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    • Stefan Johansson
      During the last few weeks, we have had some very interesting discussions in the Virtual NICU, about an infant with 22q11 syndrome, about one infant with osteogenesis imperfecta, and one infant with a yet undiagnosed congenital syndrome.
      The Virtual NICU can only be accessed when you are logged in, i.e. you can only read and post in that section if you have logged in with your username and password. Further, unless you are logged in, the content in the Virtual NICU won't be displayed in the Activity Feed on our landing page. I add two screen shots below, as an illustration what the feed looks like as not logged in and as logged in.
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    • Almost all lectures on the 99nicu Meetup were videorecorded and will be made available on Youtube.
      Over the summer, we will be adding lectures on the Meetup page (https://99nicu.org/meetup2017/). 
      Right now you can see David Sweet lecturing about RDS management and Rebeccah Slater lecturing about pain in preterm infants, but more will come...

    • The latest admission to the Virtual NICU is resolved, the infant has a 22q11 deletion syndrome.
      Warm regards to everyone adding input into this tricky case and special thanks to @Jose Ramon Fernandez who suggested the diagnosis, confirmed by genetic testing.
      As the Virtual NICU is a closed members-only area for 99nicu, you need to be logged in to read and add input in discussion.
      Please find the URL below (if logged in you can just click on it, otherwise you need to log in first) 
       

    • Both I and @Francesco Cardona are back to regular NICU work after the few intensive weeks of conference work before, during and after the 99nicu Meetup.
      First of all, we would like to thank everyone - delegates, speakers and partners - for coming and contributing to great event!
      The feedback was very good and we feel committed to repeat the Meetup in 2018. In short, we are planning a 99nicu Meetup in April, in Vienna, and hope to make a first announcement in September.
      We are also working to get the recorded lectures on Youtube, this should be done by the end of this week.
      If you would like to see a few more photos of the event, check out the Meetup Gallery below
       

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