• Thursday 07 September 2017
  • Parallel session: BASIC RESEARCH 2

    Chairs: David Herndon and Jordi Aguilera
    • 08:00
      O10.01 NexoBrid potential in early debridement of Sulfur Mustard contaminated skin: A concept validation porcine study

      L. Rosenberg, IL
    • 08:15
      O10.02 The review of tissue decellurization methods in a treatment of burns

      W. Labus, PL
    • 08:30
      O10.03 Effectiveness of automated UVC-light for decontamination of textiles inoculated with enterococcus faecium

      C. Smolle, AT
    • 08:45
      O10.04 Do Serum Calcium Levels Play a Role in Burn Prognostication? A Study of Bone Profile Trends.

      N. Moustakis, GB
    • 09:00
      O10.05 Agreement of burn size estimations: result of five data sets

      M. Giretzlehner, AT
    • 09:15
      O10.06 Perfusion Evaluation by Laser Speckle Contrast Analysis (LASCA) imaging in burned patients, finger replantations and scars

      A. Limbourg, DE
  • Parallel programme: OUTCOMES 3

    Chair: Yarom Shoham
    • 08:00
      O11.01 Changes in patterns of treatment of burned children at the Linkoping Burn Centre, Sweden, 2009–2014

      M. Elmasry, SE
    • 08:15
      O11.02 The inflammatory response pattern among children with scalds

      M. Elmasry, SE
    • 08:30
      O11.03 Late enzymatic debridement of severe burns – a monocentric study

      L. Mannil, CH
    • 08:45
      O11.04 The Frailty Scale-Modified Baux Score: the new benchmark?

      G. Phillips, GB
    • 09:00
      O11.05 The use of epifast® (live cultured human keratinocytes) in paediatric burn scald: long term benefits

      J.J. Casas Beltran, MX
    • 09:15
      O11.06 In Hot Soup - An Asian perspective of paediatric burn epidemiology presenting in Singapore

      D. Ang, SG
  • Parallel programme: SURGERY ACUTE 2

    Chairs: Ricard Palao and Fredrik Huss
    • 08:00
      O12.01 Wound bed assessment after enzymatic debridement: to operate or not to operate?

      S. Monstrey, BE
    • 08:15
      O12.02 Bromelain based enzymatic debridement versus traditional surgical debridement in the treatment of deep dermal facial burn injury

      A. Schulz, DE
    • 08:30
      O12.03 The experience of 98 enzymatic debridement in burn patients

      A.M. Citterio, IT
    • 08:45
      O12.04 Pediatric burn injuries of the foot

      B. Shakirov, UZ
    • 09:00
      O12.05 A systematic review of surgical and non-surgical debridement techniques of burn wounds

      K. Kwa, NL
    • 09:15
      O12.06 Dermal Regeneration Template use in a UK Regional Burns Centre

      M. Nizamoglu, GB
  • Plenary session: MBC session: Conflict related burns

    Chairs: Naiem Moiemen and Bishara Atiyeh
    • 09:30
      US Army battlefield approach

      L. Cancio, US
    • 09:50
      MBC-WHO collaboration and MBC humanitarian action

      M. Masellis, IT
    • 10:10
      WHO perspective: burns in the third world: an unmet need

      W. Johnson, CH
    • 10:30
      Burn treatment in refugee and humanitarian crisis

      B. Atiyeh, LB
  • 09:30
    PAM BUSSINESS MEETING

  • 11:00
    Coffee break
  • Opening Ceremony / Rudy Hermans lecture

    • 11:30
      Welcome

      N. Moiemen, President EBA
    • 12:00
      Rudi Hermans Lecture: Burn Care in Africa - my journey in Ethiopia

      E. Eriksen, ET
  • Integra sponsored symposium

    The Integra dermal substitute in the treatment of severe burns: where we stand, where we head
    • 12:30
      Patrick Duhamel, France

    • 13:00
      Dr Behr, Germany
  • 12:30
    Lunch
  • Parallel programme: PSYCHOSOCIAL 1

