Neonatal Hemodynamics

  • June 9 – 11, 2022
  • Modena, Italy

Objectives

IPOKRaTES seminars provide high quality postgraduate education which enables professional to keep abreast of the most recent developments and offer participants the opportunity to discuss clinical problems or scientific issues personally with international experts.

To facilitate the audience’s understanding of the concepts of developmental cardiorespiratory physiology and the retention of the information discussed, the majority of the presentations will use a case-based approach with significant parts of each talk introduced by a real or simulated case.

1. Case-based teaching applied to train participants to solve practical problems using cognitive flexibility and other teaching approaches.

2. Problem-based teaching, aimed at improving understanding of the etiology and mechanisms of disease processes (pathophysiology) will be used to facilitate the establishment of diagnoses and the understanding of the mechanisms of action of appropriate treatment modalities.

Faculty

  • Peter G. Davis MD, FRACP
    Professor; University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • Gorm Greisen, MD, PhD
    Professor; University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Martin Kluckow MBBS FRACP PhD
    Professor; University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
  • Shahab Noori, MD, MS CBTI, RDCS
    Professor of Pediatrics; Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Istvan Seri, MD, PhD, HonD (Course Director)
    Professor of Pediatrics; Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Guest Faculty: Alberto Berardi and Katia Rossi
    Policlinic of Modena, Italy

Program

THU, JUNE 9, 2022

MORNING SESSION
TRANSITIONAL CARDIOPULMONARY PHYSIOLOGY, DELIVERY ROOM MONITORING & MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOPULMONARY FUNCTION

08.00–08.15

Introduction by the host

Alberto Berardi

08.15–09.00

Principles of Fetal and Transitional Cardiovascular Physiology

Istvan Seri

09.00–09.50

Respiratory Physiology of Transition at Birth

Peter G. Davis

09.50–10.10

Coffee break

10.10–11.10

Hemodynamics, Cord Clamping and Supporting Transition: The ILCOR recommendations

Martin Kluckow, Peter Davis

11.10–12.20

Arterial and Cerebral Oxygenation and Heart Rate Targeting in the Delivery Room

Peter G. Davis, Gorm Greisen

12.20–13.15

Respiratory Support and its impact on Transitional Hemodynamics in the Delivery Room

Peter G. Davis

13.15–14.45

Lunch break

Judy Aschner

11.20–11.45

Panel Discussion: Questions and Answers

AFTERNOON SESSION
METHODS OF MONITORING CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION IN THE NICU – CASE-BASED INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGIES

14.45–15.45

Point of care ultrasound in NICU: Clinical Applications and Training

Martin Kluckow

15.45–16.25

Methods of Cardiac Output Measurements in Neonates in the NICU: An Overview

Shahab Noori

16.25–17.05

Oxygen Delivery & Organ Blood Flow Measurements at the Bedside using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

Gorm Greisen

17.05–17.20

Coffee break

17.20–18.00

Comprehensive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Neonates: Concept and Cases

Istvan Seri

18.00–18.40

Practice opportunity of an Echocardiography Simulator

18.40

Adjourn

FRI, JUNE 10, 2022

MORNING SESSION
NEONATAL SHOCK – PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, TREATMENT AND STUDY DESIGN

08.00–09.00

Definition of Neonatal Hypotension (including case presentations)

Istvan Seri

09.00–10.20

Developmentally Regulated Mechanisms of Action of Vasopressors, Inotropes, Lusitropes and Steroids. Case presentations illustrate including the effects of drug treatment under various clinical scenarios including the use of breastmilk or preterm formula feeding and the occurrence of NEC

Istvan Seri

10.20–10.40

Coffee break

10.40–13.00

Assessment and management of neonatal septic shock using a case-based teaching approac

Martin Kluckow

13.00–14.30

Lunch break

AFTERNOON SESSION
TRANSITIONAL HEMODYNAMICS – PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT

14.30–15.20

Cardiovascular Factors Affecting Outcomes in the VLBW Neonate during Transition: Pathophysiology and Treatment of P/IVH

Shahab Noori

15.20–16.00

Pathophysiology, Hemodynamics, and Targeted Management of PPHN and Hemodynamic Alterations in BPD

Martin Kluckow

16.00–16.20

Coffee break

16.20–17.10

PPROM in the Preterm Infant – Cardiorespiratory Management

Peter G Davis, Martin Kluckow

17.10–17.50

Impact of Changes in Blood Pressure, pCO2, O2 Saturation, Hemoglobin Concentration, and Positive End-Expiratory Pressure on Cerebral Blood Flow and Oxygen Delivery – With Case Presentations

Gorm Greisen

12.30–13.30

Lunch

17.50–18.30

Practice opportunity of an Echocardiography Simulator

18.30

Adjourn

SAT, JUNE 11, 2022

MORNING SESSION
PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS

08.00–09.30

Pathophysiology and Hemodynamics of VLBW Neonates with Patent Ductus Arteriosus Emerging concepts in PDA management

Martin Kluckow

09.30–11.00

Patent Ductus Arteriosus: To Treat or Not To Treat?

Shahab Noori

11.00–11.20

Coffee break

11.20–12.30

Impact of Neonatal Hypotension, Impaired Systemic and Cerebral Blood Flow and PDA on Neurodevelopmental Outcome in the VLBW Neonates

Shahab Noori

12.30–14.00

Lunch break

AFTERNOON SESSION
CASE PRESENTATIONS

14.00–14.25

Case Presentations

Alberto Beradi, Katia Rossi

14.25–14.50

Ventilatory Support in the Delivery Room: Case Presentations

Peter G. Davis

14.50–15.15

Treatment of Hypotension and Low Systemic Blood Flow in the Neonate: Case Presentations

Shahab Noori

15.15–15.40

Organ Blood Flow Monitoring using NIRS: Case Presentations

Gorm Greisen

15.40–16.05

Use of point of care ultrasound in the NICU: Case Presentations with a Focus on Systemic Blood Flow During Transition

Martin Kluckow

16.05–16.15

Final Discussion

16.15

Adjourn

Subject to change

Free Seats

Information

The number of participants is limited to 70

Participation Fees

Single person

  • before Apr 14, 2022
  • 350,00 Euro
  • after Apr 14, 2022
  • 400,00 Euro
Registration

Program Design / Host

Istvan Seri, MD, PhD, HonD

Professor of Pediatrics; Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Professor, Policlinic of Modena, Modena, Italy

Target Audience

Doctors, nurses, nutritionists and affiliates of university and non-university hospitals in the field of neonatology.

Local Organizer

Alberto Berardi, MD
Policlinic University Hospital, Modena, Largo del Pozzo 71, 41124 Modena, Italy
email: alberto.berardi@unimore.it

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