Programme

Wednesday 04 Sep

Programme Wednesday 4 September 2019

09:00

Registration

Interactive educational course: "Managing of typical burns"

12:00

Lunch

12:15

E-poster presentations

Plenary session

13:00

Where we are and where we are going

Tina Palmieri, USA

13:20

Engineering the Future-Skingineering

Martin Meuli, Switzerland

Opening Ceremony

13:45

Welcome

14:30

Rudi Hermans Lecture

Nancy Van Loey, The Netherlands

15:00

Coffee break

Session Surgery-Acute I

15:30

Interrupting the seams. The Principle of Preventive burn Reconstruction

Anthony Papp, Canada

15:55

Time to first excisional debridement: findings from the Burn Registry of Australia and New Zealand

Heather Cleland, Australia

16:05

Burns during pregnancy: a systematic review and a proposal for guideline

Manon Dijkerman, The Netherlands

16:15

NexoBrid enzymatic debridement – comparison between pediatric and adult clinical trial results

Yaron Shoham, Israel

16:25

Blood transfusions requirements in burn surgery

Ioana Tichil, Romania

16:35

Full-thickness versus glabrous split thickness skin grafts in paediatric contact burns of the palm: comparative analysis of functional and cosmetic outcomes

Julia Elrod, Switzerland

16:45

Establishment and effects of a method for wound repair in patients with extensive deep burns using fresh skin allografts and autologous micrograft

Chuanan Shen, China

Session Outcomes I

15:30

Decontamination or irrigation? Effect of initial irrigation on severity of eye burns - Comparison of two rinsing protocols based on a 30 years ran database

Daniel Uthoff, Germany

15:42

Epidemiology of fire-related injuries requiring inpatient care in Finland, 2002-2017

Kari Haikonen, Finland

15:54

Long-term outcome after renal replacement therapy in severe burns

Ilmari Rakkolainen, Finland

16:06

Long-term effects of burn injuries on morbidity and mortality: a systematic review

Anouk Pijpe, The Netherlands

16:18

Burns centres Outcomes Registry the Netherlands: evaluation of implementation and the first short term results

Tsjitkse Haanstra, The Netherlands

16:30

The long term results of the collagen–elastin matrix use in single-step wound closure technique of severe full-thickness facial burns in 12 children

Demircan Mehmet, Turkey

16:42

An applicable tool to compare workload among different burn centres

Islam Adelrahman, Sweden

Session PAM Nursing I

15:30

Participation of parents in paediatric wound care: a review of the literature

Alette de Jong, The Netherlands

15:41

Improved sedation during wound care in children with burns

Everd Hoekstra, The Netherlands

15:52

To see the dressings shrink- critical care nurses experiences with using diaries for burn patients

Siri Daltveit, Norway

16:03

Early Pressure Scar Therapy

Viviane Gut, Switzerland

16:14

Mechanical cleansing of a wound - video education

Soile Kalliomäki, Finland

16:25

Ultrasonic-assisted wound debridement in the treatment of complex wounds

Maria José Sanchez Garcia, Spain

16:36

The occurrence of itch after burns: Is there a need for medication?

Helma Hofland, The Netherlands

Session Woundhealing I

15:55

Exploring the mechanism of wound healing in rats of different ages using a simple burn model

Chuanan Shen, China

16:05

Topical steroid treatment for suppression of granulation tissue in burns: Results of a European survey

Yaron Shoham, Israel

16:15

Virtual reality as adjunctive therapy for acute pain in adults undergoing burn wound care

María Sonsoles Cepeda Diez, Spain

16:25

‘Off label use’ of MEPITEL ONE™. Managing fatty tissue after early excision of full thickness burns

Maria Petroulia, Greece

16:35

Validity of the FLIR ONE PRO thermography camera for measuring burn wound healing potential

Michelle Carière, The Netherlands

16:45

Implantation of collagen– elastin matrix under split-thickness skin graft on early excised burn bed increases the survival rate

