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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017; Session "Neonatal Pulmonology, Neonatal Respiratory Support, Resuscitation"

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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017

58th ESPR Annual Meeting, 7th International Congress of UENPS, 3rd International Congress of EFCNI

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), European Society for Neonatology (ESN), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Luc Zimmermann (President of ESPR), Morten Breindahl (President of ESN), Manuel Sánchez Luna (President of UENPS), Silke Mader (Chairwoman of the Executive Board and Co-Founder of EFCNI)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Virgilio P. Carnielli (Congress President Chair), Pierre Gressens (Past Scientific President), Umberto Simeoni, Manon Benders, Neil Marlow, Ola D. Saugstad, Petra Hüppi, Agnes van den Hoogen

Session "Neonatal Pulmonology, Neonatal Respiratory Support, Resuscitation"

ABS 1. HOW SAFE IS NASAL CANNULAE OXYGEN THERAPY DURING NEONATAL TRANSPORT? • A. Brunton, J. O’Shea, A. Jackson

ABS 2. WEANING PREMATURE INFANTS FROM NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE – CURRENT PRACTICE IN GERMANY • A. Kidszun, C. Arnold, J. Winter, C. Whybra-Trümpler, E. Mildenberger

ABS 3. TIMING OF KEY EVENTS IN NEONATAL RE­SUSCITATION • A. Heathcote, J. Jones, P. Clarke

ABS 4. COMPARING NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION METHODS IN RESPIRATORY SUPPORT OF PRETERM NEONATES WITH RESPIRATORY DISEASES • A.S. Farhat, A. Mohammadzadeh, G.A. Mamuri, R. Saeidi, S. Noorizadeh

ABS 5. PREDICTORS AND OUTCOMES OF CONTINU­OUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE AND NA­SAL HIGH-FLOW TREATMENT FAILURE IN PRE­TERM INFANTS: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED TRIAL • B. Manley, C. Roberts, D. Frøisland, L. Doyle, P. Davis, L. Owen

ABS 6. NEONATAL NON-INVASIVE RESPIRATORY SUPPORT APPROACH: A TWO COUNTRIES COMPARISON • I. Bresesti, S. Zivanovic, G. Lista, C. Roehr

ABS 7. PREDICTORS OF EARLY CPAP FAILURE IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PRETERM INFANTS • W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, F.P. Martins-Celini, G.H. Seribeli, E. Sacramento, C. Calixto, M. Bertoldi, D.C. Aragon

ABS 8. CHARACTERIZATION OF PORACTANT ALFA AND BUDESONIDE EXTEMPORANEOUS COM­BINATION FOR SAFE AND EFFECTIVE INTRA­TRACHEAL ADMINISTRATION • F. Ricci, C. Catozzi, F. Ravanetti, F. D’Aló, N. Machidani, E. Sgarbi, V. Di Lallo, F. Saccani, M. Pertile, A. Cacchioli, P. Puccini, S. Catinella, G. Villetti, M. Civelli, F. Amadei, G. Aquino, F.F. Stellari, B. Pioselli, F. Salomone

ABS 9. LENGTH OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION AND CLINICAL FEATURES AT BIRTH IN PREMA­TURE INFANTS • A.M. Nakato, R.P.G.V.C. Silva, N. Rosario Filho

ABS 10. CONGENITAL LOBAR EMPHYSEMA MIS­DIAG­NOSED AS PNEUMOTHORAX • I. Bakalli, E. Kola, R. Lluka, E. Celaj, D. Sala, I. Gjeta, S. Sallabanda

ABS 11. SECRETORY PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 AND IN­FLAMMATION PROFILE IN PRETERM BABIES WITH RDS RECEIVING ONE OR MULTIPLE SURFACTANT DOSES • S. Shankar-Aguilera, C. Fitting, L. Vedovelli, V. Dell’Orto, V.P. Carnielli, L. Touqui, D. De Luca, M. Simonato

ABS 12. SURFACTANT ADMINISTRATION AND NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION IN SURFACTANT DEFICIENCY NEWBORN PIGLETS • C. Rey-Santano, V. Mielgo, M. Gomez-Solaetxe, F. Ricci, F. Bianco, F. Salomone, B. Loureiro, J. López-de-Heredia

ABS 13. THE EFFECT OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURFACTANT THERAPY ON DIAPHRAGMATIC ACTIVITY • C.G. de Waal, G.J. Hutten, F.H.C. de Jongh, A.H.L.C. van Kaam

ABS 14. RELIABILITY AND ACCURACY OF PULSE OXIMETRY TO DETERMINE SaO2 AND PaO2 IN PRETERM INFANTS • D. Wackernagel, M. Blennow, A. Hellström

ABS 15. CAN WE ASSESS THE SEVERITY OF NEONATAL RESPIRATORY DISTRESS BY ULTRASOUND? A COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS • F. Raimondi, F. Migliaro, L. Verdoliva, D. Gragnaniello, G. Poggi, C. Sansone, R. Kosova, L. Capasso

ABS 16. MATERNAL PREECLAMPSIA AND THE RISK OF RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN VLBW INFANTS • T.A. Yen, Y.H. Wen, H.I. Yang, W.S. Hsieh, H.C. Chou, C.Y. Chen, K.I. Tsou, P.N. Tsao

