• Saturday 09 September 2017
  • Parallel programme: OUTCOMES 5

    Chairs: Lars Kamolz and Leo Klein
    • 08:00
      O25.01 Treatment option of partial thickness burn injuries in children

      G. Joszsa, HU
    • 08:15
      O25.02 Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior after Pediatric Burns

      M. Akkerman, NL
    • 08:30
      O25.03 The need for agreement on what to measure in randomised controlled trials in burn care: the Core Outcomes in Burn Care Research (COSB) study

      A. Young, GB
    • 08:45
      O25.04 Ultrapulsed fractional CO2 laser treatment of hypertrophic burn scars: evaluation of an in-patient controlled,standardized treatment approach

      G. Gauglitz, DE
    • 09:00
      O25.05 Improving Mortality Outcomes of Steven Johnson Syndrome/Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis: A Regional Burns Centre Experience

      M. Nizamoglu, GB
    • 09:15
      O25.06 Cost analysis of a novel enzymatic debriding agent for management of burn wounds

      G. Di Giogia, IT
  • Parallel session: WOUND HEALING 4

    Chairs: Clemens Schiestl and Ricard Palao
    • 08:00
    • 08:15
      O26.02 The use of new skin substitute in the tratment of donor sites

      V. Borisov, RU
    • 08:30
      O26.03 Partial-thickness scalds in children: a comparison of different treatment strategies

      E. de Graaf, NL
    • 08:45
      O26.04 Rapid enzymatic debridement of chronic wounds: Results of a multicenter phase II trial

      Y. Shoham, IL
    • 09:00
      O26.05 Lipofilling in the treatment of burn scars

      G. Ghanime, LB
    • 09:15
      O26.06 The reliability and cross validation of a panel of objective measurement tools for the burn scar

      K. Lee, GB
  • Parallel programme: NURSING 2

    Chairs: T. Tredoux and Nadia Depetris
    • 08:00
      O27.01 Bromelain based enzymatic debridement with NexoBrid from the point of view of nursing

      H. Heinel, DE
    • 08:15
      O27.02 Nurses experiences with parental presence during wound care

      A. de Jong, NL
    • 08:30
      O27.03 Hypnosis in the management of anxiety and pain related to procedures in burn patients

      N. Depetris, IT
    • 08:45
      Neuropathic pain and itch following burns: a prospective study

      N. van Loey, NL
    • 09:00
      O27.05 Screening for physical and psychosocial problems in the outpatient clinical setting: a pilot study

      J. van de Steenoven, NL
  • Parallel session: SURGERY RECONSTRUCTION 2

    Chairs: Leo Cancio and Pablo Muñoz Ledesma
    • 08:00
      O28.01 Production of a glicerolized human acellular dermal matrix harvested from human donor

      I. Cambieri, IT
    • 08:15
      O28.02 The Feet Defects Reconstruction by Sural «Mega-flaps» Using Propeller-technique

      G. Samoylenko, UA
    • 08:30
      O28.04 Microsurgical wound cover in burn patients

      J. Ruiz-Padilla, MX
    • 08:45
      O28.05 Osteotomies and autografted artificial dermal substitute over bone marrow in burns with wide bone exposure:alternative to free flaps and amputation

      E. Salmeron-Gonzalez, ES
    • 09:00
      O28.06 Treatment of Peadiatric Burns in an african country - challenges

      A. Lucena, PT
  • Plenary session: AEQUE session: Innovations and regenerative medicine

    Chairs: Jose Ramon Martinez Mendez and Jordi Aguilera
    • 09:30
      PS 8.1 Enzimatic debridement in major burns

      J.R. Martinez, ES
    • 09:50
      PS 8.2 Biomarkers and outcomes in acute burns

      M. Ruiz, ES
    • 10:10
      PS 8.3 New therapeutic targets in acute lung injury

      J.A. Lorente, ES
    • 10:30
      PS 8.4 Development of a new bioengineered human skin

      J.L. Jorcano, ES
  • 11:00
    Coffee break

  • Parallel session: PREVENTION 2

    Chairs: Carolyn Cripps and Tobias Tandrup
    • 11:30
      O29.01 Swedish burncenter arranged a join venture at IKEA

      A. Persson, SE
    • 11:45
      O29.02 Burns prevention in children: empowering the school

      A. Lucena, SE
    • 12:00
      O29.03 Feasibility of the Safe-Tea campaign: a parent targeted intervention to reduce the incidence and severity of hot drink scalds in pre-school children

      V. Bennett, GB
    • 12:15
      O29.04 Learn About Burns: A Feasibility Study of a School Based Burns Prevention Program

      H. Quinn-Scoggins, GB
    • 12:30
      O29.05 The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of first aid interventions for burns given to caregivers of children: a systematic review

      H. Quinn-Scoggins, UK
  • Parallel session: WOUND HEALING 5

    Chairs: Anselmo Garrido
    • 11:30
      O30.01 Comparative Randomized Clinical Trial of SpinCare™ Innovative Electrospun Dressing in Donor Site Wounds

      M. Harats, IL
    • 12:15
      O30.04 The use of a novel dressing Epicite-hydro for superficial and deep partial thickness burns

      P. Rodriguez, GB
    • 12:30
      O30.05 Pulse-Dye Laser Therapy is an Effective Treatment For Burn Scars

      A. Messadi, TN
    • 12:45
      O30.06 Does NexoBrid allow us to perform conservative treatment on clinically deep burns? A retrospective review.

      D. Rivas Nicolls, ES
  • Parallel session: SURGERY ACUTE 4

    Chairs: Yaron Shoham and Victor Andreu Solá
    • 11:30
      O31.01 Role of Suprathel in dermal burns in children

      T. Iqbal, PK
    • 11:45
      O31.02 Neutrophil count and IL-33 predict the risk of death in blast injuries

      J.K. Chai, CN
    • 12:00
      O31.03 The use of ReCell® in infants and toddlers

      K. Schriek, DE
    • 12:15
      O31.04 Three-dimensional imaging is a novel and reliable technique to measure total body surface area

      Z. Rashaan, NL
    • 12:30
      O31.05 Omega-3 rich Fish Skin Grafts in the Treatment of Full Thickness Burns: A Comparative Trial of Fish Skin and Cadaver Skin in a Porcine Model

      S. Jeffery, GB
    • 12:45
      O31.06 A comparison of surgical management, epidemiology and clinical outcomes between an elderly and adult burn population in a 6 year observational nation-based study

      H. Goei, NL

    Chair: D. Santos, ES
    • 11:30
      O32.01 A Concentrated Surfactant Technology-based Wound Dressing Causes Dispersion and Sequestration in Established Biofilms

      S. Percival, GB
    • 11:45
      O32.02 Monitoring intradermal inflammatory response after burn injuries in explanted human skin

      T. Birngruber, GB
    • 12:00
      O32.03 Comparison of Analgesics Provided in the Emergency Department in Burn And Non-Burn Trauma Patients

      A. Singer, US
    • 12:15
      O32.04 Difference between the calculations of the total burn body area at a referral burned hospital VS. at hospitals with no specialized care

      A. Alzate, CL
    • 12:30
      O32.05 Comparing the effect of topical use of honey and Nitrofurazone ointment in wound healing of second-degree burn: A randomized clinical trial

      M. Fatemi, IR
    • 12:45
      O32.06 Software Review of Burn Etiology on Education, Safety, and Socio-economic Conditions in Patients Admitted to Motahari Burn Hospital

      M. Fatemi, IR
  • 11:30
    REEnergize Research Interest Group

  • 13:00
    Closing ceremony