Demircan Mehmet, Turkey

Session Basic Research I

15:30

Translation and implementation of research in burn treatment

Esther Middelkoop, The Netherlands

15:55

Pathogenesis of hypertrophic scar formation in children after thermal injury. Principles of diagnosis and treatment

Olga Filippova, Russia

16:05

Efficient isolation and high yield of epidermal cells from foreskin biopsies by dynamic trypsinization

Chuanan Shen, China

16:15

Optimizing delivery of uncultured keratinocytes by spraying keratinocytes in combination with a fibrin sealant

Jussi Valtonen, Finland

16:25

Erosive-Ulcerative lesions of gastrointestinal tract in burned patients

Andrey Alekseev, Russia

16:35

Leclercia adecarboxylata, not so rare in burned patients

Jasmine Bailey, United Kingdom

16:45

A study on changes of pancreas structure and function after severe burns and its mechanism

Chuanan Shen, China

18:00

Welcome reception

Thursday 05 Sep

Programme Thursday 5 September 2019

07:30

Registration

PAM Special Interest Session: Innovation and Client Centred Care (interactive)

08:00

HOME SWEET HOME ! The Importance of continued specialised rehabilitation within the community

K. Whiting, United Kingdom

Kate qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1984. Since then she has worked in various specialties in hospitals across the West Midlands. She has 28 years experience working in burns; the last 18 years working purely within children’s burns. Kate has 3 sons and enjoys cycling, swimming, scuba diving and salsa!

Whiting

Mrs. Kate Whiting

Birmingham Children's Hospital, United Kingdom

08:30

Title t.b.a.

M. van Veen, The Netherlands

09:00

Technological developments in psychological therapy - chances and limitations

A. Pittermann, Austria

Session Surgery-Acute II

08:00

Juan Barret

Microsurgery in Burns

08:25

Application of free laps in multidisciplinary surgical treatment of patients with subfascial deep burns

Sergei Shapovalo, Russia

08:35

Microvascular free tissue transfer in the management of acute high voltage electrical burns: The Vall d’Hebron University Hospital experience

Alejandra Monte Soldado, Spain

08:45

A Prospective Evaluation of Spray Keratinocytes and Cultured Keratinocytes to Treat Large TBSA Injuries

Rajiv Sood, USA

08:55

Transplantation of fresh scalp allograft in repairing extensive deep burn wounds in children

Chuanan She, China

09:05

Indeterminate depth burns: How important is Laser Doppler Imaging in the early decision making process for surgical intervention?

Stan Monstrey, Belgium

09:15

Penile skin for reconstruction of eyelids in acute major facial burns

Fergal Marlborough, United Kingdom

09:25

Cutaneous alkaline burns caused by household cleansers

Denis Vagner, Russia

09:35

Dermal substitute Matriderm® for defect coverage in exposed bradytrophic tissues after severe burn injury

Markus Öhlbauer, Germany

Session Anesthesia/Critical Care I

08:00

Procalcitonin kinetics after burn injury and burn surgery in septic and non-septic patients – a retrospective observational study

Gonçalo Tomé, Portugal

08:12

Ketamine-related sclerosing cholangitis in severe burns

Thomas Leclerc, France

08:24

A 5-year single-centre retrospective study of potential drug interactions in burns inpatients with psychiatric comorbidities

Majid Al-Khalil, United Kingdom

08:36

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for ARDS in burn patients

Mehran Dadras, Germany

08:48

Measuring Energy Expenditure using Ventilator derived VCO2 in severe Burns

Bas Mul. The Netherlands

09:00

Reliability of resting energy expenditure in major burns: comparison between measured and predictive equations

Dohern Kym, South Korea

09:12

Inhalation Injury protocol in Finnish National Burn Centre

Maarit Hult, Finland

Session Scar treatment

08:00

Title t.b.a.

