Selected Abstracts of the 1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2015); Budapest (Hungary); September 16-20, 2015; Session “Other”

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Selected Abstracts of the 1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2015); Budapest (Hungary); September 16-20, 2015

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Neonatology (ESN), European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI), with the local host of Hungarian Society of Perinatology and Obstetric Anesthesiology, Hungarian Society of Perinatology (MPT), supported by Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN), organizing secretariat MCA Scientific Events

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Artúr Beke (Hungarian Society), Morten Breindahl (ESN), Giuseppe Buonocore (UENPS), Pierre Gressens (ESPR), Silke Mader (EFCNI), Manuel Sánchez Luna (UENPS), Miklós Szabó (Hungarian Society of Perinatology), Luc Zimmermann (ESPR)

 

Session “Other”

ABS 1. TELEMEDICINE IN NEONATAL HOMECARE • K.G. Holm, A. Brodsgaard, G. Zachariassen, J. Clemensen

ABS 2. ACCEPTABILITY OF PARENT REPORT QUESTIONNAIRES FOR ROUTINE FOLLOW-UP IN LATE/MODERATELY PRETERM INFANTS • N. Armstrong, S. Johnson, E.M. Boyle

ABS 3. INTERNATIONAL CARE PRACTICES AROUND AN INFANT’S DEATH IN THE NICU; A SURVEY STUDY • C.M.C. van den Berg, K. Alferink, J.M. Latour, N. Valkenburg, M. van Dijk

ABS 4. ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION OVER TIME, IN MOTHERS OF VERY PRETERM BORN CHILDREN • M. Jeukens-Visser, M. Husson, D. Meijssen, M. Flierman, P. van Schie, K. Koldewijn, A. Wassenaer-van Leemhuis

ABS 5. LONGITUDINAL CHANGE OF HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE EXPERIENCED OVER TIME BY MOTHER WITH LATE PRETERM INFANT • L.Y. Tsai, S.C. Mu, Y.L. Chen, Y.L. Guo, P.C. Chen

ABS 6. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANXIETY LEVELS AND CLINICAL PRACTICE SKILLS AMONG STUDENTS OF PEDIATRIC NURSING LECTURE • A.S. Kurt, F.T. Arslan, S. Özkan, R. Çelen, D.A. Çakır

ABS 7. ACCURACY OF SMARTPHONES FOR REVIEWING TRANSMITTED IMAGES OF NEONATAL X-RAYS • T. Vasko, M. Westberg, J.A. Dawson, L.S. Owen, M. Thio, R. Bhatia, S. Donath, P.G. Davis

ABS 8. PERCEPTION OF NEONATAL SIMULATION AMONGST DIFFERENT PROFESSIONALS IN A LEVEL 3 NEONATAL UNIT: A 2-YEAR EXPERIENCE IN LUTON AND DUNSTABLE • D. Wari-Pepple, H. Doyle, S. Shanmugalingam, C. Chetcuti-Ganado

ABS 9. SUCCESS IN NEONATAL SKILLS & SCENARIO TEACHING IN NORTHERN IRELAND • C. Duncan, D. Leemon, D.L. Armstrong

ABS 10. STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING AT THE INAUGURAL NEONATAL CRANIAL ULTRASOUND WORKSHOP • M.V. Fortier, D.K.L. Chan, V.R. Baral

ABS 11. FIRST DAYS IN NICU – ARE GRADUATES WELL PREPARED FOR WORK? • P. Ostrogórska, K. Lorenc, A. Dziad, A. Suder, A. Kulig, I. Opach, A. Gniadek

ABS 12. A TWO SECOND VISUAL METRONOME IMPROVES CARDIAC COMPRESSIONS DURING NEWBORN RESUSCITATION SIMULATION • C. Henry, S. Coleman, E. Murphy, S. Tan, C. Tamakloe, P. Blanchfield, D. Sharkey

ABS 13. A NEW SURVEY IN NEONATAL RESUSCITATION IN SPAIN • M. Izquierdo, M. Iriondo, M. Thio

