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1 Winter Scientific Meeting British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons November 2016 Victoria Park Plaza - London

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3 Winter Scientific Meeting November 2016 Victoria Park Plaza - London

4 President s Welcome Dear Friends, I find it hard to believe that the Winter Meeting 2016 marks the end of my two years as BAPRAS President. It has flown by. We have a great programme for you and I also have the enormous privilege that we have a Hunterian Lecture from Australia and an Australian, in the shape of Brian Sommerlad, delivering the McIndoe Lecture on his work and the enormous impact he has had on the treatment of cleft lip and palate both in this country and internationally. I am also delighted that the Royal College of Surgeons of England is conferring an Honorary Fellowship on Dr Foad Nahai, who trained in Medicine in Bristol, as did I, and then moved to the USA because he felt the career path was more open there in the 1970s. A tragedy for UK Plastic Surgery. Our inability, as a specialty, to look beyond individual self-interest blighted us badly in the 70s and 80s. I hope I have helped make us more outward-looking during my two years and that those who viewed me at the Fifth Column now have a different view of my passion for our specialty and our Association. Members - Please attend the AGM. The changes coming in the redevelopment of Royal College of Surgeons of England make our choices in the next few months crucial and your Council need you to decide on our course. It could produce the biggest change in our Association since and I am not underestimating the situation. Nigel Mercer President, BAPRAS 2

5 Council BAPRAS Officers Mr N S G Mercer Mr D J Ward Wg Cdr A N Pandya Mr N K James President Deputy President Honorary Secretary Honorary Treasurer Council Members Mr O A Ahmed- Council Member for the North East Mr D E Boyce- Council Member for Wales Mr T S Burge- Council Member for the South West Miss A L Dancey- Council Member for the West Midlands Mr R M Haywood- Council Member for the East of England Mr C Hill- Council Member for Northern Ireland Miss B Jemec- Council Member for London Mr A R Khandwala- Council Member for the South East Coast Mr A Kotwal- Council Member for Yorkshire and Humberside Mr P McArthur- Non-regional Council Member Mr D J McGill- Council Member for Scotland Mr M C Swan- Council Member for South Central Mr A Misra- Non-regional Council Member Dr M Shah- Council Member for the North West Mr N Yii- Council Member for the East Midlands 3

6 Contents President s Welcome 2 Council 3 Overview Programme Overview 5 Special Interest Group meetings & Closed Committees 6 Programme Wednesday 23 November 7 Thursday 24 November 12 Friday 25 November 19 Posters Posters by Surname 25 Posters by Presentation Slot 28 Posters by Numerical Order 29 Exhibition and Sponsorship Sponsors 35 Exhibitor list 36 Floor plans 37 Exhibitor Information 38 Information Venue Information 49 Information for Delegates 50 Information for Presenters 51 Future Meetings 52 Social Events 53 4

7 Overview Overview

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9 Programme Overview Victoria Suite Edward Suite Wednesday 23 November 09:00 Registration and refreshments 09:55 President s welcome 10:00 Overseas education/ Skin 12:30 Lunch and poster presentations 13:45 Cleft Research 15:45 Refreshment break 16:00 Hackathon 16:15 BAPRAS AGM Thursday 24 November 07:30 Registration and President s Breakfast Meeting 08:30 Innovation Craniofacial 10:10 Refreshment break 10:35 Hunterian Lecture - Prof J Greenwood 11:15 Education 12:15 Presentation of RCS Eng Honorary Fellowship 12:35 Guest lecture - Dr F Nahai 13:00 Lunch and poster presentations 14:15 Aesthetics 16:15 Refreshment break 16:35 President s Prize Friday 25 November 08:00 Registration and refreshments 08:30 Limbs, trunk and trauma 09:20 Head and Neck 10:25 Announcement of Winner of President s Prize :30 Refreshment break 11:00 Microsurgery- Sponsored by Mercian S&T 13:00 Lunch and poster presentations 14:15 Breast 15:45 Meeting Close 5

10 Special Interest Group Meetings A number of Special Interest Group meetings, and other associated meetings will be held over the lunchbreaks. There is no need to register for these meetings- just collect your lunch and make your way to the relevant room. Victoria Suite Edward Suite Wednesday 23 November 12:45-13:30 Skin special interest group Facial palsy special interest group 16:00-19:00 Hackathon Thursday 24 November 13:00-13:30 PLASTA meeting 13:30-14:15 Head & Neck BFIRST trainees meeting special interest group Friday 25 November 13:00-13:30 Microsurgery special interest group 13:30-14:15 Breast special interest group Trauma and orthoplastics special interest group AGM Wednesday 23 November The BAPRAS AGM will be held from 16:15 on Wednesday 23 November in the Victoria Suite. BAPRAS Members in all categories are invited to attend this meeting. 6

11 Programme Programme

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13 :30 Wednesday 23 November 2016 Programme Wednesday 23 November Lectures take place in the Edward and Victoria Suites. Refreshments, posters and exhibitors can be found in the Beatrice Suite 09:00 Registration, refreshments and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite 09:55 President s Welcome Location: Victoria Suite Overseas Education / Skin Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Mr W L Lam & Mr M Moncrieff 10:00 Free Paper - Regulation of vitamin D bioavailability in human skin by fibroblasts and keratinocytes during wound healing Mr J Q Tay (Presenter), Dr O Kamala, Dr A M Graham, Dr M J Thornton, Mr A L Mahajan, (Senior), Bradford 10:10 Free Paper - Systematic pathological component scores for skincontaining vascularized composite allografts Dr D Leonard (Presenter) (Senior), Glasgow 10:20 Free Paper - An investigation into the efficacy of a single low dose of insulin in the prevention of excessive cutaneous scarring in patients undergoing aesthetic breast surgeries Mr M J Hallam 1 (Presenter), Miss A Thomas 2, Miss E Pitt 3, Mr C Nduka 2 (Senior), 1 Aberdeen, 2 East Grinstead, 3 Buckinghamshire 10:30 Free Paper - Application of a 2-Layer VAC assisted wound closure following inguinal lymph node dissection Miss E Gathura (Presenter), Miss R Sharma, Mr M Heaton, Mr M Moncrieff (Senior), Norwich 7

