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

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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 “Pulmonology”

ABS 1. URINE NEUTROPHIL GELATINASE-ASSOCIATED LIPOCALIN AS A MARKER OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA AND RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY IN PRETERM NEONATES • H. Ergin, T. Atilgan, M. Dogan, O.M.A. Ozdemir, C. Yenisey

ABS 2. LUNG COMPLIANCE AND LUNG ULTRASOUND DURING POSTNATAL ADAPTATION IN HEALTHY NEWBORN INFANTS • L. Süvari, L. Martelius, C. Janér, A. Kaskinen, O. Pitkänen, T. Kirjavainen, O. Helve, S. Andersson

ABS 3. PRE-DISCHARGE RESPIRATORY OUTCOMES IN SMALL-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE AND APPROPRIATE-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE VERY PRETERM INFANTS • A. Matic, A. Ristivojevic

ABS 4. THE EFFECT OF CHANGING OXYGEN SATURATION TARGET RANGE ON COMPLIANCE IN OXYGEN SATURATION TARGETING IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • H.A. van Zanten, S. Pauws, E.C.H. Beks, B.J. Stenson, E. Lopriore, A.B. te Pas

ABS 5. BINASAL PRONG VERSUS NASAL MASK FOR APPLYING CPAP TO PRETERM INFANTS: RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL • B. Say, G. Kanmaz, S.S. Oguz

ABS 6. TRAINING AND RAISING AWARENESS IMPROVES COMPLIANCE IN OXYGEN SATURATION TARGETING IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • H.A. van Zanten, S. Pauws, E.C.H. Beks, B.J. Stenson, E. Lopriore, A.B. te Pas

ABS 7. CORRELATION AND INTERCHANGEABILITY OF VENOUS AND CAPILLARY BLOOD GASES FOR MONITORING GAS EXCHANGE IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • R. Tan, S. Pauws, M van Biemen, E. Lopriore, A. te Pas

ABS 8. ALTERATION OF TONIC GABAERGIC INHIBITION ON CONTROL OF BREATHING IN 12 DAYS OLD RATS CHRONICALLY TREATED WITH CAFFEINE • N. Uppari, V. Joseph, A. Bairam

ABS 9. DIAPHRAGMATIC FUNCTION BEFORE AND AFTER APPLICATION OF EXTERNAL INSPIRATORY LOADING IN PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS • G. Dimitriou, S. Fouzas, A. Vervenioti, P. Pelekouda

ABS 10. PROGESTERONE DECREASES VENTILATION AND ENHANCES APNEA IN DEVELOPING RATS CHRONICALLY TREATED WITH CAFFEINE • N. Uppari, V. Joseph, A. Bairam

ABS 11. A RANDOMISED FEASIBILITY TRIAL AND IN-VITRO PERFORMANCE OF A NEW SYSTEM FOR RESPIRATORY SUPPORT DURING INITIAL STABILISATION OF PRETERM INFANTS • S. Donaldsson, T. Drevhammar, L. Taittonen, S. Klemming, B. Jonsson

ABS 12. USE OF A RESUSCITATION TRAINING APP SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVES HEART RATE ASSESSMENT DURING NEWBORN SIMULATION • S. Coleman, C. Henry, E. Murphy, P. Blanchfield, M. Ismat, P. Okhiria, C. Tamakloe, D. Sharkey

ABS 13. DOES THE BAG-VALVE-MASK VENTILATION TECHNIQUE (2-FINGER VS. 5-FINGER-TECHNIQUE) OR THE GLOVE SIZE OF HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AFFECT TIDAL VOLUME DURING SIMULATED NEONATAL RESUSCITATION? • H. Kilbertus, B. Urlesberger, B. Schwaberger

ABS 14. ACCURACY OF CURRENT AVAILABLE NEONATAL RESPIRATORY FUNCTION MONITORS DURING NEONATAL RESUSCITATION • C. Verbeek, H.A. van Zanten, J.J. van Vonderen, E.W. van Zwet, S.B. Hooper, A.B. te Pas

