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    First Online Conference of Neonatal Therapy in September 2020 which includes training, scientific presentation and certification. Don't miss the golden opportunity. https://www.neonataltherapy.org/
  2. POCUSNEO Canada is pleased to announce the first e-workshops in advanced hemodynamics starting from 1️⃣5️⃣ August 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ https://pocusneo.org/e-workshops/ https://pocusneo.org/e-conferences/ Yasser Elsayed (University of Manitoba) Muzafar Gani (McMaster University) Emailing E-conference Flyer final R.pdf
  3. After developing a community of over 23000 people unfortunately I had to close my Facebook site due to concerns over a hack. Not to worry as I have created a new independent site to share information daily in Neonatology. I look forward to building an audience at this site and working to continue the dialogue I have come to enjoy with all the followers. I look forward to seeing you there! The New Site is at: https://www.facebook.com/allthingsneonatal2
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    NEOANT2020 2nd Annual National Conference Theme "Integrating Trauma Informed Practice in NICU" Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces, Association of Neonatal Therapists (ANT) is dedicated to making a lasting impact through our programs. While our efforts are driven by our organization’s singular focus, we spread a wide net by investing in a variety of progressive strategies. Time & Location 14 Mar, 8:00 am IST – 15 Mar, 6:00 pm IST; Surya Hospital, Mumbai, Santacruz, Mumbai About the Event Chief Gu
  5. Neonatal Hemodynamics: From Developmental Physiology to Comprehensive Monitoring https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fped.2018.00087/full?
  6. Caffeine seems to be good for preterm infants. We know that it reduces the frequency of apnea in the this population and moreover facilitates weaning off the ventilator in a shorter time frame than if one never received it at all. The earlier you give it also seems to make a difference as shown in the Cochrane review on prophylactic caffeine. When given in such a fashion the chances of successful extubation increase. Less time on the ventilator not surprisingly leads to less chronic lung disease which is also a good thing. I have written about caffeine more than once though so why is
  7. This is a title that I hope caught your eye. In the nearly twenty years I have been in the field of Pediatrics the topic of parking being a barrier to parental visitation has come up again and again. A few years ago the concern about the cost of parking was so great that I was asked if I could find a pool of donors to purchase parking passes to offset the burden to the family. The theory of course is based on the idea that if parking were free in the NICU parents would visit more. If parents visit more they will be more involved in the care of their baby, more likely to breastfeed and with
  8. I had a chance recently to drive a Tesla Model S with autopilot. Taking the car out on a fairly deserted road near my home I flicked the lever twice to activate the autopilot feature and put my hands behind my head while the vehicle took me where I wanted to go. As I cruised down the road with the wheel automatically turning with the curves in the road and the car speeding up or slowing down based on traffic and speed limit notices I couldn’t help but think of how such technology could be applied to medicine. How far away could the self driving ventilator or CPAP device be from development?
  9. Each day the number of people following these sites grows and at the time of this post, the largest following on Facebook has over 8200 people who receive the feed on a daily basis. That is nothing short of remarkable and I hope that each of you gets something out of my writings and postings. I recognise that each post may not “light it up” in your mind but if you get at least a few “a ha” moments along the way then I am very happy that you have found these sites! What This Is Not! As I begin hinting at money, many of you may be thinking “here we go”, he is finally asking for s
  10. Review Journal on perinatal topics
  11. Now that I have caught your attention it is only fair that I explain what I mean by such an absurd title. If you work with preterm infants, you have dealt with apnea of prematurity. If you have, then you also have had to manage such infants who seemingly are resistant to everything other than being ventilated. We have all seen them. Due to increasing events someone gives a load of methylxanthine and then starts maintenance. After a couple days a miniload is given and the dose increased with the cycle repeating itself until nCPAP or some other non-invasive modality is started. Finally, af
  12. I have been at this writing thing for almost a year and as I was approaching the end of 2015 my thoughts turned to asking myself what I have learned. There have been so many posts, in fact so many between the blog and Facebook posts that I have truly lost count. Having said that the posts have generally fallen into two dominant categories; those promoting a therapy or diagnostic tool and those suggesting that we should avoid certain practices. If I had to have one wish though it would be that we could improve upon our diagnostic accuracy when it comes to treating suspected infections in
  13. As anyone who has been reading this blog knows, I have an affinity for anything that is non-invasive and improves the care of newborns. Add to this my interest in Neonatal Abstinence (which has been the focus of other pieces such as Long term cognitive deficits in infants exposed to in-utero opioids and polysubstance use. In a rare finding, girls may have worse outcomes.) and a recent report of laser acupuncture for adjuvant treatment of neonatal abstinence syndrome would have to pique my interest. In 2014 a case report entitled Laser acupuncture as an adjuvant therapy for a neonate with ne
  14. Port said neonatology society will launch its Fifth neonatology conference, at the 23rd -24th of October 2014, Al Fayrouz resort, Port said. Sessions will start at 5.30 pm Thursday 23rd & Friday the 24th at 10 am & 5.30 pm. There will be a preconference NRP doctors' workshop at the 22nd 23rd of October, another workshop about neonatal echocardiography will be held at Friday 24th . Attending the conference sessions is free but for accommodation at Al Fayrouz resort, a sponsoring company is needed. Registration is needed to attend conference sessions by sending personal data (name,
  15. According to the current report by WHO still death rate for babies are high due to improper resuscitation. There are lot of reasons like lacking of proper knowledge or inexperience which leads to the cause. So have look on these best e-books which are recommended by worldwide pediatricians which one can get information during practice also. Pediatric eBooks
  16. can anyone tell me about their experience with dragger evita 2 dura with neoflow ventilator for preterm and term neonate, its pro & cons .
  17. Our first conference is to be held in Portsaid Egypt, at the 21 st - 23 rd of October 2010, it's a conjoint effort from Portsaid NICU workers to help raise the quality of life for our neonates. The title will be Perinatal medicine, so obstetricians will participate also in this conference in our charming city of Portsaid on Suez Canal, hope you share this acitivity with us M Osama Hussein El Nasr NICU Portsaid
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