14 10:40 12:00 Wednesday 23 November :40 Free Paper - The 2015 NICE melanoma guidelines and the sentinel node paradox: evidence-based or arbitrary? Mr D Morgan Jones (Presenter), Mr M Heaton, Mr M Moncrieff (Senior), Norwich 10:50 Free Paper - Unifying management of paediatric spitz tumours: development of management guidelines Miss C Defty, (Presenter) Miss S Beattie, Miss J Fielding, Dr J McPartland, Dr A Bakshi, Ms S Falder (Senior), Liverpool 11:00 Free Paper - Oligometastatic disease in AJCC stage IV melanoma: incidence and outcomes of primary surgical resection Miss M C I Lo (Presenter), Miss J Maraka, Miss S White, Miss L Wingfield, Miss K Almand-Chinn, Mr M Moncrieff (Senior), Norwich 11:10 Free Paper - Patients with a failed sentinel node biopsy- what next? Miss C Rivers (Presenter), Mr S Iyer (Senior), Preston 11:20 Free Paper - Prognostic Significance of Microsatellites and Sentinel Node Status for Melanoma Patients Dr S Ramadan 1 (Presenter); Dr M Mikhail 2, Mr M Rughani 2, Mr O Cassell 2, Mr M Moncrieff 1 (Senior), 1 Norwich, 2 Oxford 11:30 Free Paper - Nigerian burn course: a model of international surgery collaboration to strengthen the capacity and effectiveness of burn care Dr A Ibrahim 1 (Presenter), Dr O Oikeh 2, Dr O Adebayo 1, Mr D Barnes 3, Mr N El-Muttardi 3, Dr S Smailes 3, Miss B Jemec 4 (Senior), 1 Zaria Kaduna State, Nigeria, 2 Abuja, Nigeria, 3 Chelmsford, 4 London 11:40 Update - BFIRST Mr W L Lam 11:50 A training pathway for humanitarian medicine Professor A Redmond 12:00 Guest Lecture - Cleft care in a developing country Mr K K Tan 8

15 12:10 14:35 Wednesday 23 November :15 Q&A for guest presenters 12:30 Lunch, exhibition and poster presentations Location: Beatrice Suite/Foyer The following authors will be presenting posters in the Foyer. For information on presentation titles, please see the poster section of the programme Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 12: A Molajo 11 - S Koonce 12: S Hassan 7 - T Paterson 12 - R Wain 13: C Lutterodt 8 - S Sepheripour 13 - S Yao 13: S Sandhu 9 - L Wright 14 - N Riddell 13: E Woods 10 - J Dunne 13:45 McIndoe Lecture Mr B Sommerlad Location: Victoria Suite Chair: Mr N S G Mercer Cleft Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Mr C Hill & Mr K K Tan A parallel session on research is taking place in the Edward Suite. Go to page 10 to view presentations in this session 14:25 Free Paper - Reducing the vermilion notch in primary unilateral cleft lip repairs: Z-plasty versus the Noordhoff triangular flap Dr S Jan (Presenter), Professor F Khan (Senior), Lahore, Pakistan 14:35 Free Paper - Single surgeon, 15 years outcomes to complete bilateral cleft lip and palate treated by asynchronous lip and hard palate repair Miss F Maggiulli, (Presenter), Mr N Mercer (Senior), Bristol 9

16 14:45 15:25 & 14:25-14:35 Wednesday 23 November :45 Free Paper - Investigation of the reliability of assessment of videofluoroscopy for velopharyngeal dysfunction Ms C de Blacam (Presenter), Mr D Orr (Senior), Dublin 14:55 Free Paper - A protocol to deep phenotype the unilateral cleft lip deformity Miss A Chadha 1 (Presenter) Professor J Sandy 2, Professor D Edwards 1, Dr Y Wang 1, Professor P Haers 1 (Senior), 1 London, 2 Bristol 15:05 Free Paper - Feasibility of da Vinci robotic cleft palate repair: development of a novel robotic instrument for trans-oral robotic surgery Dr C Forrest, Toronto (Presenter) (Senior), Dr D Podolosky, Mr T Looi, Dr K Wong, Dr D Fisher, Dr J Drake, Toronto, Canada 15:15 Free Paper - Sphincter manometry: a novel method of assessing velopharyngeal function Mr R Murphy (Presenter) Mr G Laitung (Senior), Miss L Howell, Preston 15:25 Guest Lecture - The cleft surgical journey - a personal approach Mr K K Tan Research - Hosted by the Reconstructive Surgery Trials Network Location: Edward Suite Chair: Professor A Jain A parallel session on cleft is taking place in the Edward Suite. Go to page 9 to view presentations in this session 14:25 Update - RSTN Professor A Jain 14:35 Guest Lecture - Placebo controls in surgery Dr K Wartolowska 10

17 14:55 16:00 Wednesday 23 November :55 Free Paper - Does simple trapeziectomy work for base of thumb osteoarthritis? Mr M Gardiner 1 (Presenter), Dr P Kamalathevan 2, Mrs C Cooper 1, Professor D Beard 1, Professor A Jain 1, 1 Oxford, 2 London 15:05 Update - Results of the Nail bed INJury Analysis pilot randomised controlled trial Ms A Greig (Presenter), London 15:15 Free Paper - OptiFLAPP: an undergraduate-led national survey Dr R Kwasnicki, London (Presenter) 15:25 Free Paper - Inception of the first national cleft trainee collaborative Miss A Chadha, London (Presenter) 15:35 Free Paper - Vascularised Lymph Node Transfer in DIEP patients and effects on reducing lymphoedema. VLNT DIEP- A Multicentre, National Randomized Controlled Trial. Mrs L Patel 1 (Presenter), Ms R Waters 2 (Senior), 1 Stoke-on-Trent, 2 Birmingham 15:45 Refreshment break and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite 16:00 BAPRAS Annual General Meeting Location: Victoria Suite 16:00 Hackathon - Hosted by BAPRAS Innovation SIG Location: Edward Suite 11

18 08:00 09:35 Thursday 24 November 2016 Thursday 24 November 07:30 Registration, President s breakfast and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite All delegates are invited to join us in the Beatrice Suite for breakfast with the BAPRAS Officers Innovation - Hosted by BAPRAS Innovation SIG Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Mr R Kerstein & Mr B Dheansa A parallel session on craniofacial is taking place in the Edward Suite. Go to page 13 to view presentations in this session 08:30 Free Paper - Proximie: transforming through augmented reality Ms N Hachach-Haram (Presenter), Mr A Mosahebi (Senior), London 08:35 Free Paper - Oxford Plastics smartphone app: an innovative approach to junior doctor induction Ms R Morhij (Presenter), Mr A Ramsden (Senior), Oxford 08:40 Guest Lecture - Building a computational modelling system for surgical process Mr J Neheme 09:05 Guest Lecture - Open Your Mind to Others Professor M Elliot 09:30 Free Paper - OPBOOK: connecting trainees and consultants to improve aesthetic training Mr A Shiatis (Presenter), Miss H Lloyd-Hughes, Mr A Ponniah, Mr A Mosahebi (Senior), London 09:35 Free Paper - The cord and tape tendon model for tendon repair - an innovative, versatile and inexpensive simulation model Mr S Majumder 1, Wakefield (Presenter) (Senior), Mr S Duffy 2, 1 Wakefield, 2 Bristol 12

