Program

Invited Speakers

Massimo Sartelli
Keynote Lecture / Current status and antimicrobial stewardship

Massimo Sartelli
The University of Macerata, Italy
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Massimo Sartelli MD.
The University of Macerata Italy

He is consultant surgeon at Department of General and Emergency Surgery, Macerata Hospital, Area Vasta 3, ZT n°9 (Italy) - Coordinator of Scientific Activities - Member of the Hospital Infection Control Committee.

His scientific activity is documented by publications in international scientific journals. He is author/co-author of seven manuals of emergency surgery. In the last years he has devoted his updating to the study of surgical infections and sepsis.

He coordinated WSES Guidelines for Management of Intra-abdominal Infections, WSES Guidelines for Management of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections and WSES Guidelines for Management of Clostridium difficile Infection in Surgical Patients.

He designed and coordinated three multicenter prospective studies (CIAOW Study, CIAO Study and WISS Study) involving medical institutions worldwide defining epidemiological and management profiles of intra-abdominal infections worldwide.

In 2016 he designed AGORA Project. A global Alliance for Rational and appropriate use of antibiotics in managing intra-abdominal infections with the participation of clinicians from 79 countries worldwide.

He is deputy editor of the "World Journal of Emergency Surgery" and member of the Board of Directors of the "World Society of Emergency Surgery".

He is founder and acting director of the Global Alliance for Infections in Surgery. The Global Alliance for Infections in Surgery is an independent alliance promoted in 2016 by the World Society of Emergency Surgery (WSES), for a cohesive and global approach to promoting research and education in the field of infections in surgery. Experts from 86 countries worldwide joined the International Advisory Board of the Global Alliance for Infections in Surgery (www.infectionsinsurgery.org).
ㆍThe management of Intra-abdominal infection
ㆍHow to implement antibiotic prescribing practice among surgeons
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The management of Intra-abdominal infection
How to implement antibiotic prescibing practice among surgeons

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Keynote Lecture / Symposium 4

Victoria M. Steelman
The University of Iowa, USA
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Victoria M. Steelman
PhD, RN, CNOR, FAAN
Associate Professor, College of Nursing,
University of Iowa, USA

Education:
PhD in Nursing, The University of Iowa MA in Nursing, The University of Iowa BSN, The University of Iowa

Research Focus/Clinical Interests:
· Perioperative patient safety
· Evidence-based practice

Victoria M. Steelman, PhD, RN, CNOR, FAAN, has been a perioperative nurse for over 25 years.
She has focused her career on implementing evidence-based practice changes to promote quality and safety of patient care.
As Associate Professor in the College of Nursing at the University of Iowa, she teaches evidence-based practice and conducts research on perioperative patient safety and implementation science. She has received two Outstanding Achievement awards from AORN(the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses‘) as well as the AORN Award for Excellence in recognition of her many contributions to perioperative nursing.
In 2007, she was inducted into the American Academy of Nursing in recognition of the national and global impact of her work.
She was the 2014-15 President of AORN.
ㆍPreventing perioperative hypothermia
ㆍPreventing surgical site infections update
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Preventing perioperative hypothermia
Preventing surgical site infections update

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Symposium 4

Chinhak Chun MD
Metro West Medical Center, USA
Mediplex Sejong Hospital, Korea
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Chinhak Chun MD
Metro West Medical Center, Framingham and Natick, MA, USA
Infectious disease center/ Mediplex Sejong Hospital, Incheon, Korea

Dr. Chinhak Chun is an infectious disease specialist in Natick, Massachusetts and is affiliated with MetroWest Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Yonsei University College of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 2 doctors at MetroWest Medical Center who specialize in Infectious Disease.

