Poster Presentations


Moderators:  Steve Kahn, MD, and Michael Feldman, MD

P1  Herpesviridae Viremia in Pediatric Burn Patients
Karel D. Capek, MD, Fellow; Waheed Muses, MT (ASCP) MBA; Cherry Song, DO; Preetha Muthayya, MBBS; Hal K. Hawkins, MD, PhD; Carlos Jimenez, MD; Jong O. Lee, MD; Ludwik Branski, MD; Ted T. Huang, MD; David N. Herndon, MD – Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burn Unit, Galveston, TX

P2  Peripartum Burns
Maggie Kuhlmann, MD; Karel D. Capek, MD; Jong O. Lee, MD; David N. Herndon, MD – University of Texas Medical Branch and Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burn Unit, Galveston, TX

 P3  Thoracoabdominal Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection following Hysterectomy
Jin Sol Oh, MD, Resident; Caleb Mentzer, DO; Steven Holsten, MD – Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA

P4  Herpes Simplex Virus Activation: Two case reports of Herpes Simplex Viral Lesions in Donor Sites
Rachel Williams, MD, Fellow; Juvonda Hodge, MD; Walter Ingram, MD – Emory University, Atlanta, GA

P5  Immediate Skin Graft Following Traumatic Upper Extremity Amputation
James R. Yon, MD, Fellow; Lindsay Petersen, MD; Samuel Kingsley, MD; Dorion Wiley, MD; Stathis Poulakidas, MD; Andrew Dennis, DO; Kimberly Joseph, MD; Kimberly Nagy, MD; Frederic Starr, MD; Faran Bokhari, MBA, MD – Department of Trauma and Burn, John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, IL


Moderators:  Jay Collins, MD, and Kevin Sittig, MD

 P6  Survey Analysis for Advanced Burn Provider Course
Jeffrey E. Carter, MD; Paul Inclan, BS; James H. Holmes, IV, MD – Wake Forest Baptist Health Burn Center, Winston-Salem, NC

P7  Incidence of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Infection in Adult Burn Patients
Jong O. Lee, MD; Jamie Heffernan, RN, BSN, CCRN; David N. Herndon, MD – Shriners Burns Hospital, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

P8  Treatment Strategies Utilizing Fetal Bovine Acellular Dermal Matrix (PriMatrix) to Reduce Autologous Skin Grafting Procedures and Amount of Needed Autologous Tissue
Tracee Short, MD; Ernest Mencer, MD – Baton Rouge General Hospital, Burn Unit, Baton Rouge, LA

P9  Adrenal Insufficiency Due To Topical Kenalog Administration With Laser Therapy For Burn Scars In A Pediatric Patient
Richard J. Cartie, MD; Tanya M. Oswald, MD; Jeanine Linehan-Burack, PA-C – Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital, Augusta, GA

P10  A New Method of Wound Bed Cleansing and Preparation in Partial-Thickness and Deep-Partial Thickness Burns in Children
Paul Glat, MD  – St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Burn Unit, Philadelphia, PA

P11  Development of a Swine Model to Investigate the Conversion of Burns from Partial-thickness to Full-thickness in Depth
Christine J. Kowalczewski, PhD2; Maj Julie Rizzo, MD1; Ltc Kevin Chung, MD1; Daniel Roy, PhD2; Luke Burnett, PhD2; Robert Christy, PhD1 –NeraNetics, LLC2 and US Army Institute of Surgical Research1, Fort Sam Houston, TX

Moderators:  Winston Richards, MD, and Todd Huzar, MD

P12  Three Days Away: Burn Size Estimation While en route to Definitive Care
Nicole W. Caldwell, BA, AAS, RN; Maria Serio-Melvin, MSN, RN – US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, TX

P13  ICU OR Burn Block Time Efficiency
Ginny Figel, RN, MSN, CNL; Brittany Nye, AA-C; Rivka Nuberger, AA-C; Susan Campis RN, MSN, CCRN; Nichole Dennis RN, BSN, CCRN; Cynthia Alexander MSRRT – Grady Health System, Burn Center, Atlanta, GA

P14  Successful Management of Severe Inhalation Injury and Profound Hypoxic Respiratory Failure with Early Initiation of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation:  A Case Series
Tonya C. George, PA-C, PhD; Krislynn M. Mueck, MD; Todd F. Huzar, MD, FACS; John A. Harvin, MD; James M. Cross, MD, FACS; Charles Wade, PhD; Bryan A. Cotton, MD, MPH, FACS; Joseph D. Love, DO, FACS – University of Texas Health Science Center/Texas Trauma Institute, Houston, TX

