• Wednesday 06 September 2017
  • Parallel session: SURGERY ACUTE 1

    • 11:00
      O1.01 Burn and NexoBrid™ - Our Italian experience

      G. Delli Santi, IT
    • 11:15
      O1.02 CO2 laser debridement in cases of patients with deep burn injuries

      B. Wallner, DE
    • 11:30
      O1.03 Comparison of six outcome prediction models in adult burn population in a developing country

      S. Salehi, IR
    • 11:45
      O1.04 Prevention of major joint burn scar contracture in acute full-thickness burns using Integra™. Ten years revision

      R. Palao, ES
    • 12:00
      O1.05 Blood conservation strategies in burn surgery: a systematic review

      R. Zarb Adami, GB
    • 12:15
      O1.06 Bromelain and great burns, help or damage?

      E. Monclús, ES

    • 11:00
      O2.01 Conservative versus operative treatment choice of deep dermal partial-thickness burns in childhood

      B. Bota, HU
    • 11:15
      O2.02 Comparative usefulness of Sepsis-3 and burn sepsis criteria in patients with major burns

      D. Kym, KR
    • 11:30
      O2.03 Improving Paediatric Burn Care through In Situ Simulation

      F. D asta, GB
    • 11:45
      O2.04 Detection and control of a multiresistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa outbreak in a burn unit

      V. Andreu Sola, ES
    • 12:00
      O2.05 Tracheostomy techniques minimising damage to neck burns and airway contamination in burn patients.

      N. Depetris, IT
    • 12:15
      O2.06 The Breast Burn Index (BBI) - A new classification and treatment algorithm of female post-burn breast asymmetries

      J.P. Stromps, DE
  • Parallel session: OUTCOMES 1

    • 11:00
      Retrospective review of a 5 years adult burn centre s experience with Meek grafting in the management of extensive burns

      K. Houschyar, DE
    • 11:15
      O3.02 Epidemiology and outcome of patients with burns treated with Cerium Nitrate Silversulfadiazine

      S. Scholten, NL
    • 11:30
      O3.03 Effectiveness and costs of enzymatic debridement in burn wounds

      T. Korzeniowski, PL
    • 11:45
      O3.04 Does the Abbreviated Burn Severity Index need revision?

      A. Fochtmann-Frana, AT
    • 12:00
      O3.05 Are we tied to our prognostic scores? A 74-year-old patient with an ABSI of 14

      V. Vorstandlecher, AT
    • 12:15
      O3.06 Predictive validity of short term scar quality on final burn scar outcome using the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale Assessment Scale

      M. van Baar, NL
  • 12:30

  • Plenary 1: Janžekovic session

    Chair: Albin Stritar, Slovenia
    • 13:30

      Albin Stritar, Slovenia
    • 13:40
      Dr Janžekovic pioneering work in burn care

      Marija Trop, Austria
    • 14:00
      Then and now: establishing a program of immediate excision and grafting

      David N. Herndon, USA
    • 14:20
      Dermal regeneration templates in acute burn surgery

      Peter Dziewulski, United Kingdom
    • 14:40
      Enzymatic debridement: a new paradigm in immediate excision and grafting

      Yaron Shoham, Israel
  • Parallel session: NURSING 1

    • 15:00
      O4.01 The impact of an eye-controlled communication device on the communication ability between the burn intensive care patient and the care staff

      M. Lindblad, SE
    • 15:15
      O4.02 Emotions in the environment and critical burn patient care

      M.L. Pérez del Prado, ES
    • 15:30
      O4.03 Care of patient with Epidermolysis bullosa by Burn Unit nurse staff

      M.J. Sanchez Garcia, ES
    • 15:45
      O4.04 Case-Study: Height Burn Victims Flown in from Romania

      F. Waroquier, BE
    • 16:00
      O4.05 Nursing problems in patients with Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and Stevens-Johnson syndrome in a Dutch burn centre: a 30-year retrospective study

      N. Trommel, NL
    • 16:15
      O4.06 How to improve the quality of interprofessional teamwork focused on nurses treating patients with enzymatic débridement on the burns intensive care unit Zurich

      C. Rosch, CH
  • Parallel session: BASIC RESEARCH 1

    • 15:00
      O5.01 Supporting the introduction of treatment innovation using cost analysis

