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Scientific Programme

08:25-08:30

GREETINGS and INTRODUCTION

Prof. Daniele De Luca

08:30-08:50

OPENING LECTURES
Can we use big data to understand and monitor a single patient In ICU?

(Maurizio Cecconi – Milan, Italy)

I Session – There is no air here! Lung ultrasound and consolidations

Chair: Nadya Yousef - Paris, France & Francesco Mojoli - Milan, Italy

08:50-09:10

News in lung ultrasound in 2023: where are we?

(Daniel Lichtenstein - Paris, France)

09:10-09:30

Size of consolidations in neonates: does it matter?

(Daniele De Luca - Paris, France)

09:30-09:50

Can lung ultrasound distinguish different type of consolidations?

(Silvia Mongodi - Pavia, Italy)

09:50-10:10

Q&A

II Session - “Lung” ultrasound does not monitor the lung only

Chair: Francesco Raimondi Naples, Italy & Fabio Mosca Milan, Italy

10:10-10:30

Lung ultrasound and multiorgan failure for congestive overflow

(Luna Gargani - Pisa, Italy)

10:30-10:50

Lung ultrasound for monitoring the hemodynamically significant PDA

(Almudena Alonso – Ojembarrena - Cadiz, Spain)

10:50-11:10

CXR or ultrasound to estimate wedge pressure and define congestive lung edema?

(Daniele Biasucci - Rome, Italy)

11:10-11:15

Q&A

11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

III Session - Monitoring brain and lung: it is all connected!

Chair: Shazia Bhombal - Atlanta-GA, USA & Karl Schettler-Munich, Germany

11:30-11:50

Monitoring cerebral activity while assisting ventilation in PICU and NICU

(Karl Schettler - Munich, Germany)

11:50-12:10

Non-Invasive hemodynamic monitoring in the NICU: which tool is best?

(Maria Fraga - Philadelphia, USA)

12:10-13:00

4 abstracts presentation (8’ each + 2 questions each: Tot 40 min)

12:10-12:20

ID 24
Diaphragm ultrasound in a cardiac paediatric intensive care popula-tion - a retrospective, observational study

Anneloes Boers, Netherlands

12:20-12:30

ID 36
Patent Ductus Arteriosus and Lung Ultrasound Score, a pilot study evaluating their early correlation in extremely preterm infants.

Luca Bonadies, Italy

12:30-12:40

ID 43
Retrocardial neonatal pneumonia detected by point of care lung ultrasound but not by chest-x-ray

Valentina Orlandi, Italy

12:40-12:50

ID 41
Lung ultrasound to identify surfactant requirement in preterm newborns: preliminary data from a prospective, multicenter, observational study

Valentina Orlandi, Italy

13:00-14:00

Lunch Break

IV Session - How to study something that moves

Chairs: Daniele De Luca - Paris, France & Shivani Shankar - Paris, France

14:00-14:20

Diaphragmatic electrical activity as a monitoring tool

(Xavier Durrmeye - Paris, France)

14:20-14:40

Listening from the lung with FOT: what does it tell us?

(Raffaele Dellacà - Milan, Italy)

14:40-15:00

What is important to monitor in neonatal critical care?

(David Tingay - Melbourne, Australia)

15:00-15:10

Q&A

15:10-15:20

Coffee Break

V Session - Monitoring heart and lung hand in hand!

Chair: Matteo Di Nardo - Roma, Italy & Javier Rodriguez-Fanjul - Badalona, Spain

15:20-15:40

Effect of mechanical ventilation on volume filling and cardiac function in critically ill neonates

(Shazia Bhombal - Atlanta-GA, USA)

15:40-16:10

Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the neonate: lung ultrasound can help cope with it?

(Javier Rodriguez - Fanjul -Badalona, Spain)

16:10-17:00

4 abstracts presentation (8’ each + 2 question each: Tot 50 min)

16:10-16:20

ID 28
Role of lung ultrasound in the evaluation of feeding competence de-velopment in preterm neonates

Tiziana Controzzi, Italy

16:20-16:30

ID 38
Reliability of lung ultrasound interpretation during high frequency os-cillatory ventilation

Diletta Martino, France

16:30-16:40

ID 19
Lung ultrasound to predict extubation readiness in children after con-genital heart surgery

Yordan Hristov Georgiev, Germany

16:40-16:50

ID 14
Predictive capacity of lung ultrasound in the success of extubation in newborns with congenital heart disease

Rebeca Gregorio-Hernandez, Spain

17:00

End of day

08:25-08:30

GREETINGS and INTRODUCTION - Prof. Daniele De Luca

08:30-08:50

OPENING LECTURES
News in lung ultrasound in 2023: where are we?

(Daniel Lichtenstein - Paris, France)

VI Session - Teaching lung ultrasound

Chair: Yasser Elsayed - Winnipeg, Canada & Giovanna Chidini - Milan, Italy

08:50-09:10

Implementing a POCUS program in a large referral NICU: how to do it?

(Shazia Bhombal - Atlanta-GA, USA)

09:10-09:30

Five secrets to teach lung ultrasound to resident and fellows

(Nadya Yousef - Paris, France)

09:30-09:50

Inter-and intra-rater reliability of lung ultrasound: is it really operator-dependent?

