SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM: DAY 1 TIME TOPIC CHAIR PERSON SPEAKERS 7.30 – 8.00 a.m. Break-fast SESSION I Basics in burn management: Dr J L Gupta, Dr A Vartak 8.00 – 8.20 a.m. First aid, transport fluid resuscitation, General management: Dr. Ravindra Tah 8.20 – 8.40 a.m. Management of small burns Dr. S.P.Bajaj Safdurjung profesorship oration: Dr. I. N Tiwari, Dr.Anil Chadda 08.40 – 09.00 a.m. Half a century of burn management: Where we went wrong? Dr. S.P.Bajaj SESSION II - Epidemiology Dr.M. Ramakrishnan (5mins each) Dr. B. P. Sarma, Dr. Mamta Sikoria 09.00 – 10.00 a.m. Dr.S. Bhattacharya Delhi Dr. A. Vartak,Mumbai Dr. R.K.Narayan, Delhi Dr. M. Gore, Mumbai Dr. Jayaraman, Chennai Dr. S. Keswani, Mumbai Dr. R. Bharat, Jamshedpur Dr. Babita Chaudhari, Indore 10.00 – 10.30 a.m. TEA SESSION III - Prevention Dr Hanumadass, Dr Malti Gupta (7mins each) 10.30 – 11.30 a.m. Introduction to Prevention: Dr. Michael. Peck, USA Campaigning to ban the fire bomb stoves: Ms. Teri Kruger SA Plant fuel and new stove design Mr. P. Mukundan Chennai School Education Program – Impact: Dr. A. Vartak, Mumbai Bride burning – a myth Dr. Atul Shah, Baroda Planning a prevention program for Indore: Dr. Shobha Chamania, Indore Life style and burn prevention Dr Malti Gupta, Jaipur Burn Prevention program at upper assam region Dr. B P Sarma SESSION IV: Critical Care Dr Rajeev Ahuja, Dr 15-mins each speaker Jenny Thomas 11.30 - 01.00 p. m. Burn Shock Pathophysiology + Resuscitation Dr. M. L. Hanumadass, USA Inhalation Injury Dr. Pramod Kumar, Manipal Septic Shock – Pathophysiology & Management Dr. H. Rode, SA Electrical Injuries with renal shut down : Management Dr. Arun K. Singh Challenges associated with Pain Management Dr. Rene Albertyn 01.00 – 02.00 p.m. LUNCH SESSION V: Nutrition Dr P K Bilwani, Dr Pramod Kumar (20mins each) 02.00 - 03.00 p. m. Nutrition in Burns Dr. Michael Peck, USA Influence of advanced immuno-nutritional enteral support in Burn sepsis Dr. Ramakrishnan Twinning of Burn centers Dr. Tom Potokar UK SESSION VI: Workshops 03.00 – 05.00 p.m. Cost effective management of large burns Dr. H. Rode, Dr Ramesh Sharma Cost effective management of small burns Dr. A. Burd, Dr. A. Chadda Cost effective Prevention Dr. Michael Peck, Dr. R. Bharat Cost effective Rehabilitation Dr. Hanumandass, Dr. Jayaraman 05.00—06.00 p.m. Free paper session Dr. Nimmi Lalwani, Dr. G L Jakhetia RAJAT SONI Use of various fabled topical agents in India UPPAL SANJEEV To ascertain whether the quantitative wound biopsy is superior to routine swab method A C GIRISH Comparison of povidone iodine ointment with simple vasaline gauge on SSG healing time RAMESHA K T Comparison of topical hyluronic acid with silver sulfa MOHAN Clinical study of collegen in healing SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM: DAY 2 TIME TOPIC CHAIR PERSON SPEAKERS 07.30 – 08.00 a.m. Break-fast SESSION I Role of Surgery in Acute Dr S P Bajaj, Burns Dr Tom Potokar (15 Minutes each) 08.00 - 09.30 a.m. Acute Burn Wound Management Dr. A. Burd, Hong Kong Role and timing of surgery (guest lecture) Protocol of Early surgery Dr. Kuldeep Singh, Delhi Peri operative management of burns (10 Minutes each) Dr.Jenny thomas SA Out Come Analysis: A comparison of the conventional Dr.S.Keswani and early surgery Dr.Umesh Shah Early Tangential excision with pre op application Dr. Sanjeev Uppal of Methylene blue in extensive burns. Meek Micrografting technique for covering large burn Dr. Vithal Lahane wounds 09.30 – 10.00 a.m. TEA SESSION II : Burn Wound Infections: Dr. Mathangi R, Dr. Umesh Shah, Dr. Sanjay Kucheria 10.00—12.00 15 minutes each Noon. Burn wound infections, clinical presentation and Dr. Manish Ghosh, management : Dr. P.K.Bilwani Ahmedabad Dr. Sudhakar, Hyderabad Invasive sepsis