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Programme

Wednesday 07 Sep

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

PLENARY SESSION: Interactive Educational Course: clinical challenges

Chairs: Clemens Schiestl & Nadia Depetris

09:00

Clinical scenarios

Simona Cagnazzo and Anna Vaninetti, Italy

09:20

Acute burn phase

Athina Lavrentieva, Greece

09:40

Septic shock

Francesco De Rosa, Italy

10:10

Neuropathy following severe burns

Paolo Costa, Italy

10:30

Break

OPENING CEREMONY

11:00

Word of Welcome

Clemens Schiestl, President of the EBA & Maurizio Stella, Italy

11:30

Rudy Hermans Lecture: No skin no life

Martin Meuli, Switzerland

12:15

Lectio Magistralis: Epidermal stem cells and gene therapy of genetic skin diseases

Michele De Luca, Italy

13:00

SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

Sponsored by PolyNovo

PLENARY SESSION: The journey of the cultured keratinocyte: Where do we come from – what lies ahead

Chair: Naiem Moiemen & Maurizion Stella

14:00

Where we come from I – European history of cultured skin substitutes

Clemens Schiestl, Switzerland

14:15

Where we come from – what lies ahead – Swiss enterprise over 40 years

Anthony de Buys Roessingh, Switzerland

14:25

What lies ahead I – The Granada Story

Miguel Alaminos Mingorance, Spain

14:35

What lies ahead II – The Zurich –Story

Sophie Böttcher, Switzerland

SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM by B. BRAUN

Chair: Uwe Kaufhold

15:00

B. Braun Prontosan® Wound Gel X, the Ghent experience

Karel Claes, Belgium, and Kimberly De Mey, Belgium

15:00

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

15:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

SESSION ACUTE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

Chairs: Tom Potokar & Clemens Schiestl

15:30

Keynote lecture: Acute surgical management in austere settings

Dr. Habib Ur Rahman Qasim, Afghanistan

15:55

O.001 A prospective multi-centre randomised study for the treatment of burns with dermis grafts or split-thickness skin grafts

Andrew Lindford, Finland

16:05

O.002 Meek micrografting for burns; review on its outcomes. Searching for the superior skin grafting technique

Danielle Rijpma, the Netherlands

16:15

O.003 Hydrosurgical and conventional debridement of burns: randomized clinical trial

Nine Legemate, the Netherlands

16:25

O.004 The timing of surgery of intermediate depth burns

Denise van Uden, the Netherlands

16:35

O.005 Functional and Aesthetic Outcome of acute III° burn injuries to the dorsum of the hand after free flap transfer

Simon Kuepper, Germany

16:45

O.006 The versatility of perifascial loose areolar tissue grafting in extremity burns

Burak Ozkan, Turkey

NURSING

Chairs: Anna Schildt & Christine Rosch

15:30

O.007 How to implement Aromatherapy on a burn Centre

Anneke Melissant, the Netherlands

15:40

O.008 Which were the effects of restrictive visits during COVID pandemic to severely burned patients, their relatives and medic staff?

Ma. Luisa Perez del Prado, Spain

15:50

O.009 Evaluation of a brief burn-specific screening instrument

Helma Hofland, the Netherlands

16:00

O.010 Completing the toolbox of pain measures: A multicenter clinimetric study on pain measurement in critically ill adults with burns

Alette de Jong, the Netherlands

16:10

O.011 The role of nurses in a Non-Profit Organization. Cute Project Experience

Vicenzo Lo Vermi, Italy

16:20

O.012 Setting the scene: Simulation training for Burn nurses

Susan Molloy, the Netherlands

16:30

O.013 Nutritional impact symptoms in patients 6 months after minor burn injury – a questionnaire survey

Josefin dimander, Sweden

16:40

O.014 Do we apply the appropriate measures to prevent and treat delirium in severely burned patients? Review of actions carried out by nursing staff to the management of delirium

Pol Miguel Puigbarraca, Spain

CRITICAL CARE

Chairs: Amen Messadi & Tina Palmieri

15:30

Keynote lecture: The use of procalcitonin to guide antibiotic therapy in burns

Prof. Amen Messadi, Tunisia

15:45

O.015 High-voltage electrical injury : a 4-year retrospective analysis of 145 cases at a burn center in Tunisia

Amel Mokline, Tunisia

15:55

O.016 Does optimizing prophylactic anticoagulation in burns reduce venous thromboembolism complications?

Amel Mokline, Tunisia

16:05

O.017 Vasoactive and/or inotropic drugs in initial resuscitation of burn injuries: A systematic review

Kristine Knappskog, Norway

16:15

O.018 Utility of partial pressure of venous to arterial carbon dioxide gradient. Guide and prognostic value in critically burn patients.

Jesús Soto Gómez Cambronero, Spain

16:25

O.019 Initial albuminemia and albumin administration in severely burned patients; do they matter?