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:
Chief of Infectious Disease, Metro West Medical Center, Framingham and Natick, MA, USA
Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine, Metro West Medical Center, Framingham/Natick, Massachusetts, USA
Physician Champion, MeteroWest Medical Center, C. difficile Prevention Consortium, Massachusetts, USA

LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION:
Massachusetts License Registration #56712
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Infectious Disease

OTHER APPOINTMENTS:
 2009 – present  Joint Commission International Consultant, Chicago, Illinois, US

AWARDS AND HONORS:
- 1983 ~ 1984 Outstanding Faculty of the Year Teaching Award voted by Medicine House Staff,
University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA
- 2008 Recognition for dedication as Chief of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Leonard
Morse Hospital, MetroWest Medical Center, Natick, Massachusetts, USA
- 2010 Physician of the Year (2010) awarded by the Mass Medical Society Middlesex
ㆍProper surgical attire and surgical site infection
 
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Proper surgical attire and surgical site infection

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Symposium 1

Adeodatus Yuda Handaya
Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
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Adeodatus Yuda Handaya MD. PhD.
Asisten Profesor of Department Surgery
Gadjah Mada University Medical faculty-Sardjito Hospital
Yogyakarta Indonesia

Adeodatus Yuda Handaya received his medical degree 2000, General Surgery 2006, at Gadjah Mada University.
Finished PhD program at University of Brawijaya, 2012. Training Consultant of Digestive Surgery Medical
Faculty University of Airlangga 2013. He has 22 National and International publication.
ㆍImplication of Vaccum-assisted closure in treatment of SSI
 
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Implication of Vaccum-assisted closure in treatment of SSI

The Effectiveness using vacum Asisted Closure (VAC) for burst Abdominal with Surgical site infection
The incidence of burst Abdominal associated with Surgical infection is rare but has complicated management, it can caused Abdominal Compartment Sindrome (ACS) difficulties to closure. VAC have shown some advatages in continous removes infection material, minimize dressing changes, protect wound contamination, promote granulation and wound healing. VAC is alternative for infection control and promote healing in infection burst abdominal cases.

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Symposium 4

Esther A. Saguil
University of the Philippines, Philippines
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Esther A. Saguil MD.
Pediatric Surgeon
Philippine General Hospital
University of the Philippines, Manila
Philippines

Graduated from the University of the Philippines 7 Year Medicine (INTARMED) program
Trained in General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery at the Philippine General Hospital
Undertook Pediatric Surgery fellowship at the Kobe Children’s Hospital in Japan
Special interests: conjoined twins, colorectal conditions, inguinal and scrotal conditions, surgical infections, neonatal surgery, intersex anomalies

Specialty: General Surgery
Subspecialty: Pediatric Surgery
ㆍIdentifying Sources of Contamination in the Operating Theater
 
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Identifying Sources of Contamination in the Operating Theater

Contamination can occur in every aspect of the operating room milieu and contribute to the causation of surgical site infections. Learn how to spot these sources and avoid potential septic morbidity. The Operating Theater environment, instruments, equipment, OR staff , and patients all need to undergo intense scrutiny  to ensure minimal to no post-operative infections.

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Symposium 4

Gortap Sitohang
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Indonesia
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Ns Gortap Sitohang SKep, MPH
Infection Prevention Control Nurse(IPCN)
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Indonesia

Educational background
Name of Education Part Place
Universitas indonesia Ners University of Indonesia
Profession Ners University of Indonesia
Mmr Ugm Hospital Management UGM Jogkarts

Organization
-Indosian society of infection Control (INASIC)/2015-2019
-Infection prevention and control group of the Ministry of health /2017-2020

RESEARCH
-"Antiseptic Efficacy Test of 2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate in 70% production of isopropyl alcohol in the Pharmaceutical Installation Production Sub-Installation in the preparation of the patient's skin before surgery at RSUPN Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo ". Year 2014
- Evaluation of Hand Hygiene Practices of Health Officers After Obtaining Scorpio Method Training by Using Closed Circuit Television (Cctv) in the Perinatology Unit of the Dr Ciptomangunkusumo Hospital – FKUI, yaer 2016
ㆍNursing care plan to prevent SSI
 
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Nursing care plan to prevent SSI

