2021 Posters

We are pleased to feature the following Poster presentations.

Posters will be displayed for the duration of the ASM in the Resource Gallery in the Online Platform.

Registered delegates may view Posters in the Resource Gallery during the meeting days and 3 months post ASM. Posters include a landscape PDF of the poster, abstract document, presenter biography and other linked resources the authors may wish to make available.

Posters enable individuals or groups to display information about innovative projects or activities in an informal, interactive environment.

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01. CARE

POSTER # POSTER TITLE LEAD AUTHOR
01.01 Incidence, Predictive Factors and Rehabilitation Outcomes of Burn Survivors who experience Delirium Catherine Anderson
01.02 A report of two simultaneous Bitumen burn injuries managed with early bitumen removal, Versajet debridement and Biobrane xenografting Dr Fadie Aziz
01.03 Burns Related Pruritus: A Review of Recent Literature Dr Fadie Aziz
01.04 Reducing the burden of burns outpatient dressing using PICO: Improving patient satisfaction and saving money Carol Brough
01.05 Management of post-burn itch Elizabeth Capell
01.06 iTalk: A touch-screen tablet and App to facilitate communication with mechanically ventilated patients Dr Nicola Clayton
01.07 A Brief History of Burn Wound Debridement Dr De Silva Dinuksha
01.08 Early use of hydrosurgery (Versajet) and application of biobrane xenograft – a useful surgical treatment in avoiding skin grafting in deep partial thickness to full thickness facial burns Dr Francesca Dudas
01.09 The successful use of Biodegradable Temporising Matrix (BTM) in the reconstruction of all fingers in a full thickness burn in a major burns patient Dr Francesca Dudas
01.10 Hypnotherapy for Procedural Pain, Itch and State Anxiety in Children with Acute Burns: A Feasibility and Acceptability Study Protocol Daly Geagea
01.11 The Use of Prophylactic Antibiotics in the Management of Burn wounds: A Literature Review Dr Tasciana Gordon
01.12 The Use of 3D Printing for the Management of Facial Burns: A Literature Review Dr Tasciana Gordon
01.13 Digital Escharotomy: Time to update our technique? Dr Sonia Hartog
01.14 NexoBrid™ in burns: A Swedish burns center experience Dr Daniel Isacson
01.15 Enzymatic burn debridement – the first Australian experience Dr Shane Jackson
01.16 The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Allied Health TeleBurns Service: An implementation evaluation using the RE-AIM approach Amber Jones
01.17 Management strategies for perioperative anaemia in the severely burn injured Jehovah’s witness patient: a systematic review with illustrative case reports Dr Mia Jung
01.18 Implementation of discharge interventions for Australian First Nations people with injury or chronic conditions: A systematic review. Camila Kairuz, Dr. Julieann Coombes
01.19 Compression therapy versus vaccuum-assisted closure in lower limb burns: A retrospective cohort comparative analysis Dr Derek Liang
01.20 Improvement of Burn Scars Treated With Fractional Ablative CO2 Lasers—A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Using the Vancouver Scar Scale Dr Patrick Mahar
01.21 Changing the focus from custom-made to ready-to-wear compression in paediatric burn care Tamsin Mahoney
01.22 Efficacy of Antimicrobial Dressings and Solutions on Common Microorganisms in the New Zealand National Burns Centre Dr Rebecca McLean
01.23 Garment, Silicone or Both? What did we choose in a Post Research Translation Audit Kate Miller
01.24 Comparison of pain scores in minor burns treated with Biobrane versus combination of Mepitel and Acticoat dressing Florencia Moraga Masson
01.25 Handheld indirect calorimetry in the Burns Unit: A feasibility study Caroline Nicholls
01.26 A retrospective, cross-sectional analysis of delirium in burns compared to other surgical specialities Dr Aoife O’Brien
01.27 The challenges of delivering burns care in regional Queensland Michelle Parkinson
01.28 The impact of location of post-operative care on movement outcomes following single procedure split thickness skin grafting for burn management Anita Plaza
01.29 Physical activity levels in hospitalised adults with burn injuries Anita Plaza
01.30 The financial implications of deliberate self-harm burn in a tertiary burns centre Dr Dylan Prunster
01.31 Severe lymphoedema following upper extremity burn Dr Dylan Prunster
01.32 Acute febrile neutrophilic dermatitis: Clinical mimicry of an infected acid burn Dr Dylan Prunster
01.33 Hereditary angioedema and burn care: A case study and management conundrum Dr Dylan Prunster
01.34 Severe burn due to fluoroscopic radiation from percutaneous embolization of a splenic artery aneurysm: A case report Dr Dylan Prunster
01.35 The use of Telehealth for Early Scar follow-up: a family centred approach in this COVID world Dr Kate Miller
01.36 A quantitative analysis of scar outcomes following the use of Novosorb™ Biodegradable Temporising Matrix (BTM): A Case Report Dr Daniel Ricciardello
01.37 A quantitative analysis of CO2 laser versus microneedling for the treatment of paediatric burn scars Dr Daniel Ricciardello
01.38 The role of CO2 laser in paediatric hand burns Nathania Tanoto
01.39 Surface chemistry by blotting the skin & wound for prediction and diagnosis: A systematic review Dr Katie Wang
01.40 Rotational Thromboelastometry (ROTEM®) to investigate the effects of hypothermia in patients with major burns undergoing early burn excision. Dr Chris Wearn
01.41 Cooking ain’t looking: Paediatric contact related barbecue burns Dr Jason Diab
01.42 Beyond Flames: Review of Post burns Support Groups and Organisations in Australia and New Zealand Dr Wade Wallace
01.43 Nexobrid enzymatic debridement: A new solution to an old problem? Sharon Rowe
01.44 Using technology to improve the experience of the patient needing facial scar management Rosemary Kendell