Olivier Pantet, Switzerland

16:35

O.020 Burns mortality prediction models comparative study in a Portuguese burn centre: 5-year study

Gonçalo Ferreira, Portugal

16:45

O.021 Acute kidney injury in septic burn patients; incidence and outcome

Athina Lavrentieva, Greece

BURN DATA AND REGISTRY

Chairs: Naiem Moiemen & Giovanni Alessandro

15:30

The importance of data in Burn Care

Prof. Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

15:45

O.022 Quality of burn care from the patients’ perspective: relevance of outcomes and quality indicators

Nina Lansdorp, the Netherlands

15:55

O.023 Burn centres Outcomes Registry the Netherlands (BORN): first results of implementation

Margriet van Baar, the Netherlands

16:05

O.024 Analysis of Factors Affecting Burns Mortality: A National Burn Centre Experience from Pakistan 2007-21

Muhammad Rehan, Pakistan

16:15

O.025 Multinational analysis of the treatment of burn patients in Africa – infrastructure, challenges and solutions

Julia Elrod, Switzerland

16:25

O.026 Epidemiology of burns in Latin America: do we need a regional burn registry?

Orlando Flores, Chile

16:35

O.027 Epidemiological trends of burns, 2016-2020 in Lithuania

Viljamas Sipavičius, Lithuania

16:45

O.028 Elderly patients in a major Burn Center: a 5-year review

Dmitri Shelepenko, Portugal

WORKSHOP: MY SOFTEST SCAR. TENSION AND REDUCING TAPING TO IMPROVE SCARRING

Pre registration is required. Limited places

15:30

Peter Moortgat (Belgium) and, Danila Toscano (Italy)

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My softest scar: Tension reducing taping to improve scarring

Wednesday 7th of September 2022, 15.30-17:00

Why attend this workshop?

Burn scars require a multimodal and multidisciplinary approach to improving aesthetic and functional results.

Tension-reducing taping showed beneficial effects in the post-acute rehabilitation phase of burns.

This workshop allows you to meet physical therapists of two different European centers who integrate the use of taping into their multimodal approach to post burns care.

Peter and Danila will share with you the theory behind their methods, their practical approaches toward physical scar management, and the demonstration of their specific tension-reducing taping techniques.

For whom?

Physical therapists caring for better results in post-burn scars

17:00

SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM

Sponsored by Kerecis

18:00

WELCOME RECEPTION

Thursday 08 Sep

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

COFFEE WITH THE EXPERT

Pre registration is required

Moortgat

Peter Moortgat, Belgium

Physical Therapist

07:30

To cut or not to cut?

After introducing the general principles of scar management, Peter Moortgat will share some clinical cases and discuss with the participants different options of treatment.

When will we choose non-invasive, semi-invasive, or invasive burn scar management?

 

Participation is free, but space is limited! Please register to secure your spot (with Italian cappuccino and croissant included!)

08:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

ENZYMATIC DEBRIDEMENT

Chairs: Peter Vogt & Maurizio Governa

08:30

Keynote lecture: Enzymatic debridement: indications, technique and complications

Dr. Maurizio Governa

08:45

O.029 The use of enzymatic debridement therapy for deep burns treatment according to functional regions–a clinical study

Angela Tecuceanu, Romania

08:55

O.030 Mortality reduction in major burn patients over 70 years old treated with enzymatic debridement

Rocio Terrados, Spain

09:05

O.031 Helpful hints in deciding what and when to operate after enzymatic debridement

Karel Claes, Belgium

09:15

O.032 One year follow up results of the DETECT enzymatic debridement multicenter RCT

Yaron Shoham, Israel

09:25

O.033 Laser speckle contrast analysis (LASCA) technology for the evaluation of burn wound enzymatic debridement

Karolina Ziółkowska, Poland

09:35

O.034 Elderly patients and burn injury: enzymatic debridement, did we gain anything? Preliminary data

Jasminka Minic, Italy

09:45

O.035 The benefit of Nexobrid on patients with partial to full thickness burns compared to those undergoing a surgical escharectomy

Antonella Marisa Citello, italy

REHABILITATION

Chairs: Renate Pfann & Jill Meirte

08:30

O.036 Fatigue after burn – how does fatigue affect daily activities, health-related quality of life, and return to work. Preliminary results

Sara Enblom, Sweden

08:40

O.037 Exoskeleton Robot Using 3-Dimensional Modeling in Hand Burn Injury Patient

Cheong Hoon Seo, Republic of Korea

08:50

O.038 Health-related quality of life and social reintegration after burns

Maria Fernanda Hutter, Austria

09:00

O.039 Development and validation of an algorithm for the identification of activities typical for burn intensive care patients based on two accelerometers

Yvonne Dikkema, the Netherlands

09:10

O.040 Implementation of a cross-cultural knowledge translation model in paediatric burns in Chile: a pilot initiative