ABS 17. EFFECT OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE SUR­FACTANTS ON MORTALITY AND RESPIRA­TORY OUTCOMES IN PRETERM NEONATES WITH RDS: SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND META-ANALYSIS • L. De Martino, D. De Luca

ABS 18. A CLINICAL CASE OF A CHILD WITH CON­GENITAL CENTRAL HYPOVENTILATION SYN­DROME (CCHS) IN THE EARLY NEONATAL PERIOD • R. Maslarska, M. Kalaydzhieva, S. Deneva, V. Konstantinova, S. Kontilska, I. Ilieva, J. Ivanova, V. Ivanova, E. Kerinova, R. Georgieva, T. Todorov

ABS 19. HEALTHCARE BURDEN OF BRONCHO­PUL­MO­NARY DYSPLASIA AMONG EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS IN THE UNITED STATES • M. Mowitz, S. Sarda, A. Mangili, R. Ayyagari, W. Gao, J. Zhao

ABS 20. NCPAP PRESSURE AT INITIATION: IS HIGHER PRESSURE BETTER? • S. Bhisikar, S. Goel, S. Manerkar, J. Mondkar

ABS 21. TRANSPORT OF HIGH-RISK NEONATES WITH RESPIRATORY FAILURE: A SINGLE CENTER COHORT ANALYSIS BASED ON THE TRANSPORT RISK INDEX OF PHYSIOLOGIC STABILITY VERSION II (TRIPS-II) • M. Klemme, A. Staffler, K.M. Förster, A. Schulze, S. Herber-Jonat, J. Kappeler, A.W. Flemmer

ABS 22. RETROSPECTIVE AUDIT OF POSTNATAL OUTCOME OF ANTENATALLY DIAGNOSED RENAL PELVIS DILATATION • S. Vora, N. Kavalloor, T.L. Yap, P.C. Khoo, V. Rajadurai

ABS 23. CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IS NOT WELL TRANSMITTED DURING LESS INVASIVE SURFACTANT ADMINISTRATION: A PHYSIOLOGIC STUDY • G. Jourdain, M. De Tersant, V. Dell’Orto, G. Conti, D. De Luca

ABS 24. TGFβ SIGNALING IS CRITICAL FOR REGULATING A PROXIMAL DIFFERENTIATION PROGRAM AND LUNG BRANCHING MORPHOGENESIS THROUGH ACTIVATING NOTCH SIGNALING • P.N. Tsao, H.K. Chen, T.Y. Ling, W.V. Cardoso

ABS 25. CHANGES IN EXPRESSION OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE GROWTH FACTOR (CTGF) IN NEW­BORN RAT LUNGS AFTER VENTILATION • A. Remesal, E. Gutierrez, L. San Feliciano, M. Mateos, A. García-Sánchez, M. Isidoro-García, D. Ludeña

ABS 26. ANTENATAL GLUCOCORTICOIDS ATTENUATE CHANGES BY VENTILATION IN EXPRESSION OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE GROWTH FACTOR (CTGF) IN NEWBORN RAT LUNG • M. Mateos, E. Gutierrez, L. San Feliciano, A. Remesal, M. Isidoro-García, A. García-Sánchez, D. Ludeña

ABS 27. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SECRETORY PHOS­PHOLIPASE A2 PATHWAY AND SHORT TERM OUTCOMES IN PRETERM NEONATES WITH RDS • S. Shankar-Aguilera, C. Fitting, R. Raschetti, M. Sminato, V. Dell’Orto, L. Vedovili, V.P. Carnielli, L. Touqui, D. De Luca

ABS 28. THE EFFECT OF ANTENATAL STEROID ON DIFFERENT GESTATIONAL AGE OF VLBW INFANT – A POPULATION STUDY • Y.T. Chen, S.Y. Liu, H.I. Yang, C.Y. Chen, H.C. Chou, W.S. Hsieh, K.I. Tsou, P.N. Tsao

ABS 29. IDENTIFICATION OF A REGULATORY ALVEO­GENESIS GENE CLUSTER USING A NOVEL GENETIC APPROACH • F. Gao, C. Li, R. Ramanathan, P. Minoo

ABS 30. A COST IMPROVEMENT PROJECT: REVIEW OF THE USE OF INHALED NITRIC OXIDE (iNO) IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE • B. Zanetti, R. Roy

ABS 31. IMPROVED SURVIVAL AND DECREASED IN­CIDENCE OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYS­PLASIA IN INFANTS LESS THAN 27 WEEKS GESTATION AFTER A RESPIRATORY CARE BUNDLE • J. Soliz, A. Soliz

ABS 32. VOLUME-TARGETED VERSUS PRESSURE-LIMITED VENTILATION IN NEONATES – A COCHRANE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS UPDATED 2017 • C. Klingenberg, K.I. Wheeler, N. McCallion, C.J. Morley, P.G. Davis

ABS 33. OXYGEN SATURATION TARGETING USING AUTOMATED VERSUS MANUAL CONTROL OF INSPIRED OXYGEN IN PRETERM INFANTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS • S. Mitra, B. Singh, W. El-Naggar, D. McMillan

ABS 34. DROPS IN SATURATION AND HEART RATE IN HEALTHY NEWBORNS: MORE THAN WE THINK • S.J.A. Balink, R.C.J. de Jonge, T.G. Goos, R.H.T. van Beek