Sophie Böttcher, Austria

08:25

Percutaneous Collagen Induction (microneedling) in non-atrophic scar management: literature review

Christos Iosifidis, United Kingdom

08:37

The Matching Assessment using Photographs with Scars (MAPS) App: Reliability testing

Tanja Klotz, Australia

08:49

Patient satisfaction regarding donor-site scars after skin graft harvesting: a prospective cohort study

Nine Legemate, The Netherlands

09:01

Development of the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale 3.0

Michelle Carrière, The Netherlands

09:13

A randomised placebo-controlled trial on the effects of shockwave-therapy in burn scars older than six months

Mieke Anthonissen, Belgium

09:25

Patient-reported scar quality of adults after burn injuries: A five-year multicenter follow-up study

Margriet van Baar, The Netherlands

09:37

Presence of adipose tissue after autologous fat transplantation in patients with adherent scars, a pilot study

Roy Zuidema, The Netherlands

10:00

Coffee break

Plenary session "How I see it (or not)"

10:30

Early excision in my hands

David Herndon, USA

11:00

Why are trace elements important in burns

Mette Berger, Switzerland

11:30

Misconduct in research- only in other families?

Bengt Gerdin, Sweden

12:00

Existential perspectives on burn injury

Mimmie Willebrand, Sweden

12:00

Lunch

12:15

E-poster presentations

12:30

Lunch symposium

Session New ideas and innovations I

13:30

Bio-engineering human skin: the long way from basic research to clinical trials

Ernst Reichman, Switzerland

13:55

Laser speckle contrast imaging in children with scalds: Its influence on timing of intervention, duration of healing and care, and costs

Moustafa Elmasry, Sweden

14:05

Experience with a New Bedside Electrospun Nanofibrous Transient Skin Layer in Second Degree Burns

Josef Haik, Israel

14:15

Regenerative Burn Surgery – evolution of an innovative concept with enzymatic debridement and in situ autologous cell and platelet-rich fibrin therapy

Matthias Waldner, Switzerland

14:25

Clinical study of nanofibrillar cellulose dressing for skin graft donor site treatment

Raili Koivuniem, Finland

14:35

Prototype of an airlock without doors: easing daily care and preventing external contamination

Cédric Flageul, France

14:45

The development of an adult, burn specific patient concerns inventory (PCI)

John Gibson, United Kingdom

Anaesthesia / Critical Care II

13:55

Blood glucose level and outcome in septic burn patients

Athina Lavrentieva, Greece

14:05

Bisphophonates as inhibitors of carbapenemases

Aleksandr Pleshkov, Russia

14:15

Parenteral Iron treatment for postoperative anemia in burns

Jesus Carbajal Guerrero, Spain

14:25

Efficacy of esmolol during early postresuscitation period in burn ICU patients

Athina Lavrentieva, Greece

14:35

Heterogeneity in Burns Intensive Care Management. A Retrospective Review of Patients Admitted over two years to a Quaternary Burns Intensive Care Unit

Juliette Mewton, Australia

14:45

Analysis of early immunological changes in a major burned patients cohort

Romolo Villani, Italy

Session PAM Prevention

13:30

Risk factors for burn accidents in children of 0-4 years old: a prospective study

Eva van Zoonen, The Netherlands

13:41

The Global Burn Registry of the World Health Organization

Yvonne Singer, Australia

13:52

The epidemiology and prognosis of patients with massive burns: A multicenter study of 2483 cases

Chuanan Shen, China

14:03

Outpatient treated infant burns: epidemiological survey and prevention planning

Raluca Teodora Tatar, Romania

14:14

Senna laxative-induced severe chemical burns in children

Goffinet Laetitia, France

14:25

Thermal Injury caused by Warmed Saline Irrigation During the Microvascular Free Flap

Jae Hyuk Yang, South Korea

14:36

Elderly burn injuries and understanding the common causes to influence accident prevention

Nisha Chana, United Kingdom

14:47

From „Young Burn Survivors Day“ to a „World Burn Awareness Day“

Adelheid Gottwald, Germany

Session Burn data and registry

13:30

Big data and burns

Ken Dunn, United Kingdom

13:55

Recommendations on the most suitable health related quality-of-life measurement instrument after burn injury: a systematic review of measurement properties

