Implication for adult life
29 – 30 JUNE 2020
St. Petersburg, RUSSIA
Date to Remember
5 good reasons to attend
Learn more about commonly encountered fetal and neonatal neurological conditions
Develop effective communication skills with families and other health care providers
Perform age-appropriate neurological examinations
Synthesize available clinical information to predict neurological outcomes
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IMPORTANT NOTICE – UPDATE ON CONGRESS
In the light of the global coronavirus outbreak we would like to inform you that the Fetal Neonatal Heart Congress in St. Petersburg, Russia has been postponed to 29th – 30th June 2020.
The decision was made after reviewing several factors related to the COVID-19 outbreak, including the Russian and other government’s enforcement of travel and meetings restrictions for both speakers and participants.
We hope to welcome you in Russia in June.
ALL YOU HAVE TO KNOW ABOUT THE CONGRESS POSTPONEMENT
- In the light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Fetal Neonatal Heart Congress has been POSTPONED. The new congress dates are 29th – 30th June 2020
- Are you already registered? YOUR REGISTRATIONS WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY SHIFTED TO THE NEW DATES: 29th – 30th June 2020
- We will be offering live streaming of the program for all registered participants who are not able to attend in person.
- For cancellations please check the cancellation policy of the event.
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- Fetal echocardiography
- Core concepts in fetal cardiac function
- Functional changes from prenatal to postnatal life
- What about the third dimension?
- Fetal cardiac function disease states
- 1st trimester vasculature imaging
- Venous anomalies
- What’s new in STIC imaging?
- Impact of computerisation/artificial intelligence
- Fetal cardic remodeling and dysfunction in PE and FGR
- Sonopathological correlation of 1st trimester cardiac defects
- Right ventricular outflow tract anomalies
- Cardiac vascolar intensive care
- Fetal dysrhythmia
- Genetic and fetal myocardial disease
- 3D cardiac reconstruction
- Congenital hearth surgery
- Neurodevelopment and psycho-social care
- Drugs, pregnancy and fetal cardiovascular malformations
Gian Carlo Di Renzo