Electronic posters (ePosters) will be prepared in PowerPoint and displayed for the duration of the meeting on the Delegate App and on flat screen monitors in the trade and catering area. Poster slides will rotate automatically and each will be shown for one minute duration at a time. Delegates will be able to pause individual posters to view them in more detail.

ePosters Due: COB 1st October 2018

ePoster Slide Upload
Please use the template and instructions below to prepare you ePoster slide. Ensure your submission is named with the meeting name and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author: ANZBA2018_Lastname_Firstname

Click here to upload your ePoster

ePoster Abstracts:  Your word abstract document will also be included in the Delegate App.  You can use this document for additional information such as references.  If you wish to update your abstract please send it to the ANZBA 2018 secretariat at mail@conferencedesign.com.au.

ePoster # Title  Author
Care
1 Appropriate first aid in chemical burn injury Dr Daniel Calandro ePoster PDF
2 Major burn in a 10 week old baby: A Case Report Dr Hsu Phie Chong ePoster PDF
3 Retrospective case series of Keragel or Biobrane on paediatric facial burns Herni Lutfiah Hussein ePoster PDF
4 Case Review: The use of Telehealth Services for specialist facial burn Hannah Leitch ePoster PDF
5 “Its All Very Complex!” Anna Lucia ePoster PDF
6 In a flash- A case report of magic paper burns Dr Alicia Miers ePoster PDF
7 Honey dressing versus foam dressing on paediatric burns: Comparison of healing rate Nurazlin Mohd Azman ePoster PDF
8 Therapy-Related outcome measures in burn care: A literature review Pei Fen Seah ePoster PDF
9 Survivability in Major Paediatric Burn Injuries: A Single Centre Experience Dr Hsu Phie Chong ePoster PDF
10 Can lime juice cause burns? A case series of paediatric phytophotodermatitis Dr Dinuksha De Silva ePoster PDF
11 Initial clinical experience using Matriderm to treat a paediatric full thickness facial burn: a nursing perspective Deborah Maze ePoster PDF
12 Burn injury in the morbidly obese: changes and challenges Dr Kieran Robinson ePoster PDF
13 High Serum levels of silver in a paediatric burns patient managed with silver dressings does not equate to a clinical disaster Dr Ingrid Salna ePoster PDF
14 A brief psychosocial screening program – Acceptable to both patient and clinician? Initial feedback Kat Skinner ePoster PDF
15 Chondritis in the burned ear: a narrative review Dr Isobel Yeap ePoster PDF
16 Scar management protocol at RNSH Burns Unit: Intra-lesional steroid injections in the management of hypertrophic burns scars Dr Harriet Semple ePoster PDF
17 Donor site dressings: how much do they affect pain? Dr Megan Grigg ePoster PDF
18 Immersive Virtual Reality in Occupational Therapy practice as a non-opioid analgesic during burn wound care procedures Amber Jones ePoster PDF
19 Post-discharge analgesia in burns patients Dr Rachel Khoo ePoster PDF
20 Burns contractures causing ingrown nails: A case series of two patients Dr Jenaleen law ePoster PDF
21 The cost of self immolation – 20 years of data from RBWH Dr Mikaela Seymour ePoster PDF
22 A review of weekend physiotherapy services for patients with burn injuries Catherine Sharpe ePoster PDF
23 Neonatal burn at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, South Australia Dr Hsu Phie Chong ePoster PDF
24 Conservative management of burn injuries in older patients with flammacerium Dr Shivani Aggarwala
25 Review of the safety of use of silver dressings for burns in children under 4 years of age Dr Charlotte Blau ePoster PDF
26 Secure image storage: A new hope Siobhan Connolly ePoster PDF
27 The shared value of consumer engagement Anne Darton ePosterPDF
28 Beyond burns online hub – A co design approach Anne Darton ePosterPDF
29 Expanding the army in the fight against burn scars Madeleine Jacques ePoster PDF
30 Pressure injury risks with head and neck positioning for severe burn injury patients in the intensive care setting Akane Katsu ePoster PDF
31 Assessment and management of hot springs burns in New Zealand Dr Theresa Muwanga-Magoye ePosterPDF
32 A review of The National Burn Centre referral patterns Dr Nicholas Solanki ePoster PDF
33 ‘Kenacomb Ointment’ for hypergranulation tissue in burns: a review of efficacy and adverse effects Dr Nicholas Tang ePoster PDF
34 Dressilk®: A Series of Case Reports on Partial Thickness Burns and Donor Sites Jozef Verbelen ePoster PDF
35 Setting up evidence-based cost-effective and clinically efficacious wound care service in a tertiary hospital in New Zealand: lessons learned Dr Wei Lun Wong ePoster PDF
36 Knowledge is power – developing an online resource of Paediatric burns specific exercises Claire Toose ePoster PDF
Prevention
37 The use of a unique silicone-lined thermoplastic to fabricate a portfolio of head and face orthoses to manage burn scar hypertrophy Jonathan Niszczak ePoster PDF
38 Promulgating the signals of burn prevention and correct first aid treatment of burn injury Tze Wing Wong ePoster PDF
39 50 years Burns Service at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, South Australia Dr Hsu Phie Chong ePoster PDF
40 The clinicians strike back: ANZBA burn prevention committee: who, what, why? Siobhan Connolly ePoster PDF