Nine Legemate, The Netherlands

14:07

BQIP: Improving Burn Care Through Registry Data

Yvonne Singer, Australia

14:19

The Development of a Norwegian Burns Registry

Yvonne Singer, Australia

14:31

Development of a risk prediction model (Hangang) and comparison with clinical severity scores in burn patients

Jaechul Yoon, South Korea

Session Woundhealing II

13:30

Biological dressings as an aid to expedite wound healing in graft donor sites

Shafiq Rahman, United Kingdom

13:42

First experiences in the treatment of large superficial burns up to 49%TBSA with pure silk

Jennifer Schiefer, Germany

13:54

The nylon-reinforced silver sodium carboxymethylcellulose dressing reduces the infection risk and shortens hospital stay in treatment of deep dermal burns

Maya Argirova, Bulgaria

14:06

Epicite-hydro, first dressing to the wound bed preparation in full thickness burns

Pablo Rodriguez Ferreyra, Mexico

14:18

Experienced with Nanocellulose- Epicite-hydro- for superficial and deep partial thickness burns

Pablo Rodriguez Ferreyra, Mexico

14:30

Hyaluronic acid-based wound dressings in the treatment of pediatric facial burns – an improved standard of care?

Kristina Maurer, Germany

14:42

Microbial cellulose dressing compared with silver sulphadiazine for the treatment of partial thickness burns: A prospective, randomised, clinical trial

Mustafa Elmasry, Sweden

15:00

Coffee break

Session New ideas and Innovations II

15:30

Silkworm silk as an alternative to Biobrane and Suprathel for the treatment of acute superficial burns

Jennifer Schiefer, Germany

15:42

Dielectric profiles at microwave frequencies of different burn depths: Preliminary data from ex-vivo human (burnt) skin samples

Mauricio Perez, Sweden

15:54

A highly sensitive aspiration device for assessment of scar stiffness in pediatric burns

Julia Elrod, Switzerland

16:06

Equivalence and feasibility of the paper-based and electronic versions of the POSAS, the EQ-5D and the DLQI in a Belgian scar population

Jill Meirte, Belgium

16:18

Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma Application On Healing of Donor Site Wounds of Partial Thickness Skin Graft

Hemin Sheriff, Iraq

16:30

Developing a patient portal to facilitate shared decision making with burn patients during their recovery: current status and key learnings

Gaby Anne Wildenbos, The Netherlands

16:42

Nanografts to enhance epthelialization

Jyrki Vuola, Finland

Session Pediatrics I

15:30

Small is beautiful

Clemens Schiestl, Switzerland

15:55

Systemic antibiotic prophylaxis does not improve the outcome of burn injuries in children: a meta-analysis

Gergo Jozsa, Hungary

16:07

Nutrition in the Burn injured child: an audit

Samuel Pearce, United Kingdom

16:19

Factors affecting length of stay among pediatric and adult patients admitted to the Lebanese Burn Center: a retrospective study

Georges Ghanimé, Lebanon

16:31

Interdisciplinary management of non-accidental burns in children: diagnostics and treatment in a pediatric burn centre

Miriam Renkert, Germany

16:43

Cell Free DNA as a Prognostic Factor in Pediatric Burns – Preliminary Results

Yaron Shoham, Israel

Session PAM Rehabilitation

PAM Rehabilitation I

15:30

Incidence and mortality shows a significant decline and long term outcome is good!

Folke Sjöberg, Sweden

15:30

The effect of moisturizers on scars: A systematic review

Tanja Klotz, Australia

15:39

ICT as a tool in the rehabilitation of the burned patient: the Farmalarm APP

Laura Grossi Garriga, Spain

15:48

The effect of manual skin techniques on skin perfusion

Ulrike Van Daele, Belgium

15:57

The fibroblast under tension in physiotherapeutic mobilization of patients with burn scars

Thomas Koller, Switzerland

16:06

Predicting exercise capacity following pediatric burns

Moniek Akkerman, The Netherlands

16:15

Fatigue after burn injury – is it a problem?