Jennifer Garcia, Chile

09:20

O.041 Selfmanagement...right at the start

Karin Bouwmeester, the Netherlands

09:30

O.042 Aquatic exercise therapy after burn injury – an implementation project

Saskia Sizoo, the Netherlands

09:40

O.043 A Field training course for the rehabilitation of severe burn victims, from the acute phase to the scarring phase: a response for the use of rehabilitation management in the area

Daniela Arena, Italy

MAJOR WOUNDS AND SKIN LOSS

Chairs: Luis Cabral & Maurizio Stella

08:30

O.044 Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis specific modified SCORTEN used for accurate prediction of mortality: a ten-year single-center study

Zahra Haghani Dogahe, Iran

08:40

O.045 Necrotizing fasciitis: 10 years of experience at coimbra’s burn centre

Inês Catalão, Portugal

08:50

O.046 The Impact of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections: A Qualitative Study

Jaco Suijker, the Netherlands

09:00

O.047 Approaches to Surgical Debridement in Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections: Outcomes of an Animated, Interactive Survey

Jaco Suijker, the Netherlands

09:10

O.048 Clinically important HLA alleles in severe systemic hypersensitivity reactions to drugs

Roberta Verrua, Italy

09:20

O.049 A combined protocol of plasmapheresis and IVIGs reduces mortality in TEN

Agnieszka Surowiecka, Poland

09:30

O.050 The experience of burn center units into the GRESIF study in the management of Stevens-Johnson syndrome/TEN

Roberta verrua, Italy

09:40

O.051 Nonburn patients in burn units: a 11-year burn centre experience

José Miguel Meneses Amorim Azevedo, Portugal

BASIC RESEARCH

Chairs: Clemens Schiestl & Mamta Shah

08:30

Keynote lecture: From basic research to clinical practice

Dr. Tiziana Musso

08:55

O.052 Monocyte- and neutrophil extracellular traps are present in the dermal microvasculature of burns wounds and coincide with a procoagulant phenotype

Britt van der Leeden, the Netherlands

09:05

O.053 Investigating the molecular and cellular pathophysiology of Heterotopic Ossification after burn injury

Nicola Foster, Australia

09:15

O.054 Burn Injury Causes Long-Lasting Influx of Neutrophils, Release of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines and Shifts in T Cell Composition in Blood and Burn Tissue from Patients

Patrick Mulder, the Netherlands

09:25

O.055 Impact of severe burns on pancreatic islets: An experimental model in rats

Santiago Santelis, Turkey

09:35

O.056 An assessment of pressure delivery beneath negative pressure wound therapy utilising a cadaveric porcine model

Emma Lumsden, Australia

09:45

O.057 Detailed Characterization of a Novel Human Ex Vivo Model for Burn Injuries

Petra Kotzbeck, Austria

OUTCOMES

Chairs: Athina Lavrentieva & Jyrki Vuola

08:30

Keynote Lecture: Burn Care outcomes: an international perspective

Dr. Laura Pompermaier, Sweden

08:55

O.058 Long-term mortality and predictors in elderly burn patients, a 10-year national longitudinal cohort study

Charlotte Cords, the Netherlands

09:05

O.059 Patients’ experience of care in Dutch burn centers and aftercare: results from focus groups

Lotte van Dammen, the Netherlands

09:15

O.060 Analysis of rehabilitation goals in the rehabilitation of burn victims according to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health - Development of a ICF core set

Hubert Neubauer, Germany

09:25

O.061 Severe burns: a nationwide study on management and outcomes

Anouk Pijpe, the Netherlands

09:35

O.062 Course of perceived fatigue after pediatric burns – a prospective cohort study

Moniek Akkerman, the Netherlands

09:45

O.063 Prevalence and levels of perceived fatigue following burns: preliminary results of a systematic review

Julia Prent, the Netherlands

WORKSHOP: OPTIMAL NUTRITIONAL THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH BURNS: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

Pre registration is required, limited places

08:30

Yvonne Verwij-Tilleman (the Netherlands), Frederiek G. Bosch (the Netherlands), Marianne K. Nieuwenhuis (the Netherlands) and Daren K. Heyland (Canada)

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Optimal nutritional therapy in patients with burns: from theory to practice

Thursday 8th of September 2022, 8.30-10:00 AM

Why attend this workshop? 

Nutritional therapy is an essential part of the multidisciplinary burn treatment.

In fact, burns induce a hypermetabolic, inflammatory and catabolic state, leading to increased nutritional demands. Suboptimal nutritional therapy, and immobilisation or lack of exercise further worsen nutritional status. Malnutrition in hospitalised patients is associated with higher morbidity and mortality, decreased wound healing, daily functioning, substantial longer in hospital stay, and increased costs.

However, feeding patients with severe burns according to current guidelines can be a challenge.

During this workshop, both theory and practice of delivering optimal nutritional therapy in patients with burns will be covered. Current state of the evidence, including current scientific knowledge gaps, practical experiences and opportunities for the optimisation of nutritional therapy will be shared and discussed with participants.

For whom?

Any burn care professionals interested in optimising nutritional therapy in their patients.