ABS 35. LUNG FUNCTION AND IgE RESPONSE ARE REDUCED IN 9 TO 10 YEARS OLD ASTHMATIC CHILDREN WITH PRETERM BIRTH • L.C. Fang, J.Y. Wang, S.D. Shyur, S.H. Chu, Y.H. Kao, W.T. Lei

ABS 36. TRANSFUSION-RELATED ACUTE LUNG IN­JURY IN PRETERM INFANTS IN THE NEO­NATAL INTENSIVE CARE • M. van Tuyl, L. Snoek, R.M. Wösten-van Asperen, A.H.L.C. van Kaam, W. Onland

ABS 37. PRETERM BIRTH REDUCES ATOPIC SEN­SITIZATION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH ALLERGIC DISEASE • J.Y. Wang, L.C. Fang

ABS 38. THE INCIDENCE OF RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY IN LATE PRETERM INFANT • G. Olariu, S. Olariu, M. Tunescu

ABS 39. HELPING BABIES BREATHE, SECOND EDI­TION: STRENGTHENING THE PROGRAM TO INCREASE GLOBAL NEWBORN SURVIVAL • B. Kamath-Rayne, M. Visick, W. Keenan, G. Little, N. Singhal, S. Niermeyer

ABS 40. EXPRESSION OF THE HYALURONAN RECEPTOR RHAMM IN BRONCHIOLAR EPITHELIUM OF NEONATES NEGATIVELY CORRELATES WITH AIR CONTENT IN THE LUNG • L. Markasz, G. Sedin, R.C. Savani, R. Sindelar

ABS 41. SUDDEN VERSUS PRESSURE WEAN FROM NASAL CPAP IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS: A MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL • C.F. Jensen, F. Ebbesen, A.S. Sørensen, T.B. Henriksen

ABS 42. BIPAP REDUCES EXTUBATION FAILURE IN THE FIRST WEEK COMPARED TO CPAP IN NEONATES < 30 WEEK OF GESTATIONAL AGE WITHOUT INCREASED RISK OF PNEUMO­THORAX • L. Capasso, A.C. Borrelli, M.A. Caiazzo, C. Parrella, R. Albachiara, F. Raimondi

ABS 43. RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CPAP FAILURE IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • D. Dobryanskyy, O. Borysiuk, L. Sekretar, S.Yaremchuk, S. Vereshchak, Z. Salabay

ABS 44. EFFECTS OF PASSIVE SMOKING ON LUNG FUNCTION TESTS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN BORN LATE-PRETERM • A. Günlemez, I. Er, C. Baydemir, A.E. Arısoy, A.S. Gökalp

ABS 45. THE EFFECT OF SUSTAINED LUNG INFLATION ON EARLY RESPIRATORY OUTCOMES IN TERM INFANTS • M. Cetinkaya, D. Kilic, S.Y. Semerci, B. Cebeci, O. Saglam

ABS 46. PCO2 LEVELS AND CLINICAL AND NEURO­DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES OF EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • U.H. Thome, J. Dreyhaupt, O. Genzel-Boroviczeny, B. Bohnhorst, M. Schmid, H. Fuchs, O. Rohde, S. Avenarius, H.G. Topf, A. Zimmermann, D. Faas, K. Timme, B. Kleinlein, H. Buxmann, W. Schenk, H. Segerer, N. Teig, F. Pulzer, R. Hentschel, M. Heckmann, R. Schlösser, J. Peters, R. Rossi, W. Rascher, R. Böttger, J. Seidenberg, G. Hansen, M. Zernickel, R. Muche, H.D. Hummler, for the PHELBI Study Group

ABS 47. AIR RETRIEVAL OF A NEWBORN BABY BORN WITH SEVERE CONGENITAL CARDIAC DEFECT • B. Carter, J. Tan, D. Wagh, J. Davis, R. Pal

ABS 48. COMPARISON OF NIPPV AND NCPAP FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF RDS BY USING INSURE APPROACH IN PRETERM INFANTS • S.A. Ozdemir, E.Y. Ergon, R. Çolak, M. Yıldız, F. Kulalı, K. Çelik, Ö. Olukman, Ş. Çalkavur

ABS 49. PERINATAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO THE FAILURE OF EARLY NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE PRESSURE IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • T.S. Souza, A.A.Vieira, C. Morcelli-Tovar

ABS 50. VENTFIRST: A MULTICENTER RCT OF AS­SISTED VENTILATION DURING DELAYED CORD CLAMPING FOR EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS • K. Fairchild, S. Niermeyer, J. Winter, C. Chisholm, J. Kattwinkel, on behalf of the Vent First Steering Committee (J. Fang, C. Colby – Mayo Clinic; J. Barry – University of Colorado; M. Al-Hosni, M. Strand – St. Louis University; T. Gorman, L. vanMarter – Brigham and Women’s Hospital; R. Schelonka, J. Warren – Oregon Health Sciences University; S. Thomas – University of Calgary; G. Schmolzer – University of Alberta; A. Camblos, S. Fowler, M. Haynes, G. Petroni, M. Thielen – University of Virginia)

ABS 51. IS THE DOUBLE LUNG POINT AN ACCU­RATE DIAGNOSTIC MARKER FOR TRANSIENT TACHYPNEA OF THE NEONATE? A PRO­SPECTIVE, INTERNATIONAL STUDY • F. Migliaro, N. Yousef, J. Rodriguez Fanjul, D. De Luca, I. Corsini, C. Dani, V. Di Guardo, M. Giampietri, L. Capasso, A. Sodano, F. Raimondi

