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  • FINAL PROGRAMME

    18th European Congress ofTrauma & Emergency Surgery

    May 7 – 9, 2017Bucharest International Conference Centre, Palace of ParliamentBucharest, Romania

    Organised byEuropean Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery Romanian Society of Surgery Romanian Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery

    www.estesonline.org

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    Programme at a Glance – Sunday

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    • Emergency Surgery • Military & Disaster • Polytrauma • Skeletal Trauma • Visceral Trauma • Education

    SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

    Sunday, May 7, 2017

    08:30 – 10:00 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL •POLYTRAUMA – DEFINITION AND MANAGEMENT ASPECTS

    Chairs: Hans-Christoph Pape, Zurich, CH & Mihaela Vartic, Bucharest, RO

    1. The definition revisited Hans-Christoph Pape, Zurich, CH

    2. Trauma induced coagulopathy Jean-Louis Vincent, Brussels, BE

    3. Prophylaxis and treatment of hypothermia Dorel Sandesc, Timisoara, RO

    4. Pain control Mihaela Vartic, Bucharest, RO

    5. Thromboembolic prophylaxis Rolf Rossaint, Aachen, DE

    08:30 – 10:00 Bratianu

    ICL •LAPAROSCOPY IN EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Chairs: Mauro Zago, Bergamo, IT & Catalin Copaescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Laparoscopy in upper gastrointestinal emergencies Luigi Boni, Varese, IT

    2. Emergencies in bariatric surgery Catalin Copaescu, Bucharest, RO

    3. Laparoscopy for small bowel obstruction Günther Klimbacher, Graz, AT

    4. Laparoscopy in perforated diverticulitis Eugen Dorin Popa, Värnamo, SE

    5. Laparoscopy for bleeding after elective surgery Mathias Biebl, Berlin, DE

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    08:30 – 10:00 Iorga

    Keynote session •ABDOMINAL EMERGENCIES

    Chairs: Ari Leppäniemi, Helsinki, FI & Sorin Paun, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Primary anastomosis in peritonitis Sorin Paun, Bucharest, RO

    2. O001 - The use of ROTEM in predicting the severity of sepsis in patients undergoing emergency laparotomy M. Elniel, N. Misra; Liverpool, GB

    3. O002 - Damage Control Surgery for non-traumatic abdominal emergencies E. Girard, J. Abba, C. Lanchon, B. Boussat, P. Bouzat, C. Letoublon, M. Chirica, C. Arvieux; Grenoble, FR

    4. O003 - Sepsis as a determinant variable in establishing the optimum timing for reintervention after abdominal surgery M. Bratu, M. Beuran; Bucharest, RO Nominated for best oral award

    5. O004 - The effect of abdominal negative pressure wound therapy on the measurement of intra-abdominal pressure A. Garcia1, A. Sanchez1, J. Bayona2, A. Gutierrez1, J.C. Puyana; 1Cali, CO, 2C, CO, 3Pittsburgh, PA/US

    6. O005 - Left-Sided Complicated versus Uncomplicated Colon Cancer M. Beuran, I. Negoi, S. Paun, B. Stoica, C. Ciubotaru, A. Cruceru, A. Runcanu, M. Vartic; Bucharest, RO

    7. O006 - A Retrospective Study of Clinical Outcome After the Open Abdomen Management in Our Single Center K. Sekiya, Y. Otomo, K. Morishita; Tokyo, JP

    08:30 – 10:00 Balcescu

    Keynote Session • • •TRAUMA EDUCATION AND SIMULATION

    Chairs: Andy Peitzman, Pittsburgh, US & Valeriu Surlin, Craiova, RO

    1. Keynote: Rescue surgery – what, when, where and who? Kenneth Boffard, Johannesburg, SA

    2. O007 - Impact of the implementation of the course TEAM (Trauma Evaluation and Management) in the final year students of Degree of Medicine J. Tinoco-González1, I. Ramallo-Solís1, M. Rubio Manzanares Dorado1, F. López-Bernal1, M.J. Tamayo2, F.J. Padillo Ruíz2, F. Pareja Ciuró2; 1Seville, ES, 2Sevilla, ES

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    • Emergency Surgery • Military & Disaster • Polytrauma • Skeletal Trauma • Visceral Trauma • Education

    3. O008 - Motivation and acceptance of peer examination in a clinical skills course for medical students M. Burggraf1, J. Kristin2, M. Jäger1, M. Kauther1; 1Essen, DE, 2Duesseldorf, DE

    4. O009 - Using e-learning as a training tool for trauma surgeons O. Lupescu, M. Nagea, C. Patru, T.E. Avramescu, P. Niculescu, G.I. Popescu; Bucharest, RO

    5. O010 - Definitive Surgical Trauma Care course: participant survey E. Kostidou1, G. Konstantoudakis2, I. Pentara2, A. Mantzouni3, P. Vasiliou1; 1Chaidari, Athens, GR, 2Nafplion, GR, 3Athens, GR

    6. O011 - The art of teaching on European Trauma Course (ETC): an insights from active ETC Austria instructors M. Huepfl1, M. Hüpfl1, D. Lulic2, F. Trummer1, A. Deixler1, K. Kalan Ustar1, V. Tregubov1, C. Schreiber1, I. Lulic2; 1Vienna, AT, 2Zagreb, HR

    7. O012 - Simulation-Based Training For Patient Safety: Postsurgical Analysis Of Failed Iliosacral Screw Placement By A Novel Fluoroscopic Surgery Simulator E. Vacas1, J. Ferrero Recasens1, P. Paramo Diaz1, S. López-López1, M. Herrero2, I. Ávila2, P. Caba-Doussoux1; 1Madrid, ES, 2Colmenar Viejo, ES Nominated for best oral award

    8. O013 - Endovascular workshop and educational activity in Japanese Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology in Emergency, Critical Care, and Trauma (DIRECT); Implementation of prompt and rapid radiology in trauma T. Funabiki1, Y. Matsumura2, H. Kondo3, K. Idoguchi4, J. Matsumoto5; 1Yokohama, JP, 2Baltimore, MD/US, 3Itabashi, JP, 4Izumisano, JP, 5Kawasaki City, JP

    9. O014 - Tactical Combat Rescue (TCR) Course. A new era in military trauma and emergency education. I. Gerogiannis1, A. Toumbelis2, G. Sassos2; 1Oxford, GB, 2Thessaloniki, GR

    08:30 – 10:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • SKELETAL TRAUMA: UPPER LIMB

    Chairs: Klaus Wendt, Groningen, NL & Ovidiu Alexa, Iasi, RO

    1. Keynote: Upper extremity fractures Ovidiu Alexa, Iasi, RO

    2. O015 - Our experience in the treatment of scapulothoracic dissociation N. Tzachev, A. Georgiev, V. Stoichkov, B. Zlatev; Sofia, BG

    3. O016 - Epidemiology of Injuries to the Sternoclavicular Joint and the Medial Clavicula in Germany J. Unterkofler1, D. Merschin1, S. Trach1, D. Gümbel2, A. Ekkernkamp1, S. Schulz-Drost1; 1Berlin, DE, 2Greifswald, DE

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    4. O017 - Varus displaced proximal humeral fractures in the elderly treated by molded locking plate osteosynthesis with inferiorly directed screws combined with subchondral anchors reduces significantly secondary varus displacement and screw-penetration. G. Putzeys, Kortrijk, BE

    5. O018 - Plate fixation of the proximal humerus: A comparative study of postoperative complications in two European countries F. Beeres1, N. Hallensleben1, S. Rhemrev2, J..C. Goslings3, N. Schep4, R. Babst1; 1Luzern, CH, 2Den Haag, NL, 3Amsterdam, NL, 4Rotterdam, NL

    6. O019 - The Amsterdam Wrist Rules safely reduces need for radiography after wrist trauma: an implementation study M. Mulders1, M. Walenkamp1, N. Sosef2, F. Ouwehand1, J..C. Goslings1, N. Schep3; 1Amsterdam, NL, 2Hoofddorp, NL, 3Rotterdam, NL

    7. O020 - Conservative treatment of distal radial fractures in octogenarians F. van Brussel1, E. Van Delft2, J. Vermeulen3; 1Amsterdam, NL, 2Haarlem, NL, 3Hoofddorp, NL Nominated for best oral award

    8. O021 - Non displaced distal radial fractures in adult patients: Three weeks versus five weeks of cast immobilization, a randomized controlled trial. E.A.K. van Delft1, A. Bentohami1, N. Sosef1, J. Vermeulen1, J..C. Goslings2, N. Schep3; 1Hoofddorp, NL, 2Amsterdam, NL, 3Rotterdam, NL Nominated for best oral award

    10:30 – 12:00 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL • • • • • •DAMAGE CONTROL IN TRAUMA AND EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Chairs: Selman Uranues, Graz, AT &Kenneth Boffard, Johannesburg, ZA

    1. Goal driven hemostasis Ernest Moore, Denver, US

    2. Endpoints of resuscitation Louis Riddez, Stockholm, SE

    3. Damage control in abdominal trauma Demetrios Demetriades, Los Angeles, US

    4. Damage Control in skeletal trauma Klaus Wendt, Groningen, NL

    5. Damage control – is over-use an issue? Kenneth Boffard, Johannesburg, ZA

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    10:30 – 12:00 Bratianu

    ICL •RECENT DISASTERS: LESSONS LEARNED

    Chairs: Stefaan Nijs, Leuven, BE & Serban Popescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Nice track attack Patrick Baqué, Nice, FR

    2. Istanbul airport attack Mehmet Ozdogan, Antalya, TK

    3. Munich terror attacks Stefan Schultz-Drost, Berlin, DE

    4. Brussels attacks Stefaan Nijs, Leuven, BE

    5. Bucharest fire Serban Popescu, Bucharest, RO

    10:30 – 12:00 Iorga

    Guest Symposium: AOTrauma

    FRACTURE OF THE DISTAL RADIUS

    Chairs: Ana Ekman, Stockholm, SE & Mircea Popescu, Timisoara, RO

    1. Fractures of the distal radius - who should we operate? Andrey Ursache, RO

    2. Pearls and pitfalls in distal radius fracture surgery Johan Scheer, Sweden

    + Case discussion

    10:30 – 12:00 Balcescu

    Keynote Session •ACUTE CARE SURGERY

    Chairs: Eric Voiglio, Lyon, FR & Viorel Scripcariu, Iasi, RO

    1. Keynote: Perforated diverticulitis – the optimal approach Eric Voiglio, Lyon, FR

    2. O022 - Utility of the Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotizing Fasciitis (LRINEC) Score and Haemogram-derived scores in Fournier‘s Gangrene – a cross-sectional study M. Ferreira, N. Carvalho, F. Borges, M. Costa, J. Simoes, A. Folgado, J. Corte Real; Almada, PT