Perioperative proceedures can cause infection. One of the prevention and control infection for surgical site infection is SSI bundles implementation. SSI Bundles such as chlorhexidine bathing before proceedure,controling blood glucose, shaving with clipper as needed, controling patients temperature, wound care

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Current status and antimicrobial stewardship

Harumi Gomi
International University of Health and Welfare, Japan
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Harumi Gomi
MD., MPH, MHPE, DTM&H, DMSc, FACP, FIDSA
Professor of Medicine
Office of Medical Education
Center for Infectious Diseases
International University of Health and Welfare, School of Medicine
Kozunomori, Narita, Chiba, Japan

Dr. Harumi Gomi graduated from Okayama University Medical School, Japan. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York and fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Texas-Houston, the United States. She obtained the master’s degree in public health (MPH) from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the United States and the master’s degree in health professions education (MHPE) from Maastricht University, the Netherland. She served as Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in the United States, Associate Professor of Medicine at Jichi Medical University, and Professor of Medicine, University of Tsukuba in Japan.
She has been actively involved in antimicrobial stewardship nationally and internationally.
She also serves as an advisory expert board member for Surgical Site Infections, World Society of Emergency Surgery.
ㆍProgress on antimicrobial stewardship in Japan
 
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Progress on antimicrobial stewardship in Japan

This talk will illustrate progress since 2016 when the Japanese government set the action plan to combat antimicrobial resistance. Continuing from my 2018 talk, I would like to share the important data or publications on outcomes after vigorously implementing antimicrobial stewardship in Japan.

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Symposium 1

Joe King Man FAN
The University of Hong Kong - Shenzhen Hospital, China
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Joe King Man FAN MD
Assistant Hospital Chief Executive
The University of Hong Kong - Shenzhen Hospital, China
Consultant
Department of Surgery, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

He was graduated in the University of Hong Kong in 1999 and obtained his fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburg in 2007, and Master Degree in the University of Hong Kong in 2010. He specialized in minimally invasive hernia surgery, colorectal surgery as well as surgical simulation training. He is currently being appointed as Assistant Hospital Chief Executive in the University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital and took up management role of this 2000-bed Hospital in Shenzhen, China. More than 60 scientific papers were published in various International journals and He is currently a regular reviewer of British Journal of Surgery, Hernia, etc.
ㆍSurgical site infection program in China
 
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Surgical site infection program in China

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Symposium 3

Keita Morikane
Yamagata University Hospital, Japan
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Keita Morikane
Director
Division of Clinical Laboratory and Infection Control
Yamagata University Hospital
Iida-nishi Yamagata-shi, JAPAN

Dr. Keita Morikane is a Chief and Professor of Division of Clinical Laboratory and Infection Control, Yamagata University Hospital, Yamagata, Japan. He graduated from University of Tokyo, School of Medicinein March 1989. He received his Ph. D from University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine in  1999.  He is a Board Certified Surgeon by Japan Surgical Society, a certified Infection Control Doctor by the Joint Commission of ICD, and a certified physician in perioperativeinfection control management.
He is currently serving as a Executive board member and a Chair of International Affairs Committee at Japan Society for Surgical Infection, and a board member and Chair of Educational Committee at Japanese Society for Infection Prevention and Control. He is also a board member at Japanese Society for Clinical Microbiology, Japanese Association for Operative Medicine and Japanese Society of Infectious Diseases. He began his residency at Tokyo Teishin Hospital and persued his surgical career as a GI surgeon until 2003, when he moved into National Institute of Infectious Diseases. After five years of experience in public health and healthcare-associated infection, he moved to his current affiliation. He has authored or co-authored more than 35 peer-reviewed publications and made numerous presentations in various conferences in Japan as well as abroad.
ㆍ Role of infection control professionals in preventing SSI
 
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Role of infection control professionals in preventing SSI

The primary responsibility of preventing SSI lies in surgeons.
However, there are many important preventive practices that should be done
 preoperatively and postoperatively.These practices are usually performed and managed by nurses,
pharmacists and other healthcare  personnel including infection control professionals.
In this lecture, these activity will be addressed.