(Francesco Raimondi - Naples, Italy)

09:50-10:10

Q&A

VII Session - Lung ultrasound and the Kidney

Chair: Dick Tibboel - Rotterdam, Netherlands & Zaccaria Ricci Firenze, Italy

10:10-10:30

Lung ultrasound and the effect of diuretics in neonates

(Almudena Alonso – Ojembarrena - Cadiz, Spain)

10:30-10:50

Lung ultrasound to monitor fluid status during pediatric extracorporeal renal replacement therapy?

(Marco Allinovi – Florence, Italy)

10:50-11:10

Neonatal CVVH is now a reality as much as LUS

(Daniele De Luca, Paris, France)

11:10-11:15

Q&A

11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

VIII Session - Monitoring... the machine. What to check and how to do during ECMO

Chairs: Dick Tibboel - Rotterdam, Netherlands & Fabio Mosca - Milan, Italy

11:30-11:45

Lung ultrasound monitoring in pedriatic ECMO

(Matteo di Nardo - Roma, Italy)

11:45-12:00

Lung ultrasound monitoring in neonatal ECMO

(Luca Bonadies – Padova, Italy)

12:00-12:15

Again another device? The essential for monitoring during ECMO

(Giacomo Cavallaro - Milan, Italy)

12:15-12:20

Q&A
Followed by 4 abstract presentation (8’ each+2’ question each)

12:20-12:30

ID 3
Extravascular lung water assessement by lung ultrasound in infants following cardiac surgery

Evyatar Hubara, Israel

12:30-12:40

ID 20
Role of lung ultrasound in optimizing the management of transient tachypnea of the newborn

Bibiana Riaño Méndez, Spain

12:40-12:50

ID 5
Non-invasive monitoring of lung fluids in very preterm infants during the transitional period: effect of a hemodynamically significant pa-tent ductus arteriosus

Ottavio Vitelli, Italy

12:50-13:00

ID 21
Pulmonary ultrasound evolution after interventional closure of the ductus in preterm babies

Maria Arriaga Redondo

13:00-14:00

Lunch Break

IX Session - The diaphragm: a forgotten friend

Chairs: Giovanna Chidini - Milan, Italy & Nadya Youssef -Paris, France

14:00-14:20

Diaphragm ultrasound monitoring in preterm neonates

(Almudena Alonso – Ojembarrena - Cadiz, Spain)

14:20-14:40

Diaphragm ultrasound to predict surfactant need

(Victoria Aldecoa-Bilbao – Barcellona, Spain)

14:40-15:00

Diaphragmatic ultraound to characterize severity of respiratory failure in infants with bronchiolitis

(Ana Gomez - Zamore - Madrid, Spain)

15:00-15:10

Q&A

15:10-15:20

Coffee Break

X Session - Lung ultrasound in developing countries

Chair: (Nady Yousef - Paris, France & Yasser Elsayed - Winnipeg, Canada)

15:20-15:40

Can we use lung ultrasound in pediatric ED in low and middle-income countries?

(Luigi Pisani - Amsterdam, Netherlands)

15:40-17:00

Benefits and challenges of lung ultrasound implementation in low and middle-income countries

(Danilo Buonsenso - Rome, Italy)

4 abstracts presentation (8’ each + 2 question each)

16:10-16:20

ID 17
The Role of Laryngeal Ultrasound in the Assessment of Vocal Fold Motion Impairment following Congenital Heart Surgery: a Case Series

Yordan Hristov Georgiev, Germany

16:20-16:30

ID 22
The efficiency of lung ultrasound score as monitoring of lung condition and prediction of severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm in-fants less than 32 weeks of gestational ages

So jin Yoon, South Korea

16:30-16:40

ID 23
Implementatation of a standardized sign-based lung ultrasound protocol in a neonatal intensive care unit: an observational study

Oliver Firszt, Poland

16:40-16:50

ID 12
Association between patent ductus arteriosus flow and home oxygen therapy in premature infants < 26 weeks of gestation

Jana Termerova, Czech Republic

17:00

End of day

XI Session - Monitoring gut and lung

Chair: Nadya Yousef - Paris, France & Francesco Raimondi Naples, Italy

09:00-09:20

NIRS to measure gut oxygenation in critically ill neonates

(Jayanta Banerjee - London, UK)

09:20-09:40

Lung and gut ultrasound: can they go hand in hand?

(Yasser Elsayed - Winnipeg, Canada)

09:40-10:50

3 abstracts presentation (8’ each + 2 question each)

09:50-10:00

ID 8
Lung POCUS in the cardiac PICU is feasible and accurate but be aware of your apical lung views!

Sabien Heisterkamp, Netherlands

10:00-10:15

Coffee Break

XII Session - ROUND TABLE: late breathing news in lung ultrasound

Chair: Daniele De Luca - Paris, France

10:15-10:30

Relationship between lung aeration and cerebral perfusion

(Daniela Biasucci - Rome, Italy)

10:30-10:45

Ultrasound or clinical scores to monitor infants with bronchiolitis?

(Anna Camporesi - Rome, Italy)

10:45-11:00

Meta-analytical data on lung ultrasound to predict surfactant need In preterm neonates

(Francesco Raimondi Naples, Italy)

11:00-11:15

Quantitative lung ultrasound: can the scores be further improved?

(Belhaid Bouhemad - Djon, France)

11:15-11:30

AI-assisted lung ultrasound: is it just the beginning?

(Nhat Phung Tran Huy - London, UK)

11:30-12:00

Q&A and discussion

12:00

Wrap up - Daniele De Luca
CLOSING REMARKS

(Martin Kneijber, Espnic President, via zoom)