02. EDUCATION

POSTER # POSTER TITLE LEAD AUTHOR
02.01 Protracted Application of NovoSorb® Biodegradable Temporising Matrix– A Case Report and Review of Current Literature Dr James Briffa
02.02 Lead Toxicity from Smoke Inhalation in the Burn Patient: A Possibility Dr Samuel Chu
02.03 Transfer feedback: Have we made a difference? Anne Darton
02.04  Alice and the hookah: Shisha related burns in kids  Dr Jason Diab
02.05 The Management of Blisters in Burns: A Literature Review Dr Tasciana Gordon
02.06 Spray-on skin: A history Dr Danika Jurat
02.07 Social Media Influence on the Awareness of Burns First Aid; Literature review Dr Alexa Mcnaught
02.08 The History of Cyanoacrylate in Burns Management Dr Charles Meares
02.09 The fig trees revenge, two rare cases of severe phytophotodermatitis Dr Peter Meier
02.10 Hydrocarbon burns: Psychiatric and metabolic considerations to management Dr Emma-Leigh Rudduck
02.11 Child Life Therapy: Making Clinical Footprints Sarah Scott
02.12 Campfire burns: a not so Happy Easter Dr Samantha Smith
02.13 Plastic surgical trainees’ perspectives toward burn surgery in Australasia: What has changed in 17 years? Dr Sadhishaan Sreedharan
02.14 Campfire-related burns in South Australia – presentation and treatment differences between Indigenous and non-Indigenous patients Dr Jake Willet
02.15 Procalcitonin: Its role in burn management Dr Matthew Jennings
02.16 Improved clinical outcomes with adequate first aid in paediatric burns Dr Thanya Sritharan
02.17 Extending the vision – using an established rural education programme to enhance Allied Health learning in regional centres Rosemary Kendell