19 09:40 10:05 & 08:30-09:10 Thursday 24 November :40 Guest Lecture - How to develop innovations within the NHS and get them to market Dr R Deed 10:05 Guest Lecturer Round Table Craniofacial Location: Edward Suite Chairs: Mr D Dunaway & Mr D Johnson A parallel session on innovation is taking place in the Victoria Suite. Go to page 12 to view presentations in this session 08:30 Free Paper - A morphable model of the human head as an outcome tool for craniosynostosis surgery Mr C Duncan 1 (Presenter) (Senior), Mr H Dai 2, Dr N Pears 2, 1 Liverpool, 2 York 08:40 Free Paper - The surgical management of trigonoscaphocephaly as a result of combined metopic and sagittal synostosis Mr T Dobbs 1 (Presenter), Mr O Salahuddin 2, Mr J R JayaMohan 2, Mr P Richards 2, Mr S Magdum 2, Mr S Wall 2, Mr D Johnson 2 (Senior), 1 Swansea, 2 Oxford 08:50 Free Paper - Transfusion trends in fronto-orbital advancement: an analysis of 700 cases in the national craniofacial service Mr C Duncan 1 (Presenter), Miss M Stanley 1, Dr E Carver 2, Dr C Miller 2, Dr R Evans 3, Ms A White 1, 1 Liverpool, 2 Birmingham, 3 Oxford 09:00 Free Paper - Osseointegrated implants for auricular reconstruction: is simultaneous tumour resection and implant placement reliable? Mr J C E Pollock (Presenter), Dr N Knapp, Dr J Chaggar, Mr N White, Mr S Parma, Mr J Baden, Mr D Evriviades (Senior), Birmingham 09:10 Free Paper - A new and safe approach to correct the prominent ear deformity: the distally based perichondrio-adipo-dermal flap technique with or without conchal cartilage excision Dr E Cihandide (Presenter) (Senior), Dr O Kayiran, Istanbul, Turkey 13

20 09:20 11:15 Thursday 24 November :20 Free Paper - Three-dimensional printing supports chondrogenesis of human adipose stem cells on nanocomposite scaffolds Miss M Griffin(Presenter), Mr N Prinsloo, Professor A Seifalian, Professor P Butler (Senior), London 09:30 Free Paper - The management of fibro-adipose vascular anomalies at a tertiary referral centre: the Great Ormond Street Experience Mr D Nikkhah (Presenter) Miss R Ashton, Mr G Murphy, Miss C Mahon, Mrs A Barnacle, Mr J Moledina, Miss M Miranda, Miss G Smith, Mr B Sivakumar (Senior), London 09:40 Free Paper - Three thousand non-surgical sclerotherapy treatments of vascular anomalies with intralesional Bleomycin injection Mr T Muir (Presenter) (Senior), Mr A Al-Mousawi, Mr D Katechia, Dr G Kessell, Dr R Jayaraj, Dr S Fitzgerald, Middlesbrough 09:50 Guest Lecture - History of craniofacial surgery in Paris Dr E Arnaud 10:10 Refreshment break and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite 10:20 Hunterian Lecture Location: Victoria Suite The evolution of acute burn management - retiring the split skin graft Associate Professor J Greenwood Chair: Mr T E E Goodacre Education Location: Victoria Suite Chair: Mr D J Ward 11:15 Update - Scar Free Foundation Mr B Eley 14

21 11:25 12:35 Thursday 24 November :25 Update - Royal College of Surgeons Aesthetic Project Mr S Cannon 11:35 Free Paper - Effects of amniotic membrane seeded by foetal fibroblast and adipose-derived stem cell on regeneration of full thickness extensive burn wounds in rats Dr A Bajouri (Presenter), Professor S Motamed (Senior), Dr H Molaei, Mr E Taghiabadi, Dr S Shafiiyan, Dr N Sodeifi, Dr N Aghdami, Miss T Bolourieh, Tehran, Iran 11:45 Free Paper - McIndoe s Guinea Pig Club: the prototype patient support group Mr T Pezas (Presenter) (Senior), London 11:55 Free Paper - How plastic surgery departmental income is affected by surgical notes and the variability of clinical coding Miss A F L Edwin (Presenter) (Senior), Durham 12:05 Free Paper - The consultant learning curve: analysis of the first 100 consecutive one stage hypospadias repairs performed by a single surgeon in a regional centre Ms D Carlos (Presenter), Ms J Hughes, Mr N Wilson Jones (Senior), Swansea 12:15 Presentation of Honorary Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons of England 12:35 Guest Lecture - 40 years of plastic surgery education: what have I learned? Dr F Nahai 15

22 13:00 15:05 Thursday 24 November :00 Lunch, exhibition and poster presentations Location: Beatrice Suite/Foyer The following authors will be presenting posters in the Foyer. For information on presentation titles, please see the poster section of the programme Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 13: W Choong 20 - C Lutterodt 13: N Kelemen 13: A Hadj 22 - A Salibi 27 - A Al -Mousawi 13: W Nabulyato 23 - K Dhaliwal 28 - C Lutterodt 14: M Vourvachis 26 - S Rahman Aesthetics Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Mr N S G Mercer & Mr S J Withey 14:15 Update - Workforce planning Mr R Haywood 14:25 Update - SNOMED Mr N K James KSAPS Rhinoplasty Masterclass We are pleased to welcome colleagues from the Korean Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons for this session on rhinoplasty 14:35 Septorhinoplasty for the East Asian nose Professor E Dhong 15:05 Current techniques of nasal dorsal augmentation and short nose correction in Korea Dr S Man Koon 16

