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Program 6th November

08.00-09.00 ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Room Londres
Session 22 - Preeclampsia: screening, risk assessment and prevention
Chairpersons: Juan Luis Delgado and Ignacio Herraiz
O-0170 - O-0178

Room Paris
Session 23 - Infection and inflammation in the perinatal period
Chairpersons: Montse Palacio and Federico Migliorelli
O-0179 - O-0186

Room Madrid
Session 24 - Cesarean delivery: perinatal consequences and long-term prognosis // Oxygen and Preterm infant
Chairpersons: Ana Bianchi and Segundo Rite Gracia
O-0187; O-0189 - O-0194

Room Roma
Session 25 - Congenital Heart Disease Screening // Mechanisms for preterm labor and fetal injury
Chairpersons: José L. Bartha and Constancio Medrano
O-0085; O-0086; O-0196; O-0197; O-0199 - O-0202

Room La Habana
Session 26 - Mechanisms for preterm labor and fetal injury
Chairpersons: Elisa Llurba and Alberto Puertas
O-0203 - O-0210

Room Caracas
Session 27 - Translational research in perinatology // Twins
Chairpersons: Elena Carreras and Magdalena Sanz-Cortes
O-0211 - O-0218

Room La Paz
Session 28 - Translational research in perinatology // Twins
Chairpersons: Alfredo Perales and Javier Mancilla
O-0219 - O-0226

Room Montevideo
Session 29 - Translational research in perinatology // Maternal nutrition
Chairpersons: Jorge Eliseo Blanco and Isabel Izquierdo
O-0227 - O-0229; O-0231 - O-0234; O-0241

Room Bratislava
Session 30 - Intra-uterine growth restriction: diagnosis, intra-uterine monitoring, timing of the delivery, and long-term follow-up // Neonatal nutrition and probiotics
Chairpersons: Miguel Sáenz de Pipaón and Nuria Baños
O-0235 - O-0240; O-0242

Room Varsovia
Session 31 - Miscellaneous
Chairpersons: Enrique García Marqués and Marcos Cuerva
O-0244 - O-0251

Room Praga
Session 32 - Miscellaneous
Chairpersons: Ester Sanz and Francisca Molina
O-0252 - O-0258; O-0277; O-0278

Room Estocolmo
Session 33 - Miscellaneous
Chairpersons: Concepción del Alba and Cristina Casanova
O-0230; O-0260 - O-0266

Room Oslo
Session 34 - Miscellaneous
Chairpersons: Laura Sánchez and Eugenia Antolin
O-0267 - O-0275
09.00-10.30 Auditorium
PLENARY SESSION
Chorioamnionitis and neonatal sepsis

Chairpersons: Christian Speer (Germany) and José Luis Bartha (Spain)
  1. Chorioamnionitis: issues in diagnosis, microbiology and treatment. Roberto Romero (USA)
  2. Rapid diagnosis of neonatal sepsis using molecular techniques. Octavio Ramilo (USA)
  3. Fetal inflammatory response and possible consequences for the very immature preterm infant. Christian Speer (Germany)
10.30-11.30 Auditorium
SPECIAL LECTURE
Chairpersons: Ivica Zalud (USA) and Manuel Sánchez-Luna (Spain)
  1. The prediction and prevention of preterm birth. Gian Carlo Di Renzo (Italy)
  2. The Survival Miracle of Very Low Birth Weight Infants. Avroy Fanaroff (USA)
11.30-12.00 WCPM SPACE
COFFEE BREAK AND E-POSTER VIEWING


AWARDS BEST ORAL & POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Chairperson: Manuel Sánchez-Luna, Alberto Galindo, Paolo Manzoni and Juan Luis Delgado
12.00-13.30 Auditorium
PARALLEL OBSTETRICS
Preterm Premature Ruptured of Membranes

Chairpersons: Luis Ortiz Quintana (Spain) and Luis Mendes Da Graça (Portugal)
  1. The diagnosis of preterm and term PROM using biochemical markers. Gian Carlo Di Renzo (Italy)
  2. The diagnosis of intra-amniotic infection/inflammation in preterm PROM using new rapid tests. Maria Teresa Gervasi (Italy)
  3. Issues in the management of preterm PROM (steroids, neuro protection and monitoring to time delivery). Montse Palacio (Spain)
  4. New developments on the use of antibiotics in patients in preterm PROM. Bo Hyun Yoon (South Korea)
12.00-13.30 Room Londres
INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM
Innovations in NICU - Sponsored by Philips
Chairperson: Jacqueline Gubbioli Bellocq (Spain)
  1. Silent NICU. Ana Riverola (Spain)
  2. An innovative, non-invasive way to identify hyperbilirubinemia. Daniele de Luca (France)
  3. Creating cultural change towards embracing Developmental Care. Ngozi Edi-Osagie (UK)
12.00-13.30 Room París
PARALLEL NEONATAL
Congenital Heart Diseases, the global approach

