30 September – 3 October 2020
Valencia – SPAIN
Clinical Challenges in Labor and Delivery
Dates to Remember
June 3rd, 2020 – Abstract Submission deadline
5 good reasons to be
Let’s come see the lung with your ultra vision!
Updates in NICU and PICU with lung ultrasound
Meet the world’s renowned critical care experts in lung ultrasound
If you liked the first edition you will love the second, expanded one!
You know Paris is always a good idea
Although we are sensitive to the current situation and constantly monitoring the developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to reassure you that the BIRTH Congress is currently scheduled to take place as planned.
Those who decide not to travel, please note streaming of all sessions will be available. More information on the registration page.
We sincerely look forward to meeting you in Valencia.
MCA Events – Organising Secretariat
Main Topics of BIRTH 2020
- Should all primigravidas be offered induction at 39 weeks?
- The optimal method for induction: mechanical vs. pharmacologic methods
- Failed induction of labor: new thoughts about the definition
- When is a patient in the active phase of labor?
- Augmentation of labor with oxytocin: how, when, and why?
- How long should the second stage of labor last?
- Operative vaginal delivery: forceps vs vacuum. News about the Odon device?
- Pelvic health after delivery
- Postpartum hemorrhage: new concepts about diagnosis, management, and prevention
- Placenta accreta: diagnosis and evidence-based management
- Acute complications :Amniotic fluid embolism Clinical chorioamnionitis Shoulder dystocia
- Intrapartum ultrasound to assess labor progression
- Spontaneous preterm birth prevention (cerclage, pessary, progesterone, DHA )
- New concepts in antimicrobial administration in preterm labor and preterm PROM
- Prevention of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism
- Evidence-based techniques for Cesarean delivery
- Trial of labor after a previous Cesarean (TOLAC): is it worth it?
- The optimal rate of Cesarean delivery: should this be a criterion for evaluation of obstetric service?
GIAN CARLO DI RENZO
MD, PhD, FRCOG (hon) FACOG (hon) FICOG (hon)
Past General Secretary of FIGO
University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy
PROF. ROBERTO ROMERO
Chief, Perinatology Research Branch, and Director, Division of Obstetrics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Intramural Program, NICHD/NIH
Detroit, United States