SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
16 October 2021
16:00-19:20 (UTC+3, Moscow)
Chair persons:
Part 1. Plenary
Day 1. Civilian and Military Trauma
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Matthew Martin
(USA)
Mansoor Khan
(United Kingdom)
Viktor Reva
(Russia)
16:00-16:20
90th anniversary Department of War Surgery. Trauma System Development in Russia
Igor Samokhvalov (Russia)
16:20-16:40
Word of advice to Russian Trauma Community
Kenneth Mattox (USA)
16:40-17:00
Trauma surgery in the 21th century: what's new?
Raul Coimbra (USA)
17:00-17:20
Top 5 illusions in civilian trauma surgery
Boris Kessel (Israel)
17:20-17:40
Top 5 illusions in military trauma surgery
Mansoor Khan (United Kingdom)
17:40-18:00
Tactical Medicine - civilian and military applications
Fredrik Granholm (Sweden)
18:00-18:20
Military surgery in a combat zone: Russian experience
Alexey Goncharov (Russia)
18:20-18:40
Combat trauma management in the Karabakh war
Kenan Yusif-Zade (Azerbaijan)
18:40-19:00
"Those who wish to be a surgeon should go to war"
Jennifer Gurney (USA)
19:00-19:20
Military to Civilian trauma care interaction
Matthew Martin (USA)
Part.2 Receiving trauma patient in the ER/OR
16 October 2021
19:40-21:00 (UTC+3, Moscow)
Chair persons:
Roman Pfeifer
(Switzerland)
Andrew Nicol
(South Africa)
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Igor Samokhvalov
(Russia)
19:40-20:00
Severe trauma in the ER: How we do it in Japan
Junichi Matsumoto (Japan)
20:00-20:20
Severe trauma in the ER: How we do it in USA
Elizabeth Benjamin (USA)
20:20-20:40
Severe trauma in the ER: How we do it in South Africa
Andrew Nicol (South Africa)
20:40-21:00
Severe trauma in the ER/OR: How we do it in Colombia
or Israeli trauma system : what we may advice for trauma patents.

Carlos Ordoñez (Colombia)
or Boris Kessel (Israel)
Part 3. Education and research
16 October 2021
21:20-23:00 (UTC+3, Moscow)
Chair persons:
Alexey Goncharov
(Russia)
Kenneth Boffard
(South Africa)
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Mark Bowyer
(USA)
21:20-21:40
Advances in civilian and military training in trauma
Demetrios Demetriades (USA)
21:40-22:00
Education for military surgeons
Mark Bowyer (USA)
22:00-22:20
SMART educational platform
Viktor Reva (Russia)
22:20-22:40
Simulation-based trauma and disaster training in Pakistan
Rashid Aqeel (Pakistan)
22:40-23:00
Randomized clinical trials in trauma
Jan Jansen (USA)
23:00-23:20
NTDB and PROOVIT Registries to improve trauma care
Joseph DuBose (USA)
Day 2. Hot Topics in Trauma Management
17 October 2021
10:00-13:00 (UTC+3, Moscow)
Chair persons:
Viktor Reva
(Russia)
Federico Coccolini
(Italy)
Part.1 Unstable patient and Unstable scenario
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Frank Plani
(South Africa)
10:00-10:20
Damage control. New terminology and deeper understanding
Hans-Christoph Pape (Switzerland)
10:20-10:40
Is it time to breakdown "golden hour"? Experience with unstable isolated abdominal trauma patients
Paran Maya (Israel)
10:40-11:00
An unstable trauma patient: physiological view
Karim Brohi (United Kingdom)
11:00-11:20
An unstable trauma patient: surgical view
Federico Coccolini (Italy)
11:20-11:40
An unstable trauma patient: EVTM
Tal Hörer (Sweden)
11:40-12:00
Traumatic cardiac arrest: what to do?
Frank Plani (South Africa)
12:00-12:20
Selective aortic arch perfusion for almost-dead trauma patients
James Manning (USA)
12:20-12:40
ECPR for trauma
Lionel Lamhaut (France)
12:40-13:00
Damage control resuscitation: why should surgeons take care of?
Mansoor Khan (United Kingdom)
12:40-13:00
Sinlge-use surgical instruments for forward surgical facilities
Andre Lieber (Berlin)
17 October 2021
16:00-20:00 (UTC+3, Moscow)
Chair persons:
Alexander Petrov
(Russia)
Boris Kessel
(Israel)
Part.2 Burning topics
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16:00-16:20
Laparoscopy in trauma: indications and rationale
Salomone Di Saverio (United Kingdom)
16:20-16:40
Pancreato-duodenal trauma: stepwise approach
Paula Ferrada (USA)
16:40-17:00
Abdominal compartment syndrome and Open Abdomen
Federico Coccolini (Italy)
17:00-17:20
Severe liver injuries: what to do when you need to operate?
Raul Coimbra (USA)
17:20-17:40
Pelvic trauma and uncontrolled hemorrhage
Charles Fox (USA)
17:40-18:00
Pelvic trauma: no metal inside
Boris Kessel (Israel)
18:00-18:20
Major Vein Injury: Evidence-based and personal perspectives
Gregory Magee (USA)
18:20-18:40
Intravascular temporary shunting: when do we really need it?
Adenauer Góes Jr (Brazil)
18:40-19:00
Neck injury: wait and see or prep and open?
Pradeep Navsaria (South Africa)
19:00-19:20
Management of TBI in polytrauma patients
Matthew Martin (USA)
19:20-19:40
Why surgeons should be aware of Trauma Induced Coagulopathy
Martin Schreiber (USA)
19:40-20:00
Closing Remarks
Igor Samokhvalov (Russia)