    3. O023 - The role of the early Gastrografin test in a decision-making algorithm for the management of patients with adhesive small bowel obstruction (ASBO)

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    L. Cobuccio, A. Bertolucci, D. Tartaglia, C. Cremonini, S. Musetti, M. Pucciarelli,C. Galatioto, M. Chiarugi; Pisa, IT

    4. O024 - LRINEC SCORE(Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotizing Fasciitis) in soft tissueinfections–A small study from the Indian subcontinentA. Rekha, N. Datluri; Chennai, INNominated for best oral award

    5. O025 - Laparostomy - a 2 year cohort analysisN. Tenreiro, S. Silva, C. Ferreira, F. Próspero Luis; Vila Real, PT

    6. O026 - Necrotizing fasciitis - a rare but life-threatening septic emergencyM. Greitbauer, V. Weihs, S. Hajdu; Vienna, AT

    7. O027 - Upper gastrointestinal bleeding in patients with head traumaE. Radu, I. Coman, O. David, M. Paraschiv, S. Tanasescu, V. Grigorean; Bucharest, RO

    8. O028 - Obstructed colon cancer in patients over 80 years of ageM. Rubio Manzanares Dorado1, F. Pareja Ciuró2, S. Martín Núñez2, J. Tinoco González,M.J. Tamayo2, F. Lopez Bernal, F.J. Padillo Ruíz2; 1Seville, ES, 2Sevilla, ES

    10:30 – 12:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • • •GERIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS

    Chairs: Jean-Louis Vincent, Brussels, BE & Liliana Mirea, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Trauma in extremely agesLiliana Mirea, Bucharest, RO

    2. O029 - Decision making for geriatric emergency patients with severe irreversible neurological deterioration – an analysis of two European surveysM. Paduraru3, I. Martinez Casas2, L. Ponchietti3, J. Pereira4, A. Landaluce-Olavarria5, D. Mariani6; 1Tomelloso, ES, 2Jaen, ES, 3Miton-Keynes, GB, 4Viseu, PT, 5Gualdacano(vizcaya), ES, 6Legnano, ITNominated for best oral award

    3. O030 - WITHDRAWN

    4. O031 - Our Experience In Treating Elderly Polytraumatised PeopleF.S. Groseanu, C. Budica, R. Visan, S. CRISTEA; Bucuresti, RO

    5. O032 - Alarmingly low sacral bone mass in sacra with a fragility fracture of the sacrumD. Wagner1, A. Hofmann1, L. Kamer2, T. Sawaguchi3, H. Noser2, P. Rommens1; 1Mainz, DE, 2Davos, CH, 3Toyama, JP

    6. O033 - Fragility fractures of the pelvis cause hemorrhagic shock: Which fracture pattern causes severe bleeding?

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    Y. Ueda1, H. Tsuji2, Y. Kurata2, J. Saito2, K. Sato2; 1Sapporo City, JP, 2Sapporo, JP7. O034 - Pelvic ring fractures in the elderly population, does the presence of a hip

    prosthesis alters the fracture pattern?J. Anthonissen, G. Putzeys; Kortrijk, BE

    8. O035 - Hematological markers of preoperative mortality in geriatric population withtrochanteric fracturesT.S. Gheorghevici1, B. Puha1, B. Veliceasa1, G. Puha2, O. Alexa1; 1Iasi, RO, 2Iași, RO

    9. O036 - COMplex Fracture Orthopedic Rehabilitation (COMFORT) – Ambulatorymonitoring of rehabilitation patterns after proximal femur fractures in elderlyM. Raaben1, S. Redzwan2, R. Augustine2, A. Granqvist3, R. Galmin3, L. Derks4, H.Schwietert4, T. Blokhuis5; 1Utrecht, NL, 2Uppsala, SE, 3Stockholm, SE, 4Amsterdam, NL,5Maastricht, NLNominated for best oral award

    12:15 – 12:45 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    Named Lecture

    THE STEN LENNQUIST LECTURE: MYTHS IN EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Abraham Fingerhut, Paris, FR

    14:00 – 15:30 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL •WHAT DOES THE CRITICALLY ILL PATIENT REQUIRE?

    Chairs: Jonathan Tilsed, Beverley, UK & Ioana Grintescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. What competence is required?Jonathan Tilsed, Beverley, UK

    2. Surgical critical care: where are we?Christine Gaarder, Oslo, NO

    3. How to feed: enteral or parental?Ioana Grintescu, Bucharest, RO

    4. Prevention of infectionJean-Louis Vincent, Brussels, BE

    5. ECMO in the service of the critically ill patientElias Degiannis, Johannesburg, ZA

    14:00 – 15:30 Bratianu

    ICL •FEMORAL NECK FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY

    Chairs: Milorad Mitkovic, Nis, RS & Mircea Popescu, Timisoara, RO

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    1. Is there a standard of care? Milorad Mitkovic, Nis, RS

    2. Hip preserving versus arthroplasty Peter Simko, Bratislava, Slovakia

    3. Does cement augmentation make sense? Andreas Platz, Zurich, CH

    4. Arthroplasty versus hemiarthroplasty Guy Putzeys, Kortrijk, BE

    5. Do we have to operate within 24 hours? Inger Schipper, Leiden, NL

    14:00 – 15:30 Iorga

    Keynote Session • •VASCULAR TRAUMA

    Chairs: Juan A. Asensio, Omaha, US & Dragos Ene, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) – how, who, what and why? Juan A. Asensio, Omaha, US

    2. O037 - Vascular Trauma of the Extremities With Respect to Differences between Upper and Lower Limbs G. Hohenberger1, P. Konstantiniuk1, J. Cambiaso-Daniel1, V. Matzi2, A. Schwarz1, R. Krassnig1, U. Berzins1, P. Holweg1, T. Cohnert1; 1Graz, AT, 2Leoben, AT

    3. O038 - Long-term consequences of Abdominal Aortic & Junctional Tourniquet (AAJT) application to control junctional hemorrhage in a survival swine model B. Kheirabadi, M. Dubick; Jbsa, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, TX/US Nominated for best oral award

    4. O039 - Aortic size index for AAA rupture prediction in women T. Cohnert, Graz, AT, S. Koter, Graz, AT

    5. O040 - Outcome in patients with blunt aortic injury undergoing endovascular treatment V. Makaloski, T. Wyss, J. Schmidli; Bern, CH

    6. O041 - Management of Iatrogenic Vascular Injuries and Lessions in a Role 3 Hospital During Period 2014-2016N. Degermetzoglou1, K. Stavrides2, N. Zacharopoulos2, I. Lazarides2, N. Saratzis2; 1Athens, GR, 2Thessaloniki, GR

    7. O042 - Simulation on vascular surgical techniques in aortoiliac pathology and trauma B. Stancu, F. Beteg, A. Mironiuc, A. Muste, C. Gherman, O. Andercou; Cluj-Napoca, RO

    8. O043 - Local hemostatic agents might not be superior to wound packing by standard gauze in a swine model of lethal groin injury

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    V. Reva1, A. Denisov1, V. Adamenko1, A. Yudin1, S. Telickiy1, E. Semenov1, I. Yablokov1, A. Churkin1, I. Samokhvalov2; 1Saint-Petersburg, RU, 2Sankt-Peterburg, RU

    9. O044 - Pericardial involvement in thoracic trauma – diagnosis and treatment O. David, I. Calangea, I. Coman, E. Radu, V. Porojan, V. Grigorean; Bucharest, RO

    14:00 – 15:30 Balcescu

    Keynote Session • • PELVIC INJURY

    Chairs: Ingo Marzi, Frankfurt, DE & Ion Georgescu, Craiova, RO

    1. Keynote: Management of severe haemorrhage from pelvic injury Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE

    2. O045 - Place of preperitoneal pelvic packing in severe pelvic injuries: a study of 14 cases performed in a French level 1 trauma centrerM. Coisy1, T. Monchal1, E. Hornez2, S. Bourgouin1, Y. Baudoin2, P. Savoiie1, P. Balandraud1; 1Toulon Cedex, FR, 2Clamart, FR

    3. O046 - Angio-Embolization following mechanical pelvic stabilization and pelvic packing in patients with severe pelvic ring fractures: A safe method to address ongoing bleeding T. Lustenberger1, S. Wutzler1, P. Störmann1, H. Laurer1, I. Marzi2; 1Frankfurt Am Main, DE, 2Please Enter, DE

    4. O047 - Active involvement of a dedicated interventional radiology team contribute to rapid procedures and hemodynamic improvement of severe pelvic fracture patients K. Tanaka1, K. Morimoto1, Y. Ichinose1, Y. Matsumura2, J. Matsumoto3; 1Tachikawa, JP, 2Baltimore, MD/US, 3Kawasaki City, JP

    5. O048 - Surgical treatment of pelvic fractures in children M. Petrov, D. Pavlova; Moscow, RU

    6. O049 - Defining the Pubic Symphysis Angle with Respect to the Coronal Plane – Clinical and Biomechanical Considerations B. Link1, N..B. Ha2, L..B. Solomon3, M. Rickman2; 1Lucerne, CH, 2Adelaide, SA/AU, 3Adelaide, AU

    7. O050 - Acetabular fracture plus hip dislocation: is always a deadly combination for the hip outcome? M. Popescu, M. Dragusanu, B. Tunescu, R. Dagla, A. Tiris, D. Cojocaru, A. Totorean, G. Noditi; Timisoara, RO

    8. O051 - The risk of the vascular injury in the S2 sacroiliac screw fixation: CT-angiography study S. Kitada, Nishimomiya, Hyogo, JP

    9. O052 - A New technique for stabilizing ilio-sacral joint by using spinal instrumentation T. Miyake1, A. Mogami1, S. Ogura2; 1Izunokuni-Shi, JP, 2Gifu-Shi, JP

