Friday

Friday 06 Sep

Programme Friday 6 September 2019

08:00

Registration

Parallel session: Mass Burn Casualty Incident (EUROPEA)

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

Parallel session: Surgery Reconstruction I (FENNIA II)

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

09:31

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

Parallel session: PAM Psychosocial (FENNIA I)

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

09:30

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

Parallel session: Pediatrics II (NORDIA)

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

Parallel session: Basic Research II (PRESS ROOM)

08:30

Donor site dressings: how much do they affect pain?

Megan Grigg, Australia

08:42

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

Chuanan Shen, China

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 (EUROPEA)

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

12:30

Sponsored workshop Dermaroller (EUROPEA)

More information - sponsored sessions

12:15

E-poster presentations

Foyer 2nd floor

PAM Prevention Business Meeting (MARINEA PAM ROOM)

13:30

Welcome and introduction

Koen Maertens, Antwerp, Belgium

13:35

Firesafety in public Health / BeFireSae@School

Taina Hanhikoski, SPEK Helsinki, Finland

13:50

General fire safety education in Finland

Pauliina Kopra, Länsi-Uusimaa Department for Rescue Services, Finland

14:10

Phoenix Burn Project / Prevention in the townships of Cape Town South Africa

Carolyn Cripps, UK

14:20

Ikea prevention day

Sara Sjögren, Uppsala, Sweden

14:30

Prevention Projects

Eva van Zoonen, Dutch Burns Foundation Beverwijk, The Netherlands

14:40

Presentation New Members

Dr. Ilaria Tocco Tussardi, Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata di VeronaIlaria, Italy

14:50

European Prevention Network

Eva van Zoonen, Dutch Burns Foundation Beverwijk, The Netherlands

Parallel session: Euro-Mediterranean Burn Council session: "Bridge the gap" (EUROPEA)

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

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D. Enescu, Romania

14:50

Pontooning of burn care in local and regional geomedical map

A. Stritar, Slovenia

Parallel session: Enzymatic debridement I (FENNIA II)

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

Parallel session: Outcome III (FENNIA I)

13:30

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

Anouk Pijpe, 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

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

Tsjitkse Haanstra, 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

Parallel session: PAM Nursing (NORDIA)

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

Parallel session: Tissue engineering (PRESS ROOM)

13:30

Current State and Future Potential

J. Plock, Switzerland

13:40

Bilodegradable temporising matrix

temporising matrix T. Palmieri, USA

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

Plenary session Box fights (EUROPEA)

15:30

Box fight: Hydrotherapy

Pro N.Moiemen, UK / Con: J. Latarjet, France

16:30

Box fight: Inhalation injury

Pro: S. Wolf, USA / Con: F. Sjöberg, Sweden

17:30

End of the day programme

19:30

Gala dinner

19:00-00:30 @Restaurant Pörssi