Scientific Information

Scientific Committee

Scientific Programme

All lectures are in Central European Summer Time (CEST/ GMT+2)

13:00-13:15

Opening

​​Chair: T. Curstedt, Stockholm, Sweden; H.L. Halliday, Belfast, UK; C.P. Speer, ​​Würzburg, Germany

13:15-15:15

SESSION I – OXYGEN AND SURFACTANT

Chair: A.B. te Pas, Leiden, The Netherlands; B. Stenson, Edinburgh, UK

13:15-13:45

Oxygen in the first 5 minutes of life in very preterm infants

O.D. Saugstad, Oslo, Norway

13:45-14:15

CHF5633 for Neonatal RDS and Beyond: Where are we in 2021?

R. Ramanathan, Los Angeles, USA

14:15-14:45

The miracles of surfactant: LISA, nebulization and carrier of topic drugs

C. Härtel, Würzburg, Germany

14:45-15:15

Discussion

15:15-15:30

BREAK

15:30-17:30

SESSION II – OPTIMAL VENTILATION STRATEGIES

Chair: R. Ramanathan, Los Angeles, USA; E. Özek, Istanbul, Turkey

15:30-16:00

Indications for and risks of non-invasive respiratory support

C. Wright, Denver, USA

16:00-16:30

When is mechanical ventilation indicated in preterm infants?

E. Bancalari, Miami, USA

16:30-17:00

Lung recruitment: from theory to clinical application

A.H.L. van Kaam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

17:00-17:30

Discussion

17:30-18:15

13th BENGT ROBERTSON MEMORIAL LECTURE

Introduction: T. Curstedt, Stockholm, Sweden; H.L. Halliday, Belfast, UK

17:30-18:15

Pulmonary hypertension: the hidden danger for newborns

S. Abman, Denver, United States

All lectures are in Central European Summer Time (CEST/ GMT+2)

13:00-15:30

SESSION III – DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES

Chair: K. Sekar, Oklahoma City, USA; D.G. Sweet, Belfast, UK

13:00-13:30

What is the latest news about postnatal corticosteroids?

L.W. Doyle, Melbourne, Australia

14:00-14:00

Does hemodynamic evaluation improve neonatal care?

M. Kluckow, Sydney, Australia

14:00-14:30

Lung ultrasound in neonatology: feasibility and limitations

F. Raimondi, Naples, Italy

14:30-15:00

Pulmonary hypertension in very immature preterm infants: new therapeutic strategies

TBD

15:00-15:30

Discussion

15:30-17:30

MEET THE PROFESSORS

15:30-16:30

Optimal Ventilatory Strategies for Very Immature Infants


A.H.L. van Kaam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; R. Plavka, Prague, Czech Republic

16:30-17:30

Open Questions of Surfactant Administration


V. Carnielli, Ancona, Italy; H.A. Verder, Holbæk, Denmark

All lectures are in Central European Summer Time (CEST/ GMT+2)

13:00-15:40

SESSION IV: FREE PRESENTATIONS

13:00-15:00

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Chair: O.D. Saugstad, Oslo, Norway; U. Simeoni, Lausanne, Switzerland

13:00-13:15

Less invasive surfactant administration (LISA): is surfactant prophylaxis coming back?

E. Herting, Lübeck, Germany

13:15-13:30

Surfactant aerosol delivery to spontaneously breathing preterm neonates: lesson learnt

F. Bianco, Firenze, Italy

13:30-13:45

CHF5633 surfactant with SP-B and SP-C analogues in the treatment of experi-mental acute respiratory distress syndrome: a biochemical and histopathological study

P. Mikolka, Bratislava, Slovakia

13:45-14:00

Setting-up of a novel long-term multiple-hit preterm rabbit BPD model

F. Stretti, Parma, Italy

14:00-14:15

Inflammatory biomarkers in very preterm infants during early intravenous parace-tamol

O. Aikio, Oulu, Finland

14:15-14:30

Hypoxic preconditioning in the fetal to neonatal transition enhances surfactant sta-bility against oxidative stress

M. Vento, Valencia, Spain

14:30-14:45

Novel insights from an ovine model: Does intrauterine Ureaplasma exposure disturb neonatal blood brain barrier integ-rity?

C. Silwedel, Wuerzburg, Germany

14:45-15:00

Very preterm infants with abnormal general movements show alterations in early amplitude-integrated EEG signals

M. Hammerl, Innsbruck, Austria

15:00-15:40

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Chair: E. Saliba, Paris, France; C. Moretti, Rome, Italy

15:00-15:10

The effects of redox modulation on immature neurons and ERK1/2, AKT AND P38 signaling pathways

A. Kumral, Izmir, Turkey

15:10-15:20

The effect of antenatal corticosteroid administration on neonatal outcomes in premature twin infants <30 weeks gestational age

O. Ertekin, Ankara, Turkey

15:20-15:30

Does accelerated infant growth affect body mass index (BMI) and body composi-tion during childhood? A cohort study

F. Balomenou, Ioannina, Greece

15:30-15:40

The use of methylxanthines in the prevention of acute kidney injury in term new-borns with moderate hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy

I. Anikin, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine

16:00-18:00

SESSION V - ROUND TABLE

16:00-18:00

Definition of BPD and other open questions

Chair: E. Bancalari, Miami, USA; M. Hallman, Oulu, Finland
S. Abman, Denver, USA; V. Carnielli, Ancona, Italy; C.P. Speer, Würzburg, Germany; C. Wright, Denver, USA

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