ABS 14. UMBILICAL ARTERY INSERTION IN NEWBORN INFANTS: ACCURACY OF 11 AVAILABLE FORMULAE TO GUIDE CATHETER TIP PLACEMENT • W.L. Lean, J.A. Dawson, C. Theda, P.G. Davis, M. Thio

ABS 15. THE INTEGRATION OF EFFECTIVE PERINATAL AND NEONATAL CARE IN KYRGYZSTAN • S. Abduvalieva, K. Uzakbaev, C. Rakhmanova, A. Askerov

ABS 16. NEONATAL VIDEOLARYNGOSCOPY AS A TEACHING AID – THE TRAINEES’ PERSPECTIVE • J.E. O’Shea, M. Thio, C.O.F. Kamlin, L. McGrory, C. Wong, M. Campbell, J. John, C. Roberts, C. Kuschel, P.G. Davis

ABS 17. STANDARDIZED PROCEDURAL SKILLS TRAINING WITH A DOCUMENTED LEARNING OUTCOME • K.J. Kyng, T. Skajaa, R. Kaa, S. Kerrn-Jespersen, K. Bennedsgaard, B. Høst, S. Rubak, T.B. Henriksen

ABS 18. ACCURACY OF METHODS TO ESTIMATE THE INSERTION LENGTH OF UMBILICAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN NEWBORN INFANTS • W.L. Lean, J.A. Dawson, C. Theda, P.G. Davis, M. Thio

ABS 19. OXYGEN SATURATION LEVELS IN PRETERM INFANTS IN DELIVERY ROOM • S. Uslu, U. Zubarioglu, S. Sozeri, A. Bulbul, M. Dursun, E. Turkoglu

ABS 20. PRE-HOSPITAL TRANSPORT OF THE NEWBORN: AN UNKNOWN ENTITY? • L. Perkins, J. Matthes, R. Lee

ABS 21. NEONATAL TRANSPORT IN CENTRAL REGION OF HUNGARY • A. Berenyi, A. Szell, M. Szilagyi Olahne, B. Bundzsity, F. Kohalmi, G. Kovacs, G. Liszkay, I. Kocsis, Zs. Somogyvari

ABS 22. ROUTINE MONITORING OF RESPIRATORY FUNCTION VARIABLES DURING INTER-HOSPITAL NEONATAL EMERGENCY TRANSPORT – A UK REGIONAL TRANSPORT SERVICE EXPERIENCE • P. Bhat, A. Dhar, C. Jones, S. Kent, R. Chaudhary, S. O’Hare, S. Broster, A. Curley

ABS 23. EXTERNAL CARDIAC PACING DURING NEONATAL TRANSFER – A CASE REPORT • K. Swamy, D. Batra, A. Leslie, L. Lee, B. Schoonakker, S. Wardle

ABS 24. NEONATAL TIME CRITICAL TRANSFERS IN THE UK: EXPERIENCE AFTER ONE YEAR OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION • F. Garrido, M. Márquez, I. Dady

ABS 25. TRANSPORT EXPERIENCE OF EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS BY THE ACUTE NEONATAL TRANSFER SERVICE FOR EAST OF ENGLAND UK • D. Wari-Pepple, S. Broster, S. Ohare

ABS 26. A CASE OF CONGENITAL TRACHEAL AGENESIS COMPLICATING INTER-HOSPITAL NEONATAL EMERGENCY TRANSFER • P. Bhat, B. Hennebry, N. Tan, S. Garnell, M. Fiske, S. O’Hare, W. Kelsall, S. Broster

ABS 27. IS ECHOGRAPHY USEFUL IN PEDIATRIC MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT? A 2 MONTHS PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE • A. Boet, G. Jourdain, P. Quentin, N. Gilmer, C. Peigne, J.L. Chabernaud, D. De Luca