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Keynote Lecture

Ling Moi Lin
Singapore general hospital, Singapore
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Ling Moi Lin
MBBS, FRCPA, CPHQ, MBA
Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Dr Ling Moi Lin received her medical education at the National University of Singapore. She obtained her postgraduate training in Microbiology at the Victoria University of Manchester, is a member of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, and is a certified professional in healthcare quality (CPHQ).
She is currently the Director of Infection Prevention & Epidemiology at the Singapore General Hospital where she plays a key role in the development and running of the program in the hospital.
She is the President of the Infection Control Association (Singapore) that was formed in 1999; and President of the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC). She was a Director on the Healthcare Quality Certification Board (HQCB) and its Asia Pacific representative from 2006-2007. She helped to set up the Healthcare Quality Society of Society in 2007 and is its founding President. She is a fellow of the Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) and also a member of the Editorial Council of the International Journal of Infection Control and the Infection Disease and Health Journal.
Her interests are in infection prevention and control, antimicrobial resistance, molecular epidemiology as well as quality improvement. She is an experienced trainer in infection prevention and control, quality improvement, LEAN and patient safety.
ㆍSSI prevention: collaborative model in Asia Pacific
 
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SSI prevention: collaborative model in Asia Pacific

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Symposium 1 / Symposium 3

Toar JM Lalisang
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Indonesia
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Toar JM Lalisang MD. PhD.
Surgeon, Consultant in Digestive Surgery
Digestive Division, Surgery Department,
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Medical Faculty Universities Indonesia
Indonesia

Toar J M Lalisang currently works at the Surgey, cipto mangunkusumo hospital.
Toar does research in Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Radiology. Their current project is 'HCC survival’.

Publications
Wrote 31 publications consisting 11 first author publications, 22 co-author publications.
Wrote 4 reference and teaching books.

Published Journals 2018
Lalisang TJM, Usman N, Hendrawidjaya I, Handaya AY, Nasution S, Saunar RY, et al. Clinical Practice Guidelines in Complicated Intra-Abdominal Infection 2018: An Indonesian Perspective. Surgical Infections. 2018 NOV;20(1):83–90.

Published Books
Buku Klinik Praktis Pengendalian Sumber Infeksi pada Tata Laksana Sepsis. Jakarta: Sagung Seto. 2015( Book : Clinical Practice management of Source Control) Sepsis Module . Jakarta: Penerbit Departemen Bedah FKUI. 2018
Managenment and prevent of anastomosis brake are one of the aims of surgery.
ㆍ Indonesia guideline development
ㆍ Prevention and management of anastomosis leakage in HPB surgery
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Indonesia guideline development

Surgical side infection are challenging the surgical fields, due to increased morbidity or ended with operative mortality. Many International guideline to prevent SSI were published, but due to different population region, and medical falsities made that cannot run operationally. Indonesia as a big archipelago country with his own characteristic need his own Guideline by and adaptation or adjustment of International CPG. The proses proceed in steps recommended by ADAPTED, the recommendation were established by the hierarchy of evidences on GRADE. The approval of the recommendation are by the task force through using the Delphi method. With this proses SSI CPG base on the Indonesia data will overcome the heterogeneity and more accepted in our region.

Symposium 3
Prevention and management of anastomosis leakage in HPB surgery

Anastomosis leakages were bad experience for both patients and surgeons. There were many factors influence this result and as a type of organ SSI microbial and antibiotic are important for to overcome the impact of this leaks. Pancretico Jejonostomy anastomosis after Pancreatico duodenal resection are the most divesting condition, in HPB surgery fields. Good technique ,adequate drainage tube and no infection are factor which influence the outcome

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Symposium 4

Wifanto Saditya Jeo
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Indonesia
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Wifanto Saditya Jeo, dr. SpB-KBD
Consultant Digestive Surgeon
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital
Department of Surgery
Digestive Division
INDONESIA