Chairpersons: Gerard R Martin (USA) and Juan Miguel Gil-Jaurena (Spain)
  1. Universal prenatal detection of critical congenital heart disease: is it a realistic goal?. Alberto Galindo (Spain)
  2. The High Risk Fetus with CCHD and Planning for Delivery. Gerard R Martin (USA)
  3. Neonatal cardiac care to all : from centers of excellence to international cooperation. Constancio Medrano (Spain)
  4. The parents view. María Escudero (Spain)
12.00-13.30 Room Madrid
PARALLEL SESSION
Emerging procedures to return to natural birth

Chairperson: Ariel Karolinsky (Argentina)
  1. Screening value of the pre-delivery placenta. Ana Bianchi (Uruguay)
  2. New technical skills and professional techniques for the decision of vaginal childbirth. Dalton Avila (Ecuador)
  3. Intrapartum ultrasound evaluation  as an important tool to decrease fetal  morbidity. Catalina Valencia (Colombia)
  4. Normal physiological management of the delivery labor. Ricardo Fescina (Uruguay)
  5. Low risk pregnancy and delivery. Fact or Fiction. Samuel Karchmer (México)
Organized by FLAMP: Latin American Federation of Perinatal Medicine Associations. (Parallel session in Spanish)
12.00-13.30 Room Roma
PARALLEL SESSION

Pretern delivery at the limits of viability - El prematuro al límite de la viabilidad

Chairpersons:
Ángel Aguarón de la Cruz (Spain) and Eduardo Domenech (Spain)
Moderators:
Francesc Botet (Spain) and Juan Luis Delgado (Spain)

Prenatal (Maduración pulmonar…). Federico Migliorelli (Spain)
Intranatal (Cesárea o no, momento del parto, …). Juan Luis Delgado (Spain)
Postnatal (Reanimación en partos, LET, soporte cardiorrespiratorio,..). Enrique Salguero (Spain)
Evolución. Supervivencia y secuelas. Fermín García-Muñoz (Spain)

Organized by SENeo-SEMEPE (Spanish National Societies of Perinatology, Neonatology and Obstetrics) (Session in Spanish)
12.00-13.30 Room La Habana
PARALLEL NEONATAL
SIBEN’s Actions to improve newborn health in Latin America: How can I become involved?

Ongoing research and educational efforts:
Chairperson: Augusto Sola (USA)
  1. SIBEN' s score in the Delivery room and hypothermia. José María Perez (Brasil)
  2. Pulmonary hypertension. Sergio Golombek (USA)
  3. High risk follow up data base. Monica Morgues (Chile)
  4. Innovative nursing care and leadership. María Teresa Montes Bueno (Spain)
  5. Challenges with multicultural families. Susana Rodriguez (Argentina)
Organized by SIBEN (Sociedad Iberoamericana de Neonatología)
13.30-15.00 Auditorium
PLENARY SESSION
President’s session

Chairpersons: Aris Antsaklis (Greece) and Manuel Carrapato (Portugal)
  1. The evolution of perinatal medicine. Erich Saling (Germany)
  2. Planned home birth in the developed world: A Challenge to Perinatal Medicine. Frank Chervenak (USA)
  3. In-home care of the early discharged preterm newborn: strengthening ties between parents and children. Xavier Carbonell-Estrany (Spain)
15.00-15.30

Auditorium
TRIBUTE TO PROF. DR. ROBERTO CALDEYRO BARCIA

Moderator: Dra Marianela Rodriguez (Uruguay)
Samuel Karchmer
(Academic Influence and projection of FLAMP)
Ricardo Fescina (by academic alumnus)
Jose Maria Carrera
(by academical friends of Prof Dr. Roberto Caldeyro Barcia)
Roberto Romero
(by the Authors of the Fetal Wellbeing homeage book)
Dalton Avila
(by the Editors of the Fetal Wellbeing homage book)
Acknowledgement: Ana Bianchi
(Alvarez and Caldeyro  Foundation)

Organized by FLAMP (Latin American Federation of Associations of Perinatal Medicine)
15.30-15.45 Auditorium
CLOSING CEREMONY

18.00-19.30 Room Madrid
ELEVENTH MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PERINATAL MEDICINE
Attendance: Members of IAPM and delegates of WAPM (free entrance).
Dress: formal

Presidency:
Erich Saling (President of IAPM)
Josep M. Carrera (Secretary General of IAPM)


Moderator: Bernat Serra (Spain)

Topic: The future challenges in Perinatal Medicine:
  1. The future challenges in Fetal Medicine. Eduard Gratacós (Spain)
  2. The future of Cesarean Section. Aris Antsaklis (Greece)
  3. The crucial role of perinatologists in the prevention of Non Common Diseases (NCDs). Luis Cabero (Spain)
  4. Academics of IAPM: Requeired values. José M. Carrera (Spain)

All sessions will be in English (except for those where otherwise indicated). Simultaneous translation will be provided English to Spanish.
Meeting rooms have limited seating capacity and is first come first serve.