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  1. I am a neonatologist working in a low-income country in a hospital with 6000 + births a year. The hospital also functions as the only neonatal referral center for a region that has 17,000 births a year. Due to being a public institution the mothers of our newborns are mostly from extremely low-income households thus we have high rates of congenital malformations and premature births with the corresponding elevated rates of morbidity and mortality. We are interested in implementing Point of Care Echocardiagram for monitoring pulmonary pressure, cardiac function and PAD as well as implementing Point of Care Ultrasound for pleural effusions, line placement, and to perform transfontanellar ultrasound. On of the cheaper options I found was the Butterfly IQ Ultrasound which connects to iphones and Ipads. While i have talked to other medical practitioners in other countries about their positives experiences in pediatric patients using the Butterfly IQ, I have not come across someone with experience using the Butterfly IQ in neonatal patients. I would welcome any feedback pertaining to this topic and welcome other affordable solutions of POCUS that can be used in the neonatal population.
  2. Several people contacted us after the webcast on Echocardiographic assessment of PDA (broadcasted Thursday 26th), and asked if it was possible to view it afterwards. The answer was first no... but Orphan-Europe, the company organizing the webcast, generously emailed a copy and allowed sharing here through the Vimeo-service. The webcast was presented by Dr Nim Subhedar, Consultant Neonatal Paediatrician NICU Liverpool Women’s Hospital. Enjoy!
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    Participate in an interactive webcast on the Echocardiographic Assessment of PDA Thursday 26th of November at 3pm CET The webcast is presented by Dr Nim Subhedar, Consultant Neonatal Paediatrician NICU Liverpool Women’s Hospital, and is organized by Orphan-Europe. Connection details Link: meet.republic-m.comGuest code: 57876FLYERA5.pdf
  4. We would like to high-light an interactive webcast on the Echocardiographic Assessment of PDA Thursday 26th of November at 3pm CET The webcast is presented by Dr Nim Subhedar, Consultant Neonatal Paediatrician NICU Liverpool Women’s Hospital, and is organized by Orphan-Europe. Connection details Link: meet.republic-m.comGuest code: 57876Find more details in our Calender: And here is a PDF to share within your networks: FLYERA5.pdf
  5. Professor Nick Evans at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia, emailed some good news about the education programs "Practical Ultrasound for the Neonatologist". The programs, one on echocardiography and one on brain ultrasound, is no longer distributed on CD-roms, but as digital downloads. Prices have also dropped to only 25 AUD (about 17 euro) + local taxes. The current downloadable programs are the same as anyone who bought the CDs since 2006 would have. Past CD customers are offered a digital license for free and anyone who downloads the programs in the near future before any upgrades are available will also get future upgrades for free. As before, the program currently only works on Windows but a Mac version might be offered in the future. The direct link to the on-line shop is https://practical-neonatal-ultrasound.selz.com/. As before, all profits go to support teaching and research in neonatal haemodynamics. The link to the department is http://www.slhd.nsw.gov.au/rpa/neonatal/default.html
  6. The use of inotropes is a matter of discussion, and the 99nicu Poll for May 2012 is about the use inotrope use in preterm infant. This poll is inspired by a topic at the Evidence-based neonatology (EBNEO) conference in Stockholm, June 2011. Dr Alan Groves lectured about the use of inotropes, in an excellent and thought-provoking way. You can see this lecture in the EBNEO web cast, as the first lecture on the 2nd conference day (4 June 2011) http://web22.abiliteam.com/ability/show/khcichp/abbott_ebneo/speed.asp A review article by Alan Groves is also promoted as the Leading article this month.
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