ABS 15. OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY TO ASSIST VENTILATION OF PRETERM INFANTS IN THE DELIVERY ROOM • C. Kamlin, G. Schmoelzer, J. Dawson, L. McGrory, J O’Shea, P. Davis

ABS 16. RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY OF PRETERM INFANTS WITH AND WITHOUT BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA, AFTER DISCHARGE, IN THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF LIFE • E. Mulder, M. Rijken, L. de Smet, E. Lopriore, A. te Pas

ABS 17. 10 YEAR OUTCOMES OF CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT • D. Fouad, S. Mulla, D. Sava, M. Kulkarni, R. Roy

ABS 18. RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY AFTER NICU DISCHARGE OF PRETERM BABIES WITH CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE • C. McKnight, S. Somisetty

ABS 19. A RANDOMISED CLINICAL TRIAL: ORAL VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENTATION FOR PREVENTING BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • E. Calisici, E. Yarci, S.S. Oguz, N. Uras, U.  Dilmen

ABS 20. CLINICAL COURSE AND PROGNOSIS AT ONE YEAR OF CORRECTED AGE OF A 6,135 COLOMBIAN LOW BIRTH WEIGHT (LBW) INFANTS COHORT DISCHARGED HOME IN KANGAROO POSITION WITH AMBULATORY OXYGEN: A 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE • E. Rodriguez, A. Montealegre, L. Rosero, N. Charpak, S. Fernandez, A. Parra

ABS 21. BRONCHODILATOR RESPONSE TO SALBUTAMOL MODIFIES LUNG VENTILATION PATTERN IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH BPD, BUT NOT IN PRESCHOOL EX-PREMATURELY BORN CHILDREN WITHOUT BPD • W. Durlak, M. Klimek, A. Sudoł, P. Kwinta

ABS 22. OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN PREMATURE INFANTS EVALUATING THE ROLE OF U. UREALYTICUM ON CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE • A. Olariu, H. Gowda

ABS 23. THE ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSE OF PRETERM NEWBORNS WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS • M. Matyas, L. Blaga, G. Zaharie

ABS 24. URINARY N-TERMINAL PRO-B TYPE NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE PREDICTS MODERATE OR SEVERE BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN PRETERM INFANTS • C. Czernik, S. Hartenstein, B. Metze, C. Bührer

ABS 25. LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF CLUB CELL SECRETORY PROTEIN (CC16) IN GASTRIC FLUID AT BIRTH IS ASSOCIATED WITH LUNG INFLAMMATION AND MORE SEVERE LUNG DISEASE IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • C. Hagman, L. Björklund, E. Tufvesson, I. Hansen Pupp

ABS 26. LOCAL INFLAMMATORY REACTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS WHO REQUIRED MECHANICAL VENTILATION SHORTLY AFTER BIRTH • O. Borysiuk, D. Dobryanskyy, Y. Kuzminov

ABS 27. ANIMAL MODEL FOR THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA • M. Tolnai, Zs. Helyes, T. Ertl, P. Kiss

ABS 28.OPTIMISING ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE (ETT)  LENGTH IN NEONATES: PRE-CUT STRATEGY OR UNCUT STRATEGY? • K. Swamy, C. Smith, A. Wynn-Davies, N. Singh

ABS 29. ACCURACY OF TRANSCUTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF CO2 IN NEONATES • G. Magyarová, M. Kovácsová, E. Radvanská, H. Koňošová

ABS 30. NASAL INTERMITTENT POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION VERSUS BI-LEVEL NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE FOLLOWING EXTUBATION IN INFANTS < 1,250 G BIRTHWEIGHT: PRELIMINARY REPORT • N. Okur, M. Buyuktiryaki, F.N. Sari, E. Dizdar, N. Uras, F. Canpolat, S.S. Oguz

ABS 31. TRENDS IN NEONATAL RESPIRATORY SUPPORT IN THE AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND NEONATAL NETWORK (ANZNN) 2009-2012 • C. Roberts, B. Manley, L. Owen, P. Davis, for the ANZNN

ABS 32. WEANING OF NASAL CPAP IN SCANDINAVIA • H. Bergseng, M. Elden, I.S. Hjort, R. Stoen