03. PREVENTION

POSTER # POSTER TITLE LEAD AUTHOR
03.01 Prevention of Thermal Injury – The Philatelic Medium Dr Anjana Bairagi
03.02 Left Ear Lobule and Helical Rim Burn Post Parotidectomy and Neck Dissection Dr James Briffa
03.03 Vaping and Electronic Cigarette Associated Burn Injuries: The Western Australian experience Dr Samuel Chu
03.04 Summer and winter: Lessons from adult foot burns Dr Jason Diab
03.05 Estimating the total number of residential fire-related incidents and underreported residential fires in New South Wales, Australia Nargess Ghassempour
03.06 Hand burn influence on length of stay: A 20-year review of adult upper limb burn injury in Western Australia Evan Gow
03.07 Translation, Implementation, and Evaluation of best-pRacticE burn First aid in prolonged FiEld Care and pre-hospiTal environments (TIER EFFECT) Dr Bronwyn Griffin
03.08 A Paediatric Hand Burn from Wart Removal Disc: A Case Report and Review of Literature Dr Morgan Haines
03.09 Social Media “Inspired” Burns Dr Samantha Lee
03.10 Incidence of Paediatric Scald Burns during Western Australia’s COVID 19 lockdown Dr Dylan Prunster
03.11 Increased risk of blood transfusion in patients with diabetes mellitus sustaining non-major burn injury Dr Linda Mai
03.12 Incidence of deliberate self-harm burns during a pandemic; a Western Australian perspective Dr Dylan Prunster
03.13 Juvenile and Family Fire Awareness Program (JAFFA): A state burns unit role in education support to reduce fire lighting Kim Bowen
03.14 Predictive Factors for Development of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Adult Burn Injuries Dr Tim Wang

04. RESEARCH

POSTER # POSTER TITLE LEAD AUTHOR
04.01 Supporting people experiencing a burn injury to return to work or meaningful activity: Qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis Natasha Bale
04.02 Firework related burns in adults: A New South Wales statewide review Dr Jason Diab
04.03 The impact of COVID-19 on emergency burn presentation in United Kingdom Dr Jason Diab
04.04 The Paediatric Burns Biobank Cohort: Do they represent the whole? Tanesha Dimanopoulos
04.05 A single centre experience in the use of ARTISS fibrin sealant under BTM in burns reconstructive surgery Dr Francesca Dudas
04.06 Life Impact Burn Recovery Evaluation (LIBRE) Profile Short Form Australian Translation A/Prof. Dale W. Edgar
04.07 Heterotopic Ossification in adults following a burn: A phenomenological analysis Nichola Foster
04.08 Assessment of Lipid Metabolites from Plasma of Paediatric Burns Patients and Healthy Controls Eva Kierath
04.09 Extended use of silver dressings: an in vitro study of efficacy Dr Andrew May
04.10 Exploration of outcomes of severe hand burn injuries from the perspectives of the consumers Andrea Mc Kittrick
04.11 Patient Engagement in Virtual Reality as an Adjunct to Upper Limb Burns Rehabilitation Kate McNamara
04.12 3D mesh releasing and ablation method: A dual- scan protocol for carbon dioxide laser in the treatment of split-thickness skin graft contraction in red Duroc pig model Dr Sally Ng
04.13 Predictors of length of stay for admitted burns patients in Queensland Dr Alexander Murray-Douglass
04.14 Randomised placebo controlled trial of celecoxib for acute burn inflammation and fever Dr Edward Raby
04.15 An allogeneic platelet-derived hydrogel improves neo-vascularisation in full thickness wounds Dr Mostafiz Rahman
04.16 Fractional ablative laser therapy for the treatment of severe burn scars: A pilot study of the underlying mechanisms Stewart Ross
04.17 Monitoring the lipid profile of acute burn wound healing in adults: Implications for improved scar management Monique Ryan
04.18 Aotearoa/New Zealand Doctors’ response to Whakaari/White Island volcanic eruption: Perspectives on the management and coping following a natural disaster Nicole-Elizabeth Agustin Myr Schoombie
04.19 Temporal trends in burns size estimation: A longitudinal study Dr  Thanya  Sritharan
04.20 Opportunities for burns research in the era of trainee-led collaboratives Dr Guy Stanley
04.21 Randomized controlled trial of the 2nd degree burns treatment  Eric Dantzer
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