Wednesday

Wednesday 04 Sep

Programme Wednesday 4 September 2019

09:00

Registration

10:30

Interactive educational course: "Managing of typical burns"

Interactive course for everyone, especially for those in burn training, who want to learn (and share their experience) how to treat most common burns. The course consists of real life burn cases with different etiologies, severity and treatment modalities. Every case will be discussed interactively. Cases are presented by plastic surgeons from the Helsinki Burn Centre

12:00

Lunch

12:00

E-poster presentations

Foyer 2nd floor

Plenary session: Burn treatment today and tomorrow

13:00

Burn Care: 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: Psychological trauma and pain: Ongoing challenge in burn care

Nancy Van Loey, The Netherlands

15:00

Pharmacist Business meeting

Marinea (PAM) room

15:00

Coffee break

Parallel session: Surgery-Acute I (EUROPEA)

15:30

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

Parallel session: Outcomes I (FENNIA 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

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

Inge Spronk, The Netherlands

16:18

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

Inge Spronk, 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

Parallel session: PAM Nursing (NORDIA)

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

Parallel session: Woundhealing I (FENNIA I)

15:30

Goals in Wound Care

Steven Wolf, USA

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

Parallel session: Basic Research I (PRESS ROOM)

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

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

18:00

Welcome reception

18:00-19:30 @Helsinki City Hall