ABS 33. A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL COMPARING HUMIDIFIED HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA VERSUS NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE AS RESPIRATORY SUPPORTS AFTER EXTUBATION IN PRETERM INFANTS • E.H. Lee, J. Shin, Y.S. Kim, B.M. Choi

ABS 34. LEAKAGE DURING NONINVASIVE HIGH FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION IMPROVES CARBON DIOXIDE CLEARANCE IN A NEONATAL LUNG MODEL • D. Klotz, D. Stavropoulou, C. Schäfer, R. Hentschel, S. Schumann, H. Fuchs

ABS 35. HIGH FLOW SUPPORT IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS WITHIN THE AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND NEONATAL NETWORK (ANZNN) 2009-2012 • C. Roberts, L. Owen, B. Manley, P. Davis, for the ANZNN

ABS 36. IMPACT OF NASAL PRONG RESISTANCE ON PRESSURE DELIVERY DURING NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION WITH FIXED AND VARIABLE FLOW USING A PNEUMATIC LUNG MODEL • A. Maturana, F. Cavigioli, A. Aliverti, C. Mendez, G. Lista

ABS 37. COMPARISON OF EXTUBATION FAILURE IN NIV-NAVA AND nCPAP FOR PRETERM INFANTS • B.K. Lee, H.-R. Kim, Y.H. Jung, S.H. Shin, C.W. Choi, E.-K. Kim, H.-S. Kim,  B.I. Kim, J.-H. Choi

ABS 38. A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF LOW FLOW OXYGEN VERSUS NASAL CPAP IN PRETERM INFANTS • C. Heiring, J. Steensberg, M. Bjerager, G. Greisen

ABS 39. SHEDDING LIGHT ON PRETERM IMMUNITY • J.C. Lao, F. Beker, K. König, E. Noble, G. Walsh, A. Malhotra, K. Tan, G. Woodhead, C.A. Nold-Petry, M.F. Nold

ABS 40. PRENATAL THERAPY IMPROVES THE SURVIVAL OF PREMATURE INFANTS WITH CONGENITAL CHYLOTHORAX • C.J. Lee, P.N. Tsao, C.Y. Chen, W.S. Hsieh, H.C. Chou

ABS 41. REFERENCE RANGES OF LAMELLAR BODY COUNTS ON GASTRIC ASPIRATE IN HEALTHY TERM NEWBORNS • S. Arayici, G. Kadioglu Simsek, B. Say, N. Uras, M.Y. Oncel, E. Alyamac Dizdar, U. Buyukkagnici, S. Karahan, F.E. Canpolat, S.S. Oguz

ABS 42. CORD BLOOD PENTRAXIN-3 LEVELS IN RESPIRATORY DISORDERS OF THE NEWBORN • M.O. Arslanoglu, E.C. Dinleyici, N. Tekin, T. Barsan Kaya, O. Aydemir, M.A. Aksit

ABS 43. EVALUATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTATION OF THE LUNG TO POSTNATAL LIFE BY LUNG ULTRASOUND • M. Federici, M.G. Pattumelli, F. Feleppa, C. Gizzi, L. Massenzi, A.M. Giua, S. Sinibaldi, M. Massoud, P.V. Federici

ABS 44. NON-INVASIVE MONITORING OF OXYGEN IN THE LUNGS OF NEWBORN INFANTS BY DIODE LASER • M. Larsson, P. Lundin, E. Krite Svanberg, J. Åkeson, K. Svanberg, S. Svanberg, S. Andersson-Engels, V. Fellman

ABS 45. CELLULAR AGING, MEASURED AS TELOMERE ATTRITION RATE, IS NOT ACCELERATED IN PRETERM INFANTS DURING THE FIRST 18 MONTHS OF LIFE • E. Henckel, Z. Haider, P. Kosma, C. Palme-Kilander, G. Roos, S. Degerman, K. Bohlin

ABS 46. INHALED NITRIC OXIDE DECREASES MORTALITY IN INFANTS LESS THAN 28 WEEKS GESTATION FOLLOWING PRETERM PRELABOUR RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES • S. Pal, G.J. Belteki, G. Vass, T. Ibrahim, P. Clarke, Z. Molnar, Y. Singh, A.E. Curley

