Electronic posters (ePosters) will be prepared in PowerPoint and displayed for the duration of the ASM on the Delegate App and on flat screen monitors in the exhibition 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 27 September 2017

ePoster Slide Upload
Please use the template and instructions below to prepare you ePoster slide. Ensure your submission is named with the ASM name and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author:  ANZBA2017_Lastname_Firstname

ePoster Abstracts:  Your word abstract document will also be included in the ASM 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 ASM secretariat at mail@conferencedesign.com.au.

 ePoster #  Title Authors 
1 Varying injuries from high voltage electricity: A case report of three sisters struck by lightning Dr Shivani Aggarwala
2 Cardiovascular fitness of children and adolescents following lower limb burn injury: A cross sectional study Katherine Alava Bravo
3 In Hot Soup – An Asian perspective of paediatric burn epidemiology presenting in Singapore Dr Divya Shu Yan Ang
4 The cost of a large burn Christopher Bartimote
5 Cool Runnings: Results from a RCT to improve knowledge about burn risks and first aid in Queensland mothers Jacqueline Burgess
6 Comparing the short-term outcomes of paediatric burns in the North Queensland population Dr Helen Buschel
7 A preliminary use of hydrofiber with ionic silver dressing in the early management of superficial partial burns  Huey Cheng & Joanne Jovina Siow
8 Ablative fractional resurfacing in acute care management of facial burns: a new approach to minimising the need for acute surgical reconstruction Dr Nicola Clayton
9 What patient experiences influence adherence to compression garments post burn injury? Nicole Coghlan
10 Positive pressure of negative pressure wound therapy Dr Douglas Copson
11 Nutritional management of adult burns patients throughout Australia and New Zealand Michelle Cork
12 Using telehealth to support therapy provision to children in regional Victoria with hand burns Ioanna Coutsouvelis
13 Online software to prescribe burn specific exercise programs www.physiotherapyexercises.com Rachel Edmondson
14 Burns of the hands in children. An evaluation of aspects of treatment critical to the achievement of a good outcome Dr Rachel D’cruz
15 The cost of hospital treatment for an extensive burn Dr Dinuksha De Silva
16 Unrelenting anaemia in an extensive burn injury Dr Dinuksha De Silva
17 The difficult diagnosis of venous thromboembolism in burn patients Dr Paul Di Giovine &
Dr Paul Baker
18 A review of the use of ketamine in adult burn injuries Dr Jason Diab &
Dr David Khaicy
19 A review of burns from electronic nicotine delivery systems Dr Jason Diab &
Vanessa Diab
20 The evolution of early excision in burns during the last three decades – A systematic review Dr Radhianie Djan
21 Burns Therapy Gym: set up, usage and evaluation of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital paediatric burns therapy gymnasium Kelly Donnellan
22 Early experience with SUPRATHEL as a donor site dressing at RBWH  Burns Unit Dr Devlin Elliott
23 Reverse RAFF to full thickness burn of dorsal thumb Dr Devlin Elliott
24 Patient satisfaction with facial and neck burn rehabilitation Gulsen Ellul
25 Assessment of the functional outcomes in the use of Biobrane in the treatment of burns patients with partial thickness hand burns Brendan Ennis
26 Face Care Trial – Glucan ProTM versus Soft White Paraffin for the treatment of paediatric facial burns Dr Lachlan Farmer
27 Intra-oral fixation of the endotracheal tube in a major paediatric burns patient – An interdisciplinary solution Dr Lachlan Farmer
28 Barriers to adequate first-aid for paediatric burns at the scene of the injury Cody Frear
29 Burn injury in dementia patients: causes, effects and outcomes Yael Friedland
30 Burn depth diagnosis using laser assisted indocyanine green fluorescence angiography Dr David Goltsman
31 Characteristics of self-inflicted burn injuries in a major burn centre in New South Wales, Australia Dr David Goltsman
32 Escharotomy of the trunk following full-thickness burn injury; an evidenced-based study Dr David Goltsman
33 Binational survey of VTE prophylaxis of burns centres in Australia and New Zealand Dr Sivasuthan Goutham & Dr Timothy  Bussoletti
34 Rural and remote paediatric burns in Queensland, characteristics and challenges Dr Bronwyn Griffin
35 Balance and strength of children and adolescents with lower limb burns: A cross-sectional study Nadishika Gunawardena
36 Biofuel heater burns – an update Dr Alicia Heald
37 Cause and treatment of burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: baseline data from a prospective study Professor Andrew Holland & Dr Tamara Mackean
38 Fitting the pieces together: Education, outreach and optimising burn rehabilitation across NSW and beyond Anne Darton
39 Surgical tourniquet burns: a preventable injury Dr Qadir Khan
40 Prediction of mortality in severe burns patients Dr Albert Kim
41 Incidence of thrombosis in major paediatric burns Ashlee Kimball
42 Promoting access to occupational therapy following burn injury Renae Lim