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10:00

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

PLENARY SESSION: Identity in Burn Care through Bioethics, Social Sciences and Arts

10:30

Bioethics in Burn care

Folke Sjöberg, Sweden

11:00

Social Sciences in Burn Care

Paola Chesi, Italy

11:30

Arts in Burn Care

Mark Fisher, US

12:00

SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

Sponsored by Mediwound

12:00

PAM COMMITTEE MEETING: Presentation and Discussion of PAM Committee activities

Room Londra

13:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

CRITICAL CARE

Chairs: Maurizio Berdino & Folke Sjöberg

13:30

Keynote lecture: Toxicology in burn patients

Romolo Villani, Italy

13:55

O.064 Impacts of patient administered analgesia in an acute burns clinic

Isabella Stevens-Harris, United Kingdom

14:05

O.065 Burn patients and delirium risks

Aoife O'Brien, Ireland

14:15

O.066 NMDA receptor encephalitis and others neurological disorders in burn victims

Thorben Dieck, Germany

14:25

O.067 Haemoglobin Transfusion threshold in adult burns intensive care: "How low do we go?"

Christopher van Wyk, United Kingdom

14:35

O.068 Cutaneous steam burns and steam inhalation injuries. A case report and a literature review

Sebastian Holm, Sweden

14:45

O.069 Association between T-REGULARY Cells and Outcome in Patients with Severe Burn Injuries

Roberta Giampieri, Italy

PSYCHOSOCIAL

Chairs: Koen Maertens & Guila Fidel

13:30

O.070 Mental health and burn patients

Raimo Palmu, Finland

13:40

O.071 Post-traumatic stress symptoms and interpersonal processes in burn survivors and their partner

Elise Boersma-van Dam, the Netherlands

13:50

O.072 Body image dissatisfaction and sexual problems after burns

Nancy van Loey, the Netherlands

14:00

O.073 A preliminary study to build a diversity sexual guideline in a burn unit

Sara Giula Fidel-Kinori, Spain

14:10

O.074 Self-inflicted versus accidental burn injuries: a systematic review of characteristics and outcomes

Ezekwe Amirize, United Kingdom

14:20

O.075 Good quality of life 30 years after a mass burn accident: a case report of 85 years old man

Janneke Damen, the Netherlands

14:30

O.076 The vital role of the social worker in the burn centre

Klaudia Kokkola, Finland

14:40

O.077 Pain, depression, anxiety, alexithymia and poor sleep in patients with post-burn hypertrophic scars

Sara Gavinelli, Italy

WOUND CLOSURE

Chairs: Franck Duteille & Antonio Di Lonardo

13:30

Keynote lecture: Principles of burn wound closure

Juan P. Barret, Spain

13:55

O.078 Monitoring of biomarkers during wound healing and the impact of exacerbated inflammation

Anna-Lisa Pignet, Austria

14:05

O.079 A retrospective study on rapid removal of biofilm and necrosis with a hygroscopic chemical debriding compound

Michel Hermans, the Netherlands

14:15

O.080 Platelet-Rich Plasma in Burns: a Scoping Review

Gonçalo Ferreira, Portugal

14:25

O.081 Randomized controlled trial of 2nd Degree Burns treatment0: Silver Sulfadiazine versus natural silk

Eric Dantzer, France

14:35

O.082 Developing a burn-specific perioperative checklist: version zero, a starting point

Laura Cappuyns, United Kingdom

14:45

O.083 Artificial Dermis, an alternative to flaps

Eric Dantzer, France

SCARS

Chairs: Jyrki Vuola & Franz Baruffaldi Preis

13:30

Keynote lecture: Principles of scar treatment in rehabilitation

Peter Moortgat, Belgium

13:55

O.084 Corticosteroid embedded dissolving microneedles (CEDMN) are a painless and effective alternative to intralesional injection in the management of hypertrophic scarring.

Ignace De Decker, Belgium

14:05

O.085 Achieving optimal hydration in scar management: moisturizers versus fluid silicone gels

Ignace De Decker, Belgium

14:15

O.086 An Evidence-Based laser Therapy Algorithm for the Treatment of Burn Scars

Rajiv Sood, United States

14:25

O.087 Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in Burn Scar Rehabilitation: A Guide to Implementation and Evaluation

Jill Meirte, Belgium

14:35

O.088 Comparative study of intralesional injection of triamcinolone and verapamil-triamcinolone in the treatment of keloids: a single-blinded randomized clinical trial

Zahra Haghani Dogahe, Iran

14:45

O.089 Mechanomodulation: Physical Treatment Modalities Employ Mechanotransduction to Improve Scarring

Ulrike Van Daele, Belgium

WORKSHOP: VISUAL ARTS IN BURN SURGERY (DIDACTIC SESSION)

Pre registration is required. Limited places

15:30

Mark Fisher (USA), Laura Pompermaier (Sweden), Dacia Mastrantuono, Anna Marchisio and Elisa Curestiuc (Italy)

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Visual Arts in Burn Surgery

Thursday 8th of September 2022, 13.30-15.00 (Didactic session)

Friday 9th of September 2022, 08.30-10.30 (Practical session)

Why attend this workshop?

