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Singapore Trauma 2009

07.30 Registration
08.30 Opening Address Vijayan
08.35 Guest of Honour Opening speech Benjamin Seet

08.45     A Global Overview of Trauma

08.45 Hong Kong: Developing An Integrated Trauma System Ho Hiu Fai
09.00 Finland: A European Trauma Model Ari Leppaniemi
09.15 Malaysia: Challenges of Managing Trauma Rizal Imran
09.30 Australia: Training and Enticing People To Do Trauma  Michael Hollands
09.45 Singapore: The 5 Year Trauma Care Plan Benjamin Seet
10.00 Q & A

10.15 Tea Break

10.45     Trauma Under Fire - Military and Austere Medicine

10.45 How Has Battlefield Surgical Experience Enriched Civilian Trauma Practice? John Oh
11.05 New Weapons, New Injuries, New Medicine in War. Onno Boonstra
11.25 Responding to Mass Casualty Incidents Ishay Ostfeld 
11.45 Earthquake 911 Lim Mui Hong
12.05 Q & A

12.15 Lunch

13.15     Battle of the Wits

13.15 Playing Video Games Makes Better Surgeons
Proposition : Mr Fong Sau Shung, Mr Tan Yung Khan (TTSH)
Opposition : Mr Glenn Tan, Mr Terence Huey (TTSH)
13.40 There Should Be A Cap On Resources Used When Managing Trauma
Proposition : Dr Phua Dong Haur, Mr S Sathappan (TTSH)
Opposition : Ms Preetha, Ms Wong Ting Huay (SGH)
14.05 Trauma Should Only Be Managed At Designated Trauma Centres
Proposition : Dr Lai Poi Leng, Dr Tan Jyh Shen (TTSH)
Opposition : Mr Ganesh Ramalingam, Mr Tan Tzu Jen (AH)
Adjudicators: Daryl Wall, Tham Kum Ying, Kenneth Mak
14.35 Q & A

14.45 Tea Break

15.15     Trauma Master Class - How The Experts Manage Difficult Conditions

15.15 With "Gels" and "Feathers" - Intra-Operative Angioembolisation in Exsanguinating Trauma Daniel Wong
15.35 From Injury to Recovery - Non Operative Management of Splenic Trauma Michal Hollands
15.55 A Bubble about to Burst - Management of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome Ari Leppaniemi
16.15 The Iceberg of Abdominal Trauma - Management of Blunt Pancreatic Trauma Daryl Wall
16.35 Q & A

16.45 End