      K. Dunn, GB
    • 15:15
      O5.02 Evidence-based injury prediction data for severe spill/splash and immersion scalds

      C. Andrews, AU
    • 15:30
      O5.03 The Effect of Adipose Derived Stromal Vascular Fraction on Stasis Zone in an Experimental Burn Model

      C. Uysal, TR
    • 15:45
      O5.04 Skipping to improve scar management: modulation of TGF-ß signalling in hypertrophic scars via exon skipping

      R. Raktoe, NL
    • 16:00
      O5.05 Extracorporeal shok waves therapy in pathological post-burn scars. results of a randomized prospective study

      P. Bosacoma Roura, ES
    • 16:15
      O5.06 Tadalafil Reduces Burn Injury Progression in a Rat Model

      A. Singer, US
  • Parallel session: WOUND HEALING 1

    • 15:00
      O6.01 Magisterial Therapeutic Bacteriophage Preparations - Bacteriophages vs Superbugs

      G. Verbeken, BE
    • 15:15
      O6.02 Nanofibrillar cellulose wound dressing in skin graft donor site treatment

      H. Kavola, FI
    • 15:30
      O6.03 Burn in neonates and prematures – treatment strategy

      D.M. Enescu, RO
    • 15:45
      O6.04 Toxic epidermal necrolysis; long-term sequelae in a multidisciplinary check-up

      L.M. Cabañas Weisz, ES
    • 16:00
      O6.05 The benefit of microskin in combination with autologous keratinocyte suspension to treat full skin loss in vivo

      C. Shen, CN
    • 16:15
      O6.06 A systematic review of pre-clinical compromised wound healing models

      R. Zarb Adami, GB
  • 16:30
    Coffee break

  • Parallel session: OUTCOMES 2

    • 17:00
      O7.01 Health related quality of life after burn injuries: a systematic review

      L. Spronk, NL
    • 17:15
      O7.02 TEN treatment without immunosuppressive therapy in a Burn Centre

      P. Gacto Sanchez, ES
    • 17:30
      O7.03 Cost effectiveness of Silver Delivery Approaches in the management of patients with superficial and deep-partial thickness burns

      N. Leo, GB
    • 17:45
      O7.04 Functional restoration in burn injured patients after enzymatic eschar-lysis. Preliminary comparative study with surgical treatment.

      D. Dalla Costa, IT
    • 18:00
      O7.05 The development and implementation of routine outcome measurement in burns care

      T. Haanstra, NL
    • 18:15
      O7.06 The toxic shock syndrome in paediatric burns registry – first results

      C. Oliveira, CA
  • Parallel session: SURGERY RECONSTRUCTION 1

    • 17:00
      O8.01 Post Burn Ectropion Correction Of Upper Eyelid With Full Thickness Skin Graft and 40% overcorrection – A Prospective Study

      T. Sultana. BD
    • 17:15
      O8.02 The dorsal ulnar artery flap use in the treatment of burn injuries of the hand

      A. Stritar, SI
    • 17:30
      O8.03 The Effect of Autograft Adipose-Derived Stem Cells on Angiogenesis of Random Skin Flap in Rats

      M.J. Fatemi, IR
    • 17:45
      O8.04 Acellular allodermis grafts prepared by a novel method for use in burns and reconstructive surgery

      N. Šarkozyová, SK
    • 18:00
      O8.05 Vascularised Composite Allotransplantation for Burns Reconstruction – Review of Worldwide Experience and Special Considerations

      L. Geoghegan, GB
  • Parallel session: BURN CENTRE ORGANIZATION
    • 17:00
      O9.01 Evidence based guidelines in Dutch burn care

      C. Hoogewerf, Nl
    • 17:15
      O9.02 Night club fire disaster in Bucharest: the experience of the Brussels military burn center, the tale of a successful European collaboration.

      S. Jennes, BE
    • 17:30
      O9.03 Developing a European Response Mechanism for Mass Burn Casualty Disasters – Suggestions from the EBA MBCD working group

      S.K. Almeland, NO
    • 17:45
      O9.04 Teleburn- An Evolution from Novelty to Necessity

      H. Amani, US
    • 18:00
      O9.05 March 22nd 2016: The day at the Burn Unit Queen Astrid Military Hospital

      P. Persoons, BE
    • 18:15
      O9.06 Lessons identified from the terrorist attacks on March 22, 2016: the experiences of the Brussels military burn center.

      S. Jennes, BE
  • 18:30
    Welcome reception