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NCE 2009 Perinatal Section October 17- 20. WASHINGTON, DC. SECTION ON PERINATAL PEDIATRICS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2009 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM POSTER SESSION AND OPENING RECEPTION

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NCE 2009

Perinatal Section

October 17- 20

WASHINGTON, DC

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SECTION ON PERINATAL PEDIATRICS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2009

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

POSTER SESSION AND OPENING RECEPTION

This session will focus on approximately 40 posters in which participants will be exposed to up-to-date research in the area of Perinatal Pediatrics. The participant will be able to interact with the researchers on a one-on-one basis. The participant will be able to assess the relevance of the research to the care of his/her own patients.

6:00-7:00 PM Authors present at posters

6:30-7:00 PM Poster Walk Discussions with Authors

7:00-7:30 PMMarshall Klaus Trainee Awards

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17

8:00 AM-11:30 AM

Morning Session

SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS

This session will focus on 12 Platform Presentations given by the primary author followed by a short discussion. Participants will be exposed to up-to-date research in the area of Perinatal Pediatrics. The participant will be able to interact with the researchers in a question and answer session. The participant will be able to assess the relevance of the research to the care of his/her own patients.

Abstract Session 1

8:00-9:10 AM Presentation of 6 abstracts

9:10-9:20 AM Questions/Answers Presentations 1-6

Abstract Session 2

9:40-10:50 AM Presentation of 6 abstracts

10:50-11:00 AM Questions/Answers Presentations 7-12

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17

12:30 PM-5:30 PM

STATE OF THE ART LECTURE SERIES:

Pathophysiology of Inflammatory Mediators and Origin of Neonatal Disease: Curiosity, Cause or Consequence

●Maternal Stress/Oxidative State: Setting the Stage for Neonatal Disease Robert Romero

● The Role of Inflammation in the Development of Chronic Lung Disease

Rashmin Savani

●Chorioamnionitis, Inflammatory Mediators and PVL: Is there a Connection? Kristi Watterberg

●Inflammatory Mediators in Neonatal Sepsis: Alphabet Soup or Diagnostic Clues

Richard Polin

●Targeted Therapeutic Intervention for Prevention of Disease: Is it Possible?

David Stevenson

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18

8:00 AM-12:00 Noon

JOINT SECTION PROGRAM: PERINATAL PEDIATRICS & SURGERY

Necrotizing Enterocolitis: An Elusive Disease That Continues to Taunt Us

●The Biology of Necrotizing Enterocolitis and Spontaneous Small Bowel Perforation: Michael Caplan

●Mother’s Milk, Probiotics and Feeding Strategies to Prevent NEC: What’s the Evidence?: David Adamkin

●The Surgeon’s Role in NEC:  Rearranging the Deck Chairs ...?Lawrence Moss

●Challenges in Feeding the Infant With Short Gut Syndrome:

Edward Barksdale

●Newer Therapies for Survivors of Surgical NEC:

Brad Warner

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18

  • NEONATAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR: FORMAT: MEET THE EXPERTS
  • This workshop is intended to provide the opportunity for trainees and neonatologists exploring new horizons to discuss options and implications of various career paths in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.
  • Workshop Leaders: John Hartline and Marilyn Escobedo
  • CONCURRENT SKILLS WORKSHOPS
  • The participant will be able to attend 2 of 4 concurrent workshops that should have direct implications in improving patient care in their practice. The workshops are designed to be small enough for significant faculty-participant interaction.
  • A) Using Simulation to Keep the Team Sharp:   Participants will work with the newest generation of infant simulators to keep staff proficient in management of delivery room scenarios as well as acute decompensation scenarios.
  • Workshop Leaders: Lou Halamek, Dara Brodsky, Elizabeth Doherty
  • B) New Mechanical Ventilators: Is the Cadillac Really Better? The participant will learn of some features common to the new generation of mechanical ventilators for neonates to apply some of these new features to improve outcomes in their patients.
  • Workshop Leaders: Martin Keszler and William Walsh
  • C) Coding Workshop:FORMAT: AUDIENCE RESPONSE:Participants will learn that appropriate medical coding has become crucial as healthcare providers seek to assure compliance with official coding guidelines and will learn some of the most recent neonatal codes and application of specific CPT codes.
  • Workshop Leaders: Gilbert I. Martin and Richard Molteni
    • D) Introduction to Amplitude Integrated Electroencephalography (aEEG) and Near-Infra Red Spectroscopy (NIRS) for the Neonatologist: The participant will learn the value of amplitude integrated electroencephalographyand near-infra red spectroscopy and to develop proficiency. determination of EEG spectra and cerebral oxygenation.
  • Workshop Leaders: Adre duPlessis and Seetha Shankaran
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