Scientific Information

Scientific Committee

Scientific Programme

08:30-08:45

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Tore Curstedt, Stockholm, Sweden; Henry L. Halliday, Belfast, United Kingdom

08:45-09:30

12th BENGT ROBERTSON MEMORIAL LECTURE IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY AND IMPACT OF CLINICAL RESEARCH: A GAME CHANGER FOR 21ST CENTURY NEONATOLOGY

Neena Modi, London, United Kingdom

09:30-10:15

IMPROVING GLOBAL NEWBORN SURVIVAL: BUILDING UPON HELPING BABIES BREATHE

Susan Niermeyer, Denver, United States

10:15-10:45

Discussion

10:45-11:15

COFFEE BREAK

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Chairpersons:
Corrado Moretti, Rome, Italy
Rangasamy Ramanathan, Los Angeles, United States

11:15-11:45

OPTIMAL VENTILATION AND SURFACTANT TREATMENT IN RESOURCE LIMITED COUNTRIES

Johan Smith, Cape Town, South Africa

11:45-12:15

NON-VENTILATORY STRATEGIES, A CRITICAL UPDATE

Charles-Christoph Roehr, Oxford, United Kingdom

12:15-12:45

Discussion

12:45-13:30

LUNCH

13:30-14:30

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

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Chairpersons:
Sture Andersson, Helsinki, Finland
Gianluca Lista, Milan, Italy

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THE EFFECTS OF ANTENATAL CORTICOSTEROID ADMINISTRATION ON PREMA-TURITY-RELATED OUTCOMES ACCORDING TO PRESENCE OF MATERNAL HIS-TOLOGIC CHORIOAMNIONITIS IN INFANTS <30 WEEKS GESTATIONAL AGE

O. Ertekin, Ankara, Turkey

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EARLY USE OF AZITHROMYCIN ON THE PREVENTION OF VENTILATION-INDUCED LUNG INJURY BY RELEASE OF PROINFLAMATORY CYTOKINES: DOU-BLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL

R. C. Silveira, Porto Alegre, Brazil

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CAN LUNG ULTRASOUND GUIDE AND MONITOR SURFACTANT ADMINISTRA-TION? PRELIMINARY DATA FROM A MULTI CENTER PROTOCOL

F. Raimondi, Naples, Italy

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DIRECT EFFECT OF CAFFEINE ON DIAPHRAGMATIC MUSCLES

G. Kayki, Ankara, Turkey

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ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PRETERM USING NEONA-TAL KDIGO DEFINITION: UTILITY OF URINE OUTPUT

M. Saint-Faust, Geneva, Switzerland

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HYPEROXIA CAN RESULT A SHIFT IN BRAIN ENERGY METABOLISM FROM GLY-COLYSIS TO PENTOSE PHOSPHATE PATHWAY

A. Kumral, Izmir, Turkey

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Chairpersons:
Virgilio Carnielli, Ancona, Italy
Johan Smith, Cape Town, South Africa

14:30-15:00

DETERMINING THE HAEMODYNAMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF A PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS USING ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY: DO WE HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS?

Afif El-Khuffash, Dublin, Ireland

15:00-15:00

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

15:00-15:15

EFFECT OF SYNTHETIC SURFACTANT WITH SP-B AND SP-C ANALOGUES (CHF5633) ON LUNG FUNCTION IN A MODEL OF SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME

P. Mikolka, Martin, Slovakia

15:15-15:30

INCREASED RESISTANCE TOWARDS SURFACTANT INACTIVATION IN LARGE SURFACTANT AGGREGATES OF NEAR TERM RABBITS WITH NEONATAL E.COLI OR GBS PNEUMONIA FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH NEW SYNTHETIC AND MODIFIED PORCINE SURFACTANT

G. Stichtenoth, Lübeck, Germany

15:30-15:45

LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF LESS INVASIVE SURFACTANT ADMINISTRATION (LI-SA) – FOLLOW-UP OF THE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED NINSAPP TRIAL AT 6 YEARS

E. Herting, Lübeck, Germany

15:45-16:15

COFFEE BREAK

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Chairpersons:
Mikko Hallman, Oulu, Finland
Ola D. Saugstad, Oslo, Norway

16:15-16:45

THE GENETIC BASIS OF SURFACTANT METABOLISM DISORDERS: TOWARDS PER-SONALIZED THERAPIES

Olivier Danhaive, Brussels, Belgium

16:45-17:15

USING EXPERIMENTAL MODELS TO IDENTIFY PATHOGENIC PATHWAYS AND PUTATIVE DISEASE MANAGEMENT TARGETS IN BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA

Rory Morty, Bad Nauheim, Germany

17:15-17:30

Discussion

17:30-17:30

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

17:30-17:45

BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA (BPD): DEVELOPMENT OF A PREDICTIVE SCORING SYSTEM FOR VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS - THE SWISS-BPD-RISK SCORE

I. El Faleh, Lausanne, Switzerland

17:45-18:00

DOES RESIDENT ALVEOLAR TYPE 2 STEM CELL DEFECTS UNDERLIE PATHOGENE-SIS OF BPD?