43 Royal Hobart Hospital Extravasation burn injuries: an 8-year review Leonardo Cordova
44 Evolution in the use of transparent film dressings to foam dressings in the early management of superficial partial burns Kim Kuan Coreen Low
45 Play based group therapy in paediatric burn rehabilitation to promote functional outcomes and occupational performance: A scoping review Tamsin Mahoney
46 Promoting positivity after burn: Is it possible? Future intervention strategies for research Lisa Martin
47 Six aspects of better coping after burn – the rationale behind the resource Lisa Martin
48 Considerations for treatment, diagnosis and risk factors for critical care polyneuropathy Andrea Mc Kittrick
49 Lower limb burns in diabetic patients: implications, outcomes and management Dr Peter Meier
50 Severe burns due to a catastrophic failure of a modified driptorch: A case report Dr Peter Meier
51 The implications of alcohol and drug related burns in a tertiary burns centre Dr Peter Meier
52 Case Study – Honey in Infected Pediatric Wounds (L-Mesitran) Nurazlin Mohd Azman
53 Treadmill burn prevention – time for a new approach? Grace Morcom
54 Paediatric campfire burns – scourge of the holiday season Grace Morcom
55 Diarrhoea in major paediatric burns – an audit and review of the literature Silas Nann
56 Adjuvant Analgesia for acute burns pain Edward  Raby
57 The use of Biobrane for partial thickness burns: A 5 year review of outcomes at Wellington Regional Burn Unit Dr Jessica Papali’i-curtin
58 Hyacinth Cottage-Transitioning rural and remote patients to return home Christine Parker
59 Delirium in Paediatric Burn Patients: A PICU Case Series Rebecca Paterson
60 The effect of ambient lighting on laser doppler imaging of a standardized cutaneous injury model Dr Alan Pham
61 Laboratory testing in burns: What do we order on admission? Miranda Pye
62 Endone patient information pamphlet Miranda Pye
63 Returning to school after a burn injury; our new practice Linda Quinn
64 Dynamic profile of C-reactive protein in acute burn injury Dr Edward Raby
65 Tea and coffee in hospitals and nursing homes – a preventable cause of burns Dr Ed Riordan
66 Facilitating personalised burn care across a statewide health network: supported decision making via telehealth Sharon Rowe
67 Use of a Supine Cycle Ergometer in a 75% TBSA burn: A Case Study Brad Schmitt
68 A complex case: Raynaud’s Phenomenon, contact burn to hand, Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Viagra Rebecca Schrale
69 Nutrition and the severe burn injured patient at the Tasmanian Burns Unit Rebecca Schrale
70 Don’t touch this: Wood heater burns prevention Rebecca Schrale
71 Cupping burns: don’t try this at home Marc Seifman
72 Ocular injuries associated with facial burns Dr Henry Shepherd
73 A case of pseudemonal keratitis in a 63% TBSA burn Dr Henry Shepherd
74 Repeat acute burns presentations amongst patients within a single institution Dr Henry Shepherd
75 Silver dressings and systemic toxicity: what’s the evidence? Dr Edward Siddens
76 Hyperbaric oxygen in cutaneous burn injury: a missing rung on the reconstructive ladder? Dr Edward Siddens
77 The need for ECMO in a paediatric burns patient Kristen Storey
78 Introducing Validated Pain Tools in the ICU: To Improve Pain Assessment of the Acute Burn Injured Patient – Empowering Patients and Supporting Clinicians Susan Taggart
79 Pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia and verrucous carcinoma – a clinical and diagnostic challenge! Dr Kelly Thornbury
80 Profuse bleeding from a tracheoinnominate fistula in a major burn patient Dr Kelly Thornbury
81 DVT in the burns patient Dr Andrew Turner
82 Using patient experiences and quantitative research to inform patient-reported outcome measures that are meaningful for people with burn scars Dr Megan Simons
83 Risk factors for and characteristics of dysphagia development in thermal burn injury and/or inhalation injury patients: a systematic review Emma Vo
84 Patient experience survey of outpatient physiotherapy burns service at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Glen Volker
85 Major cause of death among burn injured patients in Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Burn Center Dr Aditya Wardhana
86 Occupational therapy led paediatric burn telehealth review clinic – keeping kids closer to home Rebecca Watson-Brown
87 A 5 year review of allied health service provision within a regional paediatric burns service Rebecca Watson-Brown & Helen Buschel
88 Investigating strategies to improve access to rehabilitation post burn injury for rural paediatric patients: Feedback from Winston Churchill Fellowship study tour Stephanie Wicks
89 Challenging scar management following a thermal contact burn in a newborn infant Fiona Willington
90 Toxic Endothelial Necrolysis, creating a consistent care package across health disciplines Ellen Wilson
91 A training model to develop Intensive Care Nurses in the care of the burns patients and the skill of bedside dressings in an Intensive Care Unit Ellen Wilson
92 Research and clinical practice…connecting the pieces Jodie Wiseman
93 Early treatment of hypertrophic burn scars in paediatric patients Dr Cameron Yap