Personal Notes
Medical staff of Department of Surgery in Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (CMH) Jakarta.
Graduated as general surgeon from Universitas Indonesia in 2004 and finished fellowship in Digestive surgery in 2009.
Had attend many workshops and trainings to improve techniques in abdominal surgery.
Surgery in Digestive Division, Department of Surgery (2014-now)
 
Organization of Participation
Member – Indonesian Association of Surgeon
Committee – Indonesia Oncology Association Jakarta
Member – Indonesian Working Group of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
Member – Anal Neoplasia Study of Asia Pacific
Member – Endolaparoscopic Surgeon of Asia (ELSA)
Member – Asia Pacific Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (APHPBA-IHPBA)
Committee – Surgical Infection Society Asia Pacific (SIS-AP)
 
Publication
Factor influencing Operative Mortality in Pancreatico duodenectomy in Indonesia. Lalisang TJM, Jeo WS, Mazni Y. HPB 2018
Correlation Between Serum Level of Alpha-Fetoprotein and Histological Differentiation Grade of Hepatocellular Carcinoma. Lalisang ANLL, Jeo WS, Moenadjat Y, Lalisang TJM. J Physics Conference Series. 2018
Methylene Blue Effectiveness as Local Analgesic after Anorectal Surgery: A Literature Review. Fransiska D, Jeo WS, Moenadjat Y, Friska D. Advance in Medicine, 2017
Spontaneus Closure of Multiple Enterocutaneus Fistula due to Abdominal Tuberculosis using Negative Pressure Wound Theraphy : A Case Report. Limengka Y, Jeo WS. J Surg Case Report, 2018.
ㆍ Factor influencing intraoperative processes to reduce SSI
 
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Factor influencing intraoperative processes to reduce SSI

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Symposium 1

Yuichi Ishida
Jikei University, Japan
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Yuichi Ishida M.D,
Associate Professor of the Department of Surgery
The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo

Jikei University, Japan

Yuichi ISHIDA, MD.PhD. is an Associate Professor of the Department of Surgery at the Jikei University, the oldest private medical school in Japan. He has expertise in Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic (HBP) surgery. He is a Board-Certified Surgeon in Gastroenterology, Endoscopic Surgery, and a Board-Certified instructor of HBP surgery and Board-Certified Transplant Physician.
ㆍ Our preoperative strategy for prevention of SSI
 
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Our preoperative strategy for prevention of SSI

We made policies for the prevention of SSI under the recommendation of CDC. To make all surgical staffs knowledgeable regarding these policies, questionnaire and lecture session are carried out every three to six month. We report these educational effects and impact on SSI.

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Symposium 3

Yuichi Yoshida
Sanmu Medical Center, Japan
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Yuichi Yoshida MD., PhD.
Sanmu Medical Center, Japan

During from the time of the fifth grader of Medical School, I visited in Third Department of Surgery as a student. So I went on to the postgraduate of Toho University (Chief Professor Yoshinobu Sumiyama, M.D.) and started study of surgical infection, and also joined in the research group, Surgical Infection Society-Japan (SIS-J) in 1992. I joined as a member of the 24-member delegation of the SIS-J, to give a lecture on MRSA infection research at the Sino-Japanese International Symposium on Surgical Infection since 1996. I acquired the Ph. D. degree in 1999.
The SIS-J was reorganized from research group to academic organization, Japan Society for Surgical Infection (JSSI) in November 2002. Then the JSSI installed eight principal committees in 2003, which included International Relations Committee. And at the same time, the JSSI executives elected me as a committee member.
I joined the Surgical Infection Society-Europe since 2003, in charge of Europe of the International Relations Committee JSSI, and became a member of SIS-E. I was at Summit meeting (SIS-North America, Europe, and JSSI) in 2008 at Sapporo, during in 21st Annual Meeting of the JSSI. In spite of we prepared an international symposium, with a delegate from Latin America, the Combined Meeting of the SISs at Chicago in 2009 was not realized due to new type influenza outbreak. However, these preparations lead to foundation of the SIS-LA, and
I am also taking in charge of SIS-LA.
JSSI held an Invited Lecture by President of the SIS-E, and SIS-E held an Invited Lecture by President of JSSI in 2010. We made mutual invitation relationship. And a symposium in Munich had led to renewal of the Int’l Guidelines for Management of Acute Cholangitis and Acute Cholecystitis and Indonesian Society for Surgical Infection.
A conference of Korean Research Group on Surgical Infections formed in April 2011. Kick-off meeting was installed in June 29. JSSI decided to invite Prof. Suk-Hwan Lee to organize 1st Asian symposium. The Asian Symposium led to form Surgical Infection Society-Asia Pacific.
JSSI has been requested the Vice Chairperson of the International Relations Committee to me, although I left the Toho University in 2009.
I am continuing surgery as general surgeon as a part of comprehensive primary care in Sanmu Medical Center.
ㆍ The professional serves as a strategy for coping with current situations
and dealing with the social roles.
 