23 15:36 16:55 Thursday 24 November :35 Free Paper - Perfecting aesthetic results in abdominoplasty: the champagne groove technique Dr E Keramidas (Presenter) (Senior), Athens, Greece 15:45 Free Paper - Influence of an octenidine-based wound gel on postoperative wound healing and scarring after abdominoplasty Dr J Matiasek (Presenter), Vienna, Austria 15:55 Free Paper - Comparing plastic surgery national litigation causes, rates and costs with other allied surgical specialties Mr A Trevatt, (Presenter), Mr D Thomson, Mr M Soldin (Senior), London 16:05 Free Paper - Does breast size predict back pain? Mr A J Bowey (Presenter) (Senior), Mr P Sanderson, Miss D Lees, Dr I Serrano-Pedraza, Newcastle upon Tyne 16:15 Refreshment break and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite President s Prize Location: Victoria Suite Chair: Mr N S G Mercer 16:35 Free Paper - Leukocyte depletion of the donor limb using ex-vivo normothermic perfusion Mr K Amin (Presenter), Mr W Critchley, Dr A Ball, Miss T Major, Mr J Stone, Miss R Edge, Miss C Chhina, Mr J Wong, Dr J Fildes (Senior), Manchester 16:45 Free Paper - Novel biomarker in venous disease: the role of Connexin 43 to predict poor wound healing Mr M Kanapathy 1 (Presenter), Professor D Becker 2, Professor T Richards 1, Mr A Mosahebi 1, (Senior), 1 London, 2 Singapore 16:55 Free Paper - Smart polymers: a new toolbox for reconstruction? Miss R Harrison 1 (Presenter), Dr I Dunlop 2, Professor M Stevens 2, Mr S Hettiaratchy 2 (Senior), 1 Wakefield, 2 London 17

24 17:05 17:35 Thursday 24 November :05 Free Paper - Development of the first biometric and macrophage validated human adipose tissue derived breast implant surface Dr S Barr (Presenter), Dr E Hill, Dr A Bayat (Senior), Manchester 17:15 Free Paper - Formation of an in-vitro skin equivalent using porcine keratinocytes and fibroblasts applied to DermACELL decellularised dermis Mr S Ray 1 (Presenter), Dr A Lansley 2, Professor A Metcalfe 1, Mr B Dheansa 1 (Senior), 1 East Grinstead, 2 Brighton 17:25 Free Paper - IL-33 is a novel therapeutic target in Dupuytrens disease Mr D Izadi 1 (Presenter), Dr L Williams 2, Dr F McCann 2, Miss M Cabrita 2, Dr A Espirito-Santo 2, Professor M Feldmann 2, Professor K Midwood 2, Professor J Nanchahal 2 (Senior), 1 Exeter, 2 Oxford 17:35 Close 18

25 08:00-09:10 Friday 25 November 2016 Friday 25 November 08:00 Registration, refreshments and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite Limbs, Trunk and Trauma Location: Victoria Suite Chair: Mr S Hettiaratchy A parallel session on head and neck is taking place in the Edward Suite, commencing at 09:20. Go to page 20 to view presentations in this session 08:30 Free Paper - A comparison of the healthcare costs and quality of life of limb salvage versus amputation in open tibial fractures: a systematic review and meta-analysis Mr B Moxley-Wyles 1 (Presenter), Miss N Wielogorska 2, Miss L Harry 2 (Senior), 1 Brighton, 2 East Grinstead 08:40 Free Paper - A case-controlled study of recurrent giant cell tumour cases Mr L Linney 1 (Presenter), Miss J Pikturnaite 1, Mr F Al-Hassani 2, Dr C Jennings 1, Dr B Mathew 1, Mr A Platt 1, Mr D Thornton 2, Mr R Pinder 1 (Senior), 1 Hull, 2 Leeds 08:50 Free Paper - Botulinum toxin A in the treatment of Raynauds phenomenon secondary to scleroderma using a safer dorsal hand approach Dr K Dhaliwal (Presenter), Miss M Griffin, Dr S Salinas, Dr K Howell, Professor C Denton, Professor P Butler (Senior), London 09:00 Free Paper - Immediate hand transplantation following elective upper limb amputation: outcome at 3 years Mr D Wilks (Presenter), Mrs S Taplin, Dr M Bellew, Professor S Kay (Senior), Leeds 09:10 Free Paper - An outcome study comparing Te technique to stacks procedure in correcting extensor lag of vascularized toe PIP joint transfers Mr C Y Y Loh (Presenter), Professor Y T Lin (Senior), Taiwan 19

26 09:20 09:40 Friday 25 November :20 Free Paper - A current reconstructive algorithm in truncal reconstruction: the expanding role of free-styled perforator flaps and supermicrosurgery Mr R Y Kannan, (Presenter) (Senior), Mr M Gorman, Mr F Al-Aswad, East Grinstead 09:30 Free Paper - Sarcomas of the chest wall and Plastic Surgeons. The Newcastle experience Dr C Bayliss (Presenter), Mr T Crowley, Mr S Barnard, Mr R Milner, Mr M Ragbir, Newcastle upon Tyne 09:40 Free Paper - Total functional abdominal wall reconstruction with innervated chimeric rectus femoris and anterolateral thigh free flap Mr N Patel 1 (Presenter), Dr T Hayakawa 2, Dr E Buchel 2 (Senior), 1 Leicester, 2 Winnipeg, USA 09:50 Guest Lecture - The evolution of orthoplastics Professor L S Levin 10:05 Guest Lecture - Trauma lessons learned: military theatre to civilian battleground Mr N Tai 10:25 Announcement of winner of the President s Prize 2016 Head and Neck Location: Edward Suite Chairs: Mr O Ahmed & Mr S Morley A parallel session on limbs, trunk and trauma is taking place in the Victoria Suite. Go to page 19 to view presentations in this session 09:20 Guest Lecture - How to be a head and neck surgeon: NTN to MDT Mr O Ahmed 09:40 Free Paper - Ameloblastoma: our experience over forty years Dr S S Sandhu (Presenter), Miss J Tang Yao-Mei, Dr K Hunter, Mr A McKechnie, Mr A Smith, Mr A Yousefpour (Senior), Sheffield 20

