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3.1 PARALLEL SESSION - Pain management + Psychosocial and Psychiatry
Moderators: Alette de Jong | Elena Whiteman
O3.1.1 Predictors of the long-term quality of life of paediatric patients after non-severe burn injuries
Amira Allahham, Australia
O3.1.2 Developing and Piloting Palliative Care Practice Recommendations in the Burn Intensive Care Unit: A Quality Improvement Project
Jonathan Bayuo, Ghana
O3.1.3 Partners’ social support associated with depressive symptoms in burn survivors
Helma Hofland, Netherlands
O3.1.4 Life satisfaction after burns
Christian Smolle, Austria
O3.1.5 Self-harm in burn patients register-based and in medical records in Finland 2011-2020
Raimo Palmu, Finland
O3.1.6 Lidocaine infusion has a 25% opioid-sparing effect on background pain after burns: A prospective, randomised, double-blind, controlled trial
Islam Abdelrahman, Sweden
O3.1.7 Optimism and the extent of pain during hospital admission predict pain after discharge
Chloe Balland, Netherlands
O4.3.7 Long-term mortality after self-inflicted burns
Laura Pompermaier, Sweden
3.2 PARALLEL SESSION - Scars
Moderators: Koen Maertens | Albin Stritar
O3.2.1 Enhancing Scar Treatment Outcomes with Modified Laser Treatment Approaches: A Study on Hypertrophic and Atrophic Burn Scars
Jung hwan Lee, South Korea
O3.2.2 COLOURFUL; BiopsyChosOciaL pOst bURn Follow Up of scars in chiLdren: lessons learned, sharing experience and future plans
Jill Meirte, Belgium
O3.2.3 Platelet Rich Plasma plus Micro-needling in Scar Management – Description of an Innovative Technique and Initial Results from 107 Patients
Gioia Kouthoofd, Netherlands
O3.2.4 6 months follow up study on efficacy and tolerance of a scar gel containing Aquaphilus dolomiae extract (C+ restore), dimethicone and hyaluronate acid with massage method on post-burning re-epidermized scars
Nicolas Frasson, France
O3.2.5 Use of acellular dermal matrices to treat both acute and chronic burns: experience in the Burn Unit of the University and Polytechnic Hospital La Fe (Valencia)
Pedro Alvedro Ruiz, Spain
O3.2.6 Possible benefits of oral nutritional supplementation or diet in burns and scar management: A scoping review
Thibau Demarbaix, Belgium
O3.2.7 Autologous cell spray grafting in the management of partial thickness burn wounds
Bernd Hartmann, Germany
O1.4.10 SkinTERM: Skin Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action
Willeke Daamen, Netherlands
3.3 PARALLEL SESSION - Infections
Moderators: Luis Cabral | Nicole Lee
O3.3.1 Five-year review of bacteriological profile of patients treated in clininc of plastic and reconstructive surgery in Bulgarian university hospital
Iren Bogeva-Tsolova, Bulgaria
O3.3.2 The prevalence of highly resistant micro-organisms in repatriated burn center patients over a 35-year period
Niels Dijkshoorn, the Netherlands
O3.3.4 Acute infective endocarditis in burn patients : a prospective study
Ouissam El Ourf, Tunisia
O3.3.5 State of Burns Care in Zambia-Southern Africa, A Scoping Review
Nancy Kasongo, Zambia
O3.3.6 Incidence of different types of infection in the Critical Burn Unit of a tertiary hospital
Elena Diaz, Spain
O3.3.7 Primary cutaneous Aspergillosis in pediatric burns
Doina Iulia Nacea, Romania
How to harvest a split thickness skin graft - history, practice, hands on, tips and tricks
Clemens Schiestl, Switzerland | Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom | Jyrki Vuola, Finland | Habib Rahman Qasim, Afghanistan
Why attend this workshop?
The success of a split-thickness skin graft (STSG) depends on several factors, including proper patient and sites selection, surgical technique, postoperative care, close monitoring and follow-up.
During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn how to ensure optimal outcomes, starting with theoretical basics, turning over to practical examples and discussing tips and tricks from an international and multidisciplinary faculty.
Young fellows and more experienced burn care professionals interested in improving or evaluate their skills in harvesting a STSG.
Habib Rahman Qasim
POSTER PRESENTATIONS / BREAK / VISIT EXHIBITION
Resilence: what are the key factors?