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The professional serves as a strategy for coping with current situations and dealing with the social roles.

Role of the professional is a comprehensive pattern of behavior that is socially recognized. However, they provides learning of prevention of the surgical site infections during in Diplomat surgeon training, although placing rudimentary medicine and clinical medicine exist as education before the graduation from a medical school. The professional social role expectations include both actions and qualities: so they organize surgical infection society, and tackles through multi-institution joint research.

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Current status and antimicrobial stewardship

Hong Bin KIM
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea
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Hong Bin KIM MD.
Division of Infectious Diseases,
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

Dr. Kim's research interests include molecular epidemiology and control of antibiotic-resistant pathogens, with focus on methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and quinolone resistance in gram-negative bacteria. He is also interested in infection control and hospital epidemiology.

Specialty : Infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, Travel medicine

SPECIAL NOTE
2012 SHEA (The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America) International Ambassador
2016 FIDSA (Fellow, Infectious Diseases Society of America)
ㆍ Antibiotic stewardship: A call to action for surgeons
 
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Antibiotic stewardship: A call to action for surgeons

Antibiotic stewardship programs (ASPs) have been playing a important role across clinical practice in the era of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). To combat AMR, surgeons need to actively engage and use antibiotics judiciously as pivotal leaders. Multi-disciplinary collaboration in order to maximize clinical outcome as well as minimize emergence of AMR is mandatory for the prophylactic, empirical, and therapeutic uses of antimicrobial agents.

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Keynote Lecture

Sunyoung Park
Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, Korea
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Sunyoung Park
Patient Safety Assessment
Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, Korea

 
ㆍ Assessment of prophylactic antibiotics in surgery
 
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Assessment of prophylactic antibiotics in surgery

HIRA offers guidelines for providers and carries out ‘Assessment of Sugrical Antibiotics Prophylaxis’. This study reviews changes in the assessment result for 8 types of surgery that had been assessed continuously from the 1st to the 8th.

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Symposium 1

Suk-Kyung Hong
University Of Ulsan College of Medicine.
Asan Medical Center, Korea
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Suk-Kyung Hong
Director, Surgical intensive care units
Associate Professor of Surgery,
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Department of Surgery
University Of Ulsan College of Medicine.
Asan Medical Center, Korea

MAIN RESEARCH FIELD
Surgical Critical Care, Critical Care Nutrition, Trauma
Acute Abdomen, Brain Death , Surgical Infection
ㆍ Antibiotic use in patients with abdominal injuries:
guideline by the Korean Society of Acute Care Surgery
 
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Antibiotic use in patients with abdominal injuries:
guideline by the Korean Society of Acute Care Surgery

 

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Symposium 2

Eunjung You
University Of Ulsan College of Medicine.
Asan Medical Center, Korea
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Eunjung You
Unit manager
University Of Ulsan College of Medicine.
Asan Medical Center, Korea

SPECIALITY: Operating room nurse
Master's degree (clinical nursing/ APN in infection control)
 
ㆍ Importance of a clean environment in OR & decontamination of medical devices
 
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Importance of a clean environment in OR & decontamination of medical devices

The patient in operating room should be provided with a clean, safe environment.
This responsibility falls to the healthcare person, who should assess the perioperative environment frequently for cleanliness and take action to implement cleaning and disinfection procedures.
Clean environments and decontamination of medical devices are very important. I'd like to share my clinical experience.