ABS 28. ASSESSMENT OF THE TREATMENT OF RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN THE PREMATURES BELOW 32 WEEKS OF GESTATION TRANSFERRED VERSUS THE ONES BORN IN THE III LEVEL UNIT. EXPERIENCE FROM A REGIONAL CENTER IN ROMANIA • G. Zaharie, L. Blaga, M. Hasmasanu, V. Obada, T. Zaharie, T.L. Pop, M. Matyas

ABS 29. MEDICAL STAFF PERCEPTIONS OF THE COST OF CONSUMABLE ITEMS USED IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE • A.R. Geoghegan, S. Moore, C.P.F. O’Donnell

ABS 30. IMPLEMENTATION OF PULSE OXIMETRY SCREENING IN DETECTING CRITICAL CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES IN NEWBORNS. EXPERIENCE OF A TERTIARY NEONATAL CARE UNIT • I. Jańczewska, I. Domżalska-Popadiuk

ABS 31. EVOLUTION TRENDS AND SURGICAL APPROACH IN HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE OF PREGNANCY • G. Noditi, A. Gluhovschi, I. Enatescu, D. Anastasiu, D. Anastasiu, C. Dragomir, M. Craina

ABS 32. PULSE OXIMETRY SCREENING IN COMMUNITY MIDWIFERY: ACCEPTABILITY OF MOTHERS AND COMMUNITY MIDWIVES • I.C. Narayen, N.A. Blom, M.S. Bourgonje-Verhart, C. Kolster-Bijdevaate, F. Posthumus, A.A. Kaptein, A.B. te Pas

ABS 33. PERINATAL OUTCOME OF PREGNANCY WITHOUT ANTENATAL CARE • H. Orvos

ABS 34. DEVELOPMENT OF A TOOL TO CALCULATE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE COT AVAILABILITY • C. Peters

ABS 35. MONITORING HEART RATE IN PREMATURE INFANTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER BIRTH: PRELIMINARY RESULTS • S. Uslu, S. Sozeri, U. Zubarioglu, A. Bulbul, M. Dursun, E. Turkoglu

ABS 36. PROVIDING IMMEDIATE NEONATAL CARE AND RESUSCITATION AT BIRTH BESIDE THE WOMAN: PARENTS’ VIEWS, A QUALITATIVE STUDY • A. Sawyer, S. Ayers, S. Bertullies, M. Thomas, A.D. Weeks, C.W. Yoxall, L. Duley

ABS 37. TRANSITIONAL CARE ON THE POSTNATAL WARD – IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE? • C. Sullivan

ABS 38. MONITORING OF ANTENATAL STEROIDS, DELAYED CORD CLAMPING AND THERMOREGULATION (MASCoT) • S. Mohamed Cassim, L. Beattie, C. Granger, D. Anand

ABS 39. FEASIBILITY OF AN AGE-APPROPRIATE ADDITION TO A PREVENTIVE POST-DISCHARGE INTERVENTION FOR VERY PRETERM TODDLERS; A PILOT STUDY • M. Flierman, K. Koldewijn, D. Meijssen, A. van Wassenaer-Leemhuis, C. Aarnoudse-Moens, P. van Schie, M. Jeukens-Visser

ABS 40. NEONATAL HEARING SCREENING: RESULTS IN TBILISI, GEORGIA • T. Devdariani, S. Japaridze, Z. Kevanishvili

ABS 41. PROVIDING IMMEDIATE NEONATAL CARE AND RESUSCITATION AT BIRTH BESIDE THE WOMAN: CLINICIANS’ VIEWS, A QUALITATIVE STUDY • C.W. Yoxall, S. Ayers, A. Sawyer, S. Bertullies, M. Thomas, A.D. Weeks, L. Duley

ABS 42. MORTALITY AND SERIOUS MORBIDITY RATES IN OUTBORN COMPARED WITH INBORN 22-27 WEEKS’ GESTATION INFANTS: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY • R. Boland, P. Davis, J. Dawson, L. Doyle

ABS 43. WELLBEING VERSUS BLOOD TESTING IN NEWBORNS ≥ 35 WEEKS’ GESTATION WITH RISK FACTORS OF EARLY ONSET SEPSIS: A HOSPITAL-BASED STUDY • A. Al Omran, S. AL Abdi