ABS 47. PLASMA PRO-ENDOTHELIN-1 AND PRO-ATRIAL NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE AS EARLY BIOMARKERS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • R. Gerull, R. Neumann, M. Nelle, S. Schulzke, S. Wellmann

ABS 48. TIMELY IN-HOSPITAL VACCINATION OF VLBW INFANTS REDUCES THE RATE OF BRONCHITIS AFTER DISCHARGE OF VLBW INFANTS • G. Stichtenoth, C. Härtel, E. Herting, W. Göpel; German Neonatal Network (GNN)

ABS 49. A MURINE MODEL OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA – PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM WHOLE-GENOME mRNA EXPRESSION STUDY IN BLOOD • C. Revhaug, M. Zasada, A. Gro Rognlien, L. Baumbusch, A. Madetko-Talowska, P. Kwinta, M. Bik-Multanowski, J.J. Pietrzyk, O.D. Saugstad

ABS 50. TARGETED NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING FOR MUTATION DETECTION IN NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC DIFFUSE LUNG DISEASES • O. Danhaive, D. Peca, A. Angioni, R. Cutrera

ABS 51. GENETIC INACTIVATION OF Pdgfrα LEADS TO ALVEOLAR MYOFIBROBLAST APOPTOSIS, BLOCKS ALVEOGENESIS AND CAUSES BPD IN NEONATAL MICE • C.-Y. Yang, C. Li, P. Minoo

ABS 52. IMPACT OF WHOLE BODY COOLING ON RESPIRATORY OUTCOMES IN MECONIUM ASPIRATION SYNDROME: INTERNATIONAL MULTICENTRE RETROSPECTIVE STUDY • D. De Luca, D. Tingay, L. Perkins, A. van Kaam, A. Debray, C. Boussard, E. Valverde, S. Ares-Segura, MP. De Carolis, CC. Roehr, R. Jeenakeri, EM. de Albuquerque-Diniz, CE. Valdo-Carlomagno, W. Brunow de Carvalho, O. Danhaive

ABS 53. LUNG ULTRASOUND AS A PREDICTOR OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN NEONATES OLDER THAN 32 WEEKS • J. Rodríguez-Fanjul, C. Balcells, V. Aldecoa-Bilbao, J. Moreno, M. Iriondo

ABS 54. VOLUME GUARANTEE ON HIGH FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION IN PRETERM INFANTS: IS IT A NEW LUNG PROTECTIVE STRATEGY? • B. Iscan, N. Duman, F. Tuzun, A. Kumral, H. Ozkan

ABS 55. INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE RATES OF EXTUBATION SUCCESS IN PRETERM INFANTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE • K. Ferguson, C. Roberts, B. Manley, P. Davis

ABS 56. EXTUBATE: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF NASAL BIPHASIC POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE VS. NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE FOLLOWING EXTUBATION IN INFANTS LESS THAN 30 WEEKS’ GESTATION • S. Victor, S.A. Roberts, S.J. Mitchell on behalf of Extubate Trial Group

ABS 57. LUNG ULTRASOUND DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY FOR PNEUMOTHORAX IN THE SUDDENLY DECOMPENSATING NEONATE: AN INTERNATIONAL, PROSPECTIVE STUDY • F. Migliaro, X. Rodriguez Fanjul, N. Youssef, I. Corsini, S. Aversa, L. Grappone, F. Raimondi on behalf of the LUCI investigators

ABS 58. BRIEF ANTENATAL INHIBITION OF NOTCH SIGNALING ATTENUATES FETAL RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN PRETERM MICE • P.-N. Tsao, H.-C. Huang, S.-C. Wei

ABS 59. A FIRST-IN-HUMAN CLINICAL STUDY ON THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF A NEW SYNTHETIC SURFACTANT (CHF5633) IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME • D.G. Sweet, M. Turner, Z. Stranak, R. Plavka, P. Clarke, B. Stenson, D. Singer, R. Goelz, S. Gupta, S. Schmidtke, S. Harigopal, L. Fabbri, G. Varoli, C.P. Speer


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

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