    Chairs: Guila Fidel Kinori and Anna Pittermann
    • 13:30
      O13.01 Parents’ perspectives on parental presence or absence during wound care procedures

      M. Egberts, NL
    • 13:45
      O13.02 Help the parent, help the child: How to support parents during young paediatric dressing changes

      E. Brown, AU
    • 14:00
      O13.03 Developing support services for parents of burn-injured children: novel ideas based on parents experiences and opinions about peer support

      J. Heath, GB
    • 14:00
      O13.03 Developing support services for parents of burn-injured children: novel ideas based on parents experiences and opinions about peer support

      J. Heath, UK
    • 14:15
      O13.04 Pilot study: feasibility and effectiveness of Mindfulness for people with burns and parents of children with burns

      M. Kool, NL
    • 14:30
      O13.05 Stress disorders in burned infants: a pilot study

      J. Latarjet, FR
    • 14:45
      O13.06 Rites of passage in burn patients

      J. Ruiz-Padilla, MX
  • Parallel programme: ANAESTHESIA AND CRITICAL CARE 2

    Chairs: David Herndon and Patricia Guilabert
    • 13:30
      O14.01 Extracorporale Membranoxigenation Therapy (ECMO) in severe burns, inhalation trauma (IHT) and extensive wounds - A 7-year experience

      A. Limbourg, DE
    • 13:45
      O14.02 Predicting mortality on burn patients: the influence of comorbidities in outcome

      C. Brandão, PT
    • 14:00
      O14.03 BURNHES: Retrospective study about mortality associed to HES administration in major burns

      P. Guilabert, ES
    • 14:15
      O14.04 Management of wound dressing changes in burn patients by ambulatory procedure under sedo-analgesia technique

      M. Batista Domenech, ES
    • 14:30
      O14.05 Early intubation - Friend or enemy?

      R. Passos Meireles, PT
    • 14:45
      O14.06 Continuous Hemodiafiltration with a Cytokine-Adsorber During Sepsis – a Review of the Literature on its Potential

      K. Houschyar, DE
  • Parallel programme: WOUND HEALING 2

    Chairs: Henk Hoeksema and Luis Cabral
    • 13:30
      O15.01 The evaluation of Smart MatrixTM and split thickness skin graft as a single stage procedure in the attenuated wound healing model

      R. Zarb Adami, GB
    • 13:45
      O15.02 Enzymatic escharolysis with NexoBrid® on partial thickness burn wounds: pre- and post-debridement histological assessment

      S. Ciappi, IT
    • 14:00
      O15.03 Silk for the treatment of superficial burns in comparison to Biobrane- an intra-individual study

      J. Schiefer, DE
    • 14:15
      O15.04 Recovery of skin sensitivity in burned patients

      A. Tirado, ES
    • 14:30
      O15.05 Heterologous Keratinocyte cultures: uses and advantages in burns

      J. Briseño Villanueva, MX
    • 14:45
      O15.06 Effects of Suprathel, AquacelAg or auto-grafting on human telomesase reverse transcriptase expression in the healing skin in children with partial thickness burn

      M. Demircan, TR
  • Plenary session: Patients journey

    Chair: Anna Pittermann
    • 15:00
      A burn survivor perspective

      M.O. Osborne, IM
    • 15:20
      Burn Surgery: improvements in patient care

      S.E. Wolf, US
    • 15:40
      Total burn approach: achievements in nursing

      A. de Jong, NL
    • 16:00
      Burn care and rehabilitation: effects on outcomes

      Leo Cancio, USA
  • Disaster planning session: EBA Past and Future tasks

    Chairs: Naiem Moiemen and Juan Barret
    • 15:30
      Disaster planning

      Stian Almeland, NO
    • 16:00
      Guidelines

      Gerard Beerthuizen, NL and Nadia Depetris, IT
    • 16:30
      Verification programme

      Peter Vogt, DE
  • 16:30
    Coffee break
  • 17:00
    Poster Bullet Talks session
  • 17:00
    Spanish Anaesthesia Interest Group
  • 18:30
    EBA General Assembly