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    14:00 – 15:30 Human Rights Hall

    Guest Symposium International Bone and Joint Infection Committee INFECTION

    Chairs: Günter Lob, Munich, DE & Heinz Winkler, Vienna, AT

    1. The essence of Osteomyelitis: Pathology, diagnostic and basic therapeutical featuresAndreas Tiemann, Suhl, DE

    2. Infections of the hand & forearm compartmentsKonstantinos Malizos, Biopolis, GR

    3. Antibacterial protected implants: what is the evidence?Carlo Romano, Milan, IT

    4. Bridging infected long bone defectsGünter Lob, Munich, DE

    5. Allografts in Septic SurgeryHeinz Winkler, Vienna, AT

    16:00 – 17:30 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL •GERIATRIC EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Chairs: Rolf Rossaint, Aachen, DE & Mihai Paduraru, Milton Keynes, UK

    1. Population aging and its impact on emergency surgeryMihai Paduraru, Milton Keynes, UK

    2. The perspective of the emergency surgeonMahir Ozmen, Ankara, TK

    3. The perspective of the anaesthesiologistLaura Rodríguez Melguizo, Valencia, ES

    4. The problem of anticoagulantsRolf Rossaint, Aachen, DE

    5. Multimodal rehabilitationJorge Pereira, Viseu, PT

    16:00 – 17:30 Bratianu

    ICL •COMPLEX ARTICULAR INJURIES

    Chairs: Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE & Andrei Ursache, Bucharest, RO

    1. Intra-articular distal radius fracturesChristoph Nau, Frankfurt, DE

    2. Distal humeral fractures

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    Pavel Drac, Olomouc, CZ3. Role of nailing in distal tibia fractures

    Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE4. Pilon tibiale fracture

    Dominik Heim, Frutigen, CH5. Ankle fracture dislocation

    Ismet Gavrankapetanovic, Sarajevo, BA

    16:00 – 17:30 Iorga

    Guest Symposium ARCE

    MIS FOR GI EMERGENCIES – PARTICULAR CASES AND PITFALLS

    Moderators: Catalin Copaescu, Bucharest, RO & Victor Tomulescu, Bucharest, RO & Ciprian Duta, Timisoara, RO

    Expert Panel: Florin Turcu, Bucharest, RO & Bogdan Martian, Bucharest, RO & Valentin Calu, Bucharest, RO & Valeriu Surlin, Craiova, RO & Calin Tiu, Campina, RO

    1. Difficult acute colecistitis2. Diverticulitis3. Postoperative bleeding after elective GI surgery4. Bowel obstruction

    + Discussion

    16:00 – 17:30 Balcescu

    Keynote Session • •POLYTRAUMA: ORGANISATION OF CARE AND OUTCOME

    Chairs: Peep Talving, Tartu, EE & Valentin Calu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: The value of surgical education on cadavers: experiences and the result of an European ESTES Survey Peep Talving, Tartu, EE

    2. O053 - Causes, Injury Patterns and Outcomes of Older Multitrauma Patients – An analysis of the Dutch trauma registry R. de Vries, I. Reininga, M. El Moumni, K. Wendt; Groningen, NL

    3. O054 - Optimizing the use of the trauma room A. Braslavsky, A. Bukin, O. Efremov, A. Fedorenko, A. Rapoport, W. Krayim, M. Vaskovic, S. Biswas, D. Fuchs, E. Solomonov; Safed, IL

    4. O055 - The trauma patient in the computed tomography lab- how long does it take and are there barriers to good patient flow? L.I. Simonsen1, C. Gaarder1, P.A. Naess1, H. York2; 1Oslo, NO, 2Herts, GB Nominated for best oral award

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    5. O056 - Abdominopelvic injuries due to road traffic accidents: characteristics in a French registry of 162,695 victimsT. Monchal, A. Ndiaye2, B. Gadegbeku2, M. Hours2, E. Javouhey2, F. Rongieras2, O. Monneuse3, J. Martin; 1Toulon Cedex, FR, 2Bron Cedex, FR, 3Lyon, FR

    6. O057 - Deep coma dose not always predict poor outcome for the patients with polytrauma J. Huang1, C.Y. Fu2, Y. WU3; 1Taoyuen, TW, 2Taoyuan, TW, 3Taoyuan County, TW

    7. O058 - Relative factor VIII depletion may be a critical driver of massive transfusion need and mortality secondary to hemorrhagic shock after traumatic injury. P. Einersen, Aurora, US Nominated for best oral award

    8. O059 - Differences in characteristics and outcome of patients with penetrating injuries in the U.S. and the Netherlands: A multi-institutional comparison A. Hage1, S. Dijkink2, P. Krijnen3, G. van der Wilden4, G. Kasotakis5, D. den Hartog6, J..C. Goslings7, F. Bloemers7, S. Rhemrev1, D. King5, G. Velmahos5, I. Schipper3, R. Hoencamp4; 1The Hague, NL, 2Den Haag, NL, 3Leiden, NL, 4Leiderdorp, NL, 5Boston, MA/US, 6Rotterdam, NL, 7Amsterdam, NL

    9. O060 - Perceived QoL after trauma: a focus group study N. Kruithof1, M. Traa1, M. Karabatzakis1, S. Polinder2, J. de Vries1, M. de Jongh1; 1Tilburg, NL, 2Rotterdam, NL

    16:00 – 17:30 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • • •ABDOMINAL TRAUMA 1

    Chairs: Andrew Peitzman, Pittsburgh, US & Constantin Copotoiu, Targu Mures, RO

    1. Keynote: Contemporary management of pancreatic injuries Andrew Peitzman, Pittsburgh, US

    2. O061 - Nonoperative Management of Blunt Injuries of the Spleen – Our Experience M. Venter, I. Gheju, R.C. Marian, A. Chiotoroiu, C. Oprescu, D. Venter, M. Hirshi, M. Beuran; Bucharest, RO

    3. O062 - Management of Blunt Splenic Injuries at the American University of Beirut Medical Center: The Six Years Experience Since the Inception of the Trauma Team A. El Rifai1, G. Abi Saad2, H. Farhat2, T. Qaraqe2, M. Harb2, A. Hallal2; 10000, LB, 2Beirut, LB

    4. O063 - Management of The Blunt Abdominal Trauma: NOM/OM O. Bulat, L. Ionescu, V. Scripcariu, B. Diaconu, C. Bulat; Iasi, RO

    5. O064 - Laparoscopy indications and limits in enteral trauma R. Mehic1, V. Marcu1, V. Indreica1, G. Jinescu1, M. Beuran2; 1Bucuresti, RO, 2Bucharest, RO

    6. O065 - Is laparoscopy still recommended in abdominal trauma ?

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    A. Nicolau, R. Vasile, M. Craciun, R. Zota; Bucharest, RO7. O066 - Laparoscopic splenectomy after failure of non-operative management

    G. Maltinti1, R. somigli2, C. bergamini2, P. prosperi2, A. bruscino2, G. Alemanno2, A. Giordano2, A. valeri2; 1Castelfiorentino, IT, 2Florence, IT

    8. O067 - Laparoscopic Management of Blunt Trauma Patients: Single Center´s Results C.A. Menegozzo1, S. Damous1, P. Alves1, A. Andreotti2, D. Andrade2, L. Daia2, E. Utiyama2; 1Sao Paulo, BR, 2São Paulo, BR

    9. O068 - Splenic hilum ligation; effects on the injured spleen and its function in rat model M. Hosseinpour, A.H. Irajpour; Isfahan, IR Nominated for best oral award

    10. O069 - Trauma Surgery in Patients Receiving Anticoagulant Therapy - Is It Safe? M. Anastasiu, R. Dedu, D. Vicol, N. Micu; Buzau, RO

    17:30 – 18:30 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    OPENING CEREMONY

    Sunday, May 7, 2017, 17:30 – 18:30 Location: Alexandru Ioan Cuza on the first floorModerators: Mircea Beuran, Bucharest, RO & Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO

    Opening Ceremony Agenda

    — Congress President’s Address, Mircea Beuran

    — ESTES President’s Address: Jonathan Tilsed

    — Welcome Address, Romanian Government Official

    — 10 years of ESTES: What have we achieved? The view from the trauma surgeonPol M. Rommens

    — 10 years of ESTES. What have we achieved? The view of the emergency surgeon Eric Voiglio

    — Congress Grants Awards by ESTES President

    — Proclamation of new ESTES Honorary Members by ESTES President

    — Closing Remarks by Congress Co-Chair Bogdan Diaconescu

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    ICL • •STOP THE BLEEDING

    Chairs: Andy Peitzman, Pittsburgh, US & Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Liver injuries: when to observe, embolize or operate? Hakan Yanar, Istanbul, TR

    2. Splenic injuries: when to observe, embolize or operate? Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO

    3. Management of retroperitoneal bleeding Andy Peitzman, Pittsburgh, US

    4. Massive pelvic bleeding - packing or angioembolization Ingo Marzi, Frankfurt, DE

    5. Massive transfusion Raul Coimbra, San Diego, US

    08:30 – 10:00 Bratianu

    Keynote Session • •ACUTE CARE SURGERY: ORGANISATIONAL MODELS

    Chairs: Luca Ponchietti, Milton Keynes, UK & Rojnoveanu Gheorghe, Chisinau, Moldova

    1. Keynote: Necessity for reorganization of surgical emergency services: rota, training and cross-service relationships Luca Ponchietti, Milton Keynes, UK

    2. O070 - Emergency abdominal surgery profile in extremely elderly patients (95+) - a national analysisM. Paduraru2, L. Ponchietti2, I. Martinez Casas3, B. UGARTE-SIERRA4; 1Tomelloso, ES, 2Miton-Keynes, GB, 3Jaen, ES, 4Galdakao-Usansolo, ES

    3. O071 - Consensus of the Italian Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery (SICUT) on a clinical pathway for the early recognition and treatment of septic complication after emergency abdominal surgery P. Bisagni1, A. De Sol2, S. Ribaldi2, A. Bertolucci3, F. stagnitti2; 1Genova, IT, 2Roma, IT, 3Pisa, IT

    4. O072 - Emergency surgery in the elderly: is a multidisciplinary approch necessary? S. Mei1, A. Ardito2, M. Ceolin1, J. Guerrini2, G. Costa1, H. Kurihara1; 1Milano, IT, 2Rozzano, IT