ABS 52. BEDSIDE LUNG ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF NEONATAL RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN THE FIRST 24 HOURS OF LIFE • I. Corsini, N. Parri, E. Gozzini, C. Coviello, V. Leonardi, C. Poggi, M. Giacalone, T. Bianconi, L. Tofani, C. Dani

ABS 53. IMPACT OF THE USE OF HIGH POSITIVE END EXPIRATORY PRESSURE ON EXTUBATION OF PREMATURE INFANTS WITH SEVERE BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA • W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, F. Pereira Martins-Celini, C. Danieli Troiano, D.C. Aragon

ABS 54. THE USE OF DEXAMETHASONE IN PRETERM INFANTS FOR LUNG DISEASE IN A TERTIARY NICU • K.M. Sun, H. Gowda

ABS 55. CONSULTANT PRESENCE AT DELIVERY: A RETROSPECTIVE AUDIT OF DEMOGRAPHICS AND OUTCOMES IN A TERTIARY UK CENTRE • L. Mahoney, T. Hunt, H. Rabe, P. Amess, N. Aiton, N. Bhat, R. Bomont, N. Drenchev, C. Garland, C. Lawn, B. Reulecke, R. Watkins, R. Fernandez

ABS 56. THE COMPARISON OF HEATED HUMIDIFIED HIGH-FLOW NASAL CANNULA VERSUS NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE FOR RESPIRATORY SUPPORT IN NICU • K.Y. Chao, C.E. Chiang, Y.L. Chen, L.Y. Tsai, Y.H. Chien, S.C. Mu

ABS 57. COMPARISON BETWEEN OUTCOMES OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNIQUE AND IN­TUBATION SURFACTANT EXTUBATION IN PRE­TERM INFANTS LESS THAN 1,500 GRAMS IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY • W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, P. Paiva, L. Scalioni, E. Sacramento, C. Calixto, A.C. Hallak, D.C. Aragon

ABS 58. PREMATURE INFANTS WITH VERY LOW WEIGHT WITH APNEA HAVE POOR RESULTS DESPITE TREATMENT • A.B. Gonçalves, M.M. Lourenço, L. Scacioli, E. Sacramento, C. Calixto, D.C. Aragon, W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri

ABS 59. BOCHDALEK HERNIA WITH INTRATHORACIC KIDNEY ASSOCIATED WITH AORTIC COARC­TATION • B. Skenderi Mustafa, H. Ismaili, F. Kajtazi, G. Hazbahta, F. Krasniqi

ABS 60. INHALED NITRIC OXIDE IN CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA – RESULTS FROM THE EUROPEAN INHALED NITRIC OXIDE REGISTRY • R. Kettle, N.V. Subhedar

ABS 61. EARLY HIGH FREQUENCY VENTILATION – A PROMISE OF PROTECTIVE VENTILATION? • W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, M. Bertoldi, A.B. Gonçalves, E. Sacramento, C. Calixto, D.C. Aragon

ABS 62. INHALED NITRIC OXIDE AND PRETERMS: DOOM, GLOOM OR RIGHT? 11 YEARS’ EX­PERIENCE AT TERTIARY CENTRE • E. Syrimi, H. Warwick, P. Satodia, P. Nath

ABS 63. IS APGAR SCORE A PREDICTOR OF SEVERITY IN PRETERM INFANTS? • W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, P.P. Paiva, A.B. Gouvea, E. Sacramento, C. Calixto, D.C. Aragon

ABS 64. CURRENT PRACTICE OF NEURALLY AD­JUSTED VENTILATOR ASSIST IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: A TAIWAN SURVEY • C.E. Chiang, Y.L. Chen, L.Y. Tsai, Y.H. Chien, S.C. Mu, K.Y. Chao

ABS 65. LUNG ULTRASOUND FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF PULMONARY CONSOLIDATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA • I. Koltunov, M. Degtyareva, A. Mazaev, A. Gorbunov, A. Erokhina

ABS 66. NON-INVASIVE HIGH FREQUENCY OSCIL­LATORY VENTILATION IN PRETERM INFANTS: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED CROSSOVER TRIAL • D. Klotz, H. Schneider, S. Schumann, B. Mayer, H. Fuchs

ABS 67. THE EFFECT OF HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE WITH SPIRONOLACTONE TREATMENT ON BRON­CHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA DE­VEL­OPMENT IN VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT IN­FANTS • M. Buyuktiryaki, E. Alyamac Dizdar, N. Uras, N. Okur, O. Ertekin, S.S. Oguz

ABS 68. OUTCOMES OF POSTNATAL HYDRO­COR­TI­SONE THERAPY IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA: EX­PE­RI­ENCE IN A TERTIARY CENTER • M. Buyuktiryaki, E. Alyamac Dizdar, N. Okur, H. Bezirganoglu, F.N. Sari, N. Uras, F.E. Canpolat, S.S. Oguz

ABS 69. NONINVASIVE RESPIRATORY SUPPORT VIA NASAL CANNULA IN PREMATURE INFANTS: IS IT REALLY SAFE? • M. Buyuktiryaki, N. Okur, G. Kadioglu Simsek, H.G.Kanmaz, F.E. Canpolat