Sara Enblom, Sweden

16:24

Facilitators and barriers of early mobilization in critically ill patients with burns: a survey

Yvonne Dikkema, The Netherlands

16:33

Tension reducing taping as a mechanotherapy for hypertrophic burn scars: Preliminary results from a pilot study

Tine Vanhullebusch, Belgium

16:42

Burn scar contractures that limit daily functioning in children and adolescents: a preliminary longitudinal study

Anouk Oosterwijk, The Netherlands

16:51

Understanding the experience of adhering to burn scar treatments in children with burns and their caregivers

Jessica Killey, Australia

Session Outcomes II

15:30

Phage therapy: perspective for infected burns

Thomas Leclerc, France

15:45

Phage therapy

Mikael Skurnik, Finland

15:55

Comparison of international burn injury data

Yvonne Singer, Australia

16:07

Lausanne Massive Burns Cohort - 18 Years Revisited

Joachim Meuli, Switzerland

16:19

Reliability of the Norwegian version of the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale

Marit Hjellestad, Norway

16:31

Neuropsychological and behavioural side effects of repetitive sedation in paediatric burn care: alternative solutions

Gerard Beerthuizen, The Netherlands

16:43

Factors Affecting the Length of Stay of Burn Injury Patients in Two Hospital Burn Unit in Central Jakarta, Indonesia

Gammaditya Winarno, Indonesia

Infection

16:00

Identifying factors associated with toxic shock syndrome in paediatric burns patients

Abigail Shaw, United Kingdom

16:10

Carbapenemase producing gram negative bacilli in a Burn Care Center in Tunisia

Amel Mokline, Tunisia

16:20

Managing an outbreak of a Multi-Drug Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii. Lessons learnt

Tanya Randawa, United Kingdom

16:30

Pharmacokinetics of Meropenem: prolonged infusion can be more effective?

Anna Pensa, Italy

16:40

Epidemiology and risk factors for infection in Burn Centre of Turin

Anna Pensa, Italy

16:50

A Systematic Review of Skin-sparing Debridement in Necrotizing Soft-Tissue Infections

Jaco Suijker, The Netherlands

17:00

EBA General Assembly Meeting

Friday 06 Sep

Programme Friday 6 September 2019

08:00

Registration

Session Mass Burn Casualty Incident

08:30

Update European Mass Burn Disaster Plan

Stian Almeland, Norway

08:50

Mass casualties with pediatric burn victims

Dan Mircea Enescu, Romania

09:02

Enzymatic burn debridement in a major burns incident

Natalwala Ibrahim, United Kingdom

09:14

Organization of medical tranpsortation of 256 patients in mass burn casuality incident

Sergei Shapovalo, Russia

09:26

Mass burn casualty incident of Mati Greece. The experience and statistics of admitting the 80% of the patients in Plastic Surgery Department of Evaggelismos(PSD)

Maria Petroulia, Greece

Session Surgery Reconstruction I

08:30

The most current scar pathophysiology and treatment strategies

Rei Ogawa, Japan

08:55

Limb reconstruction in burn patients - A true challenge

Rita Meireles, Portugal

09:07

The ALT free flap, a powerful tool for acute burn reconstruction. The Vall d’Hebron University Hospital experience

Eva Verdaguer Olivella, Spain

09:19

Pedicled perforator flaps reconstruction in high-voltage electrical injuries

Daniel Yankov, Bulgaria

09:31

The use of the biodegradable polyurethane dermal substitute, Biodegradable Temporising Matrix (BTM) in the reconstruction of necrotising fasciitis defects

Marcus Wagstaff, Australia

09:43

The use of a biodegradable polyurethane dermal substitute BTM (Biodegradable Temporising Matrix) in significant acute burns; outcomes and lessons learned from the first twenty patients