Amira Allahham, Australia | Titus and Diane Radstake, the Netherlands | Marta Allue, Spain | Fredrik Huss, Sweden
Adapting and recovering are essential to healing after a burn injury and regaining control and purpose in life. In this session, we will discuss and better understand the key factors to address in order to help burn survivors develop resilience and achieve a better quality of life after their injury.
Moderators: Fredrik Huss and Paul Van Zuijlen
Amira Allahham, Carlisle, Australia on Effects of burns on brain and mental health
Titus and Diane Radstake, Elst, the Netherlands on Post-traumatic growth: our personal experience
Marta Allue, Tarragona, Spain on From victims to survivors
Fredrik Huss, Uppsala, Sweden on Fahrenheit 109,4
LUNCH / VISIT EXHIBITION
SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM | Integralife
25 years in building up a two layered skin with Integra Dermal Regeneration Template
Clemens Schiestl, Naiem Moiemen, Michel Brachet
Moderator: Prof. Clemens Schiestl, University Children’s Hospital, Zurich.
Speaker: Mr. Naiem Moiemen, Queen Elisabeth Hospital Birmingham.
- The rationale behind the template theory
Speaker: Dr. Michel Brachet, Percy Military Hospital, Paris
- How to integrate dermal matrices into burn reconstructive surgical practice: clinical cases presentation
Speaker: Prof. Clemens Schiestl
- Dermis is quality of life – Integra Dermal Regenerative Template in reconstructive surgery after burn injuries
Panel of Experts
Prof. Clemens Schiestl, University Children’s Hospital, Zurich
Mr. Naiem Moiemen, Queen Elisabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Dr. Michel Brachet, Percy Military Hospital, Paris
Integra® Dermal Regeneration Template represented a breakthrough innovation which transformed the paradigm for the treatment of life-threatening burns.
Over the past 25 years the Integra Technology has consistently demonstrated clinical excellence and its use has been expanded in clinical practice in a wide variety of wound reconstructive needs.
A lifelong journey, from the birth of the Integra® Dermal Regeneration Template to the longest clinical follow up available.
Major experts of burn reconstruction will drive us through the history of clinical indications and results, ranging from legacy applications through the management of acute cases, building up long term patients’ follow up.
Presentation and discussion of Prevention Committee activities
The Prevention Committee aims to prevent burn injuries in Europe and beyond.
All the burn care professionals, educationalists, and community workers wishing to promote burns prevention are invited to the meeting on Friday 8th of September.
Come to the meeting to discover the present and future activities of the EBA Prevention Committee and start to cooperate. If you are interested in joining the Prevention Committee and contributing to its activities, get in touch with Mamta Shah. Write an email introducing yourself and motivating your interest directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.6 PARALLEL SESSION - Organizational standards and mass casualties
Moderators: Franck Duteille
O3.6.1 The burden of disease of fatal and non‑fatal burn injuries for the full spectrum of care in the Netherlands
Margriet Van Baar, Netherlands
O3.6.2 The gas pipeline explosion of Ghislenghien in 2004: a successful implementation of the stay and play doctrine in the most serious Belgian outdoor mass burn casualty disaster
Serge Jennes, Belgium
O3.6.3 Patient, or Prisoner? - Acute Burn Injuries in Prisoners: The Birmingham Burns Centre Experience
Arash Rafie, United Kingdom
O3.6.4 Development and implementation of an interactive patient-reported outcome dashboard in Dutch burn care
Marjolein Van Der Vlegel, the Netherlands
O3.6.5 The urgent need to achieve an optimal strategic stock of human allogeneic skin graft materials in case of a mass disaster in Poland
Wojciech Łabuś, Poland
O3.6.6 Enzymatic debridement vs Surgical debridement for burn patients: comparison of real cost per patient at a tertiary centre
Patricia Martin-Playa, Spain
O3.6.7 Triage in burn mass casualty incidents: evaluation of the performance of European Burn Assessment Teams in simulation
Amy Hughes, United Kingdom
3.7 PARALLEL SESSION - Wounds
Moderators: Andy Williams | Alicia Perez
O4.1.5 Suprathel after enzymatic debridement with bromelain: our experience
Nerea Díaz Ros, Spain
O3.7.2 Use of human amniotic membrane as a temporary biological dressing in toxic epidermal necrolysis: literature review and case report of our center
Pedro Alvedro Ruiz, Spain