27 09:50 11:20 Friday 25 November :50 Free Paper - The eyelid reconstruction after basal cell carcinoma removal Dr M Gushchina (Presenter) (Senior), Moscow, Russia 10:00 Free paper - The Synthes ProPlan CMF Software for mandibular and maxillary reconstruction using a free osseocutaneous fibula flap: our experience of 45 cases Mr J Wokes (Presenter), Mr M Kennedy, Mr J Adams, Mr M Ragbir, Mr O Ahmed (Senior), Newcastle upon Tyne 10:10 Free Paper - Reconstructing complex lateral temporal bone defects: the Birmingham approach Mr J C E Pollock (Presenter), Dr A Opeodu, Mr R Irving, Mr P Monksfield, Mr D Evriviades, Mr J Baden (Senior), Birmingham 10:25 Announcement of winner of the President s Prize 2016 Location: Victoria Suite 11:30 Refreshment break and exhibition Location: Beatrice Suite Microsurgery - Sponsored by Mercian S&T Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Mr H Giele & Mr V Ramakrishnan 11:00 Free Paper - Free tissue transfer for burns reconstruction Miss R Exton (Presenter), Mr M Khan (Senior), Salisbury 11:10 Free Paper - Multifaceted supersized free flaps in reconstruction of the skull base Prof Dr P Vogt 1 (Presenter), Professor C Radtke 1, Dr F Paprottka 2, Dr R Ipaktchi 1 (Senior), 1 Hannover, Germany, 2 Rotenburg-Wuemme, Germany 11:20 Free Paper - Cephalic vein transposition in autologous breast reconstruction salvage: a review of outcomes and implications for patient care Mr I King, (Presenter) Mr A Mellington, Mr M Jones, Miss A Hazari, (Senior), East Grinstead 21

28 11:30 14:00 Friday 25 November :30 Free Paper - Can DIEP breast reconstruction be safely offered to obese patients? A single-surgeon series Miss R Taghizadeh (Presenter) (Senior), Mr S Bennet, Mr K Graham, Dr A Wong, Liverpool 11:40 Free Paper - Facial reanimation in complex cases: the power of microsurgery Mr S E Morley, Glasgow (Presenter) (Senior) 11:50 Free Paper - Free tissue transfer for sarcoma reconstruction: a ten-year single centre experience Miss J Callear (Presenter), Mr B Strong, Miss A Sutcliffe, Mr M Ragbir (Senior), Newcastle upon Tyne 12:00 Free Paper - Head and neck recipient veins: does it matter? Miss J Callear 1 (Presenter), Mr W Bhat 1, Mr M Ragbir 1, Mr O Ahmed 1, Mr M Wagels 2, Mr D Saleh (Senior), 1 Newcastle upon Tyne, 2 Brisbane, Australia 12:10 Guest Lecture - The UK Hand Transplant Programme Professor S P J Kay 12:30 Mercian S&T Lecture - Orthoplastic extremity reconstruction - Replantation to transplantation and the legacy of Gillies Professor L S Levin 13:00 Lunch, exhibition and poster presentations Location: Beatrice Suite/Foyer The following authors will be presenting posters in the Foyer. For information on presentation titles, please see the poster section of the programme Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 13: S George 34 - B Adeji 39 - E Farrar 13: N Rabey 40 - C Loh 13: L Shanks 36 - Z Arshad 41 - A Allouni 13: S Koonce 37 - R Rollett 42 - D Liang 14: A Hadj 38 - H Khashaba 24 - D Ryan 22

29 14:15 15:45 Friday 25 November 2016 Breast Location: Victoria Suite Chairs: Professor P Blondeel & Mr N S G Mercer 14:15 Update - Breast Implant Registry Miss F MacNeill 14:25 Guest Lecture - Breast reconstruction Professor P Blondeel 14:55 Free Paper - Outcomes of the Enhanced Recovery after Surgery pathway in microsurgical breast reconstruction Miss K A M Sindali (Presenter), Miss V Harries, Miss A Borges, Mr M Jones (Senior), East Grinstead 15:05 Free paper - The lumbar artery perforator flap conundrum: managing a short pedicle Mr N Patel 1 (Presenter), Miss B Craggs 2, Mr R Sharma 3, Professor M Hamdi 2, Mr V Ramakrishnan 3 (Senior), 1 Leicester, 2 Brussels, Belgium, 3 Chelmsford 15:15 Free paper - Flap Viability Index: ensuring flap survival in perforator flap based breast reconstruction Dr D Liang 1 (Presenter); Dr J Dusseldorp 2, Dr D Pennington 2 (Senior), 1 Concord, Australia, 2 North Ryde, Australia 15:25 Free Paper - The perforator DCIA flap for breast reconstruction Mr N Patel 1 (Presenter), Dr T Hayakawa 2, Dr E Buchel 2 (Senior), 1 Leicester, 2 Winnipeg, USA 15:35 Free Paper - Feasibility study of preoperative radiotherapy in mastectomy and autologous free-flap breast reconstruction Mr S Wood 1 (Presenter), Mr P Thiruchelvam 2, Dr S Cleator 1, Mr N Jallali 1, Mr D Leff 1, Mr S James 1, Miss F MacNeill 1, Miss D Hadjiminas 1 (Senior), 1 London, 2 Nottingham 15:45 Meeting Close 23

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33 Posters Presenter surname alphabetical order Posters by name Name Number Abstract Title Dr Bismark Adjei 34 Improving the provision of orthoplastic lower limb reconstruction in a multi-site major trauma system: lessons on implementing change following four years of audit Mr Ammar Allouni 41 Does slow-release tourniquet cause less pins and needles when compared to the commonly used fast-release type in upper limb surgery? Mr Ahmed Al-Mousawi 27 Patient satisfaction survey of a regional paediatric hypospadias service Mr Zeeshaan Arshad 36 The use of venous coupler devices in breast free flap surgery: a systematic review with meta-analysis component Miss Wen Ling Choong 15 Non-invasive aesthetic treatments are they safe in unregulated environments? A case report of frostbite following cryolipolysis treatment in a beauty salon Dr Kiran Dhaliwal 23 Hand trauma clinic audit: are services being utilised effectively? Mr Jonathan Dunne 10 External ear melanoma: a ten year assessment of adverse features and outcomes Dr Edmund Farrar 39 Extension deficit after flexor tendon repair: a correlation study and an audit of outcome Mr Samuel George 29 Outcomes and demographics in reduction mammaplasty: a single centre, two year experience with comparison to BAPRAS guidelines for the commissioning of plastic surgery services Dr Andrew Hadj 17 Total sacral reconstruction with hinged free fibula flap Dr Andrew Hadj 33 The medial femoral condylar free flap: a novel utility in head and neck reconstruction Miss Sameena Hassan 2 Complications from electronic cigarettes: experience of a burns centre 25