Marcus Wagstaff, Australia

Session PAM Psychosocial

08:30

Establishing a psychological support structure for mass casualty - burn disasters

Anna Pittermann, Austria

08:40

Health related quality of life 5-7 years after minor and severe burn injuries: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Nicole Trommel, The Netherlands

08:50

Virtual Reality and how to use it effectively in burn care

Susanne Blokzijl, The Netherlands

09:00

Prevalence and predictors of fatigue following burns: a prospective study

Helma Hofland, The Netherlands

09:10

The impact of the LDI on the anxiety levels in patients with burns

Anuschka Niemeijer, The Netherlands

09:20

Treatment Cost of Major Burn in Surabaya Indonesia

Rosaly Santoso, Indonesia

09:30

Impulsiveness and burn patients

Raimo Palmu, Finland

09:40

Self-immolation in tunisian adolescents : a 16 years study

Manel Ben Saad, Tunisia

09:50

Social work in Helsinki Burn Centre

Klaudia Kokkola, Finland

Session Pediatrics II

08:30

Lasers in pediatric scarmodulation

Joel Fisch, Canada

08:55

Burns of the feet in children

Babur Shakirov, Uzbekistan

09:07

Pediatric Burns: A descriptive study of Specialized Burns Unit in Catalonia (2010-2018)

Sara Guila Fidel-Kinori, Spain

09:19

Error analysis of the first aid in children with burn on prehospital stage

Tatiana Zagriazkina, Russia

09:31

Treatment of deep burns in children by utilizing microsurgical flaps

Pavel Gnipov, Russia

09:43

Experiences in using a Biosynthetic membrane and Laser Doppler in children with scalds

Tanya Randawa, United Kingdom

Session Basic Research II

08:30

Donor site dressings: how much do they affect pain?

Megan Grigg, Australia

08:42

Enzymatic debridement is selectively effective in burn wounds depending on the thermal damage of the collagen: an ex vivo burn wound experiment

Kelly Kwa, The Netherlands

08:54

The Use of ImageJ to Calculate Total Body Surface Area in Burn Patients: A Case Series

Rizta Aulia Widyana, Indonesia

09:06

Reviving the Burn Scoring System: An Aid for Appropriate Patient’s Care in Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia

Sanjaya Tanjunga, Indonesia

09:18

FLIR One as an Adjunct Tool for Burn Wound Depth Assessment

Raihana Adiwiria, Indonesia

09:30

Unravelling the mystery of Lichtenberg Figures

Andrew Lindford, Finland

09:42

Development of an ex-vivo burn wound model using full thickness skin organ culture

Mamta Shah, United Kingdom

10:00

Coffee break

Plenary session SCAR

10:30

Scar management: insights from basic research

Esther Middelkoop, The Netherlands

10:50

Future of scar management

Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

11:10

Total scar managment from surgery to conservative therapies

Rei Ogawa, Japan

11:30

Tissue expansion in head and neck reconstruction

Alex Margulis, Israel

12:00

Lunch

12:15

E-poster presentations

Euro-Mediterranean Burn Council session: "Bridge the gap"

13:30

Unmet needs of Burn Care in LMICs

B. Atiyeh, Beirut

13:50

The Burden of Burns: A Moral Imperative

J. Barret, Spain

14:10

We look at the same moon but live in different world’s - global burn care in children

C. Schiestl, Switzerland

14:20

Cost Analysis Of Burn Care: Do We Really Need It? Do We Really Want It? Introduction to the Verona center presentation

L. Rosenberg, Israel

14:30

Comprehensive cost analysis of burn care: How to do It and to what end

J. Minic, Italy

14:40

Pontooning of burn care in local and regional geomedical map

D. Enescu, Romania

14:50

Title t.b.a.

A. Stritar, Slovenia

Session Enzymatic debridement I

13:30

Results of the DETECT enzymatic debridement multicenter randomized controlled trial

Y. Shoham, Israel

13:42

Enzymatic debridement for burn injury of the hand – a single center experience

M. Dadras, Germany

13:54

NexoBrid® enzymatic debridement: the Vall d’Hebron University Hospital Burn Center experience

E. Verdaguer Olivella, Spain

14:06

Enzymatic debridement: a retrospective study to evaluate the accuracy of burn depth diagnosis before and after treatment?

