. Dr. Swartling has been treating hyperhidrosis patients for more than 20 years and is an expert in multifocal Hh, treating large areas with a combination of botulinum toxin type A and B, and more. Topics to be covered at our Subspecialty Society Meeting will include:

  • Defining and Diagnosing Hyperhidrosis: Differentiating Primary and Secondary Hyperhidrosis in a Step-Wise Approach
  • Understanding the Impact of Hyperhidrosis
  • Aluminum-Based Topical Therapies: OTC and Rx
  • Anticholinergic-Based Topical Therapy: The Newest Innovation
  • Botulinum Toxin Type A Injections for Axillary, Non-Axillary and Gustatory Hyperhidrosis: Techniques for Improved Efficacy
  • Axillary Microwave Thermolysis of Sweat Glands: Addressing Odor, Hair and Sweat
  • Axillary Liposuction, Micro Needling and Local Surgery
  • Treating Multifocal Hyperhidrosis and the Usefulness of Botulinum Toxin Type B as well as Type A and B Combinations
  • Iontophoresis: A Palmar and Plantar Option
  • Oral Medications: What and When to Use Them
  • Special Populations: Pediatric and Geriatric Patients
  • ETS Surgery: Option of Last Resort
  • Emerging Treatments: A Robust Pipeline

Patient Society Village

You can also find us at our booth in the EADV Patient Society Village at the entrance of Hall 09 of the IFEMA Congress Centre. In the village, we’ll discuss common interests and goals with opinion leaders as well as other patient organizations and we’d love to include you in our conversations. 

Other Relevant Lectures

What else is happening at the EADV in relation to excessive sweating? Join us at the following pertinent poster presentation and lectures:

Poster Presentation:

OP03.05 Limited Systemic Exposure with Topical Glycopyrronium Tosylate across multiple studies in Healthy Volunteers and Patients with Primary Axillary Hyperhidrosis with David M. Pariser, MD (11 October, 14:25-14:35)


  • Prevalence of Anxiety, depression and Attention Deficit Disorder in patients with Primary Hyperhidrosis (9 October, 16:45-17:00, Room N115-116)
  • Workshop on the use of botulinum toxin in cosmetic and medical dermatology (11 October, 08:30-16:30, Room N113-114)
  • Hyperhidrosis: Is it treatable? (11 October, 13:15-13:35, Room N103)

For more information on hyperhidrosis topics and lectures at the EADV (and at other key conferences around the world) visit the International Hyperhidrosis Society’s medical education page

Still need to register for the EADV? Click here.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to the donors who have made this educational envoy possible. We're working hard for you. 


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