41 Preventing web space contractures in hand burns Dr Dinuksha De Silva ePoster PDF
42 Brothers Who Burn: Two Paediatric Case Reports of para- Phenylenediamine (PPD) Sensitisation to Black Henna Dr Rachael Stokes ePoster PDF
43 A case series of burns from cupping therapy Dr Jenaleen Law ePoster PDF
44 Burn injuries secondary to cryolipolysis: Freezing fat, burning skin Dr Jen Martins ePoster PDF
45 Vaporisers: A danger in paediatric burns Dr Teagan Fink ePoster PDF
46 Flat out dangerous: Household iron burns in children Dr Teagan Fink ePoster PDF
47 Can’t handle the heat: Public holidays and an increased incidence of coal burns in the paediatric populationCan’t handle the heat: Public holidays and an increased incidence of coal burns in the paediatric population Dr Courtney Hall ePoster PDF
48 Burns from Plaster Backslabs: Is Current Practice Safe? Dr Tam Quinn ePosterPDF
Research
49 Mextra Superabsorbent as a new skin graft donor site dressing Dr Devlin Elliot ePoster PDF
50 Improving graft take to burns on the hand with Acticoat Flex 3 Dr Delvin Elliott ePoster PDF
51 Improving skin graft donor site scarring with Mepilex Transfer Ag Dr Delvin Elliott ePoster PDF
52 Factor XII Deficiency in a patient with severe burns: A case study Dr Isobel Yeap ePoster PDF
53 Management of first web space contracture in a severely burned patient Dr William Ziaziaris ePoster PDF
54 The viability of primary human skin fibroblasts exposed to heat: The lethal dose for 50% Death is 48˚C Elissa Henderson ePoster PDF
55 Reducing waste: The STAR project (Streamlining Theatre equipment And Resources) Dr Kiran Narula ePoster PDF
56 Epidemiology of burns patients admitted to the State-wide Adults Burns Service in Queensland: A 10-year Review Jacelle Warren ePoster PDF
57 Scar Hyperpigmentation in pregnancy Nicole Wong ePoster PDF
58 Construct validity of dermoscopy in measuring vascularity of hypertrophic scars (HS) Huan Deng ePoster PDF
59 The use of Tranexamic Acid to reduce blood loss in paediatric burns: Our institute’s experience Dr Steven Cook ePostePDF
60 Study of negative pressure wound therapy as an adjunctive treatment for acute burns in children (SONATA in C): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial Cody Frear ePoster PDF
61 The cause of death among patients with burn injuries in burn unit of Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Lara Aristya ePoster PDF
62 Autologous skin cell suspensions and Partial thickness Paediatric burns: The BRACS Trial Protocol Dr Anjana Bairagi ePoster PDF
63 A simple method to colour balance digital photographs for remote assessment of tissue viability in acute burns Dr David Becker ePoster PDF
64 Rising to the challenge of long-term follow up research in burns: reducing attrition Martha Druery ePoster PDF
65 Retrospective audit of analgesia for 1ST SSG Surgery in the Victorian adult burns service The Alfred Hospital 2014-2017 Dr Kerry McLaughlin ePoster PDF
66 Factors associated with home fire escape plans in New South Wales: Multinomial analysis of high risk individuals and nsw population Kathy Tannous
67 Time for a change in paradigm in clinical wound care: a review of literature and role of acetic acid dressing Dr Wei Lun Wong ePoster PDF
68 Representations of facial scars in film Dr Isobel Yeap ePosters PDF
69 Predictors of outcomes in patients with facial burns: A retrospective chart review Dr Isobel Yeap ePoster PDF
Other
70 Waging the War on Scars: Setting the therapy scene for success! Dr Stephanie Wicks ePoster PDF
71 Inpatient burns positioning chart review Nicole Alexander ePoster PDF
72 Exercise training for improving outcomes post burns: a systematic review and meta-analysis Orlando Flores
73 Phases of music therapy treatment in a severe paediatric burns case Aniek Janssen ePoster PDF
74 Children and families’ experiences of adhering to scar treatments Jessica Killey ePosterPDF
75 A systematic review to investigate outcome tools currently used for patients who have sustained hand burn injuries and to map the psychometric properties of the outcome measures identified from the literature across the ICF Andrea Mc Kittrick ePosterPDF
76 Current burn scar management practices for the face and neck Dr Michael Serghiou ePoster PDF
77 Fighting axilla burn contracture head on: A retrospective review of end of range axilla splinting in the paediatric population Rhianydd Thomas ePoster PDF
78 75 years on from the Coconut Grove nightclub fire: The birth of modern burns care Dr Steven Cook ePoster PDF
79 Improving health literacy and shared decision making between clinicians and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander paediatric burn patients Hayley Williams ePoster PDF
80 Prevention and management of Hypothermia in burns patients in the operating room: a best practice implementation project Svetlana Kolokolnikova ePosterPDF
81 Enhancing Clinical handover by using Burn External Referral form in a burn centre Tze Wing ePosterPDF
82 Patient reported experiences of their treatment and recovery at the severe burn injury unit, Royal North Shore Hospital Julia Kwiet ePosterPDF
83 Perioperative Temperature Regulation of Patients in Burns Operating Theatre Nithivadee Wattanaparada ePosterPDF