34 Posters by name Name Number Abstract Title Miss Noemi Kelemen 16 Combined surgical and medical treatment of extensive cutaneous metastatic Crohn s disease: case report Mr Haitham Khashaba 38 Splinting technique for venous anastomosis in lower limb free flap reconstruction Dr. Stephanie Koonce 11 Concordance between indocyanine green and 99m technitium in the identification of sentinel lymph nodes in melanoma Dr. Stephanie Koonce 32 Utilisation of computer assisted design/ computer aided manufacturing technique in complex free fibula mandibular reconstruction Dr Derek Liang 42 Bowtie technique: a novel approach to correct the widened ventral labia majora after male-to-female gender reassignment surgery Mr Charles Yuen Yung Loh 40 Episomal induced pluripotent stem cells promote functional recovery of transected murine peripheral nerve Mr Christopher Lutterodt 3 Eight month analysis of the efficiency of a burns theatre: recommendations for improvement Mr Christopher Lutterodt 20 Use of a modified forehead flap for reconstruction of sinonasal fistulae Mr Christopher Lutterodt 28 Hypospadias: The true cost of dressings following hypospadias repair Mr Adeyinka Molajo 1 E-cigarette associated burns: a case series of patients treated at a regional burns unit Mr William Nabulyato 18 Cadaveric assessment of the transverse thoracis muscle and its impact on free tissue transfer in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery Mr Tom Paterson 7 A case of florid necrobiosis lipoidica in a nondiabetic secondary to red pigment of a tattoo Mr Nicholas Rabey 35 Lower limb salvage using dermal substitute following extensive soft tissue loss: a case report 26

35 Posters by name Name Number Abstract Title Mr Shakeel Rahman 26 The use of telemedicine in plastic surgery trauma referrals Dr Nathan Riddell 14 Does the time from diagnosis to biopsy influence the outcome of sentinel node biopsy in melanoma? Ms Rebecca Rollett 37 Case Report: microsurgery- vessel anastamosis in the pregnant/ post-partum patient Dr Daisy Ryan 24 Caprini: a SIGN of the times? Or are we being too NICE? Mr Andrej Salibi 22 Is chronic scar inflammation after carpal tunnel release a low grade foreign body inflammatory reaction? Dr Sandeep Singh Sandhu 4 To swab or not to swab: predictive value of preliminary microbiological swabs in paediatric burns Ms Sarvnaz Sepehripour 8 The use of Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotising Fasciitis score in early assessment: a systematic review of the literature Miss Lindsay Shanks 31 Surgical management of scalp sarcomas: the East Midlands experience Mr Michail Vourvachis 19 Aberrant facial flushing following monobloc fronto-facial distraction. A series of cases with an unusual post-operative phenomenon Mr Richard Wain 12 Basosquamous carcinoma: a single centre clinicopathological evaluation Dr Elizabeth Woods 5 Burns in over-eighty-year-olds: ten years of data from Western Australia Miss Lucie Wright 9 Paediatric necrotising fasciitis Miss Susie Yao 13 Is there room for improvement in SCC referral via the 2-week rule? A comparison of diagnostic accuracy amongst GPs, Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons in cutaneous SCC versus BCC? 27

36 Posters By Presentation slot Wednesday 23 November Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 12: A Molajo 11 - S Koonce 12: S Hassan 7 - T Paterson 12 - R Wain 13: C Lutterodt 8 - S Sepheripour 13 - S Yao 13: S Sandhu 9 - L Wright 14 - N Riddell 13: E Woods 10 - J Dunne thursday 24 November Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 13: W Choong 20 - C Lutterodt 13: N Kelemen 13: A Hadj 22 - A Salibi 27 - A Al -Mousawi 13: W Nabulyato 23 - K Dhaliwal 28 - C Lutterodt 14: M Vourvachis 26 - S Rahman Friday 25 November Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 13: S George 34 - B Adeji 39 - E Farrar 13: N Rabey 40 - C Loh 13: L Shanks 36 - Z Arshad 41 - A Allouni 13: S Koonce 37 - R Rollett 42 - D Liang 14: A Hadj 38 - H Khashaba 24 - D Ryan 28

37 Posters Numberical order 1. E-cigarette associated burns: a case series of patients treated at a regional burns unit Mr A Molajo (Presenter), Dr B Adjei, Mr Z Sheikh (Senior) (Manchester) 2. Complications from electronic cigarettes: experience of a burns centre Miss S Hassan (Presenter), Mr M Anwar, Ms P Muthayya, Ms S Jivan (Senior) (Wakefield) 3. Eight month analysis of the efficiency of a burns theatre: recommendations for improvement Mr C Lutterodt (Presenter), Mr A Mohan, Mr J Leon-Villapalos (Senior) (London) 4. To swab or not to swab: predictive value of preliminary microbiological swabs in paediatric burns Dr S Singh Sandhu (Presenter), Mrs L Nicholls, Miss S Rahma, Miss J Tang Yao-Mei (Senior) (Sheffield) 5. Burns in over-eighty-year-olds: ten years of data from Western Australia Dr E Woods (Presenter), Mr J Dunne, Mr J Rawlins (Senior) (Perth, Australia) 7. A case of florid necrobiosis lipoidica in a non-diabetic secondary to red pigment of a tattoo Mr T Paterson (Presenter), Miss S Hili, Mr M Khan (Senior) (Salisbury) 8. The use of Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotising Fasciitis score in early assessment: a systematic review of the literature Ms S Sepehripour (Presenter), Mr J Bechar, Ms S Odedra, Mr J Hardwicke (Senior), Mr G Filobbos (Birmingham) 9. Paediatric necrotising fasciitis Miss L Wright (Presenter), Mr J Henton, Miss B Crowley, Mr S Varma (Senior) (Newcastle-upon-Tyne) 10. External ear melanoma: a ten year assessment of adverse features and outcomes Mr J Dunne 1 (Presenter), Mr J Frost 2, Professor B Powell 2 (Senior) ( 1 Blantyre, Malawi, 2 London) 29

