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  • FINAL PROGRAMME

    16th European Congress ofTrauma & Emergency SurgeryMay 10 12, 2015Amsterdam, The Netherlands RAI

    Save lives, share knowledge

    Organised by European Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery Nederlandse Vereniging voor Traumachirurgie

    www.estesonline.org

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    Table of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTSWelcome Message ESTES President ..............................................................................2Welcome Message Congress President .........................................................................3Organisation & Committees ...............................................................................................4Pre-Congress Courses...........................................................................................................4Acknowledgement of Societies ..........................................................................................5ESTES Board of Directors ...................................................................................................6ESTES Extraordinary General Assembly ...........................................................................7ESTES General Assembly .....................................................................................................8ESTES International Village .................................................................................................9Scientific Programme Information .................................................................................. 10Speaker / Chairperson Information ................................................................................ 11Programme at a Glance Sunday, May 10, 2015 ........................................................ 13Programme at a Glance Monday, May 11, 2015 ...................................................... 14Programme at a Glance Tuesday, May 12, 2015 ...................................................... 15Scientific Programme ......................................................................................................... 16

    Sunday, May 10, 2015 ............................................................................................ 16Monday, May 11, 2015 .......................................................................................... 31Tuesday, May 12, 2015 .......................................................................................... 48

    Poster Index ......................................................................................................................... 61Important Addresses ........................................................................................................120Registration ........................................................................................................................121Official Networking Programme ....................................................................................123General Information Congress .......................................................................................126General Information Amsterdam ...................................................................................127Industry Supported Sessions ..........................................................................................132

    Sunday, May 10, 2015 ..........................................................................................132Monday, May 11, 2015 ........................................................................................132Tuesday, May 12, 2015 ........................................................................................133

    Sponsor Acknowledgements ..........................................................................................134Exhibition............................................................................................................................135Exhibition Floor Plan .......................................................................................................136Invited Faculty Index ........................................................................................................137Authors Index ....................................................................................................................140Floorplan Level 0 ...............................................................................................................166Floorplan Level 1 ...............................................................................................................167

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    Welcome Message

    WELCOMEMESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

    Dear friends, dear colleagues,It is my great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the European Society for Trauma and Emer-gency Surgery to the 16th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery in Amsterdam. The congress president Roelf Breederveld and his local organising team as well as the ESTES sec-tions have made a great effort in organising a scientific programme that covers all the multiple fa-cets of ESTES including skeletal and visceral trauma, non-trauma emergency surgery, and disaster and military medicine. In addition, the programme covers topics that are important in further deve-loping our understanding, such as epidemiology, registries, innovations and evidence based care.

    This 16th ESTES congress in Amsterdam is in fact the 8th meeting with a unified ESTES framework that started in Budapest in 2008, followed by Antalya 2009, Brussels 2010, Milan 2011, Basel 2012, Lyon in 2013, and Frankfurt in 2014. By coincidence the series of the first seven meetings of our parent societies, EATES and ETS, started in 1995, and in 2007 during the dating period we had a joint meeting in Graz. Over the years the congress format has been more or less standardized and both the ESTES Board as well as the local organisers have made great efforts in order to be able to offer interesting, updated, and relevant information to our members and participants.

    In view of the constantly increasing membership individual and institutional of ESTES it has been a challenge to accommodate the various and sometimes very variable interests of our members, but looking back at the achievements it is fair to say that we have succeeded quite well, thanks to the flexibility and open-mindedness of our members. Furthermore, ESTES has formulated important educational and policy links with other international societies including the World Trauma Coalition.

    ESTES works in many areas and especially the educational activities of the ESTES sections pro-vide several courses in their respective fields. This activity will continue to improve and hopefully the input of the recently generated ESTES Education Committee will increase the pedagogical level of these courses. Furthermore, ESTES participates in many advocacy projects both within and outside the European Union, and is becoming the institutional representative of acutely ill or injured surgical patients towards political and administrative institutions. Our word counts!

    Although ESTES works every day the highlight of the year is always the annual congress. Besides acquiring scientific knowledge, it is the place to meet colleagues, formulate new friendships, and make plans for the future. Even with the modern video conference technology and on-line meeting opportunities, an event where you can meet your colleagues face-to-face, be it in the lecture hall, during a coffee break or dinner, or at the bar, is still the most enjoyable way to in-teract. I hope this congress in Amsterdam will fulfil your expectations and provide you with new strength, ideas and wisdom in helping you to care for your patients. I personally want to extend my warmest welcome and look forward to many fruitful exchanges in Amsterdam!

    Ari Leppniemi, ESTES President

    2014-2015

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    Welcome Message

    SAVE LIVES SHARE KNOWLEDGEDear colleagues, dear friends,It is a great honor to welcome you to the 16th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery in Amsterdam, capital city of The Netherlands. The leading theme of this congress is:

    Save lives - share knowledge

    Colleagues of all over the national ESTES member societies in Europe and also from the other continents will share their knowledge in over 80 sessions during three days.

    In instructional lecture courses, keynote sessions, case presentations and poster sessions, the state of the art in emergency and trauma surgery will be presented.

    With special interest for these topics: Military and Disaster medicine: disaster preparedness Skeletal trauma: Fragility Fractures, Pediatric Fractures, Sports Injuries, Spine and Pelvic Injury Emergency Surgery, Burn Care Abdominal, Thoracic and Visceral trauma. Pancreatitis and Pancreatic trauma Evidence based trauma care, Epidemiology, Trauma registration systems Innovations, New techniques, Minimal invasive surgery Bleeding control, Necrotizing infections Many other subjects will be addressed

    Furthermore there are several pre-course organised such as: Definitive Surgical Trauma Care (DSTC), Modular Ultra Sound Estes Course (MUSEC), and the Emergency Management of Severe Burns course.

    During the sessions there will be time for discussion to share knowledge. During the social events there are several possibilities for renewing contacts and exchanging experiences between colle-agues from all over the world. I am very grateful that so many experienced and young les

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