ABS 44. DECREASE OF ADMISSION HYPOTHERMIA AMONG NEWBORNS IN NICU • A. Bystricka, J. Abu Asbeh, M. Qadir, K. Annadurai, J.M. Khan

ABS 45. LUNG ULTRASOUND TRAINING REDUCES RADIATION EXPOSURE IN NICU-ADMITTED PRETERM NEONATES • G. Escourrou, N. Yousef, A. Debray, C. Boussard, D. De Luca

ABS 46. POST-DISCHARGE NEONATAL FOLLOW-UP OF HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA BASED ON TRANSCUTANEOUS BILIRUBINOMETRY. RELIABILITY AND EFFICACY IN TERM AND NEAR-TERM INFANTS • A. Juster-Reicher, O. Flidel-Rimon, I. Vexler, I. Rozin, E.S. Shinwell

ABS 47. DECISION-MAKING FOR EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS: A SURVEY ABOUT THE ATTITUDES AND VALUES WITHIN A MULTI-CULTURAL SOCIETY • M. Hendriks, H.U. Bucher, S. Klein, R. Baumann-Hölzle, J.-C. Fauchère

ABS 48. EFFICACY OF SYSTEMIC FLUCONAZOLE PROPHYLAXIS IN REDUCTION OF SYSTEMIC CANDIDIASIS IN EXTREMELY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT (ELBW) INFANTS • V.S. Rajadurai, B. Sriram, P.C. Khoo, J.M. Manuel, P. Agarwal

ABS 49. DEVELOPING COLLABORATION BETWEEN STAFF AND PARENTS IN THE NICU AT HONVED KORHAZ, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY • Z. Boukydis, C. Nador, B. Schill, A. Lengyel

ABS 50. MACRO- AND MICROANALYSIS OF EARLY MOTHER-PRETERM INFANT INTERACTIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION • E. Kiepura, G. Kmita

ABS 51. ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION IN MOTHERS AND FATHERS OF A VERY PRETERM BORN CHILD AFTER HOSPITAL DISCHARGE • M. Jeukens-Visser, M. Husson, K. Koldewijn, A. Wassenaer-van Leemhuis, M. Flierman, D. Meijssen, P. van Schie

ABS 52. TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF SEX-SPECIFIC GONADAL DIFFERENTIATION INVOLVES COOPERATION BETWEEN WT1 AND GATA4 ON FOXL2 AND SOX9 EXPRESSION • C. Dame, L.J. Rudigier, H. Scholz, K.M. Kirschner

ABS 53. BACTERIOLOGICAL SAFETY IN TRANSPORT, A CONTINUOUS CHALLENGE • G. Jourdain, P. Quentin, V. Derouin, A. Boet, J.L. Chabernaud, D. De Luca

ABS 54. GUIDELINES FOR NEONATAL SURGERY IN ITALY: WORK IN PROGRESS • I. Bernardini, M. Chiavarini, S. Tesoro, L. Marchesini, D. Bologni, W. Orlandi, M. Pioppo

ABS 55. ADOPTION OF ASEPTIC NON TOUCH TECHNIQUE IN NORTHERN IRELAND’S NEONATAL UNITS • C. Anderson, M. Hogan, C. Carville, U. Toland

ABS 56. INFLUENCE OF THE THECHNIQUE OF URINE SAMPLING OF URINALYSIS RESULT AND CONTAMINATION RATE IN NEONATAL PERIOD • M. Štimac, D. Kardum, M. Sipl, S. Pušeljić, V. Milas

ABS 57. SCREENING FOR CONGENITAL CYTOMEGALOVIRUS (CMV) INFECTION - ARE WE GETTING IT RIGHT? • M. Parmar, S. Bhayat, P. Dobbs, A. Joshi, S. Parida, C.S. Narayanan, N. Merchant


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1st Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies; jENS 2015; Budapest; 2015; Session “Other”

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