ABS 70. THE LARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAY AND ITS USE IN NEONATAL RESUSCITATION – A CRITICAL REVIEW OF WHERE WE ARE IN 2017 • S.C. Bansal, S. Caoci, D. Trevisanuto, C.C. Roehr, E.M. Dempsey

ABS 71. BRADYPREM STUDY: IS HEART RATE THE MOST VITAL OF ALL VITAL SIGNS DURING PRETERM RESUSCITATION? • V. Kapadia, J. Oei, O. Saugstad, Y. Rabi, N. Finer, I. Wright, W. Tarnow-Mordi, W. Rich, D. Rook, J. Smyth, K. Lui, S. Brown, M. Vento

ABS 72. PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF THE NICHD BPD CLASSIFICATION: A PROSPECTIVE OB­SERVATIONAL STUDY IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • J. Svedenkrans, B. Stoecklin, J.G. Jones, A.W. Gill, D. Doherty, J.J. Pillow

ABS 73. USING THE COMBINATION OF SURFACTANT AND BUDESONIDE IN THE PREVENTION OF CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH RDS • O. Sapun, E. Kleshchenko, O. Shishkina, T. Senyuk, N. Petrukhina, D. Kryuchko

ABS 74. NASAL TRAUMA IN PRETERM INFANTS RECEIVING BINASAL NON-INVASIVE RES­PIRATORY SUPPORT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW • D. Imbulana, B. Manley, P. Davis, L. Owen

ABS 75. EVALUATION OF EFFECT OF CAFFEINE ONSET TIME ON SURFACTANT SYNTHESIS OF PREMATURE INFANTS ≤ 30 WEEKS OF GESTATIONAL AGE WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS • N. Okur, M. Buyuktiryaki, H. Bezirganoglu, O. Ertekin, E.D. Alyamac, F.E. Canpolat, S.S. Oguz

ABS 76. OCTREOTIDE FOR CHYLOTHORAX? A SYS­TEMATIC APPROACH TO ANSWERING THE QUESTION • G. Zuanetti, G. Cavallaro, G. Raffaeli, M. Colnaghi, F. Ciralli, I. Amodeo, S. Gulden, E. Leva, L. Pugni, F. Mosca

ABS 77. PERINATAL INFLAMMATION AND INTRA­UTER­INE GROWTH RETARDATION ARE BOTH ASSOCIATED WITH LUNG FUNCTION IM­PAIRMENT AT 12 YEARS OF AGE IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • C. Hagman, L.J. Björklund, E. Tufvesson, I. Hansen Pupp

ABS 78. ALVEOLAR SURFACTANT COMPOSITION IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH RESPIRATORY DIS­TRESS SYNDROME BEFORE EXOGENOUS SURFACTANT ADMINISTRATION: EFFECT OF GESTATIONAL AGE AND INFLAMMATION • G. Verlato, M. Simonato, E. Bassi, M. Fantinato, A. Correani, I. Giretti, E. Baraldi, P. Cogo, V. Carnielli

ABS 79. BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL AND CEREBRAL OXYGENATION IN NEONATES IMMEDIATELY AFTER BIRTH • B. Urlesberger, Ch. Matterberger, N. Baik-Schneditz, B. Schwaberger, G.M. Schmölzer, L. Mileder, G. Pichler

ABS 80. EARLY PREDICTIVE FACTORS FOR INSURE FAILURE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRETERM INFANTS WITH NEONATAL RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME: A SYSTEMATIC RE­VIEW • B. De Bisschop, F. Derriks, F. Cools

ABS 81. OUTCOMES OF POSTNATAL DEXAMETHA­SONE USE IN EXTREME PRETERM NEO­NATES IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT • A. Holt, L. Osborne, P. Satodia

ABS 82. A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF NEEDLE ASPIRATION OR CHEST DRAIN INSERTION FOR PNEUMOTHORAX IN NEWBORNS (THE NORD TRIAL), ISRCTN65161530 • M. Murphy, C. Heiring, N. Doglioni, D. Trevisanuto, M. Blennow, K. Bohlin, G. Lista, I. Stucchi, C. O’Donnell

ABS 83. VALIDATION OF A TRANSCUTANEOUS TCPO2/TCPCO2 SENSOR WITH AN OPTICAL OXYGEN MEASUREMENT IN PRETERM NEONATES • W. van Weteringen, T.G. Goos, T. van Essen, N.H. Gangaram-Panday, R.C.J. de Jonge, I.K.M. Reiss

ABS 84. SUCCESSFUL VENTILATION VIA ACCIDENTAL OESOPHAGEAL INTUBATION IN A CASE OF FLOYD TYPE III/FARO TYPE B TRACHEAL AGENESIS IN A DISCORDANT MONOZYGOTIC TWIN • M. Noureldein, A. Olariu, J. Egyepong

ABS 85. PROTOCOLIZED WEANING IN MECHANICAL VENTILATION • B. Bol, H. van Zanten, J. Wielenga, A. vd Hoogen, P. Mansvelt, B. Blackwood, O.K. Helder

ABS 86. WHAT IS THE IDEAL TARGET PRETERM POPULATION THAT MIGHT BENEFIT FROM THE EXPENSIVE PALIVIZUMAB PROPHYLAXIS? • S. Tsilika, D. Batra

ABS 87. EVALUATION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN NEONATES • M. Matyas, M. Hășmășanu, D. Leucuta, L. Blaga, G. Zaharie

