Seminario Internazionale di Neonatologia

Il calo della natalità e l'espandersi della procreazione medicalmente assistita ha reso ogni bambino ancora

Si apre lunedì 10 ottobre presso il Centro Congressi della “Federico II” in via Partenope il Seminario internazionale sui disordini respiratori del neonato. Questi rimangono anche nei Paesi sviluppati la principale causa di morte e uno dei determinanti di invalidità permanente delle primissime epoche di vita. I notevoli progressi del settore saranno illustrati da cinque docenti europei ed americani che interagiranno con discenti provenienti da tutta Europa.

Conclude i lavori mercoledì l’intervento del Prof. Francesco Raimondi, Direttore della Neonatologia e Terapia Intensiva Neonatale della “Federico II” mettendo in risalto il contributo di ricerca dei neonatologi napoletani nel campo dell’ecografia polmonare nel neonato critico.

 

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                                                                                          IPOKRaTES Foundation Clinical Seminar

Neonatal Respiratory Support: State-of-the-art in respiratory assistance, delivery room care, prevention and treatment of chronic lung disease October 10-12, 2016 Naples, Italy
Objectives IPOKRaTES seminars provide high-quality postgraduate education, which enables professionals to keep abreast on the most recent developments, and offers participants the opportunity to discuss clinical problems and scientific issues personally with international experts. Emphasis will be made on providing and structured approach to care of the extremely premature infant from its theoretical and physiological basis to clinical patient management.
Lecturers Anton van Kaam MD Emma Children’s Hospital, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Martin Keszler MD Women and Infants Hospital, Brown University, Providence, RI, USA Haresh Kirpalani MD Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, PA,USA Charles C Roehr MD Oxford University Hospitals, Oxford, England Francesco Raimondi MD Università „Federico II“ di Napoli, Napoli, Italy
Limited Number of Participants: 60 Please Note: Only registered participants, NO on site registration! Please register via internet: http://www.ipokrates.info
Program Design Martin Keszler MD, Providence, RI, USA
Target Groups Physicians and other health care professionals from academic and non-university hospitals with interest in mechanical ventilation and other forms of life support. This includes Neonatologists, Pediatricians, Intensivists, Anesthesiologists and others. The number of participants is limited to 60, to optimize opportunity for interaction with faculty.
Major Sponsors Dräger, Elsevier, Nestlé Nutrition Institute, Pediatric Air Ambulance
Local Sponsors
Local Organizer Francesco Raimondi MD Direttore U.O. Neonatologia e Terapia Intensiva Neonatale Responsabile Servizio di Trasporto di Emergenza Neonatale Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche Traslazionali, Università „Federico II“ di Napoli, Naples, Italy email: raimondi@unina.it, Phone: +39 0817463004
Information/ IPOKRaTES Head Office c/o m:con – mannheim:congress GmbH Registration Rosengartenplatz 2, 68161 Mannheim / Germany Phone +49 (0)621 4106-134, Fax +49 (0)621 4106-80134 e-mail: ipokrates@mcon-mannheim.de, internet: http://www.ipokrates.info
Travel VISA required, each participant is responsible for his/her VISA, and IPOKRaTES assumes NO liability.
Participation Fees before June 30, 2016 after July 1, 2016 Single Person 300,00 € 350,00 €

Neonatal Respiratory Support
October 10-12, 2016 Naples, Italy
Monday, October 10, 2016
13.00-13.15 Welcome and introductory remarks Keszler M and Raimondi F 13.15-14.00 Essentials of pulmonary physiology and lung mechanics van Kaam A 14.00-15.00 Principles of gas exchange: CO2 elimination, oxygenation, Keszler M tissue oxygen delivery 15.00-15.30 Break 15:30-16.30 Assessment of newborn infants in the delivery room Roehr CC 16.30-17.30 What is new in Surfactant Replacement Therapy? van Kaam A
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
08.00-09.00 Optimizing Delivery Room Transition Roehr CC 09.00-10.00 The Open Lung concept/optimizing lung volume in the NICU van Kaam A 10.00-10.30 Break 10.30-11.30 Non-invasive respiratory support Kirpalani H 11.30-12.30 High-frequency ventilation 2016 van Kaam A 12.30-13.30 Lunch 13:30-14.30 Important concepts in the physiology of mechanical ventilation Keszler M 14.30-15.30 Current approach to persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPHN) Kirpalani H 15.30-16.00 Break 16.00-17.00 Use of pulmonary graphics to optimize respiratory support Roehr CC 17.00-17.30 Roundtable Discussion All Faculty
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
08.30-09.30 Meconium Aspiration Syndrome: Prevention, Pathophysiology Roehr CC and Management 09.30-10.30 Volume-targeted ventilation: New paradigm in neonatal ventilation Keszler M 10.30-11.00 Break 11.00-12.00 Lung ultrasound: a novel imaging tool in the NICU Raimondi F 12.00-13.00 Lunch 13.00-14.00 BPD-new and old: Its Definition, Pathophysiology and Management Kirpalani H 14.00-15.00 Ventilator management – case presentations Keszler M 15.0-16.00 When has enough evidence accumulated to make for a standard of care? Kirpalani H 16.00-16.15 Closing Remarks Raimondi F and Keszler M

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