Visual arts introduce different ways of thinking and perceiving the identity and beauty of people.

The practice of visual arts, such as drawing, sculpture and photography, may be integrated into the  burn reconstructive process, allowing professionals and patients to see, perceive and feel the self after injury.

The Workshop will include two parts: a didactic session reviewing the use of visual art tools in the planning of reconstructive burn surgery, and a practical charcoal studio drawing session with the guidance of art students and experienced instructors.  Participants will draw a series of ‘virtual models’ with burn contractures and deformities.  Through this experience we will develop our ability to burn reconstructive process.

For whom?

All burn care professionals with the desire to develop the personal visual perception of identity and beauty. No prior skill or experience is needed.

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15:00

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

15:30

PLENARY SESSION: Identity after Fire Disasters (Cineforum)

Speakers: Stian Almeland, Norway, Koen Maertens, Belgium, Eleonora Balzani, Italy

17:00

EBA GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Only accessible for EBA members

Friday 09 Sep

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

COFFEE WITH THE EXPERT

Pre registration is required

Palmieri

Tina Palmieri, US

Intensivist and Burn Surgeon

07:30

To tube or not to tube?

After introducing the general principles of airway management and ventilation in burns, Tina Palmieri will share some clinical cases and discuss with the participants different options of treatment.

When will we choose to intubate or ventilate our patient? Maybe will we perform a tracheostomy?

 

Participation is free, but space is limited! Please register to secure your spot (with Italian cappuccino and croissant included!)

08:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

PEDIATRIC SURGERY

Chairs: Fabrizio Gennari & Laetitia Meuli

08:30

Keynote lecture; basic principles of burn care in children

Martin Meuli, Switzerland

08:55

O.090 Acute, non-excisional debridement under general anaesthesia in paediatric burns decreases time to re-epithelialisation and risk of skin graft: A cohort study.

Bronwym Griffin, Australia

09:05

O.091 The effect of burns on children's growth trajectory: a nationwide study

Maxime Dominique Cuijpers, the Netherlands

09:15

O.092 Factors that influence pain in children undergoing a burn dressing change: a retrospective cohort review of 2013 paediatric burn patients

Maleea Holbert, Australia

09:25

O.093 High-voltage electrical burn in children

Hana Fredj, Tunisia

09:35

O.094 Fatal hyperacute liver failure in acute burned children after application of a primary wound dressing containing polyhexanide biguanide 0.3%

Cesar Centeno, Mexico

REHABILIATION

Chairs: Renate Pfann & Jill Meirte

08:30

O.095 The use of a unique silicone-lined thermoplastic to fabricate a portfolio of orthoses to manage burn scar hypertrophy and contractures.

Michael Serghiou, United States

08:40

O.096 Efficacy of exercise rehabilitation during the acute phase of burns: A multicenter trial

David R. Schieffelers, Belgium

08:50

O.097 Elastic adhesive tape in post burn scars, a preliminary study in rehabilitation

Danila Toscano, Italy

09:00

O.098 Assessment of burn scar contracture: a call for change

Marianne Nieuwenhuis, the Netherlands

09:10

O.099 A retrospective study on patients admitted to the major burn centre of the CTO of Turin with outcomes attributable to the illness of a ‘critically ill patient’

Lorena Sarzi, Italy

09:20

O.100 Correlation between muscle wasting and muscle weakness in adult burns throughout burn centre stay

David R. Schieffelers, Belgium

09:30

O.101 Somatosensory rehabilitation of neuropathic pain in burn survivors: a case report

Miranda Venema, the Netherlands

09:40

O.102 Lifelong Fitness Testing: The Steep Ramp Test in Dutch adults and elderly: age- and sex-related norm values, and its reproducibility, validity, and underlying physiological responses

Ingeborg Trul, the Netherlands

09:50

O.103 Skeletal muscle thickness assessment with ultrasonography is reliable in hospitalized patients with burns

Frederiek G. Bosch, the Netherlands

BURN CENTRE ORGANIZATION

Chairs: Peter Vogt & Nadia Depetris

08:30

Keynote lecture: The EBA Verification Program

Clemens Schiestl, Switzerland

08:55

O.104 the trigger tool as a method to measure adverse events in a burn center

Giulio Maggio, Italy

09:05

O.105 Experience experts as team members – Involvement of burn survivors in burn care and research

Carine van Schie, the Netherlands

09:15

O.108 Optimising Highly Specialised Burn Care, Education & Research in the Netherlands

Inge Spronk, the Netherlands

09:25

O.107 Burns Care Training for Low-income Countries: A Literature Review and Critical Appraisal

Tiffanie-Marie Borg, United Kingdom

09:35

O.106 Identifying the best treatment strategies to improve burn care by the development of a value-based healthcare framework