I. Mataro, Italy

14:18

Obtaining government refund for NexoBrid: results from the NEXOBRID Belgian Registry

K. Claes, Belgium

14:30

Results of the NexoBrid enzymatic debridement post marketing study

Y. Shoham, Israel

14:42

Feasibility and Safety of Enzymatic Debridement for the Prevention of Surgical Escharotomy in Circumferential Deep Burns at the Distal Upper Extremity

S. Fischer, Germany

Session Outcome III

13:30

Establishing disability weights and the burden of burn injuries in Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands

I. Spronk, The Netherlands

13:42

Health Related Quality of Life is Decreased after Necrotizing Soft-tissue Infections

J. Suijker, The Netherlands

13:54

Evaluation of Enoxaparin dose adjustment in acute burn patients

A. Mokline, Tunisia

14:06

The course of health related quality of life after burn injuries over time: a secondary data-analysis

I. Spronk, The Netherlands

14:18

Epidemiology, treatment (costs) and long-term outcomes of patients with fireworks-related injuries (ROCKET); a multicenter prospective observational case series

D. van Yperen, The Netherlands

14:30

Evaluating the adequacy of treatment in transferred burn patients: a national burn center perspective

R.A. Widyana, Indonesia

14:42

Management of elderly burn patients: our clinical experiences

A.C. Yasti, Turkey

Session PAM Nursing

13:30

From strategy to execution: Nurses’ competence in burn care and critical care nursing in Helsinki Burn Centre and intensive care unit

H. Siivonen, Finland

13:41

Simulation-based training of Emergency management for Burn nurses

M. Wormmeester, The Netherlands

13:52

First experiences of burn care at home: cooperation between a burn centre and a specialized home care organization

S. Cuperus, The Netherlands

14:03

Coordinating EMSB courses in Norway

D. Hovland, Norway

14:14

Nursing workload classification to ensure patient safety and quality of care: A literature study to learn about tools to support nursing personnel resource management

A. Schildt, Finland

14:25

Towards excellent burn nursing by joining forces in Academy of Burn Nurses

Gerbrig Bijker, The Netherlands

14:36

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest! (Benjamin Franklin)

A. Mekkering, The Netherlands

14:47

Humanisation of nursing care: a daily challenge

M.L. Perez del Prado, Spain

Session Tissue engineering

13:30

Title t.b.a.

Speaker t.b.a.

13:55

Replacement of murine feeder layer with biologically relevant laminin to culture keratinocytes for therapeutic application in burns

A. Chua, Singapore

14:05

Simultaneous application of Glyaderm® as a dermal substitute with autologous split skin grafts in the reconstruction of deep burns and/or full thickness defects: preliminary results

I. De Decker, Belgium

14:15

3D bio-printing for the treatment of acute burns wound – in vitro and in vivo development

S. Brosset, France

14:25

Wound healing after cultured epithelial autografting in patients with massive burn injury: a cohort study

C.H. Lo, Australia

14:35

A systematic review: current trends and take rates of Cultured Epithelial Autografts (CEA) in the treatment of patients with burn injuries

C.H. Lo, Australia

14:45

Wood-derived nanofibrillar cellulose dressing as a cell scaffold for wound treatment

J. Kiiskinen, Finland

15:00

Coffee break and E-poster presentation

Plenary session Box fights

16:00

Box fight: Hydrotherapy

Speaker t.b.a.

17:00

Inhalation is of no importance in burns

Speaker t.b.a.