38 P11 - P19 Posters 11. Concordance between indocyanine green and 99m technitium in the identification of sentinel lymph nodes in melanoma Dr S Koonce (Presenter), Dr M Newman (Senior) (Western, USA) 12. Basosquamous carcinoma: a single centre clinicopathological evaluation Mr R Wain (Presenter), Miss S Abas, Mr S Iyer (Senior) (Preston) 13. Is there room for improvement in SCC referral via the 2-week rule? A comparison of diagnostic accuracy amongst GPs, Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons in cutaneous SCC versus BCC? Miss S Yao (Presenter), Mr H Tehrani, Mr P McArthur (Senior) (Liverpool) 14. Does the time from diagnosis to biopsy influence the outcome of sentinel node biopsy in melanoma? Dr N Riddell (Presenter), Dr E Balai, Mr M Rughani, Mr D Thompson, Mr O Cassell (Senior) (Oxford) 15. Non-invasive aesthetic treatments are they safe in unregulated environments? A case report of frostbite following cryolipolysis treatment in a beauty salon Miss W L Choong (Presenter), Mrs H Wohlgemut, Mr M Hallam (Senior) (Aberdeen) 16. Combined surgical and medical treatment of extensive cutaneous metastatic Crohn??s disease: case report Miss N Kelemen (Presenter), Mr A Morritt (Senior) (Sheffield) 17. Total sacral reconstruction with hinged free fibula flap Dr A Hadj (Presenter), Dr M Wagels (Brisbane, Australia) 18. Cadaveric assessment of the transverse thoracis muscle and its impact on free tissue transfer in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery Mr W Nabulyato (Presenter), Dr N Kumar, Mr A Elfaki, Miss M Fawzy, Mr J Perfitt, Mrs M Wright, Dr H Taylor, Dr C Brasset, Mr M Irwin (Senior) (Cambridge) 19. Aberrant facial flushing following monobloc fronto-facial distraction. A series of cases with an unusual post-operative phenomenon Mr M Vourvachis (Presenter), Mr A Cobb, Mr J Ahmed, Miss M Wyatt, Mr D Dunaway (Senior), Professor R Hayward (London) 30

39 P20 - P31 Posters 20. Use of a modified forehead flap for reconstruction of sinonasal fistulae Mr C Lutterodt (Presenter), Miss S Hili, Mr N Kirkpatrick (Senior) (London) 22. Is chronic scar inflammation after carpal tunnel release a low grade foreign body inflammatory reaction? Mr A Salibi 1 (Presenter), Mr J Arenas-Prat 2 (Senior) ( 1 Preston, 2 Vilafranca del Penedès, Spain) 23. Hand trauma clinic audit: are services being utilised effectively? Dr K Dhaliwal (Presenter), Mr M Pywell, Miss K Spiteri, Ms S Cerovac (Senior) (London) 24. Caprini: a SIGN of the times? Or are we being too NICE? Dr D Ryan (Presenter), Dr A Williamson, Mr C Jones, Dr S Penswick, Mr K Stewart (Senior) (Livingston) 26. The use of telemedicine in plastic surgery trauma referrals Mr S Rahman (Presenter), Mr T Hampton, Mr I King (Senior) (East Grinstead) 27. Patient satisfaction survey of a regional paediatric hypospadias service Mr A Al-Mousawi (Presenter), Ms A Gardiner, Mr D Katechia, Dr R Khaffaf, Dr S Qureshi, Mr C Ramanathan, Mr H Siddiqui (Senior) (Middlesbrough) 28. Hypospadias: The true cost of dressings following hypospadias repair Mr C Lutterodt (Presenter), Mrs A Mentesidou, Mrs D De Caluwe, Mrs N Rahmen, Miss M Farrugia (Senior) (London) 29. Outcomes and demographics in reduction mammaplasty: a single centre, two year experience with comparison to BAPRAS guidelines for the commissioning of plastic surgery services Mr S George (Presenter), Dr A Joseph, Mr O Koshy (Senior) (Liverpool) 31. Surgical management of scalp sarcomas: the East Midlands experience Miss L Shanks (Presenter), Miss V Twigg, Mr Robert Ashford, Mr S Tamimy, Mr A G B Perks, Miss A Raurell (Senior) (Nottingham) 31

40 P32 - P39 Posters 32. Utilisation of computer assisted design/computer aided manufacturing technique in complex free fibula mandibular reconstruction Dr S Koonce 1 (Presenter), Mr D Grant 2, Dr M Medina 1, Dr M Medina 1 (Senior) ( 1 Weston, USA, 2 Nottingham) 33. The medial femoral condylar free flap: a novel utility in head and neck reconstruction Dr A Hadj (Presenter), Dr M Cheng, Dr M Wagels (Senior) (Brisbane, Australia) 34. Improving the provision of orthoplastic lower limb reconstruction in a multi-site major trauma system: lessons on implementing change following four years of audit Dr B Adjei (Presenter), Mr J D Bedford, Mr J Wong (Senior) (Manchester) 35. Lower limb salvage using dermal substitute following extensive soft tissue loss: a case report Mr N Rabey (Presenter), Mr E Tiernan (Senior) (Salisbury) 36. The use of venous coupler devices in breast free flap surgery: a systematic review with meta-analysis component Mr Z Arshad 1 (Presenter), Mr J Jameson 1, Mr R Choudhary 2, Mr J Smith 2, Dr F Urso-Baiarda 3, Dr O A Branford 4, Dr D Brindley 2, Dr B Davies 5, Dr K Witt 6, Dr D Pettitt 2 (Senior) ( 1 St Andrews, 2 Oxford, 3 Berkshire, 4 London, 5 Cambridge, 6 Melbourne, Australia) 37. Case Report: microsurgery- vessel anastamosis in the pregnant/ post-partum patient Ms R Rollett (Presenter), Ms H Douglas, Mr J Wiper (Senior) (Leeds) 38. Splinting technique for venous anastomosis in lower limb free flap reconstruction Mr H Khashabam (Presenter), Mr M Khadim, Mr T Chapman (Senior) (Bristol) 39. Extension deficit after flexor tendon repair: a correlation study and an audit of outcome Dr E Farrar (Presenter), Dr G Filobbos, Mr G Titley (Senior) (Birmingham) 32

41 P40 - P42 Posters 40. Episomal induced pluripotent stem cells promote functional recovery of transected murine peripheral nerve Mr C Yuen Yung Loh (Presenter), Dr A Yen Ling Wang, Mr S Chuang, Professor F Wei (Senior) (Taiwan) 41. Does slow-release tourniquet cause less pins and needles when compared to the commonly used fast-release type in upper limb surgery? Mr A Allouni (Presenter), Miss L Taylor, Miss R Harper (Senior) (Sheffield) 42. Bowtie technique: a novel approach to correct the widened ventral labia majora after male-to-female gender reassignment surgery Dr D Liang (Presenter), Dr J Dusseldorp, Dr C van Schalkwyk, Professor P Haertsch (Senior) (Concord, Australia) 33

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45 Sponsors Platinum SILVER LECTURE SPONSORS Microsurgery lecture & session (Friday 12:30) 35

46 Exhibitor List 36

47 Exhibition Floor Plan 1 Royal Naval Reserve 2 Lemonchase 3 The MDU 4 Mediwound 6 Eurosurgical 7 PPM Software/ Surface Imaging 8 Sebbin 9 Sandison Easson 10 Q Medical 11 Mentor 12 IRISS Medical Technologies 13 Referapatient 14 Ideal Medical Solutions 15 Hospital Innovations 16 Mercian 18 Smith & Nephew 19 Nagor 20 Integra Lifesciences 21 Norgine Pharmaceuticals 22 Acelity 23 BFIRST 24 elpras 25 JPRAS 37

