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  1. As time goes by, I find myself gravitating to reviews of Canadian research more and more. We have a lot of great research happening in this country of ours and especially when I see an author or two I know personally I find it compelling to review such papers. Today is one of those days as the lead author for a paper is my colleague Dr. Louis here in Winnipeg. Let me put his mind at ease in case he reads this by saying that what follows is not a skewering of the paper he just published using Canadian Neonatal Network data (CNN). Over the last twenty years that I have had the privilege of w
  2. There may be nothing that is harder in medicine. We are trained to respond to changes in patients condition with a response that more often than not suggests a new treatment or change in management. Sometimes the best thing for the patient is in fact to do nothing or at least resist a dramatic response to the issue in front of you. This may be the most common issue facing the new trainee who is undoubtedly biased towards doing something. Take for instance the situation in which the trainee who is new to the service finding out that their 26 week infant has a PDA. Their mind races as they
  3. 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
  5. Finally, the first 99nicu Journal Club is scheduled, on Tuesday the 24th of November, 5 PM (GMT). The JC will be held in the Chat room on 99nicu.org. To attend, you need to log in with your membership credentials (username/password), and then you find the "Chat" in the navigation menu above. Our current software license enables up to 20 people to attend, so there is a risk that some may not get in. If the discussions will be attracting lots of people, we could upgrade the license to allow more people in the Chat room (although that means
  6. 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
  7. Just learned from the EvidenceUpdates- service that the Cochrane review on Ibuprofen for the treatment of patent ductus arteriosus has been updated. No sensational news really... Here the URL to EvidenceUpdates: http://plus.mcmaster.ca/EvidenceUpdates/NewArticles.aspx?Page=1&ArticleID=62564 And here the URL to Cochrane: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD003481.pub6/abstract
  8. There is a very good lecture available as a web cast: professor Nick Evans and "Diagnosis and treatment of PDA - important clinical implications" The company Orphan-europe provides the web cast: you may need to register at http://www.pda-solutions.eu/ (but... I could also connect directly using the link: http://www.orphan-webcast.com/viewer/?presentation=64 )
  9. I guess you may already have read about the paper in Nature Medicine showing that trombocytes contribute to duct closure. A "Research News" note is posted here! Nice paper, not often neonatal research finds its way into a Nature journal! Biologically plausible. Would be interesting to think about how this could be studied in clinical settings? Interventions?
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