Inge Spronk, the Netherlands

RECONSTRUCTION

Chairs: Enrico Vigato & Enrique Steiger

08:30

Keynote lecture: Reconstruction in austere settings: the role of International Organizations

Enrique Steiger, Switzerland

08:55

O.110 Reconstruction of the subcutis in adherent burn scars using autologous fat grafting through washing as processing technique: a one year prospective follow-up study

Danielle Rijpma, the Netherlands

09:05

O.111 Comparison in the treatment of burn scars using lipofilling and ablative and non-ablative fractional laser

Guiseppe Spaltro, Italy

09:15

O.112 Effects of Intradermal Autologous Platelet rich Plasma Injection on Graft and Donor Site on healing and scar formation

Elif Asfuroglu, Turkey

09:25

O.113 Reconstruction of a burn sequel of the hand with long-narrow free radial forearm flap

Emin Turk, Turkey

09:35

O.114 Microsurgical free tissue transfer for deep scalp burns: Our experience in 7 patients in a major burn unit

Alex Arteaga Pérez, Spain

09:45

O.115 Bilateral upper and lower lid ectropions caused by domestic off-label use of a liquid unblocker – Case report

Sophia Papadopoulou, Greece

SKIN BANK

Chairs: Carlotta Castagnoli & Sophie Böttcher

08:30

O.116 The indications and outcomes of synthetic and biological skin substitutes in burn patients

Robin Verwilligen, the Netherlands

08:40

O.117 Challenges in the application of dermal substitutes; a qualitative study

Robin Verwilligen, the Netherlands

08:50

O.118 25-year review of the Helsinki Skin Bank

Jyrki Vuola, Finland

09:00

O.119 Establishment of an amnion bank - a sustainable dressing

Jennifer Berg Drejoee, Denmark

09:10

O.120 The Tissue and Cell Factory Turin Skin Bank

Irene Cambieri, Italy

09:20

O.121 Cultured fibroblasts gel-based biokol, in the combined treatment of deep burns

Kamaliddin Salakhiddinov, Uzbekistan

09:30

O.122 Use of Human Amniotic Membrane (HAM) for burn treatment : clinical aspects and outcomes in 10 years experience

Alex Pontini, Italy

09:40

O.123 Evaluation of time impact on Cryopreservention of human donor skin by means of LC-OCT

Carmen Orte Cano, Belgium

WORKSHOP: VISUAL ARTS IN BURN SURGERY (PRACTICAL SESSION)

Pre registration is required, limited places

08:30

Mark Fisher (USA), Laura Pompermaier (Sweden), Dacia Mastrantuono, Anna Marchisio and Elisa Curestiuc (Italy)

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Visual Arts in Burn Surgery

Thursday 8th of September 2022, 13.30-15.00 (Didactic session)

Friday 9th of September 2022, 08.30-10.30 (Practical session)

Why attend this workshop?

Visual arts introduce different ways of thinking and perceiving the identity and beauty of people.

The practice of visual arts, such as drawing, sculpture and photography, may be integrated into the  burn reconstructive process, allowing professionals and patients to see, perceive and feel the self after injury.

The Workshop will include two parts: a didactic session reviewing the use of visual art tools in the planning of reconstructive burn surgery, and a practical charcoal studio drawing session with the guidance of art students and experienced instructors.  Participants will draw a series of ‘virtual models’ with burn contractures and deformities.  Through this experience we will develop our ability to burn reconstructive process.

For whom?

All burn care professionals with the desire to develop the personal visual perception of identity and beauty. No prior skill or experience is needed.

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10:00

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

10:30

PLENARY SESSION: Burn Surgery: A Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Surgical Management

Tina Palmieri, US

PLENARY SESSION: Can nutrients be used to improve outcomes of severe burns?

11:15

Daren Heyland, Canada

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Can nutrients be used to improve outcomes in severe burns?
Do you think that nutrients can impact the clinical outcomes of severe burn patients? Come to this session to hear the results of the largest randomized trial of severe burn patients ever conducted, The RE-ENERGIZE trial, which randomized 1200 patients from 54 burn units from 14 countries to receive enteral glutamine or placebo. In the same presentation, we will present the background rationale for the VICToRY trial which aims to enroll 666 patients with severe burns to high dose intravenous vitamin C.

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12:00

SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

12:00

PREVENTION COMMITTEE MEETING

Presentation and Discussion of Prevention Committee activities

13:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

COVID-19 AND BURN CARE

Chairs: thomas Leclerc & Athina Lavrentieva

13:30

Keynote lecture: How Covid-19 has been affecting Burn Care

Thomas Leclerc, France

13:55

O.124 How the use of apropriate skills have safeguarded the health of burn patients during COVID 19 pandemic. Experience of Milano Burn Unit

Antonella Marisa Citterio, Italy

14:05

O.125 A UK Burns Unit experience during the COVID pandemic

Isabella Stevens-Harris, United Kingdom

14:05

O.126 Burn injury during Covid-19 pandemic: the Greek experience

Sophia Papadopoulou, Greece

14:25

O.127 How did the covid-19 lockdown affected the number and characteristics of burn related injuries in catalonia (spain)?