48 Exhibitor Information Acelity Stand 22 Address: KCI Holdings UK Ltd, 11 Nimrod Way, East Dorset Trade Park, Ferndown Industrial Estate, Wimbourne, BH21 7SH Contact: Claire Collins Website: Acelity is a global wound care and regenerative medicine company committed to advancing the science of healing and restoring people s lives. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Acelity delivers value through cutting-edge therapies and innovative products that address unmet clinical needs and lead the industry in quality, safety and customer experience. Our passion for our customers and their patients unites Acelity employees around the world. For more information, please visit Acelity.com. BFIRST Stand 23 Contact: Website: BFIRST s vision is of a world where surgeons and hospital staff in resource poor countries, have the necessary expertise and have the necessary supplies to be able to perform reconstructive surgery and rehabilitate patients by themselves, without our help, but we have to get the expertise there and make it self-sustaining first! How? BFIRST s mission is to train surgeons working in some of the poorest countries in the world by sending BFIRST Consultant Plastic Surgeons and their teams of relevant allied healthcare professionals on regular training trips tailored to the local needs in reconstructive surgery. We aim to make partnerships between units abroad and BFIRST teams, so our training maintains the local relevance and tracks progress. We have also uniquely built in an assessment of the BFIRST teams by the local surgeons and staff, and we continue to monitor the local surgeons progress through ISCP based assessment tools. 38

49 Exhibitor Information Why? Through reconstructive plastic surgery, we aim to release some of the world s most vulnerable children and adults from a state of poverty caused by a deformity or a disability. You know we can make a huge difference with reconstructive surgery, help us do it! Donate, sign up or spread the word on twitter, Facebook or pigeon post. elpras Stand 24 Contact: / Website: e-lpras is an e-learning project for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, which is supported by BAPRAS. If you would like to find out more about the project (e.g. how to access the learning materials or contribute as an author) then please speak to one of the representatives on the e-lpras stand. Eurosurgical Ltd Stand 6 Address: Merrow Business Park, Guildford, GU4 7WA Contact: Peter Cranstone Website: Eurosurgical Ltd was founded 25 year ago as an independent UK surgical distribution company for products and devices for plastic, reconstruction, and aesthetic surgery. We supply the international renown Snowden Pencer surgical instruments, complete liposuction and fat-grafting range of cannula in both single-use and re-useable styles, including Aquavage and Lipivage, single-use fat harvesting systems. New products include TIGR Matrix, the world s 1st long-term resorbable matrix for breast reconstruction and AWR. Pelnac a freeze-dried dermal matrix with a silicone for regeneration of dermis and the Humeca range of dermatomes and meshers 39

50 Exhibitor Information Hospital Innovations Stand 15 Address: Concept House, Talbot Green Business Park, Pontyclun, CF27 9FG Contact: Jodie Cooper Website: Committed to introducing innovative technologies into the UK, Hospital Innovations has been supplying allograft tissue to hospitals since 2008; working with healthcare professionals to provide surgical solutions focused on maximising patient outcomes. At BAPRAS we will be showcasing our products for plastic and reconstructive surgery: DermACELL advanced decellularised human dermis Avance Nerve the UK s only available processed human nerve allograft for nerve repair and reinnervation Ideal Medical Solutions Stand 14 Address: Unit 7, Epson Downs Metro centre, Waterfield, Tadworth, RH20 5LR Contact: Melanie Rayner Website: Ideal Medical Solutions has an extensive and comprehensive range of burns, plastics, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery products for the NHS and private sector. We are the UK s distributor for ReCell whose unique proprietary technology enables a clinician to rapidly create RES TM (Regenerative Epithelial Suspension) using just a small sample of the patient s skin at their bedside, within minutes. Please visit our stand to find out further information on ReCell and the following clinically proven products: Filtron Fat Transfer; Keller Funnel 2 and our new products the Onetrac Retractor and Galaflex. We are currently offering free product evaluations for the Onetrac and Galaflex so please visit the stand to arrange your trial. 40

51 Exhibitor Information Integra LifeSciences Stand 20 Address: Kingsgate House, Newbury Road, Andover, SP10 4DU Contact: Nicola Lees Website: Integra develops, manufactures and distributes implants, instruments and medical devices for neurosurgery, extremity reconstruction, reconstructive plastic surgery and general surgery. Our mission: provide surgeons with solutions that limit uncertainty in surgical procedures so they can operate under the best possible conditions and focus on what is most important: patient care. IRISS Medical Technolgies Stand 12 Address: Acre House William Road, London NW11 8TB Contact: Yuval Yashiv Website: JPRAS Stand 25 Website: Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions, deliver better care, and sometimes make groundbreaking discoveries that advance the boundaries of knowledge and human progress. Elsevier publishes leading journals in surgery including the official journal of BAPRAS, Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery (JPRAS). 41

52 Exhibitor Information LemonChase Stand 2 Address: The Brewery, Bells Yew Green, Kent TN3 9BD Contact: Mark Chase Website: Lemonchase are the exclusive UK distributors of Designs for Vision loupes. Designs for Vision are the number one choice for surgeons worldwide (indeed, they are the choice of over 95% of surgeons in the US and UK). Whether you are contemplating your first pair or would like advice on any changes to your current pair, Mark Chase & the team would be delighted to see you at their stand where they are also demonstrating Designs for Vision s outstandingly bright range of lithium ion, battery powered LED lights, with up to 12 hours of continual use - and which allow you to move freely around the operating theatre. Lemonchase are also demonstrating the incredible Designs for Vision NanoCam, which allows you to record the magnified images that you see through your loupes. Excellent for documentation and teaching purposes, and allows you to selectively record HD video, stills and audio via a foot pedal. Come and see what you re missing! The Medical Defence Union Stand 3 Contact: Membership queries Medico-legal queries Website: The MDU is the UK s leading medical defence organisation. We are a not-for-profit organisation wholly dedicated to our members interests. We offer members expert guidance, personal support and robust defence in addressing medicolegal issues, complaints and claims. Our team is led and staffed by doctors with experience of the pressures and challenges faced in practice and we have an unparalleled track-record of helping members overcome the challenges which could threaten their livelihood. We would be delighted to meet you at our stand and answer any questions you have about MDU membership. 42

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