O3.7.3 Cold burns in the United Kingdom: A cohort study of patients presenting to a regional burn unit
Alexander Baldwin, UK
O3.7.4 safety, efficacy and clinical outcomes of cadaveric cryopreserved allograft skin
Andrea Dunkelman, USA
O3.7.5 Enzymatic debridement with bromelain for facial burns: our experience
Nerea Díaz Ros, Spain
O3.7.6 Biological selection and qualification strategy of an allogeneic bank of human dermal fibroblasts used for the preparation of epidermal substitutes
Celine Auxenfans, France
O3.7.7 Effectiveness of Tranexamic Acid in Burn Patients Undergoing Surgery: a systematic review
Joeri Slob, Netherlands
O3.7.8 Attempted suicide by self-immolation in Tunisia: 11 years after the revolution
Amel Mokline, Tunisia
3.8 PARALLEL SESSION - Pediatrics
Moderators: Folke Sjöberg | Katharina Schriek
03.8.1 Specificities of burns in children according to age group : Our national center experience
Amina Karray, Tunisia
03.8.2 Telemedicine used to advance burn care in Ukraine: case series of using dermal equivalents in one institution
Artem Posunko, Ukraine
03.8.3 Protocolized strategy for the management of burn wounds in the pediatric patient: experience in a spanish tertiary hospital
Unay Yilmaz, Spain
03.8.4 Improving the transition pathway for paediatric-to-adult burns care at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (CWH)
Georgia Curry, United Kingdom
3.8.5 Synthetic epidermal substitute in the treatment of partial thickness burns in paediatric patients: a 3-year experience of a tertiary centre
Sara Fernandes, Portugal
03.8.6 The efficacy of therapeutic interventions on pediatric burn patients’ height, weight, body composition, and muscle strength
Maxime Cuijpers, Netherland
3.8.7 Case series of pediatric burn in national refferal center : about 300 cases
Amina Karray, Tunisia
03.8.8 Operative treatment of pediatric burns – tertiary center experience in a cohort of 139 children
Dorde Kravljanac, Serbia
Special Interest Session
Hands on treating wounds and scars from a multidisciplinary perspective
Stefania Simone, Switzerland | Anna Schildt, Finland | Lottie Armitage, United Kingdom | Jill Meirte, Belgium | Sigrid Brokke, Norway | Dominique Potokar, France | Christelle Jung, Switzerland
Why attend this workshop?
This practically oriented workshop promotes an interdisciplinary exchange among all disciplines and encourages all participants to present different approaches to 1) early compression therapy, 2) different dressing fixation techniques in challenging body locations and 3) a special focus on challenges when we treat the face. We start with a theoretical introduction followed by different learning skill stations to practice the skills hands on and to learn from each other and with each other. The workshop will include practicing the techniques and skills on each other.
All burn care professionals with the desire to learn about treating wounds. No prior skill or experience is needed.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS / BREAK
Functional and Aesthetic Reconstruction of the face: from grafts to transplants and beyond
Julien Verdier, France | Delphine Vouilliaume, France | Jean Michel Rives, France | Juan Barret, Spain | Andrew Lindford, Finland | Thomas Leclerc, France | Arthur Caplan, United Kingdom
Common session SFB and EBA.
This session will be translated from English to French and from French to English.
The functional and aesthetic reconstruction of the face is a complex and multifaceted field involving various techniques and approaches. From autologous tissue graft and allograft reconstructive surgery to face transplantation and the possibilities offered by new technologies. Multiple options are now available to enhance a person’s appearance and restore their facial form and function. Short and long-term sequelae and ethical and psychological issues should either be considered to choose the best option for the patient.
Moderators: Franck Duteille and Andrew Lindford
Julien Verdier, Nantes, France on Face reconstruction methods
Delphine Vouilliaume, Lyon, France on Face reconstruction with expanded full thickness skin graft
Jean Michel Rives, Paris, France on Substitute skin in facial reconstruction
Juan Barret, Barcelona, Spain on Past and future of allograft for face reconstruction
Andrew Lindford, Helsinki, Finland on Long term sequelae and quality of life after face transplantation
Thomas Leclerc, Paris, France on Perioperative care of face Reconstruction
Arthur Caplan, New York, United Kingdom on Ethical Prospective of Facial Reconstruction
Jean Michel Rives