    5. O073 - Standardising patients follow-up after common emergency surgical procedures in UK A. Mihailescu1, M. Obreja2, C. Dimitriu1; 1Ashton-Under-lyne, GB, 2Boston, GB

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    6. O074 - Impact of an Emergency surgery unit on the acute cholecystitis treatment.M. Flores Cortes, M. Rubio Manzanares Dorado1, J. Tinoco González, V.M. Durán Muñoz-Cruzado2, P. Garcia1, F. López-Bernal2, M.J. Tamayo2, F.J. Padillo Ruíz2, F. Pareja Ciuró2;1Seville, ES, 2Sevilla, ESNominated for best oral award

    7. O075 - Emergency Colon Surgery is a Predictor of Negative Postoperative OutcomesS. Stancu1, F. Iordache2, C. Turculet2, M. Beuran2; 1011503, RO, 2Bucharest, RO

    8. O076 - Finances and Flow – A Dedicated Emergency Surgery Unit Improves Both.N. Spiteri, J. Jensen2, R. Lunevicius2, K. Shahzad2, J. Taylor3, N. Misra2; 1Luqa, MT,2Liverpool, GB, 3Al, GB

    08:30 – 10:00 Iorga

    Keynote Session •COMPLEX ARTICULAR INJURIES

    Chairs: Dominik Heim, Frutigen, CH & Octav Russu, Targu Mures, RO

    1. Keynote: Management priorities in complex articular injuriesMarius Keel, Berne/Zurich, CH

    2. O083 - Soft Tissue Protection By Locked Nail Osteosynthesis Of Ankle Fractures With The XS Nail. A New Concept In The Management Of Ankle Fractures.W. Friedl, Haibach, DE

    3. O077 - Simple elbow dislocation in adults. Comparative study of functional treatment versus acute ligamentous repair.D. Ira, M. Krtička, M. Flek, R. Pikula, M. Stancikova, J. Svancara; Brno, CZ

    4. O078 - The Treatment of Posterior Acetabular Fractures with a New Design Posterior Acetabular PlateG. Altun, G. Saka; Istanbul, TR

    5. O079 - Angular stable mini-plate fixation of chronic unstable scaphoid nonunion. Is it the future?P. Schormans, P. Brink, M. Poeze, P. Hannemann; Maastricht, NL

    6. O080 - Mid-term results after locking plate fixation of complex radial head fracture.D. Gruszka, T. Nowak, D. Wagner, P. Rommens; Mainz, DE

    7. O081 - Timing in anterior cruciate ligament surgeryO. Russu1, A. Feier1, E. Binzari2, T. Pop2, I. Gergely2; 1Mures, RO, 2Tirgu Mures, RO

    8. O082 - Combined Arthroscopic And Mini-Invasive release of adhesions in The management of Post-Operative Stiff KneesA. Eid, M. Mahmoud; Zagazig, EG

    9. O084 - reconstruction of the distal tibiofibular syndesmosis in chronic instability using a split peroneus brevis tendonJ. Broertjes1, B. Mirck2, P. Joosse1; 1Beverwijk, NL, 2Alkmaar, NL

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    Guest Symposium Küntscher Society

    OSTEOPOROSIS AND NAILING

    Chairs: Jan Verbruggen, Maastricht, NL & Georg Gradl, Munich, DE

    1. Osteoporosis and fracture healing David Seligson, Kentucky, US

    2. Nailing of proximal humeral fractures in osteoporotic patients. How to do it? Roland Biber, Nürnburg, DE

    3. Proximal humeral fractures: nailing or plating? Matthaios Savvidis, Thessaloniki, GR

    4. Proximal femoral fractures. Tips and Tricks Rüdiger Haase, Berlin, DE

    5. Proximal femoral fractures: which nail design is the best in case of osteoporosis? Wilhelm Friedl, Aschaffenburg, DE

    6. Osteoporotic fractures of the distal tibia Pieter Reynders, Brussels, BE

    08:30 – 10:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • • • •TRAUMA SYSTEMS 1

    Chairs: Michael Rotondo, Rochester, US & Rolant Kiss, Sibiu, RO

    1. Keynote: Trauma education, simulation and systems Michael Rotondo, Rochester, US

    2. O085 - The Epidemiology of Work-related Road Traffic Injuries in Qatar: Road user characteristics inform injury prevention programs R. Peralta1, N. Hirani1, A. Mehmood2, A. El-Menyar1, H. Al-Thani1, M. Mollazehi1, A. Hyder2, R. Consunji1; 1Doha, QA, 2Baltimore, MD/US

    3. O086 - Trauma registries: when do we merge civilian and military registries? T. van Dongen1, J. de Graaf1, E. Huizinga1, H. Champion2, R. Hoencamp3, L. Leenen1; 1Utrecht, NL, 2Bethesda, MD/US, 3Leiderdorp, NL

    4. O087 - Structural validity of the Dutch Version of the Disability of Arm, Shoulder and Hand questionnaire in patients with hand and wrist injuries. M. van Eck, C. Lameijer, M. el Moumni; Groningen, NL

    5. O088 - Performance of the TRISS for evaluating trauma care in the Dutch trauma population L. de Munter1, S. Polinder2, K. Lansink1, E. Steyerberg2, M. de Jongh1; 1Tilburg, NL, 2Rotterdam, NL

    6. O089 - The Manchester Triage System in the Surgical Field - The experience of an

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    emergency department in a non-central hospital from Portugal B. Pinto1, S. Nogueira2, R. Martins2; 1Parede, PT, 2Venteira, PT

    7. O090 - Trauma systems around the world: an overview of the current state S. Dijkink1, C. Nederpelt2, P. Krijnen2, I. Schipper2; 1Den Haag, NL, 2Leiden, NL

    8. O091 - A Physiological Trauma Score with Easy Computability and Improved Prognostication for Hospital Mortality A. Shiraishi1, Y. Otomo2; 1Kamogawa, JP, 2Tokyo, JP

    10:30 – 12:00 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL •POLYTRAUMA – HOW TO PRIORITIZE?

    Chairs: Luke Leenen, Utrecht, NL & Olivera Lupescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. First things first Kees Jan Ponsen, Alkmaar, NL

    2. Thoracic trauma: when is surgery needed? Luke Leenen, Utrecht, NL

    3. Brain versus abdomen: how to decide? Harald Widhalm, Vienna, AT

    4. Abdomen and pelvic injury: best sequence for initial management Stefaan Nijs, Leuven, BE

    5. Skeletal trauma of the extremities: What to do first? Olivera Lupescu, Bucharest, RO

    10:30 – 12:00 Bratianu

    ICL •ENDOSCOPY IN THE CRITICAL PATIENT

    Chairs: Hayato Kurihara, Rozzano, IT & Vlad Constantin, Bucharest, RO

    1. Endoscopic bypass in malignant gastric outlet obstruction Ioan-Cristian Nedelcu, Bucharest, RO

    2. Endoscopic treatment of biliary peritonitis after surgery Gian Franco Donatelli, Paris, FR

    3. Endoscopic treatment options for pancreatitis Andrea Anderloni, Rozzano, IT

    4. Endoscopic treatment of anastomotic leaks Andreas Shamiyeh, Linz, AT

    5. The acute gallbladder: Do we need a multidisciplinary team? Hayato Kurihara, Rozzano, IT

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    Keynote Session •LAPAROSCOPY IN EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Chairs: Spiros Stergiopoulos, Athens, GR & Ionut Negoi, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Laparoscopy in emergency surgery Ionut Negoi, Bucharest, RO

    2. O092 - Bedside Diagnostic Laparoscopy in Intensive Care Unit G. Alemanno1, P. prosperi1, C. bergamini1, R. somigli1, A. bruscino1, G. Maltinti2, A. Giordano1, A. valeri1; 1Florence, IT, 2Castelfiorentino, IT

    3. O093 - Laparoscopic treatment of peritonitis and perforated duodenal ulcer A. Sabau1, D. Bratu1, C. Smarandache2, V. Marcu-Iordanescu1, A. Dumitra1, A. Popentiu1, D. Sabau1; 1Sibiu, RO, 2Bucharest, RO

    4. O094 - Perforated peptic ulcer – laparoscopic vs. Open surgery M. Bica, M. Lazar, S. Ramboiu, T. Bratiloveanu, D. CARTU, A. Vochin, M. Olteanu, G. Graure, L. Duica, I. Georgescu, V. Surlin; Craiova, RO

    5. O095 - Laparoscopy for perforated duodenal ulcer: A new morbidity score. S. Baccouch, Z. Mzoughi, A. Chelbi, G. Talbi, R. Bayar, L. Gharbi, N. Arfa, M.T. Khalfallah; Tunis, TN

    6. O096 - Laparoscopic vs. Classic Approach in Acute Appendicitis. Comparative study. S. Pantea, C. Tarta, D. Brebu, A. Dobrescu, C. Lazar, G. Verdes, G. Noditi, C. Duta, F. Lazar; Timisoara, RO

    7. O097 - Laparoscopic Management of Small Bowel Obstruction: Indication or Controindication? G. Ricci, E. Adami, B. Benini, G. Liotta, A. Serao, C. Di Cosimo, M.A. Liguori, R. Mancuso, P. Marini; Rome, IT

    8. O098 - The Laparoscopic Approach of Small Bowel Obstruction – The Experience of a Medium Volume Primary Center A. Miron, C.L. Giulea, M. Nadragea, O. Enciu; Bucuresti, RO

    9. O099 - The role of minimally invasive surgery in the management of bowel ischemia C. Bergamini1, G. Alemanno1, P. prosperi1, R. somigli1, A. bruscino1, G. Maltinti2, A. Giordano1, B. Menegatti1, A. valeri1; 1Florence, IT, 2Castelfiorentino, IT

    10:30 – 12:00 Balcescu

    Best Poster Session • • • • • •Chairs: Mircea Beuran, Bucharest, RO & Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO & Jonathan Tilsed, Beverley, UK

    1. P003 - Impact of point of care ultrasound(POCUS) in diagnosis and/or management policies at the emergency room

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    A. Landaluce-Olavarria1, B. Ugarte Sierra1, I. Martinez Casas2, F.J. Ibañez Aguirre1; 1Galdacano, ES, 2Jaen, ES