Bernat López Masramon, Spain

14:35

O.128 Influence of Covid-19 pandemic conditions on the features of pediatric minor burn injuries

Ayse Ebru Abali, Turkey

14:45

O.129 Changing in pediatric burn demographic during COVID-19 pandemic: data from two high-volume Italian pediatric burn centers

Valeria Malvasio, Italy

PREVENTION

Chairs: Koen Maertens & Mamta Shah

13:30

Keynote lecture: May we prevent burn injuries? The EBA activities

Mamta Shah, United Kingdom

13:45

O.130 Cuty Firephant Project: an innovative school-based education campaign to prevent burn injuries in children

Valeria Malvasio, italy

13:55

O.131 A systematic review of the epidemiology of burn injuries in people with epilepsy

Moses Ikpeme, United Kingdom

14:05

O.132 When pasta is not "perfettamente al dente" – paediatric burns associated with cooking pasta. A 5-year experience of paediatric burns centre

Francesca Ghini, United Kingdom

14:15

O.133 Would you like a pineapple with that? Pizza related injuries among paediatric population over 5 years: a British Burns Centre Experience

Francesca Ghini, United Kingdom

14:25

O.134 Burn injuries caused by contact with motorcycle´s exhaust pipes: a double risk for children

Orlando Flores, Chile

14:35

O.135 Global burn prevention: Ukraine

Robert Dabek, United States

14:45

O.136 EPIBURNS: a project to assess the burden of seizure related burns among epileptic patients

Antonio Bulla, Spain

PEDIATRICS

Chairs: Naiem Moiemen & Enrico Pinzauti

13:30

Keynote lecture: Small adults? Insights in Pediatric Burn Care

Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

13:55

O.137 Identifying acquired methemoglobinemia in pediatric burns: a 10-year survey

Iulia Nacea, Romania

14:05

O.138 Full thickness Burn to the Fingers - Free flap in a 2-year-old Child?

Simon Kuepper, Germany

14:15

O.139 Use of homologous skin grafts in pediatric burns - a case series

Giuseppe Spaltro, Italy

14:25

O.140 Surgical Strategy for Extensive Pediatric Burns in Pandemic Times

Dan Mircea Enescu, Romania

14:35

O.141 A new technique in the treatment of full-thickness scalp and skull burns in children: Combination of forming multiple holes with Burr hole and vacuum-assisted closure (VAC)

Sabri Demir, Turkey

NEW IDEAS AND INNOVATIONS

Chairs: Mark Fisher & Antony De Roessing Buys

13:30

O.142 Cell manufacturing facility at Lausanne University Hospital, GMP ATMP productions into a public institution: We do it

Jean-François Brunet, Switzerland

13:40

O.143 The effect of burn injuries on brain transcriptomics and metabolomics

Amira Allahham, Australia

13:50

O.144 Non-contact dressing by electrospinning - the future of wound treatment?

Sebastian Nischwitz, Austria

14:00

O.145 Illusory movements physiotherapy attenuates muscle waisting and catabolism in acute large thermal injury

Bohumil Bakalář, Czech Republic

14:10

O.146 Computational modeling of the post-burn immune response

Ibrahim Korkmaz, the Netherlands

14:20

O.147 Surgical simulation training for escharotomy: a novel course, improving candidate’s confidence in a time critical procedure.

John Gibson, United Kingdom

14:30

O.148 Estimation of laser Doppler imaging from digital photos: Towards a more affordable burn assessment solution

Andrea Rozo, Belgium

14:40

O.149 New approach to the production of a Biovital Skin Graft based on Human Acellular Dermal Matrix produced in-house, in vitro revitalized internally by human fibrobasts and keratinocytes on the surface

Wojciech Łabuś, Poland

RESEARCH: VICToRY TRIAL STUDY MEETING

13:30

Daren Heyland, Canada

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The VICToRY Trial meeting

For more than 2 decades, there has been interest in the role of high dose vitamin C in the management of severe burn patients. We have recently received funding to conduct the pivotal trial that aims to randomly allocate 666 patients with severe burns to receive either high dose intravenous vitamin 6 or placebo. The purpose of this session is to review the background rationale for vitamin C in management of burns, review study status to date, and explain key methodological and operational issues. This session is open to all; we are actively recruiting sites. Come and learn more!