Dr. R. Ahuja Delhi Swab colony versus wound biopsy"s bacterial quantitative analysis in predicting the burn wound sepsis Dr. Prabha Desikan, Bhopal Dr. Subodh Kumar Antibiotics policy and infection control protocol in burn: Dr. M Ramakrishnan SESSION III : Invited Lectures (12 mins each) Dr. Ramesh Sharma, Dr. R Bharat 12.00– 01.00 p.m. Research on use of plants for scar management Dr. Mary Babu, Chennai Molecular research in deciphering the mech. of scar less healing: Dr. Enoch Stuart UK Designing a burn unit: Dr. P K Bilwani, Ahmedabad Role of Ig G in sepsis Dr. V K Tiwari 01.00 – 02.00 p.m. LUNCH SESSION IV : Rehabilitation Dr. Sudhakar, Dr. I.N.Tiwari, Dr. P Chhajlani 02.00-02.30 p.m. Invited lecture: Life after burns, thoughts on surgical rehabilitation: Dr. K. S. Goleria, Mumbai 02.30– 04.00 p.m. How much do we understand the path of scars Dr. Tom Potokar UK Comprehensive rehabilitation Dr. M. Gore, Mumbai Rehabilitation at Safdarjung Hospital Dr. Narayan, Delhi PT for non burn physiotherapists Manna Davies UK Physical management of scars Dr. Sudhir Kothari, Indore Paralegal clinic : A ray of hope for the survivors Dr. Sudhir Shidhaye, Indore Psychological management of survivor Mrs. Supriya Dongde, Indore Patients view point Mr. Alok Nigam, Nagda 04.00 – 04.30 p.m. TEA & Hands on training with therapists 04.30 – 05.30 p.m. General Body Meeting SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM: DAY 3 TIME TOPIC SPEAKERS 08.00 – 08.30 a.m. Break-fast SESSION I Presentation by delegates on workshop outcomes 08.30 – 09.30 a.m. Dr. A Burd, Dr V Jayaraman 09.30 - 10.00 a.m. TEA SESSION II : Invited Lectures: Dr. R P Narayan, Dr. Madhuri Gore 15 mins each 10-11.30 a.m. Experiences of Nurses Training Program in 2006 Sheila Kavanagh, Australia Nabi Web site Dr. Atul Shah, Baroda Principles of anesthesia for Pediatric burn surgery Jenny Thomas SA Assessment of burn Pain Rene Albertyn SA Application of the concept of BFBT in management of a Dr. Malti gupta, burn epidemic TEA 11.30 –01 00 a.m. Free paper session Dr. M F Shaikh, Dr. Prabhat Shrivastav (7 minutes each) RAMESH P G Chest wall defects: post electrical burns SHIVKUMAR CHAUHAN Rehabilitative management of acute hand burns RAHUL PATIL Use of micro vascular free tissue transfer in electrical burns KHUZAIMA KHETTY Audit of electrical injuries S P BAJAJ Effect of blister fluids in case of superficial burns BORA K L Dying declaration in burn patients VINOD TAMRAKAR Atypical burns RAKESH SARAF Comparative study of skin grafting of chronic burn wounds with and without removing granulation tissue A BURD D.Mansharamani Incidence of premorbid Psychiatric problems in Burns H RODE Neonatal burn Kuldeep Singh Factors responsible for survival of major burns 01.00 p.m. Valedictory 01.15 p.m. onwards LUNCH Information for Speakers Time allotted for each paper is mentioned in the program. Please adhere to it strictly in order to have discussion and a good break in the evening. We would request the presentations to be submitted in a CD form to the preview room at least one day before presentation. LCD projector, windows XP operating system with Kodak video clip showing facility is being provided. 35 mm slide projector will be available. Information for the Chair Persons The success of each session depends to a large extent upon the chairpersons running the sessions. The combination of necessary discipline, time keeping, monitoring of discussion and encouragement of debate By suitable questions requires a great deal of skill. As a chairperson of the session, it is important to insist on strict time keeping. Incase of the absence of any presenter the time may suitably be used for discussion of the previous papers/accommodation of the standby papers.
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