ABS 88. ACCURACY OF OBTAINING NEONATAL HEART RATE FROM A NOVEL HAT MOUNTED, GREEN WAVELENGTH OPTICAL DEVICE • C. Henry, L. Shipley, C. Ward, S. Mirahamdi, B. Hayes-Gill, J. Carpenter, D. McCartney, D. Sharkey

ABS 89. EFFECTS OF SURFACTANT REPLACEMENT THERAPY WITH PORCINE VS. BOVINE PREPA­RATIONS ON CEREBRAL OXYGENATION AND BIOELECTRIC ACTIVITY OF PRETERM IN­FANTS • T. Szczapa, L. Karpinski, H. Szczapa-Krenz, B. Witoslaw, A. Adamczak, J. Moczko, I. Miechowicz, P. Niedbalski, J. Gadzinowski, J. Mazela

ABS 90. INCIDENCE AND OUTCOME OF PNEUMO­THORACES IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL IN­TENSIVE CARE UNIT • R.C. Ramaswamy, M.K. Brom, S.V. Rasiah

ABS 91. CLINICAL IMPACT OF THE RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS INFECTION IN INFANTS WITH A HISTORY OF PREMATURITY BETWEEN 32-34 WEEKS • N. Ramos, C.M. Martín, G. Uclés, R.C. Raynero, I. Pérez, M. González-Valcárcel, M.D. Sánchez-Redondo, A. Pantoja, J. Cobas, A. Escobar, A. Martínez

ABS 92. VOLUME CONTROLLED OR VOLUME GUAR­ANTEE VENTILATION IN PRETERM IN­FANTS: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL • H. Chitty, W. Tin, D. Stocken, R. Agbeko, J. Vormoor, S. Sinha

ABS 93. LATE PRETERM INFANTS: WHAT IS THEIR REAL RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY? • A.M. Gil Fenoy, F.J. Pacheco Sánchez La Fuente, P. Miranda Romera, L. Serrano López, E. Martín Álvarez, J.A. Hurtado Suazo

ABS 94. REVIEW OF OUTCOMES IN PRETERM NEO­NATES FOLLOWING CHANGE OF VEN­TILATORY PRACTICE TO VOLUME-TARGETED VENTILATION IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • I. Fernando, H. McDermott, A. Singh, S. Rasiah

ABS 95. OXYGEN SATURATION TRENDS IN LATE PRETERM INFANTS • L.Z.J. Williams, D. McNamara, J.M. Alsweiler

ABS 96. INHALED NITRIC OXIDE IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN PRETERM INFANTS DIAGNOSED WITH PULMONARY HYPOPLASIA • K. Ellsworth, M. Ellsworth, L. Sangaralingham, R. Clark, G. Asay, C. Colby, W.A. Carey

ABS 97. NORMALISATION OF PULMONARY GAS EXCHANGE CAPACITY IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS FOLLOWING INITIAL HOSPITAL DISCHARGE DEFINED BY SHIFT OF THE SPO2-PIO2 CURVE • Y.J. Choi, B. Stoecklin, J.J. Pillow

ABS 98. SIMPLIFIED AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND NEONATAL NETWORK (ANZNN) SHIFT TEST ACCURATELY PREDICTS RIGHTWARD SHIFT OF THE SPO2-PIO2 CURVE IN AN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANT POPULATION • Y.J. Choi, B. Stoecklin, M.A. Hakeem, P. Woods, J.J. Pillow

ABS 99. CORRELATION BETWEEN BODY TEM­PERA­TURE AND CEREBRAL OXYGENATION IN NEONATES DURING TRANSITION AFTER BIRTH • L.P. Mileder, A. Richter, N. Baik-Schneditz, B. Schwaberger, C. Binder-Heschl, B. Urlesberger, G. Pichler

ABS 100. A NEONATAL RESUSCITATION ALGORITHM FOR MID-TO-LOW RESOURCE SETTINGS IN MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÈRES’ PROGRAMS • L. Umphrey, M. Blennow, M. Breindahl, A. Brown, O. Saugstad, M. ThioLluch, D. Trevisanuto, C. Roehr

ABS 101. NASAL HIGH-FLOW THERAPY AS PRIMARY RESPIRATORY SUPPORT FOR PRETERM INFANTS WITHOUT USE OF NASAL CON­TINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAYS PRESSURE • S. Zivanovic, A. Scrivens, R. Panza, P. Reynolds, K. Ives, N. Laforgia, C.C. Roehr

ABS 102. DIURETICS FOR EVOLVING CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE OF PREMATURITY: WHO ARE WE TREATING? • A.K. Linklater, R. Cuzzilla, S.E. Jacobs

ABS 103. NEO (NEONATAL ESOPHAGEAL OBSERVA­TION) TUBE – A FEEDING TUBE WITH MONITORING FUNCTION • P. Simmen, B. Jesacher, P.-A. Tran, L. Suter, A. Haeberlin, S.M. Schulzke, T. Niederhauser, K. Jost

ABS 104. CAN TcPCO2 MONITORIZATION IN THE DE­LIVERY ROOM BE HELPFUL FOR DIF­FER­ENTIATING TERM NEWBORNS IN NEED OF HOSPITALIZATION FOR RESPIRATORY MOR­BIDITIES? • I. Mungan Akin, E. Bocu, M. Uygun, S. Sevuk Ozumut, D. Buyukkayhan, S. Arslanoglu, F. Ovali