17:30

End of the day programme

19:30

Gala dinner

Saturday 07 Sep

Programme Saturday 7 September 2019

08:00

Registration

Session Burn Centre organisation

08:30

Evaluation of the interventions of a clinical pharmacist in addition to team-based care in a burns unit

A.G. Arévalo Bernabé, Spain

08:42

The New National Burn Center of Finland, Department U2

T. Varpula, Finland

08:54

Increasing burn centre referrals but decreasing burn size: National burn centre trends over 35-years

H. Onarheim, Norway

09:06

Interdisciplinary follow-up care for burn patient

C. Pasquale, Switzerland

09:18

Consolidation of the 2 Burn Centers of Lyon, France : results at 18 months

F. Braye, France

09:30

Streamlining the OR-process of ICU patient with Lean method

M. Kinnunen, finland

Session Surgery Reconstruction II

08:30

Do's and don'ts in tissue expansion

Alex Margulis, Israel

08:55

Complications in tissue expansion: A logistic regression analysis for risk factors

C. Smolle, Austria

09:07

Evaluation of the effectiveness of reconstructive surgery for severe burn scar contractures in sub-Sahara Africa

T. Hendriks, The Netherlands

09:19

Cultured Keratinocytes (Epifast®) and V.A.C. therapy, our first choice for skin graft dressing in chronic wounds burn related

J.B. Ruiz-Padilla, Mexico

09:31

The use of the biodegradable polyurethane dermal substitute, Biodegradable Temporising Matrix (BTM) in the reconstruction of necrotising fasciitis defects

M. Wagstaff, Australia

09:43

‘Give Me 5 Foundation’: A Plastic Surgery Charity Mission Helping to Enhance the Management of Burn Injuries in Rural India

B. Wood, United Kingdom

Session PAM Rehabilitation II

08:30

Operationalization of joint flexibility problems: an issue illustrated with range of motion data on children after burns

M. Nieuwenhuis, The Netherlands

08:41

Multidisciplinary approach in the diagnosis and treatment of nontraumatic spinal-cord injury following high voltage electrical injuries

A. Monte Soldado, Spain

08:52

Early therapy experience with NovoSorb™ BTM

T. Klotz, Australia

09:03

Rehabilitation and multidisciplinairy treatment within the context of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF); evaluation of a case report

M. de Wit, The Netherlands

09:14

Feasibility and intra- and inter-rater reliability of bedside ultrasonography to assess changes in muscle size in (critically ill) patients with burns

F. Bosch, The Netherlands

09:25

Improve burn care and patient outcome by combining knowledge from physical therapists and dieticians

G.C. Wesseling-Keuning, The Netherlands

09:36

Early exercise rehabilitation during the acute phase of severe burns: a European survey of current practice

D. Schieffelers, Belgium

09:47

Passive in-bed cycle ergometry exercise of mechanically ventilated burn patients at the Burn Center, Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden. A case series

E. Sundin, Sweden

Session Enzymatic debridement II

08:30

Evaluation of the treatment of deep thermal Hand burns in Adults with NexoBrid in the Dutch population (HAND-study) using a standardized hand assessment tool

J. Borst-van Breugel, The Netherlands

08:42

NexoBrid learning curve in a middle income country

A.M. Boiangiu, Romania

08:54

Off-label NexoBrid™ use for enzymatic burn debridement in children

J. Müller-Kühnle, Germany

09:06

Enzymatic debridement (NEXOBRID®) for burn treatments: towards a new paradigm our experience in Cruces University Hospital's Burn Unit (Vizcaya, Spain)

L. Aparicio Elizalde, Spain

09:18

The treatment of deep dermal burn wounds with Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) after enzymatic debridement

A. Schulz, Germany

09:30

Our experience in enzymatic debridement of deep dermal and full thickness burns

P. Taskov, Romania

09:42

The use of Nexobrid in a regional burns centre: our learning with enzymatic debridement of resuscitation and ICU burns

T. Randawa, United Kingdom

10:00

Coffee break

Plenary session Burns Centre Organization and guidelines

10:30

Verification standards in North America

Joel Fisch, Canada

11:00

The France experience

Thomas Leclerc, France

11:30

Burn guidelines and burn centres

Peter Vogt, Germany

12:00

Closure