P. Minoo, Los Angeles, United States

18:00-18:15

Adjourn

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Chairpersons:
Dominique Haumont, Brussels, Belgium
Kris Sekar, Oklahoma City, United States

08:30-09:00

SPECIAL LECTURE HAZARDS OF PERIPARTUM ANTIBIOTICS BEYOND RESISTANCE

Alison Bedford-Russell, Birmingham, United Kingdom

09:00-09:30

NEONATAL NOSOCOMIAL SEPSIS: THE DAMOCLES SWORD CONTINUES TO SWING

Christian P. Speer, Würzburg, Germany

09:30-10:00

UPDATE ON NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS

Josef Neu, Gainesville, United States

10:00-10:30

Discussion

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

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Chairpersons:
Giuseppe Buonocore, Siena, Italy
Henry L. Halliday, Belfast, United Kingdom

11:00-11:30

NOVEL PHARMACODYNAMIC ACTIONS OF CAFFEINE IN NEWBORNS AND ONGOING CONTROVERSIES

Jacob Aranda, New York, United States

11:30-11:30

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

11:30-11:45

PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF AMNIOTIC FLUID ON NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL: A BIOCHEMICAL, HISTOPATHOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

S. Takci, Tokat, Turkey

11:45-12:00

EARLY ONSET NEONATAL SEPSIS IN AFRICA - ALARMING RESULTS FROM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND METANALYSIS

F. R. Mangeret, Geneva, Switzerland

12:00-12:15

MICROORGANISM PROFILE & ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PATTERN IN NEO-NATAL SEPSIS OVER 6 YEARS: EXPERIENCE FROM TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN INDIA

S. Goel, New Dehli, India

12:15-12:30

Discussion

12:30-13:30

LUNCH

13:30-14:30

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

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Chairpersons:
David Sweet, Belfast, United Kingdom
Maximo Vento, Valencia, Spain

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STRICT EVALUATION OF CLINICAL SIGNS IS MORE ACCURATE THAN A MULTI-VARIATE RISK ASSESSMENT TO REDUCE THE RATE OF ANTIBIOTIC USE IN NEW-BORNS AT RISK OF NEONATAL EARLY-ONSET SEPSIS

R. S. Procianoy, Porto Alegre, Brazil

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IMPLEMENTING PULSED XENON ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION IN A NEONATAL ICU AND ITS IMPACT ON NOSOCOMIAL SEPSIS

R. Dippenaar, Cape Town, South Africa

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PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ‘SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS’ IN DIAGNOSIS OF CULTURE PROVEN EARLY ONSET NEONATAL SEPSIS (EONS) IN PRETERM NEONATES

S. Nangia, New Delhi, India

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THE EFFECTS OF REDOX MODULATION ON IMMATURE NEURONS AND ERK1/2, AKT AND P38 SIGNALING PATHWAYS

D. Engur, Izmir, Turkey

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POSSIBLE ANTIAPOPTOTIC AND NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM SULPHATE ON RETINA IN A PRETERM HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC RAT MODEL

F. Ovalı, Istanbul, Turkey

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Chairpersons:
Eren Özek, Istanbul, Turkey
Elie Saliba, Paris, France

14:30-15:00

HOW FETAL STRESSES AND ANTENATAL MANAGEMENT MAY CONTRIBUTE TO NEONATAL TREATMENT REQUIREMENTS AND OUTCOME

Mikko Hallman, Oulu, Finland

15:00-15:30

IMPROVING SURVIVAL, IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR NEONATES?

Neil Marlow, London, United Kingdom

15:30-16:00

Discussion

16:00-16:30

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-16:30

FREE COMMUNICATIONS

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Chairpersons:
Umberto Simeoni, Lausanne, Switzerland
Ben Stenson, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

16:30-16:45

SETTING-UP OF A CLINICAL-LIKE INTENSIVE CARE PROTOCOL FOR ACUTE MANAGEMENT OF 27-DAY GESTATIONAL AGE RABBIT PUPS TO ACHIEVE LONG TERM SURVIVAL

C. Catozzi, Parma, Italy

16:45-17:00

MINIMAL INTERVENTION FOR EXTREMELY LOW GESTATION NEONATES IN THE FIRST 3 DAYS

I. Callander, Sydney, Australia

17:00-17:25

INTRAVENOUS ACETAMINOPHEN FOR THE NEWBORN: NO ADVERSE EFFECTS DURING THE FIRST FIVE YEARS

O. Aikio, Oulu, Finland

17:25-18:00

Discussion

18:00-18:30

CLOSING REMARKS

Scientific Committee

Invited Speakers

 
 
 
 

Accreditations

SPIN 2020 – Sharing Progress in Neonatology, Madrid, Spain, 05/06/2020 – 06/06/2020

An application has been sent to EACCME®

Event reference number: LEE20-00465

 

 

Conflict of Interest