    2. P065 - Application of multimodal Enhanced Recovery After Surgery protocols for patients with perforated duodenal ulcer O. Shepetko-Dombrovskyi, G. Shepetko-Dombrovskyi, S. Savoluk; Kyiv, UA

    3. P104 - New biomarker for traumatic brain injury A. Harel, M. Kvist, L. Välimaa; Turku, FI

    4. P245 - Implant‘s Elasticity Modulus vs Reparative Osteogenesis A. Kalashnikov, O. Yukhymchuk; Kyiv, UA

    5. P254 - A 10-point Surgical Site Infection (SSI) checklist can lead to a reduction in surgical site infections post-operatively in open abdominal emergency surgery operations. I. Gerogiannis, T. Urbonas, N. Chander, G. Bond-Smith; Oxford, GB

    6. P260 - Optimized hydroxyapatite nanoparticles inhibits bacterial growth in a rat wound model. P. Alina1, A. Prodan1, F. Iordache1, G. Teleanu1, C. Turculet1, M. Beuran1, D. Predoi2, M. Virgil1; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Magurele, RO

    7. P261A - Ultrasound-guided injection for Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS): Results in our patients group and review of literature A. Sahu1, M. Ali1, A. Chourasia2, M. Saleh1, A. Mehta3, A. Narasimhan4, A. Mehdi1; 1London, GB, 2Rh, GB, 3Ponzan, PL, 4Dubai, AE

    8. P286 - Delayed massive hemothorax requiring surgery after blunt thoracic trauma over a five-year period: complicating rib fracture with sharp edge associated with diaphragm injury S. Chang, Cheonan-Si, Chungcheongnam-do, KR

    9. P336 - Diagnostic laparoscopy and intraoperative indocyanine green fluorescence angiography for the early detection of intestinal ischemia R. somigli1, G. Alemanno1, P. prosperi1, C. bergamini1, A. bruscino1, G. Maltinti2, A. Giordano1, A. valeri1; 1Florence, IT, 2Castelfiorentino, IT

    10. P386 - Rectal abdominal and thoracic impalement - survivable trauma D. Andronic, N. Vlad, R. Palihovici, V. Fotea, C. Lupascu; Iasi, RO

    11. P435 - Double “endotracheal intubation” for severe dermatitis B. Pinto1, S. Nogueira2; 1Parede, PT, 2Venteira, PT

    10:30 – 12:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • •INNOVATIONS AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

    Chairs: Mike Bemelman, Tilburg, NL & Ciprian Duta, Timisoara, RO

    1. Keynote: 3D printing on pelvis fracturesFrank Ijpma, Groningen, NL

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    2. O100 - The hybrid theater and the Influence of implant material for radiological imaging and irradiation dose. M. Bemelman, Tilburg, NL

    3. O101 - VRinOR - The world‘s first live streamed virtual reality operation. W. English, O. Trampleasure, A. Jawad, S. Ahmed; London, GB

    4. O102 - SPIF: A Rapid Manufacturing Technique For the Development of Custom Made Thin Walled Medical Implants M. Herteleer1, Y. Carette2, S. Vancleef2, H. Vanhove2, F. Van Calenbergh1, J. Duflou1; 1Leuven, BE, 2Heverlee, BE

    5. O103 - Prehospital deployment, Partial occlusion and Conversion from resuscitative thoracotomy are significant options in REBOA trauma strategy; DIRECT-IABO registry in Japan Y. Matsumura1, J. Matsumoto2, H. Kondo3, K. Idoguchi4, T. Ishida5, Y. Kon6, K. Tomita7, K. Ishida8, T. Hirose9, K. Umakoshi10, T. Funabiki11; 1Baltimore, MD/US, 2Kawasaki City, JP, 3Itabashi, JP, 4Izumisano, JP, 5Koriyama, JP, 6Hachinohe, JP, 7Chiba, JP, 8Osaka, JP, 9Suita, JP, 10Ehime, JP, 11Yokohama, JP

    6. O104 - Resuscitative endovascular occlusion of the aorta with transcatheter arterial embolization could not decrease mortality – a propensity score analysis M. Aoki, S. Hagiwara, M. Murata, M. Kaneko, J. Nakajima, Y. Isshiki, Y. Sawada, Y. ichikawa, K. Oshima; Maebashi, JP

    7. O105 - Experiences in Sternoclavicular Joint Arthroplasty – Developing a Novel Prosthesis and Surgical Technique S. Burns, T. Thangarajah, S. Lambert; London, GB

    8. O106 - 3D statistical model of the pelvic ring – Anatomical variability and potential biomechanical relevance C. Arand1, D. Wagner1, H. Noser2, L. Kamer2, G. Richards2, P. Rommens1; 1Mainz, DE, 2Davos, CH

    9. O107 - 3D-printing with Complex fractures the benefit. A. Teutelink, L. Brouwers, K. Lansink, M. Bemelman; Tilburg, NL

    12:15 – 12:45 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    Named Lecture

    THE OTMAR TRENTZ LECTURE: POSTTRAUMATIC INTRAARTICULAR DEFORMITIES &

    DEFECTS – NEW JOINT PRESERVING OPTIONS?

    Christian Krettek, Hannover, DE

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    14:00 – 15:30 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    Consensus Conference •CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON PERITONITIS

    Chair: Abraham Fingergut, Paris, France

    1. Definition & Classifications and severity scores Abraham Fingerhut, Paris, France

    Management (techniques and indications)2. Initial fluid resuscitation strategy

    Mihaela Vartic, Bucharest, RO3. Supportive and antibiotics

    Mauro Zago, Bergamo, IT4. Interventional procedure in emergency

    Selman Uranues, Graz, AT5. Role of Laparoscopy

    Selman Uranues, Graz, AT6. Damage control & open abdomem

    Hayato Kurihara, Rozzano, IT

    Particularities according to disease and organ7. Upper GI anastomosis leakage & perforated GD ulcer

    Rifat Latifi, New York, US8. Biliary peritonitis & small intestinal perforation

    Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO9. Colorectal perforation / anastomotic leakage & appendicitis

    Dorin Popa, Bucharest, RO10. Complicated diverticular disease & tertiary peritonitis

    Ari Leppäniemi, Helskini, FI

    Lesson learned from other societies 11. What can ESTES add?

    Jonathan Tilsed, Beverley, UK

    14:00 – 15:30 Bratianu

    ICL •FRAGILITY FRACTURES

    Chairs: Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE & Mircea Popescu, Timisoara, RO

    1. Fragility fractures – what do we have to expect? Richard Kdolsky, Vienna, AT

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    2. Pertrochanteric fractures Endre Varga, Szeged, HU

    3. Osteoporotic spine fractures Sven Hoppe, Berne, CH

    4. Fragility fractures of the pelvis Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE

    5. The perspective of the geriatrician Maria Panourgia, Milton Keynes, UK

    14:00 – 15:30 Iorga

    Keynote Session • •ABDOMINAL TRAUMA 2

    Chairs: Andrew Baker, Durban, ZA & Ion Daniel, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: APPS and electronic tools for acute care and trauma surgeons Luca Ponchietti, Milton Keynes, UK

    2. O108 - Abdominal Trauma: Are initial clinical findings guiding appropriate imaging and management decisions ? A. Kourdouli1, Y. Kiberu2, M. Popa3, V. Surlin4, M. Bica4; 1Villeneuve Le Roi, FR, 2Essex, GB, 3Ciupercenii Noi, RO, 4Craiova, RO

    3. O109 - Blunt intestinal perforations due to abdominal contusions: diagnostic particularities and prognostic factors of death A. Nicolau, R. Vasile; Bucharest, RO

    4. O110 - Correlation of Computed Tomography and Operative Findings in Patients with Liver Trauma: Experience of a UK Major Trauma Centre J. Reilly, J. Spiers, A. Navarro, A. Brooks; Nottingham, GB

    5. O111 - Angiography and Angioembolization in Blunt Splenic Trauma: If Not Now, Then When? M. Venter1, R.C. Marian1, I. Gheju1, M. Popiel1, L. Gulie1, D. Venter1, C. Oprescu1, R. Ciocan2, A.L. chiotoroiu1, M. Beuran1, B. Popa1; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Bucuresti, RO

    6. O112 - Value of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Laparoscopy for Patients with Blunt Abdominal Trauma: A Medical Center 10-year ExperienceH.F. Lin1, Y. Chen2; 1Newtaipei, TW, 2New Taipei, TW

    7. O113 - Presentation and Outcomes of Abdominal Trauma Patients Who Underwent Laparotomy M. Ayesh, M. Ellabib, N. Abdurraheim, T. Siddiqui, F. Mustafa, A. Kanbar, B. Younis, A. El-Menyar, H. Al-Thani; Doha, QA

    8. O114 - Terrorist attack in Nice: abdominal trauma experience D. Massalou, D. Chetrus-Mariage, G. D‘Andrea, S. Quirin, I. Bentellis, E. Benizri, I. Ben Amor, E. Sejor, C. Guedj, P. Baqué; Nice, FR

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    Keynote Session •HIP FRACTURE

    Chairs: Catalin Cirstoiu, Bucharest, RO & Gerrolt Jukema, Zurich, CH

    1. Keynote: Periprosthetic fracture of the proximal femur Catalin Cirstoiu, Bucharest, RO

    2. O115 - Hip fractures in elderly people: Surgery or no surgery? A systematic review and meta-analysis. C. van de Ree, C. van de Ree, M. de Jongh, L. de Munter, J. Roukema, T. Gosens; Tilburg, NL

    3. O116 - The dynamics of preoperative hemoglobin levels in extracapsular hip fractures: a review of 262 casesT.S. Gheorghevici1, B. Puha1, B. Veliceasa1, D. Popescu1, G. Puha2, O. Alexa1; 1Iasi, RO, 2Iași, RO

    4. O117 - Nine years of revision surgery after proximal femoral nail implantation – what lessons have been learnt? Can risk factors be identified? D. Sauter, D. Nägeli, R. Vogt, M. Schüler; Münsterlingen, CH

    5. O118 - The minimally invasive anterolateral approach vs. the traditional anterolateral approach for hip hemi arthroplasty after a femoral neck fracture: an analysis of clinical outcomes L. de Jong, T. Klem, M. Kuijper, G. Roukema; Rotterdam, NL

    6. O119 - Rotation Instability and Micromovements are independent Prognostic Factors for the Failure Rate of dislocated Medial Femour Neck Fractures W. Friedl, Haibach, DE