ABS 105. HIGH FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VEN­TI­LATION COMBINED WITH VOLUME GUAR­ANTEE USING VERY LOW TIDAL VOLUMES TO PREVENT LUNG DAMAGE IN IMMATURE NEWBORNS • N. González-Pacheco, A. Rodríguez-Sánchez de la Blanca, C. Ramos-Navarro, M. Velilla-Aparicio, I. Marsinyach-Ros, I. Pescador-Chamorro, M. Sánchez-Luna

ABS 106. MANAGEMENT OF PNEUMOTHORAX IN NEW­BORNS: A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT EXPERIENCE IN TUNISIA • K. Ben Ameur, T. Khemis, A. Ben Salem, H. Ben Hamida, F.Z. Chioukh, K. Monastiri

ABS 107. THE SAFE PROTOCOL: A SONOGRAPHIC AL­GORITHM FOR LIFE-THREATENING EMER­GENCIES IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • N. Yousef, S. Shankar-Aguilera, D. De Luca

ABS 108. MACROLIDE THERAPY AND INCREASED PA­TENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS TREATMENT IN UREAPLASMA-POSITIVE PREMATURE IN­FANTS • S. Kim, E. Jung, H. Kim, W.S. Song, J.H. Hwang, C.Y. Kim, B.S. Lee, E.A.-R. Kim, K.-S. Kim

ABS 109. MALIGNANT PERTUSSIS. IS IT TIME FOR EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION? • R. Roldán, M. Huescar, M.G. Espinosa, A. Morales, E. Salguero

ABS 110. DELAYED CORD CLAMPING DURING RE­SUSCITATION – A RANDOMIZED TRIAL • O. Andersson, A. KC, N. Rana, U. Ewald, M. Målqvist

ABS 111. PERI-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF NEO­NATES WITH ESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA IN LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES: EXPERIENCE OF TUNISIA • F.Z. Chioukh, K. Ben Ameur, T. Khemis, A. Ksia, A. Ben Salem, H. Ben Hamida, K. Monastiri

ABS 112. LESS INVASIVE SURFACTANT AD­MIN­IS­TRATION IN PRETERM INFANTS. REVIEW AFTER 4 YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION • C. Ramos-Navarro, S. Zeballos-Sarrato, N. Gonzalez-Pacheco, A. Rodriguez-De la Blanca, M. Arriaga-Redondo, S. Villar-Castro, I. Pescador-Chamorro, N. Navarro-Patiño

ABS 113. COMPARISON OF RSV HOSPITALISATION IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE WHO DO NOT QUALIFY FOR PALIVIZUMAB PROPHYLAXIS WITH THOSE WHO QUALIFY IN NOTTINGHAM, UK • S. Tsilika, D. Batra

ABS 114. AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN NEONATES: CONGENITAL PULMONARY LYMPHANGIECTASIA (TWO CASE REPORTS) • S. Nouri Merchaoui, N. Mahdhaoui, H. Ayache, M. Bellalah, I. Kacem, H. Barbouche, A. Ghith, M.T. Yacoubi, J. Methlouthi, H. Seboui

ABS 115. ETIOLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL COR­RELATIONS IN PERSISTENT PULMONARY HYPERTENSION OF THE NEWBORN • M.L. Ognean, R. Dumitra, O. Boantă, C. Zgârcea, E. Olariu, S. Kovacs

ABS 116. BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA – ARE THERE NEW RISK FACTORS IN VERY PRE­TERM INFANTS? • M.L. Ognean, O. Boantă, E. Olariu, S. Kovacs, C. Zgârcea, R. Dumitra, D. Andreicuţ

ABS 117. OUTCOMES OF PRETERM INFANTS LESS THAN 26 WEEKS GESTATION AT BIRTH WHO RECEIVED CHEST COMPRESSION OR ADRENALINE DURING RESUSCITATION AT BIRTH • H. Shing, H. Gowda

ABS 118. EVALUATION OF SURFACTANT DOSE AD­MINISTERED IN CLINICAL PRACTICE FOR THE TREATMENT OF RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME (RDS): RETROSPECTIVE OB­SERVATIONAL STUDY. SURPRAIS STUDY • H. Boix, D. Elorza, S. Rite, L. Arruza, C. Fernández, I. Serrano, I. Baquedano, A. Sanchez, E. Ferreira, V. Martinez, P. Fernandez, R. Gonzalez

ABS 119. LUNG ULTRASOUND TO ASSESS PERSISTENT PULMONARY HYPERTENSION OF THE NEW­BORN ETIOLOGY • B. del Rey Hurtado de Mendoza, J. Moreno Hernando, J. Sánchez-de-Toledo, J. Rodríguez-Fanjul

ABS 120. IMPROVEMENT OF FACE MASK VENTILATION TECHNIQUE USING A LIVE FEEDBACK SYSTEM • S. Bhayat, H. Gowda

ABS 121. NEURALLY ADJUSTED VENTILATION IN PATIENTS WITH CONGENITAL DIAPHRAG­MATIC HERNIA • A.M. Sanchez-Torres, H. Peinado, R. Madero, M.D. Elorza

