Thursday

Thursday 05 Sep

Programme Thursday 5 September 2019

07:30

Registration

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

08:00

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

K. Whiting, United Kingdom

08:30

Developing E-Health in Burn Care in the Netherlands

M. van Veen, The Netherlands

09:00

Technological developments in psychological therapy - chances and limitations

A. Pittermann, Austria

Parallel session: Surgery-Acute II (FENNIA II)

08:00

Microsurgery in Burns

Juan Barret, Spain

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

Parallel session: Anesthesia/Critical Care I (FENNIA 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

Parallel session: Scar treatment (NORDIA)

08:00

Pruritus and Scarring

F. Sjöberg, SE

08:25

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

Christos Iosifidis, United Kingdom

08:37

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

Roy Zuidema, The Netherlands

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

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

Tanja Klotz, Australia

10:00

Coffee break

10:00

Nutritionist Networking meeting

Marinea (PAM) room

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

10:30

Early excision in my hands

David Herndon, USA

10:50

Why are trace elements important in burns

Mette Berger, Switzerland

11:10

Misconduct in research- only in other families?

Bengt Gerdin, Sweden

11:30

Existential perspectives on burn injury

Mimmie Willebrand, Sweden

12:00

Lunch

12:00

E-poster presentations

Foyer 2nd floor

12:30

Sponsored lunch symposium Silverlon (Foyer 2nd Floor)

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PAM-business meeting

Marinea (PAM) room

Parallel session: New ideas and innovations I (EUROPEA)

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

Parallel session: Anaesthesia / Critical Care II (FENNIA II)

13:30

Tracheostomy in the severely burned patient: why, for whom, when and how?

T. Leclerc, France

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

Parallel session PAM Prevention (NORDIA)

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

Parallel session: Burn data and registry (PRESS ROOM)

13:30

Opportunities with Big Data analysis in burn care

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

Parallel session: Woundhealing II (FENNIA I)

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

Parallel session: New ideas and Innovations II (EUROPEA)

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 epithelialization

Jyrki Vuola, Finland

Parallel session: Pediatrics I (FENNIA II)

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

Parallel session: PAM Rehabilitation I (FENNIA I)

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

Parallel session: Outcomes II (NORDIA)

15:30

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

Folke Sjoberg, Sweden

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

Parallel session: Infection (PRESS ROOM)

15:30

Phage therapy initiative in Finland

Mikael Skurnik, Finland

15:45

Phage therapy: perspective for infected burns

Thomas Leclerc, France

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

Europea

19:00

Sauna party

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