    7. O120 - Proximal Femoral Locking Compression Plate Shows High Rate of Complications in Medium-Term Follow-up for Unstable Proximal Femur Fractures S. Hodel, F. Beeres, R. Babst, B. Link; Luzern, CH

    8. O121 - Distal Locking of IM Nail in Trochanteric Femur Fractures: Clinical and Biomechanical Grounding. A. Kalashnikov1, V. Malyk2, I. Lazarev1, I. Stavinskii1, I. Litun1; 1Kyiv, UA, 2Poltava, UA

    9. O122 - Cable plate fixation for Vancouver type B1 periprosthetic femoral fractureS. Ajnin1, S. Ajnin2; 17rr, GB, 2Rr, GB

    10. O123 - Factors affecting the rate of postoperative surgical site infections in patients after hip hemi arthroplasty L. de Jong, T. Klem, M. Kuijper, G. Roukema; Rotterdam, NL

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    Keynote Session • • •TRAUMA SYSTEMS 2

    Chairs: Chrysanthos Georgiou, Nicosia, CY, Nicosia, CY & Stefan Georgescu Iasi, RO

    1. Keynote: Creating a new trauma archive Chrysanthos Georgiou, Nicosia, CY

    2. O124 - The effect of antibiotic prophylaxis on wound infections following implant removal; results of the WIFI-trial, a double blind placebo controlled RCT. M. Backes, S. Dingemans, W. I.F.I. Collaboration, J..C. Goslings, T. Schepers; Amsterdam, NL Nominated for best oral award

    3. O125 - Prehospital control of life-threatening truncal and junctional haemorrhage is the ultimate challenge in optimizing trauma care; a review of treatment options and their applicability in the civilian trauma setting. S. van Oostendorp1, L. Geeraedts2, E. Tan3; 1Beverwijk, NL, 2Amsterdam, NL, 3Nijmegen, NL

    4. O126 - The DENIM communication tool for prehospital trauma hand over: a national consensus A. Harmsen, L. Geeraedts, G. Giannakopoulos, M. Terra, H. Christiaans, F. Bloemers; Amsterdam, NL

    5. O127 - Development and internal validation of a prediction model as basis for prehospital triage of trauma patients in the Netherlands E. van Rein1, R. van der Sluijs1, F. Voskens1, M. Dijkgraaf2, R. Lichtveld3, R. Houwert1, L. Leenen1, M. van Heijl1; 1Utrecht, NL, 2Amsterdam, NL, 3Bilthoven, NL

    6. O128 - Is the thoracolumbar injury classification and severity score (TLICS) applicable to UK practice? P. Loughenbury, J. Tomlinson, C. Mann, J. Lamb, R. Dunsmuir, P. Millner, A. Rao, A. Khan, N. Gummerson; Leeds, GB

    7. O129 - Modified Traumatic Bleeding Severity Score (M-TBSS): the perspective for the prediction of the need for the massive transfusion in pre-hospital setting T. Ogura, K. Fujizuka, M. Nakamura, M. Nakano; Maebashi, JP

    8. O130 - Fatal Road Traffic Accidents in Merseyside, England: A Descriptive Study of Factors Involved N. Spiteri, G. Bessant2, M. McFall2, J. Taylor3, N. Misra2; 1Luqa, MT, 2Liverpool, GB, 3Al, GB

    9. O131 - E-bikes; too fast, too furious! Analysis of e-bike versus conventional bicycle related accidents H. Poos, T. Lefarth, J. Harbers, I. Reininga, M. El Moumni, K. Wendt; Groningen, NL Nominated for best oral award

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    ICL • INNOVATIONS IN SKELETAL TRAUMA CARE

    Chairs: Mike Bemelman, Tilburg, NL & Calin Tiu, Campina, RO

    1. The C-Nail for calcaneal fractures Martin Pompach, Parduice, CZ

    2. Targon FN for femoral neck fractures Georg Gradl, Munich, DE

    3. Patella plate Johannes Schneppendahl, Dusseldorf, DE

    4. Negative pressure wound management Gerrolt Jukema, Zurich, CH

    5. 3D printing in skeletal trauma care Mike Bemelman, Tilburg, NL

    16:00 – 17:30 Bratianu

    Keynote Session •ACUTE CARE SURGERY: GALLBLADDER

    Chairs: Selman Uranues, Graz, AT & Mircea Beuran, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Acute colecistities – when and how to operate Selman Uranues, Graz, AT

    2. O132 - Analysis on the risk factors for postoperative complications in patients who underwent urgent laparoscopy cholecystectomy M. Flores Cortes1, M. Rubio Manzanares Dorado1, F. Pareja Ciuró2, J. Tinoco González2, F. López-Bernal2, M.J. Tamayo2, V.M. Durán Muñoz-Cruzado2, F.J. Padillo Ruíz2; 1Seville, ES, 2Sevilla, ES

    3. O133 - A conservative surgical approach to gallstone ileus: an outcome assessment D. Tartaglia1, S. Bakkar2, J. Bronzoni1, L. Piccini1, L. Cobuccio1, A. Bertolucci1, C. Galatioto1, M. Chiarugi1; 1Pisa, IT, 2Zarqua, JO

    4. O134 - Near-Infrared Fluorescence Cholangiography During Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy – Our Initial Experience B. Dumbrava, M. Kazanowski, G. Bass, M. Arumugasamy, T. Walsh; Dublin, IE

    5. O135 - Pre-operative clinical jaundice does not increase complication rate in laparoscopic common bile duct exploration L. Navaratne, J. Al-Musawi, J. Winter Beatty, K. Qurashi, A. Martinez-Isla; London, GB

    6. O136 - Laparoscopic approach for lithiasic acute cholecystitis in immediate emergency. D. Brebu, C. Duta, C. Tarta, A. Dobrescu, C. Lazar, I. Mihail, F. Lazar; Timisoara, RO

    7. O137 - Indications for a transinfundibular approach (TIA) to the common bile duct for

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    8. O138 - Acute cholecystitis in fragile patients: retrospective study of percutaneous vs. endoscopic drainage. G. Costa1, A. Ardito2, A. Anderloni2, S. Mei1, M. Ceolin1, A. Fugazza2, H. Kurihara1; 1Milano, IT, 2Rozzano, IT

    9. O139 - Outcomes following different methods of closure of choledochotomy in laparoscopic common bile duct exploration (LCBDE) L. Navaratne, J. Al-Musawi, J. Winter Beatty, K. Qurashi, A. Martinez-Isla; London, GB

    16:00 – 17:30 Iorga

    Keynote Session •SKELETAL TRAUMA: LOWER LIMB

    Chairs: Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE & Razvan Ene, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Vascularized grafts in post traumatic bone defects of the lower limb Dragos Zamfirescu, Bucharest, RO

    2. O140 - Addition of medial helical plate to osteosynthesis of supracondylar femoral fractures P. Byttebier, G. Putzeys, T. Dewilde; Kortrijk, BE

    3. O141 - Clinical and Functional Outcome of Surgically Treated Patellar Fractures - A retrospective analysis M. Reul1, H. Hoekstra2, S. Nijs2; 1Brussel, BE, 2Leuven, BE

    4. O142 - Thrombo-embolic complications in bellow-the-knee trauma- don‘t look at the injury, look at the patient D. Lupescu1, A. Dimitriu2, N. Ciurea2, M. Nagea2, O. Lupescu2; 1Buftea, RO, 2Bucharest, RO

    5. O143 - Suprapatellar nailing of the Tibia W. Vandesande, Geel, BE

    6. O144 - Fixation of the posterior malleolus: functional and radiological outcomes after changing our operative strategy to the posterolateral approach. S. Verhage1, P. Krijnen2, J. Hoogendoorn1, I. Schipper2; 1The Hague, NL, 2Leiden, NL

    7. O145 - Open reduction and internal fixation of the posterior malleolus via the posterolateral approach is radiological superior to ‚A to P‘ screw fixation. S. Verhage1, A. Leijdesdorff1, P. Krijnen2, I. Schipper2, J. Hoogendoorn1; 1The Hague, NL, 2Leiden, NL

    8. O146 - Management of closed ankle fractures – a review of new British Orthopaedics Association Standards for Trauma (BOAST) guidelines C. Dover, C. Dover; Shrewsbury, GB

    9. O147 - Prophylaxis of venous thromboembolism in patients with a nonsurgical fracture of the lower extremity immobilised in a below-knee plaster cast; a randomised controlled trial

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    M. Bruntink1, Y. Groutars2, I. Schipper2, R. Breederveld3, W. Tuinebreijer4, R. Derksen5; 1Amsterdam, NL, 2Leiden, NL, 3Beverwijk, NL, 4Rotterdam, NL, 5Zaandam, NL

    10. O148 - Extensile vs. limited approach for the treatment of calcaneal fractures- pedobarographic gait analysis J. Pazour, S. Jandová; Liberec, CZ

    16:00 – 17:30 Balcescu

    ICL • MILITARY SURGERY

    Chairs: Mark Bowyer, Silver Spring, US & Florin Savulescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Forward Surgical Teams: Pros & Cons Avi Yitzhak, Beer Sheva, IL

    2. Difficulties setting up Forward Surgical Teams Teun van Egmond, Tilburg, NL

    3. Surgical management in austere environments Boris Hreckovski, Bukovije, HR

    4. Austere surgery: lessons we take back to our daily practice Louis Riddez, Stockholm, SE

    5. Where should we go in the future? Mark Bowyer, Silver Spring, US

    16:00 – 17:30 Human Rights Hall

    Guest Symposium ATCN

    NURSES' PERSPECTIVES IN TRAUMA CARE

    Chairs: Frederic Lodier, Lyon, FR & Maria Candida Durão, Lisboa, PT

    1. Common Errors that Trauma Center Quality Improvement Programs Make Mike Glenn, Seattle, US

    2. Trauma team: the nurse perspective Fabiana Cambiaghi, Rozzano, IT

    3. Multi professional MedSim training to stand massive casulaties in case of Terror Attack during UEFA championship Jean-François Ringeval, Toulon, FR

