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What do YOU want for the next 99nicu Meetup (Vienna; April 2018)?

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Although we have not yet nailed the venue or date for the next 99nicu Meetup (April 2018, in Vienna!), we want to start to crowdsource the program :)

In short, we are searching for topics YOU want to see in the program! No matter how controversial, evidence-based, or big or small, we want your input on topics that help you perform better in the NICU, thereby improving long-term outcomes infants you care for.

Also share your dream team of speakers from any corner of the world, who are dedicated, engaging and know how to convey take-home messages! Of note, we are not only looking for superstars. We also want to offer the 99nicu Meetup stage for raising stars. Maybe YOU should come and give a talk :)

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Hello, there
Can the CRP test be the basis for diagnosis ?
Knowing that the CDP is manifested in any harsh intercourse, is it possible to be used as a marker for a newborn infection?
What is the standard procedure in the presence of high CRP without clinical picture and with negative results from microbiology and hemocultures.
Is it true that in any surgical intervention, the CRP level rises between 6 and 12 hours and then falls within the normal range within 2-3 days?
 

Translation from Bulgarian BORISA-EDREVA.docx

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I must agree wholeheartedly with Francesco!

Increasingly we must consider sedation/analgesia for 1) procedures 2) bedside OR and 3) chronic respiratory failure requiring long term intubation/tracheostomy

Ultrasound in the form of targeted neonatal echo as well as for vascular access.  I suspect an adjunctive workshop on US guided access and/or targeted echo would be well attended

Genetic testing is changing rapidly, but at different paces in different economies.  It would be helpful to discuss what the actual evidence base for different testing is as well as having a frank discussion about the costs involved

As a US-based practitioner, I would also appreciate the most up to date information on LISA (especially if there was time on a simulator to become comfortable with procedure).  Catheter based surfactant is not widely used in the USA, but surely that will change in the near future.

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@bimalc we had a LISA-like lecture this year but we may find a way with another perspective. Great talk by Kajsa Bohlin below BTW, you find it as the final lecture here: https://99nicu.org/meetup2017/

I think we should also have a session on ethics, would be fantastic to have Annie Janvier and/or Dominic Wilkinson to speak about the grey zone of viability. BTW, you can listen to Janvier in the ADC podcast.

 

 

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Pain control in preterms. Umbilical cord milking.  Management of seizures during cooling and rewarming.  Targeted ECHO and Ultrasound for neonatologists. Decision making in case of ELGAN ( how to help parents decide their baby`s management pathway). Methods for breaking hard news to parents about their baby or in an antenatal consultation.  Including families in NICU rounds and care of their infant. Latest updates on modes of ventilation.

Effective with time and effort efficient policy for daily rounds (How to make it successful for the patients, their parents, and medical staff).

 

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I would like to hear about "Evidence of evidence in NICU treatment and management" where are we heading, limited evidence for most of the NICU disease, all based on opinion based still in this century.

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22 minutes ago, Pototo said:

 I would like to hear about  PEEP limits in CPAPn . Does people realy us 8-10 cmH2O en CPAPn for  SDR???

 

Interesting topic indeed - unfortunately we will not be able to squeeze it in this upcoming meetup, but maybe the next?

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@Hamed I think the program is full now but if we can get a fellow to submit a lecture for the Young Lecturer Session that would be great. Please share ´in your networks if you think you know a candidate for such a mission: https://99nicu.org/meetup/young-lecturer-sessions/

BTW, while at EBNEO in India (#ebneo2017 tweets here), I heard Barbara Schmidt lecture on caffeine and she is just such a fantastic speaker. She spoke mostly about the story behind the CAP trial (that we all rely on now for caffeine) and all results from birth to their latest followup paper in JAMA (click to read). I can promise that we will have her on the invitation list for next-next meeting 2019 :)

 

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We have now published the program and opened the registration here: https://99nicu.org/meetup/program/

Will send out an email to all.

Looking forward to meet some of you there!

If you have any fellows wanting to be part of the Young Lecturer Session - please ask them to look here: https://99nicu.org/meetup/young-lecturer-sessions/

 

 

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