P15  Family Centered Approach to the ICU Admission
Kim Hulin, BSN – North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC

P16  Identification of Cryptococcus Uniguttulatus Fungemia in a Necrotizing Fasciitis Patient Under the Care of the Burn Intensivist
Jeanne A. Haid, ACNP; Bruce C. Friedman, MD; Lisa Smith, RPh; Joseph R. Shaver, MD; Robert F. Mullins, MD – Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital, Augusta, GA

P17  Self-Reported Reasons for Acting or Not Acting on Safety Recommendations Taken by Older Black and White Men Who Reside in North Carolina
Ernest J. Grant, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN; Bruce A. Cairns, MD, FACS – North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC

 Moderators:  Dana Nakamura, OTR/L, and David Mozingo, MD

 P18  Promoting Custom Casting and Splinting in Burn Populations: Case Studies
Ashley Evans, OTR; Lindsey Brown, OTR   – Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas, TX

P19  Burn Injury and Upper Limb Loss: When Does Rehabilitation End?
Sandra  Fletchall, OTR/L, CHT, MPA; William L. Hickerson, MD – Firefighters’ Burn Center, Memphis, TN

P20  Successful Recovery and Acute Rehabilitation of a Severely Burn-Injured Patient
Reg Richard, MS, PT; Tiffany Pitman, COTA; Beth Shields, RD; Sarah Shingleton, RN, MS; Scott Dewey, PT, CHT; Ian R Driscoll, MD; J Chris Graybill, MD; Kevin K Chung, MD – US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, TX

P21  Southern Burn Region: Cradle of American Burn Association Presidents
Reg Richard, MS, PT; Glen E. Gueller, CKM; Kevin K Chung, MD – US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, TX

P22  Severe Liver Dysfunction in a Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) Patient
Kimberly M. Linticum, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC; Robert F. Mullins, MD; Bruce C. Friedman, MD; Joseph R. Shaver, MD; S.M. Abu Zaheed Hassan, MD; Claus Brandigi, MD – Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital, Augusta, GA

Moderators:  Lesley Wong, MD, and Salil Gulati, MD

P23  Standardizing Communication of Burn Care: A Unit Performance Improvement
Natalie M. Fitzgerald, RN, BSN; Lillian Aguirre, MSN, CNS, CCRN, CCNS; Susan L.
Smith, MSN, PhD(c), ARNP-BC, FAANP – Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL

P24  Improving Patient Access to Burn Care:  1-800-4 Trauma
Kari M. Gabehart, MSN, FNP-BC; Rajiv Sood, MD – Richard M. Fairbanks Burn Center, Indianapolis, IN

 P25  The Staff Nurse and Institutional Intercommunication
Kamron S. Lusk, BSN – North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC

P26  A Wound Dressing Containing Ag Oxysalts has Greater Antibacterial Activity than other Types of Silver
Lindsay Kalan, PhD – Exciton Technologies, Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

P27  Increasing Nurse Confidence of Caring for the Pediatric Burn Patient
Monica Camilleri, RN, BSN; Rachel Tunstall, RN; Sarah Ayers, BSN; Lindsay Topper, RN; Grace Schmits, BSN; Bruce Cairns, MD; Samuel Jones, MD – North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC

Moderators:  Juvonda Hodge, MD, and James Hwang, MD

P28  Pre-Albumin and Albumin Levels as Potential Markers for Measuring Burn Patient Progress during Hospital Stay
Nerissa C. D’Silva, MSII;  Chase Hansen, MBA; Kara Amavizca; Eneko Larumbe, PhD; Sharmila Dissanaike, MD – Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Burn Center of Research Excellence, Lubbock, TX

P29  In-Vitro Assessment of Wound Dressing Bacterial Sequestration
Christian Stephenson, PhD; Jodie Lovett; Sarah Roberts – Crawford Healthcare, Cheshire, England

P30  The Association between Prehospital Intubation and Pneumonia Risk in Burn Patients
Justin J. Webb, MSIV; Chandra V. Ellis, MD; Duraid S. Younan, MD; Jeffrey D. Kerby, MD PhD; Russell L. Griffin, PhD; Thomas A. Swain, BS – University of Alabama School of Medicine, Birmingham, AL

P31  Facial Burns Received while Smoking on Home Oxygen Results in Significant Mortality
Mica Esquenazi, MSIII; Derek E. Bell, MD – University of Rochester Medical Center, Burn Unit, Rochester, NY

P32  Pain from Beauty Products: Pediatric Burns Resulting from Hair Flat and Curling Irons
Mica Esquenazi, MSIII; Derek E. Bell, MD – University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY