Wednesday, 5th September 2018

PERINATAL PRE-CONGRESS COURSES – MATERNAL

Section Coordinator: Moshe Hod, Israel

TRACK 1

Working Group – Pregnancy Induced Complications
Chair: Yariv Yogev, Israel; Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

09.00 – 11.00

ALL YOU HAVE TO KNOW ON PRE-ECLAMPSIA

Chairs: Elisa Llurba, Spain; Stefan Verlohren, Germany

First trimester Screening PE
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

Prognosis
TBD

sFlt-1/PlGF-ratio. German guidelines
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Case discussions

11.00 – 13.00

ALL YOU HAVE TO KNOW ON PRE-TERM LABOUR

Chairs: Viktor Radzinsky, Russia; Bo Jacobsson, Sweden; Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

The syndrome, etiology, risk factors
Bo Jacobsson, Sweden

Identification of the preterm labouring women with or without symptoms
Bo Jacobsson, Sweden

Prevention in asymptomatic women
Gian Carlo Di Renzo, Italy

Tocolysis
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

Mode of delivery
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

Antenatal corticosteroids
Dorota Bomba-Opon, Poland

Prophylactic antibiotics
Dorota Bomba-Opon, Poland

TBD
Viktor Radzinsky, Russia

13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH BREAK

14.00 – 16.00

ALL YOU HAVE TO KNOW ON 3RD TRIMESTER FETAL MANAGEMENT

Chairs: Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece; Jacky Nizard, France

Evaluation of the placenta, amniotic fluid and fetal position
Nikolos Papantoniou, Greece

Fetal Biometry – Determination of Gestational age by ultrasound
Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

Fetal Doppler assessment
Alexandros Sotiriadis, Greece

Live Demonstration of 3rd Trimester Ultrasound

Ultrasound in twin pregnancies
Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

Late (3rd trimester) diagnosis of anatomical abnormalities
George Daskalakis, Greece

When to plan delivery in women with chronic medical disease
Jacky Nizard, France 

16.00 – 18.00

POSTGRADUATE COURSE ON FETAL GROWTH

Normal and abnormal growth; risk factors
Jason Gardosi, UK

Prematurity and fetal growth restriction
Jennifer Zeitlin, France

Early and late onset IUGR
Gerry Visser, The Netherlands 

Doppler indices – uterine, umbilical, ductus v.
Torvid Kiserud, Norway

Risk factors and protocols for antenatal surveillance
Jason Gardosi, UK

Case examples & discussion

TRACK 2

09.00 – 13.00

FETAL MONITORING AND PERINATAL ASPHYXIA

Chair: Anneke Kwee, The Netherlands; Susanna Timonen, Finland

Introduction
Anneke Kwee, The Netherlands

Physiology of fetal oxygenation during labour
Branka Yli, Norway

Cardiotocography
Diogo Ayres-De-Campos, Portugal

COFFEE BREAK

Adjunctive technologies
Anneke Kwee, The Netherlands

Diagnosis and treatment of birth asphyxia
Luca Ramenghi, Italy

Case discussion
Susanna Timonen, Finland

13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH BREAK

ALL YOU HAVE TO KNOW ON 1ST TRIMESTER EVALUATION OF MATERNAL FETAL WELLBEING

Chair: Liona Poon, Hong Kong; Katia Bilardo, The Netherlands

Are we any closer to implementing universal screening with cfDNA testing for common trisomies?
Mar Gil, Spain

What constitutes the 1st trimester ultrasound scan in the cfDNA era?
Katia Bilardo, The Netherlands

Following ASPRE, are we ready to implement universal first trimester screening and prevention programme for preterm preeclampsia?
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

Is multiple pregnancy a hidden “bomb”? Can anything be done in early pregnancy to mitigate its risks?
TBD

16.00 – 18.00

HANDS-ON SESSION OF 1st AND 3rd TRIMESTER

Chair: Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece; Anton Mikhailov, Russia

Interactive live demonstration of fetal ultrasonography

1st trimester scanning

  • Fetal measurements
  • Determination of the gestational age
  • Fetal anatomy
  • Markers for aneuploidies
  • Nuchal translucency
  • Nasal bone
  • Ductus venosus
  • Tricuspid valve
  • Uterine arteries Doppler

 

2nd trimester scanning

  • Fetal measurements
  • BPD
  • HC
  • AC
  • FL, HL
  • Normal fetal anomaly
  • Markers for aneuploidies
  • Uterine arteries Doppler

 

3rd trimester scanning

  • Fetal measurements
  • BPD
  • HC
  • AC
  • FL, HL
  • Fetal anomaly at 3rd trimester
  • Estimation of fetal growth
  • Fetal Doppler

TRACK 3

09.00 – 18.00

HYPERGLYCEMIA IN PREGNANCY

FIGO and the Russian Perinatal and DIP Associations

Chair: Gennady Sukhih, Russia; Irina Zazerskaya, Russia;
Federico Mecacci, Italy;  Moshe Hod, Israel

 

SESSION 1: Diagnosis and management of GDM
The FIGO protocol

The FIGO GDM guidelines Consensus – ending the dispute
Moshe Hod, Israel

The Russian protocols

First trimester predictors of GDM and other gestational complications
Irina Zazerskaya, St Petersburg

Physical training in pregnancy with GDM
Vera Goreva, Moscow

Molecular and genetic predictors of obstetrical complications in diabetes mellitus: what and when can be used in the practice?
Roman Kapustin, St. Petersburg

Glycemic targets in GDM. Discussion goes on
Popova, St Petersburg

 

SESSION 2 – Treatment of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy
The FIGO protocol

Oral Hypoglycemic and HIP the FIGO approach  
Yariv Yogev , Israel

Insulin treatment of HIP – the FIGO approach  
Federico Mecacci, Italy

The Russian protocols

What is under the overt diabetes in pregnancy?
Fatima Burumkulova, Moscow

Diet as a method of insulin resistance overcoming in GDM
Natalia Arbatsakaya, Moscow

Modern insulin therapy possibilities in carbohydrate metabolism optimization in GDM pregnancy
Alyona Tiselko, St. Petersburg

Modern technologies in GDM treatment
Deryabina, Ekaterinburg

 

SESSION 3: Antenatal management and mode of delivery in HIP
The FIGO protocol

Antenatal management and mode of delivery – the FIGO approach
Diogo Ayres Dos Campos, Portugal

The Russian protocols

GDM – what we know and what should we know as obstetricians
Zulfiya Khodzhaeva, Moscow

Age and mode of delivery in GDM pregnancy
Olga Arzhanova, St Petersburg

 

SESSION 4: Fetal and Offspring Outcomes in HIP
The FIGO protocol

Short and long term outcome of the offspring of a diabetic mother
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

The Russian protocols

Maternal diabetes impact on fetal myocardial function
E. Fedorova, Moscow

Metabolic disturbances in fetus: evidence base
Nadezhda Bashmakova; E. Kutyavina, Ekaterinburg

Adaptation in newborns after GDM pregnancy
Inna Evsyukova St. Petersburg

Offspring follow-up after GDM pregnancy
Inna Nikitina, St. Petersburg

PERINATAL PRE-CONGRESS COURSES – NEONATAL

Section Coordinator: Elie Saliba, France

TRACK 4

09.00 – 11.00

NEONATAL NUTRITION

Feeding extremely preterm baby with breast milk
Sertac Arslanoglu, Turkey

Nutritional Issues for Infants with lung disease
Sertac Arslanoglu, Turkey

11.00 – 13.00

NEONATAL RESUSCITATION

More information will be available soon

13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH BREAK

14.00 – 18.00

NEONATAL NEUROLOGY

Chair: Elie Saliba, France; Lena Hellstrom-Westas, Sweden

Antenatal Magnesium sulfate for protecting newborn brain
Sthepane Marret, France

Neuroprotection
Henrik Hagberg, United Kingdom

NIRS. where are we?
Gorm Greisen, Denmark

Optimizing nutrition for brain development
Manon Benders, The Netherlands

TRACK 5

09.00 – 18.00

FAMILY CENTRED DEVELOPMENTAL SUPPORTIVE CARE

Chair: Silke Mader, Germany

Developmental care – impact on the brain
Stéphane Sizozenko, Switzerland

Influence of auditive NICU environment on the preterm baby
Pierre Kuhn, France

Bridging the gap between neonatal palliative care and developmental care
TBD

Pain reduction – does a partnership with parents reduce pain in newborns?
Mats Eriksson, Sweden

Developmental care and the environment in the NICU – Does it really influence the outcome?
Boubou Hallberg, Sweden

Emotional and physical closeness and brain development, parent psychology, parent-infant relationship
Liisa Lethonen, Finland

The parents need – how should we treat the family in the NICU? A patient perspective
Silke Mader, Germany

TRACK 6

09.00 – 13.00 – SPECIAL SESSION

BETWEEN PSYCHE AND SOMA: HOW INTRAUTERINE AND PERINATAL EXPERIENCES IMPACT ON ADULT LIFE

BETWEEN PSYCHE AND SOMA: HOW INTRAUTERINE AND PERINATAL EXPERIENCES IMPACT ON ADULT LIFE
Chairman: Bruna Marzi

Psychosomatic disorders, well-being creativity and fetal life
L. Baldari & D. Lysek

When the diagnosis of mental discorders could be done in prenatale life?
A. Rocchitelli

Reactivation of intrauterine experiences during psychoanalysis of a woman with history of incest
N. Asanova

Twins pregnancies and the role of telomers
B. Marzi & G. Marzi

 

Affiliations
Nina Kuzminichna Asanova: doctor, psychiatrist, didactic member of IPA, Dean of Psychoanalytical Faculty at Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis
Luigi Baldari: doctor, psychiatrist, didactic member of Italian Institute of micropsychoanalysis, Director of IIM
Daniel Lysek: doctor, didactic member of Swiss Institute of micropsychoanalysis, Director of Swiss Institute of micropsychoanalysis
Bruna Marzi: psychologist, psychotherapist, didactic member of Italian Institute of micropsychoanalysis, lecturer at Moscow Institute of psychoanalysis
Gioia Marzi: doctor, psychiatrist, didactic member of Italian Institute of micropsychoanalysis, director of Frosinone feeding disorder department
Andrea Rocchitelli: psychologist, state member of Italian Institute of micropsychoanalysis, Director of Santa Crescenza Clinical Center

13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH BREAK

14.00 – 18.00

NON INVASIVE VENTILATION

Chair: Eren Ozek, Turkey; Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

 

Non invasive ventilation : Physiological Effects, Clinical use, Weaning, Complications

  • nCPAP
  • NIPPV
  • HHFNC

Corrado Moretti, Italy

Less Invasive Surfactant Administration
Egbert Herting, Germany

COFFEE BREAK

Nasal HFO
Daniele De Luca, France

Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA) for Noninvasive Support in Neonates
Daniele De Luca, France

Round Table Discussion

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