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Symposium 3

Jin Joo
Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, Korea
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Jin Joo
Assistant Professor
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital,
The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

SPECIALITY: General anethesia, neuroanethesia, acute pain service
 
ㆍ Role of anesthesiologists to prevent infection in the operating room
 
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Role of anesthesiologists to prevent infection in the operating room

SSI prevention is a multidisciplinary precess. Most prophylactic measures begin and end in the operating theater and are influenced directly by anesthesiologist, including administration of preoperative antibiotics, control of core body temperature, control of oxygen tension, and hand hygiene.

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Symposium 2

Joo WHA Yoo
Seoul National University Hospital, Korea
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Joo WHA Yoo
Part Manager
Central Sterile Service Dept.
Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

2013-present Seoul National University Hospital, CSSD part manager
2016-present Korea Association of Central Supply Department Nurses, 14thPresident

SPECIAL NOTE
1. Guide to the Central Supply Department’s Business Standards. 5th edition. Korea Association of Central Supply Department Nurses. 2018
2. Korean Sterilization Monitoring Standard. 4th edition. Korea Association of Central Supply Department Nurses. 2017
3. Current status of management in Type 2 diabetes mellitus at General Hospital in South Korea(Diabetes Metab. J 2015;39:307-315)
ㆍ Challenges and strategies for the standardization of medical device reprocessing
 
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Challenges and strategies for the standardization of medical device reprocessing

Standardization of medical device reprocessing is a very important factor in infection prevention and patient safety. Therefore, we are currently reviewing the problems in the reprocessing process and looking for the challenges and strategies for standardization.

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Symposium 2

Mikyung Cho
Ewha Womans University Seoul Hospital, Korea
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Mikyung Cho
Ewha Womans University Seoul Hospital Korea, Korea

SPECIAL NOTE
2006 New York, Registered Nurse
2011 Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN)
2015 Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN)
2016 Certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse (CWOCN)
ㆍ Advanced materials for prevention of surgical site infections
 
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Advanced materials for prevention of surgical site infections

The impact on morbidity, mortality, and cost of care has resulted in identifying the need to reduce surgical site infection (SSI). Evidence based practice supports that many of the causes of SSI can be prevented with proper medical attention and care. This presentation introduces the advanced materials or methods for prevention of SSI based on the literature reviews.

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Symposium 2

Si hyeon Han
Dankook University Hospital, Korea
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Si hyeon Han
Team of Infection Control Part Chair
Dankook University Hospital, Korea

SPECIALITY: Infection Control Professional Nurse
The 12th Board of Director, Korean Association of Infection Control Nurses(KAICN) Director of Research
ㆍ Antiseptic prophylaxis for preventing SSI
 
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Antiseptic prophylaxis for preventing SSI

Safe and effective patient preoperative skin antisepsis is recommended to prevent surgical site(SSIs). The effectiveness of preoperative skin preparation is thought to be both the antiseptic used and the method of application. There is lack of consensus among best practice recommendations regarding the optimal skin antiseptic solution and method of application.

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Symposium 2

Yoolwon Jeong
The Ministry of Health and Welfare(MOHW), Korea
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Yoolwon Jeong
The Ministry of Health and Welfare(MOHW) Korea

 
 
ㆍ Healthcare associated infection control policy in Korea
 
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Healthcare associated infection control policy in Korea

 

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Symposium 3

Myoung jean Ju
Kosin university gospel hospital , Korea
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Myoung jean Ju
WOCN
Kosin university gospel hospital Korea

SPECIAL NOTE
Korean Association of Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses : Vice President
ㆍ Emerging clinical evidence and stewardship to prevent SSI
 
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Emerging clinical evidence and stewardship to prevent SSI

Review the latest guidelines for surgical infection prevention and consider prophylactic methods of surgical wound dressing.