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15:00

E-POSTERS PRESENTATIONS

PLENARY SESSION: the European Burn Journal: reporting science research to progress in burn care

15:30

The European Burn Journal

Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

15:45

Main contribution

Leopoldo Cancio, US

16:00

How to read (and write) a scientific article

Antony De Roessing Buys, Switzerland

PLENARY SESSION: Should prognostic scores guide end of life decisions in burn care? (Pro-Con debate)

16:15

Prognostic scores in Burn Care

Valentina Genco, Italy

16:25

Yes, we can use prognostic scores to guide end-of-life decisions in burn care

P, Vogt, Germany

16:35

No, we can not use prognostic scores to guide end-of-life decisions in burn care

Folke Sjöberg, Sweden

16:45

How to integrate prognostic scores in everyday practice

Marco Vergano, Italy

17:00

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

20:00

GALA DINNER

Saturday 10 Sep

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

08:30

SPECIAL INTEREST SESSION: Burn injury beyond survival

PAM and Prevention Committee

08:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

BURN CARE AND CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES

Chairs: Tom Potokar & Habib Qadim

08:30

Keynote Lecture: International Humanitarian Organizations and Burn Care

Tom Potokar, Switzerland

08:55

O.150 Challanges and Management Of Burn Patients Transferred From War Area : A review of Eight Years

Elif Asfuroglu, Turkey

09:05

O.151 Help from the Czech Republic to burn the community in Ukraine

Robert Zajicek, Czech Republic

09:15

O.152 Response of a single european burn center to centelles mass casualty burn disaster. Enzymatic debridement utility

Jon Ander Aguirrezabala, Spain

09:25

O.153 Management of burnt patients during the wildfires in Athens, July 2018

Dimitrios Krikonis, Greece

09:35

O.154 Impact of COVID-19 on the antimicrobial resistance trends at the Bulgarian National Burn Center

Dario Carlo Premuselli, Bulgaria

INFECTIONS

Chairs: Francesco Derosa & Luis Cabral

08:30

Keynote lecture: Antibiotic stewardship in burn patients

Athina Lavrentieva, Greece

08:55

O.155 Procalcitonin-guided antibiotic therapy in septic burns: An effective strategy?

Amel Mikline, tunisia

09:05

O.156 Multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from burn patients:phenotypic profile and molecular typing

Marzak Metref, Algeria

09:15

O.157 Sepsis and multiorgan Dysfunction Syndrome (MODS) in severe burns: a focus on data in Turin Burn Center

Anna Pensa, Italy

09:25

O.158 Early bloodstream infection and their impact on in-hospital mortality in severe burn patients

Anna Pensa, Italy

09:35

O.159 Comparison of infections among critically ill burn patients versus toxic epidermal necrolysis and other critical skin syndromes.

Jesús Soto Gómez Cambronero, Spain

09:45

O.160 Is there a place for PSP (Pancreatic Stone Protein) in the critically ill burn patient?

Alba Lopez Fernandez, Spain

SCARS

Chairs: Stian Alemalnd & Christian Pascone

08:30

Keynote lecture: Analyzing the root cause of burn scars: the key to designing effective prevention and treatment

Mark Fisher, United States

08:55

O.161 Development of the Patient Scale of the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale (POSAS) version 3.0

Paul van Zuijlen, the Netherlands

09:05

O.162 Longitudinal follow-up of scar related outcome parameters in children after a burn injury162

Peter Moortgat, Belgium

09:15

O.163 Patients’ satisfaction and scar quality of the donor site after split thickness skin grafting

Danielle Rijpma, the Netherlands

09:25

O.164 Working Towards Holistic Scar Assessment and Improved Shared Decision-Making in Global Burn Care

Elleke Munk, the Netherlands

09:35

O.165 Evidence of effectiveness of massage on rehabilitation treatment of burn scars

Henri Bibaki, Italy

09:45

O.166 The course of patient-reported scar quality in patients with intermediate burns up to 5-7 years postburn

J.N. Dijkshoorn, the Netherlands

WORKSHOP: COSMETIC CAMOUFLAGE MAKE-UP FOR RESTORING BURN SURVIVORS' IDENTITY

Pre registration is required; limited places

08:30

Franck Duteille (France), Stefania Anna Simone (Switzerland), Silvia Magi and Antonella Lanzoni (italy)

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Cosmetic camouflage make-up for restoring burn survivors’ identity

Saturday 10th of September 2022, 8:30-10:00

Why attend this workshop?

Visible scars and skin irregularities, after burn injuries, alter a person’s body image, self-esteem and result in significant distress. Medical camouflage offers a way to color-match skin irregularities and reduces the visual attention to the scars from people around those affected. Camouflage is an important tool that gives those affected a choice over their appearance and a sense of control over how they want to look every day.

During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the application of camouflage techniques: starting with theoretical basics, turning over to practical examples and discussing tips based on personal experiences. Camouflage’s role in rebuilding confidence after burn injuries will be discussed in the panel afterwards.

For whom?

Burn care professionals interested in learning more about camouflage techniques.

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10:00

Coffee break

10:30

PLENARY SESSION: Special insights in infections in burn care

Thomas Leclerc, France, Silvia Scabini, Italy, Marisa Caetano, Italy

11:00

PLENARY SESSION: Who is the burn care professional?

Round table

12:00

Adjournment