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Scientific Programme

All lectures are in Central European Time (CET)

11:00-11:30

How I do it. Using a neonatal lung ultrasound score in the NICU

N. Yousef, France

12:00-12:10

Welcome and introduction

D. De Luca, Paris, France

12:10-13:30

News about lung ultrasound in NICU

Chair: F. Raimondi, Italy; D. De Luca, France

12:10-12:30

Lung ultrasound in the delivery room: should we use it so early?

D. Blank, Melbourne, Australia

12:30-12:50

Lung ultrasound and ventilator-associated pneumonia

V. Peau-Petit, London, United Kingdom

12:50-13:10

From SAFE to SAFE-R: lung ultrasound for life-threatening situations

N.Yousef, Paris, France

13:10-13:30

Q/A

13:30-13:45

BREAK

13:45-15:00

Lung ultrasound and the COVID19

Chair: N. Yousef, Paris, France; Yasser Elsayed, Canada

13:45-14:05

Lung ultrasound in neonates exposed or infected with SARS-CoV-2

D. De Luca, Paris, France

14:05-14:25

Lung ultrasound in children with COVID19

G. Chidini, Milan, Italy

14:25-14:45

Lung ultrasound in adults with COVID19

S. Mongodi, Pavia, Italy

14:45-15:00

Q/A

15:00-15:15

BREAK

15:15-16:15

Lung ultrasound and BPD

Chair: R. Steinhorn, United States; M. Sanchez Luna, Spain

15:15-15:35

Lung ultrasound to monitor evolving BPD

D. De Luca, Paris, France

15:35-15:55

Lung ultrasound to predict BPD

A. Alonso-Ojembarrena, Cadiz, Spain

15:55-16:15

Q/A

16:15-16:20

BREAK

16:20-17:25

Best oral presentations session

Chair: N. Yousef, France; J. Rodriguez-Fanjul, Spain

16:20-16:27

Role of lung ultrasound for the etiological diagnosis of community-acquired pneumonia in children: a prospective study

D. Buonsenso, Italy

16:27-16:34

Direct effect of caffeine on diaphragmatic muscles

G. Kayki, Turkey

16:34-16:41

Ultrasound-guided supraclavicular cannulation of the brachiocephalic vein may reduce central line-associated bloodstream infection in preterm infants

S. Terroba Seara, Spain

16:41-16:48

Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery in children: can lung ultrasound be considered a safe and good alternative for one lung ventilation control?

R. Pulvirenti, Italy

16:48-16:55

The value of adding lung ultrasound to hemodynamic consultations (neonatologist performed echocardiography). One-year cohort in a tertiary level referral hospital in Mexico City.

D. Ibarra-Rios, Mexico

16:55-17:02

Use of the sonographic algorithm for life threatening emergencies in in a tertiary level referral hospital in Mexico City. Case series over 3 years.

D. Ibarra-Rios, Mexico

17:02-17:09

Feasibility of lung ultrasound in a pediatric population after cardio-surgery

S. Foligno, France

17:09-17:16

Lung ultrasound characteristics in neonates with positive RT-PCR for Sars-Cov-2 on a tertiary level referral hospital in Mexico City

D. Ibarra-Rios, Mexico

17:16-17:23

Does lung ultrasound and thoracic fluid content evaluation predict the need for invasive ventilation in preterm infants with respiratory distress?

S. Martini, Italy

17:25-17:30

BREAK

17:30-18:30

News about lung ultrasound in the PICU

Chair: P. Tissieres, France; G. Chidini, Italy

17:30-17:50

Lung ultrasound and severe pediatric trauma

M. Di Nardo, Roma, Italy

17:50-18:10

Usefulness of lung ultrasound in PARDS

M.J. Griksaitis, Southampton, United Kingdom

18:10-18:30

Q/A

18:30-19:00

Closing lecture:

How to launch and develop an ultrasound program in NICU and PICU
T. Conlon and M. Fraga, Philadelphia, United States

19:00-19:15

Q/A

19:15-19:30

Wrap up

D. De Luca, Paris, France

Invited Speakers

A. Alonso-Ojembarrena

Cadiz, Spain

D. Blank

Melbourne, Australia

T. Canlon

Philadelphia, United States

G. Chidini

Milan, Italy

D. De Luca

Paris, France

M. Di Nardo

Rome, Italy

M.V. Fraga

Philadelphia, United States

M.J. Griksaiti

Southampton, United Kingdom

S. Mongodi

Pavia, Italy

V. Peau-Petit

London, United Kingdom

F. Raimondi

Naples, Italy

R. Steinhorn

Washington, United States

P. Tissieres

Paris, France

N. Yousef

Paris, France