ABS 122. NON-INVASIVE NEURALLY ADJUSTED VEN­TILATION IN THE NEWBORN • H. Peinado, H. Sánchez-Torres, R. Madero, M.D. Elorza

ABS 123. IMPACT OF PRETERM BIRTH ON RES­PIRA­TORY MUSCLE FUNCTION IN CHILDHOOD • S. Fouzas, A. Vervenioti, G. Dimitriou

ABS 124. THE NON-INVASIVE RESPIRATORY SUPPORT FAILURES IN PRETERM INFANTS. RISK FAC­TORS AND OUTCOMES • C. Ramos-Navarro, I. Marsinyach Ross, G. Zeballos-Sarrato, P. Chimenti-Camacho, A. Perez-Perez, R. Gregorio-Hernández, M. Sánchez-Luna

ABS 125. SELECTIVE LUNG VENTILATION: A THERA­PEUTIC STRATEGY FOR ACQUIRED LUNG COLLAPSE IN A TERM INFANT • H. Gowda, S. Bhayat

ABS 126. SUDDEN UNEXPECTED COLLAPSE OF NEWBORN INFANTS: INCIDENCE, RISK FACTORS AND ROLE OF PERINATAL TRANSITION • E. Herlenius, D. Forsberg, G. Drevin, N.J. Pejovic

ABS 127. INCIDENCE OF RESPIRATORY MORBIDITY IN LATE PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS IN RESPECT TO DELIVERY MODE • J. Gromann, T. Burkhardt, R. Arlettaz, S. Wellmann

ABS 128. PREVENTION OF HYPOCAPNIA WITH IN­HALATIVE CO2 IN NEONATES WITH HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY – THE HENRIC STUDY • E. Szakmar, K. Kovacs, U. Meder, Cs. Andorka, K. Kaila, M. Szabo, A. Jermendy

ABS 129. RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO SURVIVAL FREE BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA ACCORDING TO GESTATIONAL AGE • C. Ramos-Navarro, S. Zeballos-Sarrato, E. Sanz-Lopez, E. Maderuelo-Rodriguez, N. Gonzalez-Pacheco, M. Sánchez-Gómez de Orgaz, M. Sánchez-Luna

ABS 130. OUTCOME OF INFANTS BORN AFTER MID-TRIMESTER RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES • T. Hurley, J. Miletin, A. Martin, C. Fitzpatrick, J. Semberova

ABS 131. NEURALLY ADJUSTED MECHANICAL VEN­TILATION (MV-NAVA) IN THE NEWBORN • A.M. Sánchez Torres, H. Peinado, R. Madero, M.D. Elorza

ABS 132. CHYLOTHORAX: CASE SERIES OF 20 YEARS • M. Rosário, A. Reis e Melo, S. Pissarra, G. Rocha, H. Guimarães

ABS 133. NEONATAL CHYLOTHORAX: 20 YEARS EX­PERIENCE IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT • H. Sharp, C. Kortsalioudaki, M. Sellwood, G. Kendall

ABS 134. IN VITRO ANALYSES OF GASTRIC ASPIRATES FROM PRETERM NEONATES AFTER COR­TICOSTEROID THERAPY • V. Milov, D. Manoylov, A. Jordanova, A. Tsanova, V. Stoyanova, E. Stoimenova, D. Petrova, E. Hristova, Z. Lalchev

ABS 135. WHICH NASAL CPAP SYSTEM TO USE IN PRETERM NEWBORNS WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME • E. Jazexhiu-Postoli, E. Vevecka, E. Petrela, D. Bujari, E. Rapushi

ABS 136. PREDICTIVE AND RISK FACTORS FOR EARLY NON-INVASIVE RESPIRATORY SUPPORT FAIL­URE IN A COHORT OF PRETERM INFANTS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY • I. Bresesti, F. Viaroli, F. Castoldi, F. Scopesi, B. Roviglione, L. Ramenghi, F. Cerritelli, G. Lista

ABS 137. MEASURING OXYGEN DIFFUSION AT 36 WEEKS’ PMA IN PRETERM INFANTS: ANALYSIS OF THE SatO2/FIO2 RATIO AND ITS CORRELATION WITH EARLY RESPIRATORY PATTERNS OF DISEASE • S. Nobile, P. Marchionni, F. Porcarelli, A. Boria, V. Carnielli

ABS 138. RELIABILITY OF MANUALLY COLLECTED CARDIO-PULMONARY PARAMETERS IN PA­TIENTS’ CHARTS • P. Marchionni, L. Scalise, L. Antognoli, S. Nobile, E. Tomasini, V. Carnielli

ABS 139. ASSESSMENT OF CARDIO-RESPIRATORY RATES BY NON-INVASIVE MEASUREMENT METHODS IN HOSPITALIZED PRETERM NEONATES • L. Antognoli, P. Marchionni, L. Scalise, S. Nobile, E.P. Tomasini, V.P. Carnielli

ABS 140. RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME: GE­NETIC POLYMORPHISM OF GENES ENCODING SURFACTANT PROTEIN B AND XENOBIOTIC BIOTRANSFORMATION ENZYMES • G. Shishko, M. Artsiusheuskaya, A. Sukharava, E. Mikhalenka, K. Hamolko, I. Valentsiukevich, A. Kilchevski


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2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies; jENS 2017; Venice; 2017; Session “Neonatal Pulmonology, Neonatal Respiratory Support, Resuscitation”

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