    4. Monitoring Health and Rescue Teams During a Major Disaster Riana Constantinou, Nicosia, CY

    5. Hemorrhagic shock an interprofessional challenge Michael Eulenberg, Munich, DE

    6. Challenges with massive transfusion Knut Magne Kolstadbraten, Oslo, NO

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    08:30 – 10:00 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    Keynote Session •POLYTRAUMA CARE

    Chairs: Pal Aksel Naess, Oslo, NO & Claudiu Turculet, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Trauma induced coagulopathy Ernest Moore, Denver, US

    2. O149 - Risk Factors, clinical presentation and management of of Morel-Lavalee injury after Blunt Traumatic injury M. Muneer1, H. Abdelrahman1, H. Al-Thani1, M. Murad1, A. El-Menyar1, G. Jabbour1, R. Latifi2; 1Doha, QA, 2Ny, US

    3. O150 - Is there an advantage of using the Berlin Definition for the assessment of polytrauma patients - The aspect of interrater reliability? An analysis of the University Hospital Zuerich database C. Pothmann, K. Jensen, G. Osterhoff, H. Simmen, K. Sprengel; Zürich, CH Nominated for best oral award

    4. O151 - Time to CT as Key Performance Indicator to restructure the Trauma Team in a Level II Trauma Center F. Cambiaghi, S. Mei, G. Costa, A. Varischi, J. Guerrini, A. Ardito, M. Ceolin, H. Kurihara; Rozzano, IT

    5. O152 - Emergency Department Thoracotomy – An Analysis of the TraumaRegister DGU® S. Schulz-Drost1, D. Merschin1, J. Unterkofler1, P. Oppel2, A. Ekkernkamp1, R. Lefering3, S. Krinner2, F..F. Hennig2, D. Gümbel4; 1Berlin, DE, 2Erlangen, DE, 3Köln, DE, 4Greifswald, DE

    6. O153 - Thoracic and abdominal injuries associated with vertebral-medullary trauma V. Porojan1, O. DAVID1, C.D. Badiu2, E. Radu1, I. Coman1, V. Grigorean1; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Bucuresti, RO

    7. O154 - Operative stabilisation of chest wall trauma: Single center report of initial management and longterm outcome C. Michelitsch, Y. Acklin, G. Hässig, C. Sommer, M. Furrer; Chur, CH

    8. O155 - Still Alive...and Well M. Venter1, R.C. Marian1, L. Ghita2, R. Ciocan2, D. Venter1, M. Hirshi1, M. Beuran1; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Bucuresti, RO

    9. O156 - Management of thoracolumbar fractures in the multiply injured patient - experience of a United Kingdom level 1 Major Trauma Centre P. Loughenbury, C. Lodge, J. Tomlinson, A. Khan, N. Gummerson, P. Millner, A. Rao, R. Dunsmuir; Leeds, GB

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    ICL •THORACIC AND VASCULAR TRAUMA

    Chairs: Juan A. Asensio, Omaha, US & Florin Iordache, Bucharest, RO

    1. Cardiac injuries Juan A. Asensio, Omaha, US

    2. Aortic injuries: suture or stent? Michael Rotondo, Rochester, US

    3. Penetrating chest injuries Elias Degiannis, Johannesburg, ZA

    4. Chest wall stabilization Luke Leenen, Utrecht, NL

    5. Diaphragmatic rupture Florin Iordache, Bucharest, RO

    08:30 – 10:00 Iorga

    Guest Symposium DGU

    SECONDARY RECONSTRUCTIONS AFTER SKELETAL TRAUMA

    Chairs: Ingo Marzi, Frankfurt, DE & Christoph Müller, Karlsruhe, DE

    1. Pelvis Marius Keel, Berne/Zurich, CH

    2. Proximal femur Christoph Müller, Karlsruhe, DE

    3. Hand Ingo Marzi, Frankfurt, DE

    4. Tibia Pol M. Rommens, Mainz, DE

    5. Proximal humerus Stefaan Nijs, Leuven, BE

    08:30 – 10:00 Balcescu

    ICL •EDUCATION – A NEW ERA

    Chairs: Christine Gaarder, Oslo, NO & Adrian Miron, Bucharest, RO

    1. ATLS and ETC, what is the difference and do we need both? Carlos Mesquita, Coimbra, PT

    2. DSTC: who to train and how often?

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    Christine Gaarder, Oslo, NO3. The ASSET course, pros & cons

    Mark Bowyer, Silver Spring, US 4. Emergency surgery curriculum for trainees

    Jonathan Tilsed, Beverleyw, UK5. Current development of military surgery training

    Francois Pons, Paris, FR

    08:30 – 10:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • •CEREBRAL AND SPINAL TRAUMA

    Chairs: Christoph Josten, Leipzig, DE & Stefan Florian, Cluj Napoca, RO

    1. Keynote: Atlanto-axial traumatic injuries - delayed diagnosis and surgical treatment Marius Catana, Bucharest, RO

    2. Keynote: Decompressive Craniectomy-New Perspectives Stefan Florian, Cluj Napoca, RO

    3. O157 - The simultaneous facial computed tomographic scans in assessing facial fracture for selective patients with traumatic brain injury L.K. Huang1, C.Y. Fu2, H.H. Wang3, H. Tu3; 1Yi-Lan, TW, 2Taoyuan, TW, 3Yi Lan, TW

    4. O158 - Complications of skull reconstruction after decompressive craniectomy M. Herteleer, N. Ectors, J. Duflou, F. Van Calenbergh; Leuven, BE

    5. O159 - Developing a new biocomposite material for substitution of cranial and vertebral post-traumatic bone defects F. Brehar1, O. Gingu2, C. Ristoscu3, A. giovani1, M. Gorgan1; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Craiova, RO, 3Magurele, RO

    6. O160 - Brain trauma foundation guidelines for intracranial pressure monitoring: compliance and effect on outcome A. Aiolfi, E. Benjamin, D. Khor, K. Inaba, D. Demetriades; Los Angeles, CA/US

    7. O161 - Surgical management of posttraumatic fronto-nasal CSF fistula F. Brehar, A. giovani, M. Gorgan; Bucharest, RO

    8. O162 - Does the type of intracranial pressure monitoring device affect outcomes in isolated severe blunt trauma brain injuries? A. Aiolfi, D. Khor, E. Benjamin, J. Cho, K. Inaba, D. Demetriades; Los Angeles, CA/US

    9. O163 - Overnight reporting of spinal trauma; are registrar reports sufficient to guide management? P. Loughenbury, J. Ferrier, A. Tachibana, E. Rowbotham; Leeds, GB

    10. O164 - Helicopter versus Ground Prehospital Transportation in Isolated Severe Head Trauma: A Retrospective Analysis from the National Trauma Data Bank

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    A. Aiolfi, E. Benjamin, A. De Leon Castro, G. Recinos, K. Inaba, D. Demetriades; Los Angeles, CA/US

    10:30 – 12:00 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL • COMPLEX INJURIES OF THE LIMBS

    Chairs: Peter V. Giannoudis, Leeds, UK & Olivera Lupescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. How to classify complex injuries of the limbs? Mircea Popescu, Timisoara, RO

    2. External fixation as first step of treatment Andriy Kalashnikov, Kiev, UA

    3. Soft tissue management Bore Bakota, Zagreb, HR

    4. Intramedullary nailing after external fixation W.J. Metsemakers, Leuven, BE

    5. The diamond concept enhances bone healing after complex injuries Peter V. Giannoudis, Leeds, UK

    10:30 – 12:00 Bratianu

    ICL •THE HOSTILE ABDOMEN IN THE SEPTIC PATIENT

    Chairs: Ari Leppäniemi, Helsinki, FI & Bogdan Diaconescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. The septic patient with peritonitis – what is the optimal approach? Eric Voiglio, Lyon, FR

    2. The open abdomen – how to manage it? Isidro Martinez, Alicante, ES

    3. The open abdomen –management in ICU Hayato Kurihara, Rozzano, IT

    4. Frozen abdomen - getting in and closing it up Ari Leppäniemi, Helsinki, FI

    5. Should we centralize management of severe postoperative complications? Mauro Zago, Bergamo, IT

    10:30 – 12:00 Iorga

    Keynote Session •APPENDICITIS & PERFORATED ULCER

    Chairs: Abraham Fingerhut, Paris, FR & Marius Anastasiu, Buzau, RO

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    1. Keynote: To operate or not – A new era for appendicitis therapy? Marius Anastasiu, Buzau, RO

    2. O165 - Surgeon-performed Ultrasound integrated with Alvarado and Andersson scores in the decision making of suspected acute appendicitis: preliminary results M. Zago1, S. Bozzo1, S. Coppola1, R. Pirovano1, D. Mariani2, M. Ciocca Vasino1; 1Bergamo, IT, 2Legnano, IT Nominated for best oral award

    3. O166 - Unnecessary Computed Tomography Scans after Positive Ultrasound for Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department G. Triantos1, N. Christodoulou1, A. Triantou2, K. Chatzimargaritis3, V. Koutouzi3, A. Chatzikanti1; 1Ρόδος, GR, 2Leros, GR, 3Rhodes, GR

    4. O167 - A New Diagnosis Score for Acute Appendicitis: RIPASA Score I. Dogaru, M. Avram, A.L. Hanu, A. Chelaru; Constanta, RO

    5. O168 - When is it time critical to operate in appendicitis? M. Elniel, J. Grainger, E. Nevins, N. Misra, P. Skaife; Liverpool, GB

    6. O169 - What makes a meckel’s diverticulum complicated: a retrospective analysis of 39 casesD. Tartaglia, A. Bertolucci, G. Stefanini, R. Fantacci, L. Cobuccio, F. Quilici, M. Castagna, C. Galatioto, M. Chiarugi; Pisa, IT

    7. O170 - Surgical management of gastro-duodenal perforated ulcer – still a challenge for surgeons? V. Calu1, R. Parvuletu1, M. Oun1, A. Talpalaru1, A. Miron2; 1Bucharest, RO, 2Bucuresti, RO

    8. O171 - Short and long term outcome of surgical management of peptic ulcer complications in the era of propton pumb inhibitors R. Hasadia, I. Ashkenazi, R. Alfici; Hadera, IL

    10:30 – 12:00 Balcescu

    Keynote Session •MILITARY & DISASTER

    Chairs: Francois Pons, Paris, FR & Valentin Grigorean, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: How to prepare hospitals for terrorist attacks? Mike Bemelman, Tilburg, NL

