Schedule

7:30 – 8:30  Registration, Exhibits, Croissant and Coffee
8:30 – 8:35  Opening Remarks, PD Dr. B. Schnüriger, Bern

SESSION 1: Special Circumstances in the Shockroom (Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall)

Moderator: PD Dr. B. Schnüriger, Bern, Dr. T. Haltmeier, Los Angeles/Bern
8:35 – 8:50 Blunt hollow viscus injury: Risk factors and diagnosis, Dr. K. Sprengel, Zürich
8:50 – 9:05 Mild traumatic brain Injury - Small but powerful!, Dr. Rita Schaumann-von Stosch, SUVA
9:05 – 9:20 Bradycardia, Hypotension and spinal cord injury – Neurogenic shock!, PD Dr. P. Schoettker, Lausanne
9:20 – 9:35 Blunt lung contusion: The stepchild of trauma, Dr. S. Sharafi, Bern
9:35 – 10:00 Discussion

10.00 - 10.30  Refreshment Break, Exhibits

SESSION 2: Workshops

Workshop 1
10:30 – 11:10 Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall: Spinal cord injury: Modern concept of acute management and rehabilitation, PD Dr. L. Benneker, Bern, Dr. M. Baumberger, Nottwil
10:30 – 11:10 Room 1: Debriefing of the trauma team: When, How, and Why?, Prof. R. Greif, Bern and others
10:30 – 11:10 Rooms 2 and 3: Advanced E-FAST: Hands on for everybody!, Dr. B. Lehmann, Bern, and others
10:30 – 11:10 Room 4: Trauma scores: Do they help to bring the right patient to the right hospital?, Dr. R. Hasler, Basel/Bern, Dr. N. Bless, Basel
Workshop 2
11:20 – 12:00 Ettore Rossi: Teaching in the Shockroom: Possible or simply a daydream?, Prof. Dr. K. Inaba, Los Angeles, PD Dr. B. Schnüriger, Bern, Dr. M. Brodmann, Bern
11:20 – 12:00 Room 1: Debriefing of the trauma team: When, How, and Why?, Prof. R. Greif, Bern
11:20 – 12:00 Rooms 2 and 3: Advanced E-FAST: Hands-on for everybody!, Dr. B. Lehmann, Bern, and others
11:20 – 12:00 Room 4: Nutrition of the polytraumatized patient in the ICU: Why, When, What and How much?, Prof. R. Stocker, Zürich, Prof. Dr. Z. Stanga, Bern, Dr. T. Haltmeier, Bern/LA

12.00 – 13.00  Lunch, Exhibits
12:15 – 12:45  Point of care guided factor concentrate therapy vs. 1:1:1 in trauma, PD Dr. H. Schöchl, Austria

SESSION 3: State-of-the-Art Lecture (Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall)

Moderator: PD Dr. B. Schnüriger, Bern
13:00 – 13:30 New advanced local and systemic hemostatic agents: Science fiction or reality?, Prof. Dr. K. Inaba, USA

SESSION 4: Shockroom - The team appraoch

Moderator: Prof. Dr. A. Exadaktylos
13:30 – 13:45 When and how to secure the airway in trauma?, PD Dr. L. Theiler, Bern
13:45 – 14:0 The Dos and Don’ts of Traumateam-Leadership, Prof. Dr. J Osterwalder, St. Gallen
14:00 – 14:15 The Intensivist in the Shockroom : When beneficial?, PD Dr. T. Merz, Bern
14:15 – 14:30 Discussion

SESSION 5: Military Session – Lessons Learned the Hard Way! (Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall)

Moderator: Major General Dr. A. Stettbacher
13:30 – 13:40 Introduction, Major General Dr. A. Stettbacher
13:40 – 14:00 Blood Transfusions - 2016, Prof. Dr. M. Schreiber
14:00 – 14:20 Masquelet procedure and management of infection in trauma patients, Dr. Dennis Vogt
14:20 – 14:30 Discussion

SESSION 6: STRD Special Guest Lecture

Moderator: Prof. Dr. M. Keel, Bern
14:35 – 15:05 Evidence-based Medicine in Trauma Care: E.g. blunt pelvic injury, Dr. M. Bhandari, Toronto, Canada

15.05 - 15.30  Refreshment Break, Exhibits

SESSION 7: Preclinical Trauma Care (Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall)

Moderator: Prof. Dr. J Osterwalder, St. Gallen, Prof. Dr. M. Keel, Bern
15:30 – 15:50 Prevention of severe injuries in car accidents: What’s possible?, Prof. Dr. M. Nerlich, Regensburg, Germany
15:50 – 16:05 Tourniquet use in the preclinal care of severe extremity trauma – Save and useful?, Dr. T. Haltmeier, Los Angeles/Bern
16:05 – 16:20 Prevention of secondary damage in traumatic brain injury, Dr. M. Oertel, Bern
16:20 – 16:30 Discussion

SESSION 8: Tough Trauma Cases: The Experts‘ Decisions (Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall)

Experts panel: Prof. Dr. K. Inaba, USA, Prof. Dr. M. Schreiber, USA, Dr. D. Vogt, Prof. Dr. M. Nerlich, Dr. T. Haltmeier, Bern, Dr. K. Sprengel, Zürich
16:30 – 17:15 Case presentations and discussion of unusual and tricky trauma cases, Prof. Dr. M. Keel, Bern, PD Dr. B. Schnüriger, Bern
17:15 – 17:25 Summary, Prof. Dr. H. Zimmermann