    2. O172 - Analysis of 6 major medical incidents since 2010S. Herman, Ljubljana, SI

    3. O173 - Mass casualty incidents at sea - Software supported triage and transport prioritization of patients D. Gümbel1, C. Ottersbach1, E. Henning1, M. Napp1, A. Ekkernkamp2, S. Schulz-Drost2; 1Greifswald, DE, 2Berlin, DE

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    4. O174 - Development of a concept for mass casualties at sea: triage tags for offshore incidents D. Merschin1, J. Unterkofler1, S. Trach1, D. Gümbel2, A. Ekkernkamp1, S. Schulz-Drost1; 1Berlin, DE, 2Greifswald, DE

    5. O175 - An innovative distribution system for Oxygen in Mass Casualties S. Schulz-Drost1, M. Weigeldt1, J. Unterkofler1, D. Merschin1, A. Ekkernkamp1, D. Gümbel2; 1Berlin, DE, 2Greifswald, DE

    6. O176 - Transfusion: safety and effectivity of frozen blood products in combat F. Noorman1, T. van Dongen2, M. Plat3, J. Badloe1, J. Hess4, R. Hoencamp5; 1Leiden, NL, 2Utrecht, NL, 3Doorn, NL, 4Seattle, WA/US, 5Leiderdorp, NL

    7. O177 - The impact of Rescue Surgery on the activity of the Emergency Surgery Unit of a Major Italian Hospital V. Cozza, R. Aversa, G. Di Flumeri, S. Magalini, D. Gui; Rome, IT

    8. O178 - Terrorist attack in Nice: the medical response J. Levraut, D. Massalou, P. Baqué, D. Chetrus-Mariage, G. D‘Andrea, S. Quirin, I. Bentellis, J. Gonzales, M. Carles; Nice, FR

    9. O179 - Weird and unpredictable trajectories of bullets in torso wounds made by lethal firearms M. Beuran, M. Venter, D. Venter, C. Ungherea Matei, L. Leca; Bucharest, RO

    10:30 – 12:00 Human Rights Hall

    Keynote Session • •THORACIC TRAUMA

    Chairs: Demetrios Demetriades, Sierra Madre, US & Ioan Cordos, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: The emergency thoracotomy: indications and pitfalls or futility Demetrios Demetriades, Sierra Madre, US

    2. O180 - The Role of Lung Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis and Management of Traumatic Pneumothorax V. Constantin, A. Carâp, B. Socea, S. Bobic, C. Moculescu, A. Nica, C. Ivancea; Bucharest, RO

    3. O181 - Clinical Significance Of Computerized Tomography Scan Findings In The Management Of Occult Pneumothorax In Patients With Blunt Chest Trauma I. Mahmood, B. Younis, K. Ahmed, F. Mostafa, A. El-Menyar, M. Alabdallat, A. Parchani, R. Peralta, H. Al-Thani, S. Nabir, N. Ahmed; Doha, QA

    4. O182 - The significance of a concomitant sternal fracture in flail chest patients as a result of a Polytrauma: Incidence, concomitant injuries, clinical course and outcome - an analysis of 21741 patients from the TraumaRegister DGU®.S. Schulz-Drost1, S. Krinner2, A. Langenbach2, P. Oppel2, R. Lefering3, F..F. Hennig2,

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    A. Mauerer4; 1Berlin, DE, 2Erlangen, DE, 3Köln, DE, 4Nürnberg, DE5. O183 - In search of risk factors for mortality and complications in patients presenting with

    multiple rib fractures: a retrospective study. J. Ten Bosch1, R. Jongen2, B. Meesters2, P. Hustinx2, E. de Loos2; 1Maastricht, NL, 2Heerlen, NL

    6. O184 - Radiological lung volume estimates in trauma patients undergoing stabilizing surgery for flail chest E. Caragounis, M. Fagevik Olsén, H. Granhed, R. Norrlund; Göteborg, SE

    7. O185 - Outcome of Surgical Fixation of Complex Ribs fractures in a UK Major Trauma Centre H. Iqbal, S. Shah, S. Scott, S. Scott, D. Melling, L. Jayalatika; Liverpool, GB

    8. O186 - Innovation of ribs plates for the flail chest stabilisation - benefits. F. Vyhnanek, Prague, CZ

    9. O187 - VIDEO-ASSISTED THORACOSCOPIC SURGERY versus TUBE THORACOSTOMY RE-INSERTION for the Persistent / Retained Traumatic Haemothorax: Interim Results of a Randomised Prospective Study S. Edu, P. Navsaria, A. Nicol; Cape Town, ZA Nominated for best oral award

    10. O188 - Thoracic Trauma - analysis of thoracic trauma severity score in a level III trauma center N. Tenreiro, C. Ferreira, S. Silva, F. Próspero Luis; Vila Real, PT

    14:00 – 15:30 Alexandru Ioan Cuza

    ICL • • CEREBRAL AND SPINAL TRAUMA

    Chairs: Marius Keel, Berne/Zurich, CH & Radu Gorgan, Bucharest, RO

    1. Traumatic brain injury Radu Gorgan, Bucharest, RO

    2. Trauma of the cervical spine Christoph Josten, Leipzig, DE

    3. Trauma of the thoracolumbar spine Daniel Serban, Bucharest, RO

    4. The polytrauma patient with spinal injury Marius Keel, Berne/Zurich, CH

    5. Rehabilitation Loredana Luca, Timisoara, RO

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    ICL •ABDOMINAL TRAUMA

    Chairs: Selman Uranues, Graz, AT & Mircea Beuran, Bucharest, RO

    1. Penetrating versus blunt abdominal trauma - initial approachPal Aksel Naess, Oslo, NO

    2. Trauma laparotomy: when and how I do itHans-Peter Simmen, Zurich, CH

    3. Surgical management of complex liver injuriesAri Leppäniemi, Helsinki, FI

    4. Laparoscopy in visceral trauma: when and how I do itSelman Uranues, Graz, AT

    5. Management of most difficult surgical cases: Practical approaches to the nightmare?Juan A. Asensio, Omaha, US

    14:00 – 15:30 Iorga

    Keynote Session • COMPLEX LIMB INJURIES

    Chairs: Milorad Mitkovic, Nis, RS & Olivera Lupescu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Keynote: Complex injuries of the limbs: amputation / limb savingOlivera Lupescu, Bucharest, RO

    2. Keynote: Advantages and limitations of external fixation in complex limb injuriesRadko Komadina, Ljublijana, SL

    3. O189 - Major traumatic lower limb amputations and associated injuries in civilian trauma.A. Arteaga, L. Zarain Obrador, A. Lusilla Lopez, C. Rey Valcarcel, M.D. Perez Diaz,F. Turegano Fuentes; Madrid, ES

    4. O190 - Severe combat-related lower limb injury: why amputation is no failureT. van Dongen1, E. Huizinga1, L. de Kruijff2, A. van der Krans1, J. Hoogendoorn3, L. Leenen1,R. Hoencamp4; 1Utrecht, NL, 2Doorn, NL, 3The Hague, NL, 4Leiderdorp, NL

    5. O191 - Providing of optimal biological and biomechanical conditions for healing andregeneration of bone tissueM. Mitkovic, M. Mitkovic, I. Micic, S. Milenkovic; Nis, RS

    6. O192 - The Protective Effect of Montelukast against Skeletal Muscle Ischaemia-Reperfusion Injury: Experimental Rat ModelM. Bilgic, G. Altun, G. Saka; Istanbul, TRNominated for best oral award

    7. O193 - Fractures With Large Bone Defects treated with Masquelet Technique. Review ofLiterature and Cases report.

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    G. Luengo Alonso, J. Ferrero Recasens, E. Vacas, J.L. Leon Baltasar, V. Rodriguez Vega,I. Auñon Martin, A. Capel Agundez; Madrid, ES

    8. O194 - Lower limb vs upper limb replantationsD. Zamfirescu1, A. Stefanescu1, C. Popoviciu1, I. Lascar1, A. Bordianu2; 1Bucharest, RO,2Bucuresti, RO

    9. O195 - Biphasic mixture of calcium sulphate hemi-hydrate and hydroxyapatite bonesubstitute for posttraumatic bone defects and osteomyelitis: experimental experienceswith follow up (indications and limitations)G. Jukema1, A. Frey1, M. Romero1, H. Simmen2; 1Zurich, CH, 2Zürich, CH

    10. O196 - the management of fractures in haemophilic patientsC. Carulli, A. Rizzo, M. Innocenti; Florence, IT

    14:00 – 15:30 Balcescu

    Guest Symposium: Romanian Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery

    DIFFICULT DECISIONS IN EMERGENCY SURGERY

    Chair: Stefan Georgescu Iasi, RO & Marius Anastasiu, Bucharest, RO

    1. Retroperitoneal abscess associated with perforated post-bulbar ulcerCiprian Duta, Timisoara, RO & Amadeus Dobrescu, Timisoara, RO & Alexandru Isaic,Timisoara, RO

    2. Difficult decisions in biliary surgery: Subtotal Cholecystectomy – Technical Abandon orResponsive PrudenceMarius Anastasiu, Buzau, RO & Razvan Dedu, Buzau, RO & Dragos Vicol, Buzau, RO &Alexandru Ilie, Buzau, RO

    3. The emergency management of acute colangitisAdrian Miron, Bucharest, RO & Valentin Calu, Bucharest, RO & Mihai Angelescu,Bucharest, RO & Mugur Aedelean, Bucharest, RO & Cosmin Giuglea, Bucharest, RO &Octavian Enciu, Bucharest, RO

    4. Surgical approach in acute pancreatitis: still difficult to choose the best momentMircea Beuran, Bucharest, RO & Ionut Negoi, Bucharest, RO

    5. Hollow viscus injuryFlorin Iordache, Bucharest, RO

    6. Outcomes in emergency abdominal surgery in elderly patientsValeriu Surlin, Marius Bica, Craiova

    7. Difficulties and limits in the treatment Fournier’s gangreneAlin Vasilescu, Iasi, RO & Bogdan Mihnea Ciuntu, Iasi, RO & Eugen Tarcoveanu, Iasi, RO &Stefan Georgescu, Iasi, RO (bitte letzten unterstreichen

    8. There is a place for laparoscopy in abdominal trauma?Alexandru Eugen Nicolau, Bucharest, RO

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